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45 Holiday Craft Projects for a Very Merry Christmas Craft your way to your happiest Yuletide season with these easy ideas. Deck your home for the holidays—or make special trinkets to gift —with these easy Christmas craft projects. Some fresh greenery gives these lanterns holiday flair. When Christmas is over, simply remove the garland for decorations you can display all year. Get the tutorial at Paper and Stitch. Your guests will be so impressed by these pretty pieces, they’ll never guess you made them at home. Get the tutorial at Simple Simon and Company.

Unlike your traditional gingerbread house, these felt creations will last for years. Make one to hang as an ornament or a whole village to display on your mantel. Get the tutorial at Cutesy Crafts. Get the tutorial at Crafts Unleashed. While your living room or dining area may get most of the foot traffic around the holidays, you can use this easy-to-make piece to dress up other overlooked spaces like your bathroom, hallway, or entryway.

Get the tutorial at Laura’s Crafty Life. With its distressed wood and old-time appeal, this simple snowman will look right at home among rustic decor, antiques, and other vintage finds. Get the tutorial at Anika’s DIY Life. Step up your wreath game this year with these fun pieces featuring flea market finds. You can buy your base, or DIY one with some cardboard. Fluffy Tinsel Wreath: Secure sparkling tinsel garland to a Styrofoam wreath with u-shaped greening pins, and then add some more interest with an ornament or two. Old Sheet Music Wreath: Use Christmas carol sheet music to cover a basic Styrofoam wreath, and then finish it with a DIY paper bow or flower fashioned from more carol-covered paper.

Shiny Brites Wreath: Make this vibrant display with about 100 vintage ornaments attached with greening pins to a ribbon-wrapped Styrofoam wreath. Why shell out hundreds of dollars for a Christmas village when you can craft your very own? This way, you can customize your mini town in hues that complement your home decor. Get the tutorial at Studio DIY. Attention winos and Christmas crafters: this has your name written all over it! Get the tutorial at A Magical Mess. Get the tutorial at A Girl and A Glue Gun.

Transform dollar store candles into cute snowman, reindeer, and other festive characters with buttons, ribbons, and pom poms. You can use these adorable pieces to line your mantel, create a centerpiece, or pass out as Christmas gifts. Get the tutorial at The 36th Avenue. These Christmas beauties are simple, elegant, easy to make, and here’s the best part—can be made with just a few inexpensive supplies. Get the tutorial at A Beautiful Mess. Forage your backyard or local park for pinecones and you’re already halfway done prepping this cute holiday craft.

Get the tutorial at One Little Project. These mini yarn trees are just as cute as the popular bottle brush versions, but are so much easier to DIY. Get the tutorial at The Sweet Escape. You’d never know, but this adorable Christmas snowman also doubles as a fall and Halloween decoration. Flip it over and you’ll have the perfect canvas for creating a stacked pumpkin statue. Get the tutorial at The Craft Patch. Spread joy with this rustic sign and wreath in one.