Archive for the ‘Countdown to Christmas Crafts’ Category
Felt seems to be the “in” thing at the moment in crafting and I have seen such beautiful little animal characters made from it. It seems fitting that these can be adapted for Chiristmas tree hangings and festive ornaments.
This beautiful Christmas digital scrapbooking kit caught my attention and is brought to you by graphic designer and mom, Julia from Utah, United States. This free festive kit can be downloaded for personal use only.
Here are a few ideas for inexpensive stocking fillers, Secret Santa pressies or festive treats for the kids. You could even make lots for a children’s Christmas party!
For some last minute Christmas decorations which are really easy, try this one. If we think back to our childhood and primary school, I’m sure we all made a cut out garland at some stage. Decorate your doorways, mirrors or mantels with this shimmering snowman garland. Below is the snowman template which you can download
These look so delicious and are completely homemade. This recipe is from “Radmegan,” Megan O. Andersen. I think that these would make the perfect chocolate treat at Christmastime. Ingredients: 1 16-oz jar Peanut Butter, Smooth 1 2-lb bag high quality chocolate chips, milk or dark 1 1/2 cup powered sugar 2 tbsp butter, softened Cooking
These curious ornaments will make a purr-fect addition to your Christmas tree this season. Materials wooden craft spoons acrylic paint white card stock glue pipe cleaners seed beads fine point permanent marker green tissue paper red beads or glitter string To make each one, first coat a wooden craft spoon with acrylic paint. Paint a
Can you guess what this Christmas Bauble has been made from? This sparkly ornament is made from common pushpins! Materials Polystyrene Foam Balls (from art and craft outlets such as Lincraft, Spotlight, Riot Art and Craft) Clear Pushpins Hanger (tinsel, pipe cleaner, curling ribbon, red ribbon etc) Instructions Insert clear push pins in a circle
This countdown to Christmas craft is a very clever and creative use of plastic drink bottles. You will require some painting skills to be able to pull this off though – courtesy of Craftberry Bush Believe it or not, these cute penguins started of as…. ….these. Plastic drink bottles. Cut the bottles in half and
This little elf sits perfectly on a shelf. Make this paper craft to use as a Christmas decoration or give as a gift! Courtesy of Disney Family Fun. Click picture above to download the PDF File of Instructions