Whether you are making cards or decorating the house, Christmas is a great time for crafting. Nothing brings out the holiday cheer and brings people together like handmade crafts. Christmas crafts are also a great way to entertain kids and let their imaginations flourish with the holiday magic.
Top Christmas Craft 2010 #1: Tube Sock Snowman
Tube sock snowmen make for a great and easy craft that give your home a country feel. All you need are tube socks, some cotton, fabric scraps, and buttons. For complete directions check out Winter Craft: How to Make a Tube Sock Snowman.
Top Christmas Craft 2010 #2: Green Christmas Crafts
Green is more than just a festive color this Christmas season. Show Mother Earth that she deserves some presents as well by using holiday leftovers for new crafts. You can make anything from wrapping paper ornaments to fabric wrap ups. For eco-friendly Christmas crafts visit Disney’s Family Fun.
Top Christmas Craft 2010 #3: Paper Bag Reindeer
Paper Bag Reindeers are a great craft for little kids that add a whimsical touch to the holiday festivities. Kids can create Santa’s entire herd and even put on puppet shows with this adorable craft. For complete instructions visit Kaboose.com.
Top Christmas Craft 2010 #4: Handmade Christmas Cards
What’s Christmas without cards? Show someone just how much you care by making your own Christmas cards. Whether you prefer watercolors or construction paper, making your own Christmas cards is a fun way to get in the holiday spirit. For some Christmas card inspiration take a look through Artfire.
Top Christmas Craft 2010 #5: Chenille Snowman and Rudolph
Chenille stems provide for endless crafting opportunities with very little supplies. Check out Kaboose.com’s instructions for this minimalist and adorable Christmas characters.
Top Christmas Craft 2010 #6: Christmas Tree Skirt
Give your Christmas tree a personal touch this year by sewing your own tree skirt. Graphic prints are in this season and will give your tree a modern look no matter what size your fir may be. For a full tutorial visit Design*Sponge.
Top Christmas Craft 2010 #7: Pine Cone Crafts
Believe it or not, you can make a lot of things with conifers. Pine cones can be used to make anything from Christmas tree ornaments to angelic centerpieces. Visit All Free Crafts for a myriad of free pine cone craft how-to guides.
This Christmas season, spread some holiday cheer by partaking in some Christmas crafting. Make crafts with your kids as you watch Christmas Classics, or throw a neighborhood crafting party. You can even make crafts for local hospitals and homeless shelters. Crafting makes for endless Christmas possibilities.
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