15 Easy Christmas Crafts You Can Make #FestiveFamily #holiday #craft

Around our house, Christmas is a time for crafting. I’ve had my fair share of craft fails so I thought I’d share 15 easy Christmas crafts that are really and truly doable. I’ve made several of the ones on this list and plan to do a few more this year. All of these projects are frugal and can be done while you watch a favorite Christmas movie. Pick a project, turn on Elf, and get to crafting. Don’t forget to check out the other Creative Christmas posts from the Festive Family bloggers at the bottom of this post, and enter our HUGE Holiday Gift Guide Giveaway.

Mason Jar Luminaries from My Turn For Us might be the easiest Christmas craft ever, but look magical when they are lit.

DIY Nativity Ornaments from Sew Make Cake are gorgeous and look really easy, especially if you have a cutting machine. I just ordered a Silhouette Portrait (Merry Christmas to me!) so I’m on the lookout for easy projects to make using it when it arrives.

Christmas Holly Monogram from Ribbons and Glue would look super cute on your front door or mantle.

These Scrap Ribbon Tree Ornaments from Fireflies and Mudpies are super easy and can be customized to fit your decor.

These Cinnamon Stick Stars from Muslin and Merlot just require a few materials and will make your house smell delicious.

I love this DIY Snow Globe Christmas Ornament from Practically Functional and you could easily add your own unique touch.

I made a similar version to these Glitter Glass Ornaments from Mom 4 Real a few years ago with my MOPS group, and they are super easy and beautiful. Use the shatterproof plastic ornaments if you have kids around.

If you love the rustic glam look (and I do) try these DIY Gold Brushed Pine Cones from The Thinking Closet.

This DIY Pine Cone Wreath from the Do It Yourself Divas is practically free to make and looks awesome.

Waterless Snow Globes from Organize and Decorate Everything would look great displayed on a mantle or as a centerpiece.

DIY Pottery Barn Inspired Ornament Garland  & DIY Easy Ornament Wreath from The Happier Homemaker

I made theses Handmade Felt Stockings for Jed and I a few years ago, and they are still in great shape. They were inspired by a set from The Land of Nod and are totally doable.

Get ready for holiday photos with my Easy DIY 20 Minute Christmas Tutu for Little Girls . Bonus – a tutu makes a great gift and addition to the dress up box year round.

Make this Clothespin Wreath Christmas Card Holder from Gwenny Penny to get all of your merry mail organized and on display.

What holiday crafts are you planning this year?

Follow Becca Eby ~ Bare Feet on the Dashboard’s board Festive Family Holiday on Pinterest.

Creative Christmas Posts from the Festive Family Bloggers

Christmas Art Projects for Kids from Hand Made Kids Art

Seven Simple Lego Gifts Your Kids Can Make from Lemon Lime Adventures

Simple Things to Put in Clear Plastic Ornaments from P is for Preschooler

Paper Winter Village from Planet Smarty Pants

Christmas Countdown with Wooden Blocks from Adventure in a Box

Pinecone Angels from Peace But Not Quiet

Fine Motor Christmas Crafts, Activities, & Games for Kids from Still Playing School

Healthy Holiday Baking from Gypsy Road School

Bottle Cap Christmas Craft from Sugar Aunts

Five Things Kids Can Make from Old Christmas Cards from The Chaos and the Clutter

Creative Christmas from In the Playroom

Creative Christmas Pinterest Boards from Are We There Yet?

Transitioning to a MAKE-YOUR-OWN Christmas Tradition from Multicultural Kid Blogs

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