Christmas Crafts

We survived Thanksgiving and now it's time to look forward to the next big holiday...Christmas. While some of us are in denial about it since we have a lot of shopping left to do, it's good to get on top of it while it's just the beginning of December. What better way to enjoy the season (and save some money), than to do a few Christmas crafts!

Here are some cute and fun crafts for the holiday season:

Snowflake Ornaments

Snowman Decor

Felt Christmas Wreath

Christmas Tea Lights

Pumpkin Seed Christmas Trees

Gingerbread Ornaments

Cinnamon Stick Coasters

Pinecone Ornaments 

Joy Cookies

Coffee Filter Garland

Anything we missed? Share your favorite craft projects in the comments below!

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