Here’s a cotton ball snowman craft with a difference because this one is completely 3D! Kids can make cute snowmen that actually stand up! This is such a fun Winter craft for the kids.
Ribbon and cardboard ornaments are a perfect way to add gorgeousness to your Christmas tree and home this Winter. They’re super simple and frugal to make and I think they look like traditional stitched wooden Christmas decorations you’d pay a small fortune for in the store.
Do you love nature crafts as much as I do? You’ll adore colourful Pom Pom Pinecones, no one could resist smiling at their bright colours! Use them as ornaments for your Christmas tree or as colourful mobiles for every season. There’s also a fun idea for using them in a pinecone maths game too!
If like me you love all things rustic, you’ll adore our little Christmas gnome craft. These cheeky gnomes are really easy to make with natural materials and are full of Olde Worlde charm and simplicity! Every Christmas tree should have its own cheeky gnome family to add a burst of cheeky colour and cheer!
These little Burlap Reindeer Ornaments are so adorable you’ll want a whole tree full! It’s a simple no-sew Christmas craft inspired by the lovely Nordic children’s book The Reindeer Wish.
These colourful pom pom popsicle stick stars will look amazing hanging on your Christmas tree or as a bright and cheery bedroom or nursery display all year round.
The nights are drawing in and Christmas is round the corner making it the perfect time of year to think STARS! These Yarn Wrapped Star Ornaments are super for building fine motor skills and look gorgeous hanging alone or in clusters. You can use your stars to make a bedroom mobile, as colourful Christmas ornaments for the tree or as a craft to go along with a Space themed learning project.
Do you love the idea of a homemade Christmas but don’t think you have the time or the skills? You can transform your dining table with these lovely no-sew homemade Rustic Table Decorations in just 5 minutes!