It’s that time of year again and while I know that many of you have been crafting for Christmas for weeks (or even months now), I just cannot get into the holiday mood until Thanksgiving dinner is done! There is something about sitting by the light of the fireplace, tree aglow and a few random Santas to keep me company, as I sing along with Doris Day, that puts me in the crafting mood. I love how the product enhances my home, but the process is half the fun and around here making the projects during the season is tradition!
I already have my ideas and supplies ready to go and I will be sure to share what I create over the next few weeks with you, but to get you started, I have put my favorites from last year together here. Rest assured, in true Exquisitely Unremarkable style, they can all be whipped up rather quickly, they won’t break the bank and you really don’t need any crafting experience to end up with fabulous looking results.
Ho-Ho-Ho…away we go!
These super easy tabletop yarn Christmas trees are hands down my most popular holiday craft. They are easy to do with a few dollar store items!
I love to recycle old puzzle pieces ~ here’s a few festive ways to use them this season!
Are you a big fan of wooden signs, but hate the lettering? I have a trick to make you look like a pro!
Dollar store treat bags make a great advent calendar and decorative garland all at once…and did I mention they were only a dollar?
Are wreaths your thing instead?
Triple the impact on your front door in mere minutes with faux or real evergreens!
Are you a Frozen fan? This dollar store snowflake wreath will bring out your inner Elsa.
While I didn’t make this hydrangea wreath with Christmas in mind, it sure does look festive this time of year! I usually add a few white lights to make it sparkle!
Keep your eyes peeled for a brand new batch of Christmas crafts coming soon and in the meantime, Happy Holidays to you!
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