Home for the Holidays: Our Best Holiday Crafts + DIYs
Hi, friends! In our last roundup, we put together a list of crafts that you can make if you’re traveling this holiday season. Today, we’re focusing on holiday crafts that can be made at home leading up to Christmas. If you’re looking for an easy weeknight craft to make, hosting a craft night, or looking for a family-friendly DIY, there’s something on our list for you.This snowy, vintage-inspired house is one of our all-time favorite ornament DIYs. Can we live in there? Haha.
A festive wreath that requires minimal supplies—and one of them happens to be fresh cranberries.
These holiday vignettes would be a fun project to make if you have children. How pretty would rainbow colored trees be in these?
Make your own white and gold wreath or a disco ball wreath (so you can keep it up through New Year’s Eve).
Use geodes, crystals, or minerals to make a set of sparkling ornaments.
Personalize a set of plain stockings for the whole family using chipboard letters, yarn, and bells.
Make the prettiest gold garland using real leaves.
These glowing porcelain tree lights would be a perfect craft night project to make with friends.
Instead of buying colorful ornaments this year, make your own set using alcohol inks.
Gold mylar garland is sooo pretty on a mantel—and it’s simple to make. If you’re curious, here’s that epic marquee sign DIY.
Let it snow! Use our downloadable template to make this pillow. Bonus: no sewing required here.Make a set of yarn Christmas trees in any color. These are fun to make, too!
We have several no-sew tree skirt DIYs in our archives, and they are equally cute. This one also happens to be a really easy no-sew option. And extra sparkly. 🙂
Use a pom pom maker to whip together this incredible, fluffy stocking.
An adorable mommy + me craft for your fridge.
You can never have too much garland in your home. That’s our motto, anyway! Here are five ways to deck your halls, wall, and mirrors using garland this season.
We included all the templates you’ll need to make an oven-baked salt dough village. Such a special craft that you can keep year after year! You can even make salt dough ornaments the same day if you’re feeling ambitious. Happy crafting to you and yours! xo, The ABM Team.