‘Tis the season to be jolly…and crafty! This is my favorite time of year and as we get closer to the big day I get so excited about decorating my home with loads of festive crafts. And the best part is I can share all these magic moments with my children.
View Tutorial DIY Sock Snowman
Learn how to make a these awesome Christmas candy wrappers…the tutorial is for a snowman but you can amend it as you like!
View Tutorial Christmas Candy Wrappers
Learn how to paint a winter Christmas tree in just a few minutes…!
View Tutorial Christmas Tree Paint Tutorial
Learn how to make these adorable Christmas trees using just a few cheap supplies!
View Tutorial Christmas Tree Popsicle Crafts
Reuse baby food jars to make these adorable snow globes. You’ll also need distilled water and glycerin which can be purchased from any craft store.
Tutorial DIY Colorful Snow Globes
With two styrofoam balls and an old sock – you can make this sweet snowman buddy. Position the balls in the sock to form the snowman and tie off at the neck with a red ribbon for the scarf.
Tutorial DIY Snowmen Ornaments
Upcycle an old jar to make this cute gift idea. Glue a mini tree to the lid of the jar and add distilled water and glitter to the jar.
Tutorial Mason Jar Snow Globe
Fed up with all the coca cola cans lying round your house ? Turn them into trucks with this clever idea.
Tutorial Coca Cola Truck with DC Motor
Turn cardboard into a fun soccer game with items you already have in your home. Even the goal post is made with sticks and a popsicle stick frame.
Tutorial DIY Desktop Soccer Game from Cardboard
A craft and a toy have never been cheaper to make by upcycling plastic bottles. Follow the instructions in the tutorial to get this project off the ground.
Tutorial DIY Plastic Bottle Helicopter
Learn how to make a robotic arm with 5 fingers with this awesome tutorial. It also comes in handy as a grabbing device for times when you’re feeling a bit lazy!
Tutorial How to Make a Robotic Arm at Home out of Cardboard
You’ll need square ornaments, glitter adhesive, different colored glitters and some electrical tape to make these adorable decorations.
Tutorial DIY Minecraft Glitter Ornaments
Bring the charm of Disney to your tree with this easy to make Mini mouse ornament. You’ll need one red bauble and two smaller ones. Glue the two mini baubles onto the bigger one to form the ears.
Tutorial Mini Mouse Christmas Ornament
Give a Christmas makeover to a dolls house with these mini decorations. The mini fireplace is made from a 450g Tide cardboard box, while the mini Christmas stockings are constructed out of cotton pads and watercolor.
Tutorial DIY Mini Christmas Decorations
Don’t bother making a snowman out in the cold when you can make this fun indoor snowman with just two ingredients that you probably have in the house including, baking soda and white hair conditioner.
Tutorial Mini Snowman from Fake Snow
Record their handprints forever on these adorable snowmen baubles. Begin by painting your child’s hand with white paint and allow him to grab the bauble.
Tutorial Snowman Ornaments
For a super easy and super cute ornament purchase some clear baubles and fill them with cotton or cushion filling and paint little faces to make adorable snowmen to hang on the tree.
Tutorial Easy Snowman Ornament
This will look adorable on your door. Simply cut a paper plate into 3 equal wedges and paint green. Glue each wedge to form the tree and embellish accordingly to recreate this one.
Tutorial Christmas Tree Paper Plate
Transform your fridge into frosty the snowman by cutting out cardboard circles in different sizes for the eyes and buttons and then paint them black.
Tutorial Snowman Fridge Hack
Kids will have great fun crafting this winter village from cardboard tubes which are then painted in bright colors to spark the imagination.
Tutorial DIY Christmas Village
Pinecones are essential for winter crafts as they are so reminiscient of everything festive. Gather as many as you can and paint them green.
Tutorial DIY Pine Cone Trees
With some wire, beads that fit on the wire, and some card stock you can make these bejeweled ornaments to be treasured forever.
Tutorial Homemade Beaded Christmas Tree Ornaments
There’s no end to the amount of things you can make with paper rolls – and this santa is perfect for winter crafting. In addition to the card board tubes you’ll also need googly eyes and a mini red cup to make this festive fellow.
Tutorial Paper Roll Plastic Cup Santas
Make these fun snowmen by filling a white sock with rice and decorating with another more colorful sock tha is cut in half to make the jacket and hat.
Tutorial Sock Snowmen
To make these fun TMNT ornaments you’ll need green baubles or you can paint plain ones green. Cut out the relevant color masks in paper and add googly eyes.
Tutorial Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Baubles
These make great little favors to hand out at parties. MAke the tree from green felt and a mini candy cane is woven into it to form the trunk.
Tutorial Candy Cane Christmas Trees
Paint a paper roll white and embellish with buttons and googly eyes to make these cute snowmen.
Tutorial How to Craft a Toilet Paper Roll Snowman
Make the cute snowman from Frozen, Olaf with socks, cushion filling, googly eyes and black and orange felt for the eyes and nose.
Tutorial Olaf Sock Snowman Tutorial
To make this Santa in a chimney, you’ll first cut out some red card stock to fit around the cradboard tube. Draw in brick lines with a black marker and stick this to your tube using glue.
Tutorial Santa Going Down a Toilet Paper Roll Chimney
You’ll need instant hot chocolate mix, mini marshmallows, mini chocolate chips and a clear plastic fillable ornament to recreate this idea.
Tutorial Hot Cocoa Mix Ornaments
Crafted from empty toilet paper rolls these typical Christmas characters made with paint, fabirc for hats and markers to draw in the eyes. See how creative you can get with it.
Tutorial Recycled Toilet Paper Roll Craft
Transform popsicle sticks into this snowman ornament by gluing 5 popsicle sticks in a row onto some card. One popsicle stick is glued across to form the snowman’s hat – which is then painted black.
Tutorial Wood Snowman Ornaments
Capture their imaginations by making this fun fairy lantern from a mason jar, fairy cutouts, white acrylic paint and a battery operated tea light. Begin by applying white acrylic paint to the inside of your jar with a sponge.
Tutorial DIY Fairy Lanterns