I'd be crazy if I said we were going to do ALL these crafts this holiday season! They are all so inspiring and festive though, I know whichever ones we do end up making are going to give us so much satisfaction. We do have a fun plan for early December where we are going to need a few of these crafts to pull it off. Can't wait to show you what that is!
There's nothing I love better than crafting with supplies on hand. These twig stars use a variety of random parts and pieces, looks like you could incorporate what you find on a walk around the neighborhood.
Cinnamon and applesauce make up the dough for these ornaments. I can just imagine the way the house would smell while making these!
Orange and clove pomanders were almost my favorite thing to make as a kid. Super easy, and super festive!
What? Feed the birds from an orange? yes please.
This blog post from sortra.com has 36 ideas of what you can do with pinecones. We love to paint pinecones! And this year I'm really in the mood for sparkely pine cones!
More ways to feed the birds. Yes, we love to feed the birds, and yes, we have a plan brewing, I'll tell you all about it in a few weeks!
More glitter, more nature. I figure if we stick with just a couple elements in our holiday making, then everything will look good together.
These sure look like fun, and think of the endless ways you could decorate that clay. Perhaps a great gift idea too!
I've never been much of a wreath maker, but this simple box tree and closet hangar wreath might be easy enough for the girls and I to make ourselves.
Yarn and sticks. They were meant to go together. Great for monogrammed ornaments, or gift tags.
You'll find some more seasonal craft inspiration at The Crafty Crow. She always has something fun going on over there for all ages!
If you have preschool age kids, Jess at Scrumdilly-do! is full of hands on fun ideas.