Christmas Crafts

Fill your house with the sights and scents of the Christmas season with these wonderful Christmas craft ideas. These simple Christmas crafts you can make include fun and easy Christmas crafts for adults that can be made in only 15-minutes! From Christmas wreath crafts to holiday ornament crafts to Christmas decor crafts, one of these easy homemade Christmas crafts will be perfect for your home, or Christmas gift giving!

Make Your Own Snowflake Window Cling

Make Your Own Snowflake Window Cling. Looking for a fun project to make with your children or grandchildren this winter? How about window clings!? Make your own snowflake window cling using these easy step by step directions. This is a great activity to beat winter boredom, when someone has the sniffles, or to just decorate your windows for winter!


Looking for a fun project to make with your children or grandchildren this winter? How about window clings!? Make your own snowflake window cling using these easy step by step directions. This is a great activity to beat winter boredom, when someone has the sniffles, or to just decorate your windows for winter!

Make Your Own Snowflake Window Cling. Looking for a fun project to make with your children or grandchildren this winter? How about window clings!? Make your own snowflake window cling using these easy step by step directions. This is a great activity to beat winter boredom, when someone has the sniffles, or to just decorate your windows for winter!




• To print the Snowflake Window Cling instructions, click here.

Snowflake Window Cling Materials:

Light Blue Paint
Darker Blue Paint
** Note: if you don’t already own puffy paints, this 20 pack is a great price for a starter kit (and has all the colors needed for this project)
Page Protector
Snowflake Window Cling Template
• 8 1/2″ x 11″ Paper
• Scissors

Make Your Own Snowflake Window Cling. Looking for a fun project to make with your children or grandchildren this winter? How about window clings!? Make your own snowflake window cling using these easy step by step directions. This is a great activity to beat winter boredom, when someone has the sniffles, or to just decorate your windows for winter!


Snowflake Window Cling Directions:

• Print out the snowflake cling template. Cut out the general shape.
• Insert a sheet of 8 1/2″ x 11″ sheet of paper into one of the page protector.
• Place your snowflake picture into the page protector, on top of the whole sheet of paper.
• You are painting on the page protector.

Make Your Own Snowflake Window Cling. Looking for a fun project to make with your children or grandchildren this winter? How about window clings!? Make your own snowflake window cling using these easy step by step directions. This is a great activity to beat winter boredom, when someone has the sniffles, or to just decorate your windows for winter!


• Begin with the straight lines of the snowflake with the light blue paint.

Make Your Own Snowflake Window Cling. Looking for a fun project to make with your children or grandchildren this winter? How about window clings!? Make your own snowflake window cling using these easy step by step directions. This is a great activity to beat winter boredom, when someone has the sniffles, or to just decorate your windows for winter!


• Paint all the straight lines before moving on to the smaller snowflake details.
• Make certain your lines of paint are thick; it will make it a lot easier to peel off the snowflake window cling later.
• If some of the areas are too small to paint around, just layer your puffy paint.

Make Your Own Snowflake Window Cling. Looking for a fun project to make with your children or grandchildren this winter? How about window clings!? Make your own snowflake window cling using these easy step by step directions. This is a great activity to beat winter boredom, when someone has the sniffles, or to just decorate your windows for winter!


• Once the light blue straight lines are completed, switch to the dark blue puffy paint and, working top down, complete the details of the snowflake.
Note: You can use any color combination you like to make the snowflakes. Blue shows well, so that is why it was chosen for this tutorial.
• When finished, set your painted template somewhere where it will not be disturbed.
• Allow to dry for 24 hours.

Make Your Own Snowflake Window Cling. Looking for a fun project to make with your children or grandchildren this winter? How about window clings!? Make your own snowflake window cling using these easy step by step directions. This is a great activity to beat winter boredom, when someone has the sniffles, or to just decorate your windows for winter!


• Once your snowflake cling is dry, peel it off carefully.
• Your snowflake cling is now ready for you to hang on your window or mirrors.

Make Your Own Snowflake Window Cling. Looking for a fun project to make with your children or grandchildren this winter? How about window clings!? Make your own snowflake window cling using these easy step by step directions. This is a great activity to beat winter boredom, when someone has the sniffles, or to just decorate your windows for winter!


Warning: do not keep snowflake on your windows for an extended period of time or during hot weather as they will be difficult to remove.

Make Your Own Snowman Window Cling. Looking for a fun project to make with your children or grandchildren this winter? How about window clings!? Make your own snowman window clings using these easy step by step directions. This is a great activity to beat winter boredom, when someone has the sniffles, or to just decorate your windows for winter!


• For instructions on how to make the Snowman Window Cling shown in this photo, click here.


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Make Your Own Snowman Window Cling

Make Your Own Snowman Window Cling. Looking for a fun project to make with your children or grandchildren this winter? How about window clings!? Make your own snowman window clings using these easy step by step directions. This is a great activity to beat winter boredom, when someone has the sniffles, or to just decorate your windows for winter!


Looking for a fun project to make with your children or grandchildren this winter? How about window clings!? Make your own snowman window clings using these easy step by step directions. This is a great activity to beat winter boredom, when someone has the sniffles, or to just decorate your windows for winter!

Make Your Own Snowman Window Cling. Looking for a fun project to make with your children or grandchildren this winter? How about window clings!? Make your own snowman window clings using these easy step by step directions. This is a great activity to beat winter boredom, when someone has the sniffles, or to just decorate your windows for winter!




• To print the Snowman Window Cling instructions, click here.

Snowman Window Cling Materials:

White Puffy Paint
Black Puffy Paint
Green Puffy Paint
Orange Puffy Paint
Brown Puffy Paint
Pink Puffy Paint
** Note: if you don’t already own puffy paints, this 20 pack is a great price for a starter kit (and has all the colors needed for this project)
Page Protector
Snowman Window Cling Template
• 8 1/2″ x 11″ Paper
• Scissors

Snowman Window Cling Directions:

Make Your Own Snowman Window Cling. Looking for a fun project to make with your children or grandchildren this winter? How about window clings!? Make your own snowman window clings using these easy step by step directions. This is a great activity to beat winter boredom, when someone has the sniffles, or to just decorate your windows for winter!


• Print out the snowman cling template using a color printer. Cut out the general shape.
• Insert a sheet of 8 1/2″ x 11″ sheet of paper into one of the page protectors
• Place your snowman picture into the page protector, on top of the whole sheet of paper.
• You are painting on the page protector

Make Your Own Snowman Window Cling. Looking for a fun project to make with your children or grandchildren this winter? How about window clings!? Make your own snowman window clings using these easy step by step directions. This is a great activity to beat winter boredom, when someone has the sniffles, or to just decorate your windows for winter!


• Begin tracing the snowman with the puffy paint.
• Begin at the top of the snowman and work your way down. Use the same color puffy paint as the color of the snowman on the template.

Make Your Own Snowman Window Cling. Looking for a fun project to make with your children or grandchildren this winter? How about window clings!? Make your own snowman window clings using these easy step by step directions. This is a great activity to beat winter boredom, when someone has the sniffles, or to just decorate your windows for winter!


• Make certain your lines of paint are thick; it will make it a lot easier to peel off the snowman window cling later.
• If some of the areas are too small to paint around, just layer your puffy paint (ex: the snowman’s smile).

Make Your Own Snowman Window Cling. Looking for a fun project to make with your children or grandchildren this winter? How about window clings!? Make your own snowman window clings using these easy step by step directions. This is a great activity to beat winter boredom, when someone has the sniffles, or to just decorate your windows for winter!


• When finished, set your painted template somewhere where it will not be disturbed.
• Allow to dry for 24 hours.

Make Your Own Snowman Window Cling. Looking for a fun project to make with your children or grandchildren this winter? How about window clings!? Make your own snowman window clings using these easy step by step directions. This is a great activity to beat winter boredom, when someone has the sniffles, or to just decorate your windows for winter!


• Once your snowman cling is dry, peel it off carefully.
• Your snowman cling is now ready for you to hang on your window or mirrors.

Make Your Own Snowman Window Cling. Looking for a fun project to make with your children or grandchildren this winter? How about window clings!? Make your own snowman window clings using these easy step by step directions. This is a great activity to beat winter boredom, when someone has the sniffles, or to just decorate your windows for winter!


Warning: do not keep snowman on your windows for an extended period of time or during hot weather as they will be difficult to remove.

Make Your Own Snowman Window Cling. Looking for a fun project to make with your children or grandchildren this winter? How about window clings!? Make your own snowman window clings using these easy step by step directions. This is a great activity to beat winter boredom, when someone has the sniffles, or to just decorate your windows for winter!



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Evening Star Christmas Wall Hanging

Evening Star Christmas Wall Hanging. A beautiful piece of wall art for the holidays. This Evening Star Christmas wall hanging is simple and inexpensive to make. Give it as a gift or display it in your own home this holiday season.


Evening Star Christmas Wall Hanging

A beautiful piece of wall art for the holidays. This Evening Star Christmas wall hanging is simple and inexpensive to make. Give it as a gift or display it in your own home this holiday season.

Evening Star Christmas Wall Hanging. A beautiful piece of wall art for the holidays. This Evening Star Christmas wall hanging is simple and inexpensive to make. Give it as a gift or display it in your own home this holiday season.


• To print the Evening Star Christmas Wall Hanging instructions, click here.



Evening Star Christmas Wall Hanging. A beautiful piece of wall art for the holidays. This Evening Star Christmas wall hanging is simple and inexpensive to make. Give it as a gift or display it in your own home this holiday season.


Evening Star Christmas Wall Hanging Materials:

• “Glory to the Newborn King” printable: red or green or blue background
Paper Trimmer
• Gold Yarn on this project, this was the yarn used: Lion Brand Yarn Vanna’s Glamour Yarn, Topaz
• Cardboard
Star Template printed on paper
• Pencil
• Scissors
Glue Gun
• Glue Sticks
8×10 Frame

Evening Star Christmas Wall Hanging. A beautiful piece of wall art for the holidays. This Evening Star Christmas wall hanging is simple and inexpensive to make. Give it as a gift or display it in your own home this holiday season.


Evening Star Christmas Wall Hanging Directions:

• Print out the “Glory to the Newborn King” printable in your choice of red or green or blue background.
• Trim it to 8″ x 10″ with a Paper Trimmer.

Evening Star Christmas Wall Hanging. A beautiful piece of wall art for the holidays. This Evening Star Christmas wall hanging is simple and inexpensive to make. Give it as a gift or display it in your own home this holiday season.


• Print and cut out the Star Template template .
• Place the printed out paper with the star onto a piece of cardboard and trace it with a pencil. Cut out the star. Discard the paper template or save for another project.

Evening Star Christmas Wall Hanging. A beautiful piece of wall art for the holidays. This Evening Star Christmas wall hanging is simple and inexpensive to make. Give it as a gift or display it in your own home this holiday season.


• Using yarn, wrap the star. Begin by wrapping yarn a few times around the center to hold it in pace. Affix with hot glue if necessary.

Evening Star Christmas Wall Hanging. A beautiful piece of wall art for the holidays. This Evening Star Christmas wall hanging is simple and inexpensive to make. Give it as a gift or display it in your own home this holiday season.


• Begin to cover the points. Wrap around the point a few times, usually overlapping and then affix on the back with hot glue. Continue all the way up to the top of the point. You may need to add more glue as you get closer to the point to get the yarn too stay.
Note: If you wrap too tightly, your yarn may begin to slip off or bend your template. Use a firm wrap but not too firm.
• Repeat to cover all points.

Evening Star Christmas Wall Hanging. A beautiful piece of wall art for the holidays. This Evening Star Christmas wall hanging is simple and inexpensive to make. Give it as a gift or display it in your own home this holiday season.


• Begin to cover the middle of the star, wrapping yarn in all directions until it is completely covered. Cut the yarn and affix on the back with hot glue.
• Glue the finished yarn star onto your “Glory to the Newborn King” printable.
• Place the template in your frame. Keep the glass behind the paper template. You are using the glass from the frame as a defacto backer board. You are not using glue to hold the “Glory to the Newborn King” template in place, the frame will do that for you. If you would like glass in front of your frame, you would need to purchase a shadowbox frame.
• Note: If you have an old frame lying about the house that does not have glass in it, you would need backer board and a few dabs of hot glue to hold the “Glory to the Newborn King” template in place.

Evening Star Christmas Wall Hanging. A beautiful piece of wall art for the holidays. This Evening Star Christmas wall hanging is simple and inexpensive to make. Give it as a gift or display it in your own home this holiday season.


• Display as desired.
• If you prefer not to hang this, get a small art stand and display on a tea cart, sideboard, fireplace mantel, or end table!


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