I love Christmas crafts. It might be the excuse to play with glitter, but making bright, cheerful holiday decorations makes me happy. Here are four different tutorials I found for your own holiday crafting.
I love using pine cones as decorations. Adding screw eye hooks to them so you can hang them is just brilliant. You can find the whole tutorial at The Sweetest Occasion.
Odessa May Society has a short and simple tutorial to make these sweet little wreaths. These are not just for wrapping! I think they'd be awesome hung on the wall, as a base for a pillar candle, or at each place setting.
I want the whole cake, for sure. But the cake topper is lovely all on it's own. While the tutorial uses a silhouette printer, I don't think it'd be too difficult to cut out with a craft knife. Maybe if I make the topper, the cake and decorations will magically appear too! Tutorial courtesy of Sweet Tooth.
These trees are wonderful! I love that they're an easy project to do with kids, but I'm considering making them myself. I love watercolors. Project includes printable for the trees from Lessons Learnt Journal.
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