Do you want to make Christmas crafts to sell? I have 13 easy and adjustable holiday crafts that you can start making today! These easy Christmas crafts are sure to get you in the holiday spirit during this festive season. DIY Christmas decorations make great Christmas gifts and for the most part use just basic craft supplies. They are also a fun way to make extra cash at Christmas time by selling them at local craft fairs, Christmas markets, holiday craft fairs or a holiday bazaar.
Here’s the list of Christmas crafts to sell
I have 2 easy handmade crafts using items from the dollar store! All you need are some baking pans, paint, and accessories. Here’s the full easy tutorial – Penguin and Snowman Decorations.
For our next holiday craft, I created a snowman and reindeer candle holder I wanted to share with you. In addition to that, I created a wine bottle Christmas tree. These would make a great gift and you can adjust these easily and change up the colors. Here’s the full tutorial – Wine Glass Candle Holder
Do you want an easy DIY Christmas craft? Here are some Santa and snowman decorations. Create holiday decor with terra cotta flower pots! I used 10″ flower pots, and you can easily adjust these to any size. You can find the tutorial here – Santa & Snowman Decorations
My kids always enjoyed a holiday countdown calendar, in fact, it was such a huge hit they both still do them to this day. It’s an easy DIY kid’s Advent calender. This simple craft is a great way to spend quality time with your kids making homemade Christmas decorations. It can be used every year and will create great memories. This would also be the perfect item to share with family and friends during the Christmas season. Here’s the full tutorial – DIY Kids Advent Calendar
I love to decorate seasonally, then you can leave things up for 3 months rather than just one. I love snowmen for this very reason, and here is how I created a wooden snowman family for the winter months. You can find the full tutorial here – Wooden Snowman Family
I love going to the thrift store and seeing what I can make from things I find without spending much extra money. I had found this amazing glass hat and knew I just needed to create a snowman for it. You can find the full tutorial here – Glass Candle Holder Snowman
I found modern lacquer Nutcrackers on West Elm, Pottery Barn, etc for a minimum of $40! I grabbed a couple of dollar store Nutcrackers and did the same thing for only $2!You can find the full tutorial here – $2 Modern Nutcracker
Do you want to know how to make a Santa out of a mop head? Mop head crafts are fun and easy to make without spending a lot of money. Here’s my tutorial on how to make a mop head Santa. You can find the full tutorial here – How To Make A Mop Head Santa DIY
Want a great craft idea that is fun and unique? Do Nutcrackers always make popular home decorations? Make one of these flower pot Nutcrackers. You can easily adjust the size. You can find the full tutorial here – Nutcracker Flower Pot Solider
Learn more about “Creating Seasonal Decor for Your Home” to create seasonal decor that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg.
want to see some of my Christmas crafts to sell?
Watch my Christmas Home Tour and see if you can spot some of my DIYs in the video.
Some other great Christmas crafts you can sell include:
- Make candles in mason jars and add essential oils
- Get that hot glue gun out and make some Christmas wreaths
- Give a dollar store Christmas stocking a makeover
- Make homemade soap
- Make your own Christmas cards to sell
- Make homemade ornaments
- Make cinnamon pine cones or decorate some as ornaments
- Glue cinnamon sticks around a candle
- Turn scrap wood into snowmen, snowflakes, and other great decors
- Make a grapevine snowman wreath
- Make peppermint bath bombs
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