It could be the snow or the endless amounts of cheer that serve as inspiration. Regardless of what inspires you during the holidays, one thing’s for sure: you’re craftiest during these months and might want to try a few new projects.
Here are five winter crafts to get ready for the holidays that people of all ages can enjoy!
Designing a snow globe gives you the chance to draw your best holiday scenes to serve as background to a winter wonderland. Snow globes also make for fantastic gifts to bring festive cheer.
Stockings are the tried and true celebratory craft of Christmas and are lovely projects that require little material to create. If you enjoy sewing, you can use your leftover fabric panels to create a wonderous festive ornament to hang in your home or give as a holiday gift.
Winter Wonderland Frames
Picture frames are a wonderful gift to bring to a winter office party or create with young ones. A photo of your coworkers during a work outing or a warming family moment is a sweet touch to complete this seasonal craft.
Christmas Sled Ornaments
You can ring in the start of the holidays by making ornaments for your Christmas tree! You can achieve the Christmas sled look using a few popsicle sticks and glue.
A coat of craft paint and a few embellishments can add that festive flair, so your new ornaments are ready to decorate your tree.
Snow Ice Cream
Snow looks terrific, and it tastes fantastic as well! You can create “snow” using heavy cream, rock salt, and a bit of vanilla for a frosty treat after dinner for your young ones.
Customize your ice cream by adding a drizzle of chocolate syrup and a dash of sprinkles for a complete sundae you can’t deny.
The holidays are a time of giving, so why not spread a bit of wintry cheer to someone with one of these crafted gifts? These winter crafts get you ready for the holidays in a creative way and can work as a fantastic family activity during your festive get-togethers.