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Christmas Day Crafts

Christmas and crafting go together like cookies and milk. And we can’t think of a better way to spend the holidays than at home with our loved ones, glue guns in hand, glitter everywhere, and smiles all around. 

Take a peek at these fun holiday craft ideas we found! 

Sock Gnomes

Have you ever seen anything cuter? We’re loving these for all of the obvious (and adorable) reasons, but also because they’re easy to make, and you can swap out their hats for different seasons!  

See the tutorial here via It’s Always Autumn.

Rudolph Ornaments

It’s never too late to add more Christmas ornaments to the tree--or too early to jumpstart building your 2021 collection. All you need to make these Rudolph ornaments are round ornaments, craft foam, red pom poms, and a glue gun to pull it all together.  

Get the tutorial here via Studio DIY.

Wrapping Paper Trees

Don’t throw away those last few inches of wrapping paper! Turn them into charming wrapping paper trees that will look right at home on your mantle, nestled amongst your bottle brush trees. 

Get the tutorial here via A Girl and a Glue Gun.

Mini Winter Hat Garland

We can’t wait to make these little cuties! They’re clearly darling, but also completely customizable to go with your decor. Wouldn’t they look cute tied around your dinner napkins or on your front door wreath? 

Get the tutorial here via Left on Peninsula Road.

Tattoo Ornaments

We can’t all be Marthas, but we can all get in on all the crafting fun. This is one anyone can do. It requires the following steps: 1. Decoupage temporary tattoo on ornament. 2. Think back on how much fun it was to decoupage the temporary tattoo on the ornament. 

Get the tutorial here via The Crafted Life.

Glittery Pear

It wouldn’t be crafting without glitter, and we think this shimmering pear craft is an excellent reason to break out the sparkly stuff. In no time, these pears will be all dressed up and ready to party. You can hang them on your tree, gather them in a bowl, or use them on your holiday tabletop.

Get the tutorial here via A Pumpkin and a Princess.

Craving even more Christmas craft ideas? Find more here!