Christmas is a very early day of remembrance for those who work and market handicrafts. Many people make a point of decorating the house next door, especially those who are meant to greet family and friends. In these cases, investing in decoration is a necessity, but we can spend less looking for solutions that reuse old materials.
That’s exactly what we discussed in this post. The possibilities of Christmas crafts are many, the most sought after are those that decorate the tree, since it is the main point of decoration. Then we have items on the wall like garlands and table decorations that pots, candles, ribbons etc. can use.
Christmas craft models and photos
We’ve rounded up the best testimonials of the different types of Christmas crafts with important tips and videos to teach you how to get started. Making your own craft can be easier than you think, read these details at the end of the post.
Decorative items for Christmas
Decorative items can be placed in different parts of a Christmas decoration. Here are some examples of these objects that you can do:
Image 1 – Decoration for the table with a disposable cup.
Figure 2 – Glass pots to alternate the candles of the table with colored tape.
Picture 3 – Embellishment made with painted picture frames in red color, green lace and hanging colorful Christmas balls.
Picture 4 – Christmas ornament with pieces of thin branches embedded in wine corks forming a tree.
Picture 5 – Christmas crafts with colored candles in the wooden base.
Image 6 – Christmas decoration for the front door with old CD.
Image 7 – Snow globe with tree in a glass pot.
Image 8 – Bottles decorated for the dining table.
Picture 9 – Embellishment for wall made of wood with format of fairy.
Picture 10 – Small snowman for decoration.
Image 11 – Christmas ball with red checked fabric and bows.
Picture 12 – Frame with reindeer hanging covered with glitter.
Image 13 – Glass vase with Christmas decoration and a small house.
Image 14 – A touch of feminine decoration: Christmas decoration banners with small colorful trees.
Ornaments and pendants for Christmas tree
The Christmas tree is undoubtedly one of the most important items in a Christmas decoration. This is where we will put the gifts to be distributed that evening. Choosing a base color for tree decorations is just as important as lighting. The hanging objects add the finishing touches, see some interesting ones below:
Picture 15 – Little Christmas elves with felt and buttons.
Picture 16 – Christmas handicraft with felt under the cork, forming little owls hanging on the tree.
Image 17 – Christmas ball decorated with glitter and gold ribbon.
Image 18 – Beautiful transparent Christmas balls with small leaves inside.
Image 19 – Small ornaments for the Christmas tree.
Picture 20 – Decoration with bears and deers.
Image 21 – Christmas wreaths with printed paper and photos.
Picture 22 – Craft with sequins in the ball of the tree.
Image 23 – Christmas balls in pompom style to hang on the tree.
Picture 24 – Christmas tree decorations sewn in felt.
Image 25 – Decoration with fabric snowflakes.
Image 26 – Using wings is another way of decorating Christmas balls.
Picture 27 – Pendant for a tree with a section from a magazine or newspaper glued in jute fabric.
Image 28 – A simple and creative decoration of wooden cubes of colored paint in a geometric format.
Image 29 – Penguins to hang up.
Picture 30 – Christmas decoration with toilet paper roll, painted with glitter.
Image 31 – Small tree printed with fabric to hang up in the Christmas decoration.
Image 32 – To keep the mood animated: use funny emojis to hang on the tree.
Image 33 – Light bulb decorated with a small tree and Christmas cord.
Image 34 – Snowflakes to hang up.
Picture 35 – Another idea: hanging candies for the guests.
Picture 36 – Large Christmas balls.
Picture 37 – Small triangles in tree format with popsicle sticks and colored balls for hanging in the decoration.
Christmas tree decorations
Picture 38 – Small trees made of plastic cones with spray paint.
Picture 39 – Paper trees with different prints: black, black and white and gold with dots.
Picture 40 – Small, simple Christmas tree made of pieces of newspaper attached to a toothpick with a bright star.
Picture 41 – Triangular wooden ships Christmas tree with decorative objects around it.
Picture 42 – Small Christmas tree-shaped pink gift with polka dots and small message.
Picture 43 – Decorative Christmas trees with layers of felt.
Image 44 – Minimalist decoration with a thin wooden triangle and Christmas balls in the middle.
Photo 45 – Black and white paper trees.
Picture 46 – Small white tree with colored balls.
Picture 47 – Small red Christmas paper trees with golden balls.
Picture 48 – Decorative Christmas tree with Tuli fabric in a plastic stick.
Picture 49 – Small tree with pieces of printed paper.
Picture 50 – Christmas trees with conical paper.
Picture 51 – Small decorative trees attached to a toothpick with a wooden base. In this case he used sheet music and magazines.
Picture 52 – Small trees with names made of crepe paper.
Figure 53 – Small green trees to decorate.
Image 54 – Light wooden Christmas tree with a yellow star and hanging colored polka dots.
Picture 55 – Wall decoration made of wood.
Picture 56 – Hanging tree with red and gold balls.
Picture 57 – Cone tree with the tips cut off.
Image 58 – How about a stylish Christmas wreath with crepe paper?
Picture 59 – Simple Christmas garland with preachers painted green.
Picture 60 – Christmas wreath with toilet paper rolls.
Picture 61 – Christmas wreath with sheet music and golden bow.
Picture 62 – Colorful garland with bright red tip.
Picture 63 – Colored garlands made of paper.
Image 64 – Simple ornate garland.
Picture 65 – Garland with branches.
Image 66 – Garland with transparent stars and a red ribbon.
Picture 67 – Christmas wreath with paper balls.
Image 68 – Wooden garland hung with photos and cards of preachers.
Picture 69 – Garland of leaves with leaves.
Image 70 – Garland cut out of leaves with colored felt.
Lighting, curtains and other items.
Picture 71 – Lamp with colored lights made of paper.
Image 72 – With sparkling snowflakes.
Picture 73 – Curtain with felt trees in different shades of green.
Image 74 – How about collecting pine cones and hanging them?
Photo 75 – Christmas lights with white flowers.
Picture 76 – Lights with colored plastic reused.
Image 77 – To hang balls and folds.
Image 78 – Trimmed shiny toilet paper rolls.
Image 79 – Simple colored paper curtain with pins.
Picture 80 – For decorating different colors of ribbons.
Picture 81 – Imitation of lights with colored paper.
Image 82 – Decoration with different colored fabrics.
Image 83 – Paper balls to hang up.
Figure 84 – Ties with a bell.
Figure 85 – Golden stars hanging on the wall.
Picture 86 – Colorful Christmas balls with glitter.
Picture 87 – Balls in colorful stripes are hanging with ribbons.
Picture 88 – Simple Christmas decoration with small folds.
Christmas crafts for the kitchen
Image 89 – Portafolio napkins stylized for the occasion.
Picture 90 – In the smallest detail.
Picture 91 – Chocolate glass with glued woven branches and colored ribbon.
Image 92 – A plastic packaging with a felt decoration.
Picture 93 – Decoration of the napkin in felt for the table.
Image 94 – Hanging stockings and decorating them with sequins
Image 95 – Light sock with stripes as a gift.
Image 96 – Colored socks for those who prefer a fun decoration.
Image 97 – Use a mural to hang Christmas items.
Image 98 – Simple picture frame in the shape of a triangle.
Image 99 – Paper trees to complete the gift wrapping.
Image 100 – reaprovide the roll of toilet paper to make a Christmas souvenir package.
Image 101 – Small cards with bows, garlands and other items.
Picture 102 – Make stylized cards with colorful lines to hang on the tree.
Picture 103 – Decorative Christmas items made of cardboard.
Image 104 – Christmas trade: bags made of felt.
Picture 105 – Stylized Christmas cards with paper trees collected and glued together to make a wooden toothpick.
How to make Christmas crafts step by step
Once you get inspiration from the references, it’s time to learn some techniques with hands-on examples. Below are some solutions you can apply:
1. How to make Christmas balls with sequins or sequins
How to make decorative balls for Christmas with styrofoam, satin ribbon, beads, pins, white glue and sequins or sequins. Check the video for every detail to make everything perfect:
2. 5 tips of DIY Christmas decorations
In this simple step by step you will learn how to make 5 different compositions in a single video, the first is a snowflake, you will need a baking sheet and a picture as a guide that you can download from the internet. Use the hot glue to make the drawing on the back of the baking dish.
In the second example, the video explains how to make Christmas bells with coffee capsules. The first step is to empty the capsules and leave them in the water with detergent to remove the oil. Once dry, they are attached to a piece of cardboard with masking tape so that the spray paint can be applied to the top and bottom. Now it is necessary to make holes in the bottom of the capsules in order to pass the line. The final detail is done with gold dots that get stuck with hot glue.
The third craft is a diamond-shaped ornament, for this you need to follow a printed model, ideally on cardboard or cardboard. Keep watching to see all the details and to make another simple crib and ornament with dry branch:
3. Christmas decorations: 5 DIY tips
In this step by step you will be shown practical tips for practical and inexpensive handicrafts. The first is a glass pot with a top and Christmas lights, the second is an addition made with a glass cup, Christmas balls and a golden bow. Then you will know how to decorate a tree with a cone. Keep watching the video to see all the ideas:
4. How to make a snowman and mini Christmas tree
In this video you will learn how to make a little snowman out of rolled wool. Then a belt buckle that can be used to decorate other decorative items. Then, step by step, we have Santa’s little bag with EVA in the boat. Keep watching to see all the tips:
5. Christmas tree with white spray
In this step, you will learn how to make a tree with a dry branch. First you need to properly fix the branch in a pot bottom, then apply the white spray paint to cover everything in white. The vase is then covered in a jute fabric that gives a rustic effect and then covers the tree with LED lighting. In the same video we can learn how to attach paper trees to a wooden toothpick. Keep watching to see all the details:
6. Christmas decorations with recycled items
Here are some practical examples that you can make with recycled items: Christmas balls, a snow globe with a Santa Claus doll, and other examples of practical and cheap crafts:
We hope these ideas have inspired you to make the next Christmas decorations.