Hello all and happy weekend to you. I was looking through the links from the Holiday Craft Link Party and there were so many lovely ideas, I just had to share these inspiring projects.
Stitch retro fabric Christmas light ornaments with Our Family Four.
Make a wall merry like this charming display of a tree farm sign wall by Creek Line House.
This oversized JOY sign welcomes guests for the season, project by Love of Family and Home.
How festive is this bow wreath by Design Improvised?
Taryn at Design, Dining, and Diapers painted these lovely Christmas towels.
Turn a picture frame into a boxwood wreath with tips by House by Hoff.
An old light fixture becomes a pretty holiday cloche at B and B Build a Life.
Here’s a great Anthro knockoff, a tufted wool wreath by It’s Overflowing.
I love these unique paper drums by Shabby Sweet Cottage.
Craft sparkling glittered pinecones with an easy technique by Making Lemonade.
Wood shims are the base for this festive Christmas star by Ode to My Abode.
Craft a pretty paper snowflake wreath like this one with One Kreiger Chick.
Kristin at the Hunted Interior made fur trimmed stockings from leftover fabric scraps.
Turn plastic toys into paper animal ornaments with Pleasure in Simple Things.
A pretty glitter nativity adds sparkle to the mantel at Hymns and Verses.
Make stenciled gift wrap with tips from Yummy Mummy Club.
Craft simple birch paper candle holders with inexpensive supplies, tutorial at Homespun With Love.
Sweet paper bags and stamped numbers combine for a simple advent calendar by Feeling Lovesome.
These beautiful snowflake cookies look almost too pretty to eat! Almost. Recipe and decorating tips at Worth Pinning.
Scrabble tiles make clever seasonal word ornaments with a simple tutorial by Dimples and Tangles.
A scroll saw and tips from Grandpa helped Jessica make a cutout reindeer at Four Generations One Roof.
Speaking of reindeer, recreate the whole group with hand and foot shapes like this reindeer art wall by Marisa Howard Designs.
I love the simplicity of these burlap stamped ornaments by Bliss Bloom blog.
Vintage ornaments + an old screen door = a fun ornament tree focal point at The Ivy Cottage.
Make a peppermint striped yarn monogram with Texas Life Blog.
I love the color in Cassie’s glittery snowflake wreath!
Clay makes the loveliest gift tags like these versions by La Maison Jolie.
Make frosted twig trees for a snowy vignette with a how-to over at Brightly Inspired.
Craft glitter crown napkin holders for your holiday table with Elegant Nest.
Attach your holiday cards to a snowy wreath like Donna’s from Funky Junk Interiors.
And 650+ more holiday craft projects are right here to inspire you for this year or next! Thanks so much to everyone who participated, it’s a lot of fun to see what everyone creates each year!