Friday, December 22, 2017

Easy Christmas Craft with Free Printables

Easy Christmas Craft Ideas With Free Printables

During the holiday season, everything gets busy. With Christmas approaching, there are so many things over our heads. Decorating the house, picking up gifts, and preparing yummy food are all part of Christmas tradition, and it can also be pretty exhausting. That’s why it’s always good to have a trick or two up your sleeve.

Even if you are not an everyday crafter, using these free Christmas printables can make things much easier. They can be really useful for last minute gifts, or giving a final touch to your Christmas decoration. Here are some easy crafting ideas for this holiday season.

Create Joyful Ornaments

With Christmas just a few days away, you most likely already decorated your Christmas tree. But, there’s always a place for one more ornament, especially if it’s so easy to make. This craft can be a fun activity for both kids and adults. What will you need? A piece of cardboard, scissors, printed stickers, thread, and some glue. The process is simple - cut some cardboard shapes, print the stickers, and apply them to the cardboard using glue. You can also make this even easier by printing stickers on self-adhesive paper. After applying stickers on the cardboard, you can punch a hole, cut some ribbon, and hang those cute handmade ornaments on your Christmas tree.



Create Personalized Gifts

If you’ve run out of ideas and need a fast, yet creative solution for a present, wish jar might be just the right present. It’s budget-friendly and easy to make. What you’ll need? An old mason jar, cotton wool, little pieces of paper, Christmas labels and some creativity. The idea is simple. Use little pieces of paper to write down cute messages for your close ones. Wish them Merry Christmas, write down your favorite jokes or stories, congratulate them on their accomplishments - make it as personal as possible. Once you finish writing those messages, place some cotton wool in the jar, cover it with white or silver glitter, so it looks like snow and put pieces of paper in the jar. You can always add more sweetness to the present with some yummy candy. After you close the jar, print some stickers, and apply them to the jar.


Handmade Christmas Cards

What a better way to wish a happy holiday to your friends and family than making a customized Christmas card. You can personalize both the message, and the card itself. It’s time to let your creative juices flow. You can pick different shapes, materials, and colors. You can use buttons, ribbons, sprinkles, or whatever you can think of. Apply some Christmas stickers on the card and use it to write a personal note or your favorite quote. Christmas card is a simple present, yet it never goes out of fashion.



Download these joyful printables and give your Christmas preparation a final touch, and start enjoying the happiest holiday of them all!

22 comments:

  1. Printables like this make it so easy for non-crafty people like me to do something like this for the holidays! Thanks for sharing

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  2. I love these printables. I'm seeing them more often this year. They definitely make it a bit easier in the crafting department which is so nice this time of year.

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  3. Loooove printables, and I especially love when they really save me time! These are perfect for the hectic holiday season.

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  4. These would be time well spent, making crafts and decorating. I love the idea of using printables!

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  5. I love the idea of printables! My 3 year old would be the perfect helper for those projects. Great last minute gifts.

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  6. I use to make all my own Christmas cards and I haven't done that in years! Definitely something I want to do again one day!

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  7. It is nice to be crafty around the holidays. Your ideas are so much fun and give your holiday an original touch that store bought lacks.

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  8. Making your own decor for the Holidays is so much fun! That's one of the things that I enjoy as well. These craft ideas are great!

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  9. I love the homemade theme. I did that for the first time this year and it was really rewarding. I gave out little homemade candles to people. I think people can really appreciate when people put time into something for them.

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  10. These are so fun! I was thinking about setting up a kids craft table for my family party tomorrow, and some of these would be perfect to use!

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  11. The printables really can spice things up and make a simple gift look so thoughtful unique. Thanks for the idea.

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  12. I'm loving your printables! Printables just give the extra touch to any project.

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  13. Going to def save this to add to our decorating ideas for next year! I love this such a simple and cute idea!

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  14. These DIY’s are perfect. They make such great last minute gifts too!! I will be saving these on PInterest :)

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  15. I am wrapping gifts right now, and so need these tags! What a great printable!

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  16. So many great ideas. We are knee high in gifts to wrap tonight. I need to get some of these printables ready to use on our gifts. Thanks for the fun ideas. Have a great holiday weekend.

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  17. These are adorable! I'm hoping to make Christmas craft day a new Christmas Eve tradition. I'll have to keep these somewhere for the future!

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  18. The holidays are always such a great time for DIY. I just love homemade gifts and cards. There is something so beautiful and special about them.

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  19. These are such great ideas!! I love making gifts that are personal - unique to the receiver and perhaps even the giver.

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  20. Cute ideas! I wanted to do so much more holiday crafting than we got to this year! But we did manage to make a few fun personalized gifts.

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  21. I love personal gifts like this! They mean so much more and can mean so much more!

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  22. Triplet,how was your trip?!

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