Christmas is creeping up on us again so it is time to start thinking about this year’s decorating.
Do you need new ornaments for your tree? Or maybe some new table runners for the table?
With this in mind, I’ve gathered the best of my Christmas projects from the past few years here in one big collection. You can click on any picture or title to go and read more about that particular item. Many of the items have tutorials as well so you can inspired and start creating immediately!
This is my all-time favourite Christmas craft and every year I think I must make some more in other colours – maybe silver and blue?
These little cuties are easy to make and so sweet as table decorations.
The Yoyo Christmas Tree requires a little basic sewing but I have created a template for the circles in various sizes to make the cutting quicker.
I remembered making these as a kid so I had to try again with my own children.
These Johanna Basford printables became easy ornaments with a little colouring and cutting.
These are super quick and easy to make – great for gift tags!
With beads instead of buttons, these paperclip angels are pretty decorations to make.
A simple heart bead turns into a pretty angel ornament with just a few minutes work.
This angel ornament uses wire-edged ribbon to create a simple shape.
Any paper plate can become an angel with this template and some scissors.
Create this gorgeous star with beads and special wire frames.
This simple star is a quick project to crochet.
These look so pretty but are super simple to create.
Sew these simple gift bags – perfect size for CDs but great for other gifts too.
These tiny wreaths are all about the beads you use – great for gift tags too.
Bring on the Christmas drinks with these felt coasters to put them on.
Get super organised every Christmas with this planner.
These coasters will look great in any fabric – including your favourite Christmas fabric.
Two different types of gift tags using punches, ink and pens. (Click each picture to find the tutorials)
Quick coasters made with two squares of fabric and some iron-on pellon to create a little bulk.
Simple triangles make this Christmas quilt super quick to put together.
A simple apron panel makes a great gift idea or something fun to wear as you bake Christmas dinner!
A simple girl’s skirt made from two Christmas fabrics is perfect for the seasonal parties!