In a blink, our turkey dinners will be consumed and all that’s Christmas will commence.  Are you ready?

If you’d like to give your Christmas decorating a DIY or homemade flair… NOW is the time to check out these charming Christmas crafts and get your glue gun warmed up!  

 

Reindeer Games FREE Christmas printable from Clean and Scentsible featured at AnExtraordinaryDay.net

 

  

I am always noticing printables.  There’s just something about a cute graphic to frame, use to make a gift tag, or include in my Christmas decor in a fun way.  This chalkboard style reindeer games Christmas printable from Jenn at Clean and Scentsible is fabulous and she shares some super cute ways to use it for Christmas decorating.

 

Charming rustic DIY wood wreath created by Pastels+Macarons and featured at AnExtraordinaryDay.net

 

If you’ve been following along here for any length of time, you know how much I LOVE bits of nature in my home decor.  And I like easy DIY projects.  So when I discovered this so easy and cute rustic wood Christmas wreath at Pastels and Macaroons I just had to share it with you.  I think it would be equally as fun with natural bark, or with painted bark.  Such a clever idea for those wanting a rustic Christmas look.

There are so many creative and charming Christmas craft ideas this week!  Grab your drink, kick back, relax, and check out all the features from this week’s Project Inspire{d}.   And don’t forget to pin this and your favorites, too.

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Get started NOW with your DIY Christmas. Make your Christmas Charming with these 12 clever Christmas craft ideas... 

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12 Charming Craft Ideas for a Handmade Christmas

 

DIY Felt Stamps by Nap-Time Creations

Pom Poms and Bows Crochet Garland by Flamingo Toes

Clothespin Santa Ornament by Virginia Sweet Pea

Merry Vintage Christmas Sign by Tried and True Blog

Crochet Plaid Slouchy Hat by Whistle and Ivy

Reindeer Games Christmas Printable by Clean and Scentsible

Santa Candy Sleigh by She Saved®

Giant Ombre Paper Cone Trees by Paula Biggs for Frog Prince Paperie

Soda Crate Hot Cocoa Bar by Bless’er House

Washi Tape Holiday Tags by White House Crafts

Christmas Wood Slice Art by I Should Be Mopping the Floor

DIY Rustic Wood Christmas Wreath by Pastels and Macarons

Scrabble Tile Coasters by Simply Darrling

 

More Christmas Crafting Ideas for you….

Birch Branch Winter Woodland Tablescapefrom AnExtraordinaryDay.net

DIY Birch Branch Winter Woodland Table

How to Make Folded Paperback Book Christmas Trees at AnExtraordinaryDay.net

How to Make Book Page Christmas Trees from a Paperback Book

Evergreen arrangement tutorial by AnExtraordinaryDay.net

How to Make a Fresh Evergreen Centerpiece for Christmas

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I’m loving all your Great Ideas!

 Thanks to everyone for linking up your crafty creations, innovative upcycles,
yummy food, renovations, home decor, and inspirational thoughts!

 

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Comments

  1. I have dreams…of crafting again. If I do, I like the twig wreath. Isn’t it grand in it’s simple ness?!! I had a branch break and ohhh I was so tempted to save branches but it was others cutting, stacking, loading and hauling off!!! But just thinking about it makes me feel happy. The other project I’ve followed since you first posted has a memory. I went to a one room schoolhouse and the older ones ( my brother and sister!) got to fold pages of Readers Digest magazines to make the tree. Then our teacher took them outside and spray painted them green. I thought it the grandest gift anyone could ever make!!!! I have lots of old Christian novels that I ordered when my youngest was 13. My mom and I read. So a book is no problem. But if I made one I’d be thinking back on our happy times in that small school on a plot of prairie.

    • Oh Gwen, those would be such pleasant memories to enjoy while you folded the pages. What a special teacher she was to have you make those trees. I wonder if she was your inspiration for becoming a teacher?
      Happy Thanksgiving!!

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