Christmas craft, decorating and homemade Christmas gift ideas!

When it comes to Christmas, especially in cyberspace, I’m a total junkie! I just can’t get enough of Christmas online. I spend many hours a week browsing through Christmas websites looking for neat Christmas craft projects and you wouldn’t believe what I’ve found! There are so many wonderful sites chock full of Christmas crafts I could never list them all. But! I have narrowed down a dozen or so of my absolute favorites to share with you!

…And now for the list of Christmas craft projects, most of which are so easy that even the ‘craftily challenged’ can make them. There’s a bunch of nifty decorating ideas sprinkled in, too… enjoy!

I love giving gifts in jars. Do you? Check out this wonderful Peppermint Stick Cocoa — Gift in a Jar tutorial. This would be a great gift for anyone on your list, and a perfect addition to a gift basket full of homemade goodies.

Speaking of jars… you could fill these cute Mason Jar Snowmen full of candy!

Check out this Santa Suit Candy Bar Wrapper project, another gift basket or stocking stuffer idea. How cute!!

More chocolate, anyone? Cookie Cutter Fudge from Betty Crocker… oh my!!

Or how about finishing off your wrapped gifts with one of these cute Felt Poinsettias.

Check out Christmas Decorating with Kitchen Items such as spatulas, muffin tins, dishtowels, and more from Better Homes and Gardens.

Another cute idea from the kitchen is this Christmas Gift Idea-Oven Mitt… isn’t that cute? Easy, thoughtful and inexpensive!

Use up your Use scraps of Christmas patterned fabric on these easy to sew dish washing liquid bottle aprons.

This is a must see… the Yarn and Styrofoam Christmas Tree!

More Styrofoam goodness… check out this Never Melt Snowman Project.

Another snowman project, have a look at this little Jingle Bell Snowman.

Kids love Santa’s Reindeer and they will love making these cute Wooden Reindeer Christmas Ornaments. You could even substitute the wooden hearts for hearts cut out of brown craft paper.

String popcorn for your tree, but be sure to make a second batch to make these Christmas Popcorn Treat Bags!

Here’s a great way to display your Christmas cards… make this magnetic Christmas card display.

Alright guys, I’m going to stop there, but I can see another post like this coming soon! Feel free to leave links to your Christmas crafts below, I’d love to check them out!!