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Top 20 holiday crafts from Pinterest

Dearest Pinterest, what would we do without you? We love searching Pinterest for fun holiday crafts like these — almost as much as we love the actual crafts!


Monogram wreath


Glitter jars

These glitter jars are classy and gorgeous! You only need a few craft-store materials to create these on your own.

Light Up the Night glitter jars

Photo credit: A.C. Moore

Rustic potted Christmas tree

We love this simple potted Christmas tree that you can display anywhere in your home during the holiday season.

Birch branch Christmas tree

Photo credit: Rustic Crafts

Melted Peppermint ornaments

Using peppermint candies, make your own darling mitten ornaments to hang on your tree!

Melted pepperming ornaments

Photo credit: Sugartown Sweets

Felt ball wreath

Who doesn’t love a cute and crafty wreath to hang on their door during the holidays? This felt ball tutorial is so easy that even a novice crafter can do it.

Felt ball holiday wreath

Photo credit: Ornamentea

Holiday sign

This modern-style sign reveals a sweet sentiment from the movie Elf, but you can make your own with any sentence, phrase or series of holiday-themed words using this tutorial.

Holiday sign

Photo credit: Artsy-Fartsy Mama

Paper Christmas-tree Advent calendar

Using just construction paper, markers or crayons and stickers and jewels, kids can create the trees for their own Advent-calendar forest.

Christmas tree advent calendar

Photo credit: IKatBag

Coffee-filter Christmas trees

The kids will love creating these coffee-filter Christmas trees and then decorating them with “ornaments.”

Cofee filter Christmas tree craft

Photo credit: Happy Hooligans

Recycled wine-bottle centerpiece

Need another excuse to open a bottle of wine? Once you’re finished with it, you can repurpose it for this fun holiday centerpiece. Cheers!

Recycled wine bottle centerpiece

Photo credit: Bubblews

Ribbon Christmas tree

Ever wonder what to do with those scraps of holiday ribbon that are too short to use for gifting? Why not let the kids create this cute ribbon Christmas tree?

Ribbon Christmas tree craft

Photo credit: Fantastic Fun and Learning

Snowflake vase

Christmas decorations don’t all have to be red and green! Have a blue Christmas with this classy blue, turquoise and white snowflake vase.

Blue and turquoise snowflake vase

Photo credit: Plaid

Cookie-cutter wreath

No one will guess how easy this cookie-cutter wreath is to make!

Cookie cutter Christmas wreath

Photo credit: Michel Arnaud/Good Housekeeping

Christmas-tree-lights cake toppers

Make your own cupcake toppers or cake decorations using almond M&M’s and halved Mike and Ikes.

Christmas cake toppers

Photo credit: Hungry Happenings

Wooden snowmen

Display this darling snowman family inside or outside your home all season long.

Wooden snowman family

Photo credit: Lovely Little Snippets

Ribbon Christmas wreath

Make a holiday wreath using just ribbon and a wire ring. Voilà!

DIY ribbon wreath

Photo credit: Just Imagine

Bead candy canes

Instead of hanging real candy canes from your tree, let the kids make these simple ones from pipe cleaners and beads.

Bead candy cane craft

Photo credit: DIYTrendy

Paper angel

Make this beautiful angel and other crafts using little more than paper!

Paper angel craft

Photo credit: Family Holiday

Glitter reindeer

We love, love, love this totally hip DIY holiday art.

Glitter reindeer painting

Photo credit: i heart nap time

Wire Christmas trees

How cute are these twine-wrapped wire Christmas trees from Landeelu?

Wire Christmas trees

Photo credit: i heart nap time

Crocheted Christmas trees

These darling crocheted Christmas trees are great for decorating and gifting.

Crocheted trees

Photo credit: Mohu

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