Maybe you don’t have enough on your plate right now. Or, maybe you’re just trying to keep yourself from shaking all of the wrapped presents under your Christmas tree. Whatever the reason, we’re here to help you stay busy until it’s time to give and get your gifts.
Keep your home looking jolly until the big day with these last-minute Christmas crafts, brought to you by some very merry craft bloggers.
Pine Cone Christmas Trees via ScissorsAndSpoons
Bring some Noel to a side table or counter top by creating an adorable display of pine cone trees. It’s a simple craft that can be done in an afternoon, and it’s a great thing to do with kids, too.
Pompom Trimmed Stocking Tutorial via JustTheBeesKnees
There are no stocking stuffers if there are no stockings. And no stocking stuffers just sounds like a travesty. By making one of these pompom trimmed stockings for everyone in your family, you’ll ensure that they all receives plenty of stuffers.
Christmas Countdown Sign via TheDIYDreamer
Can’t remember how many days are left before Santa shows up? Well, if you whip up one of these Christmas countdown marquee signs, you won’t have that problem anymore, my friend.
Printable Geometric Ornaments via MinieCo
Every tree needs ornaments, and every Christmas-loving DIYer needs something to keep their hands busy with until it’s time to unwrap presents. These geometric paper ornaments should keep you occupied until the big day. . . or, at least, for a little while.
Christmas Township Candle Jar via ShabbyArtBoutique
Christmas is just about the one time of the year when it’s okay to spread the whimsy on thick. Embrace the fanciful in the days leading up to Christmas with these DIY Christmas township candle jars.
Popsicle Stick Snowflakes via MakingHomeBase
Snowflakes are just gorgeous–wouldn’t you love to use them for Christmas decorations? Well, you can’t. Obviously, it’s impossible to hang thin, tiny pieces of ice on the wall. But, hey, these Popsicle stick snowflakes won’t melt, and they’re definitely pretty enough to have all over the house.
Glass Ornament Redo via CountryLiving
Snow globes are always a hit, so it’s easy to see why these ornaments are so captivating. Just grab a set of clear glass baubles and get crafting.
Twig Starburst Wreath via ThePaintedHive
This starburst wreath has ditched the traditional greenery in favor of strategically placed sticks. It’s super easy to make, and it looks stellar.
Mistletoe Kissing Ball via LiaGriffith
If, for whatever reason, you can’t get your hands on some real live mistletoe, or if you’re like us and you just love the way this faux mistletoe kissing ball looks, then you should totally make one.
DIY Holiday Mugs via LilyAndVal
Your coffee will taste extra special on Christmas morning when you sip it from a mug you decorated yourself. These festive DIY mugs would make a great Christmas present for friends or family as well.
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What DIY Christmas decor do you still need to make?