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Must Have Christmas Crafts Supplies & Ideas

Don’t wait, don’t delay! Now is the time to get your Christmas Crafts Supplies and here are some great DIY Christmas Ideas that you will want to make for sure.

Y’all these are the Must Have Christmas Crafts Supplies that you need to purchase now before it’s too late! Be sure to stock up and be ready for all these Christmas Craft Ideas.

I’ve been there, so believe me when I say, supplies sell out quickly!

Don’t get stuck at Thanksgiving seeing this messages – “SOLD OUT”! It’s a bummer and will totally spoil your holiday.

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Must Have Christmas Crafts

O’Kay! Maybe I’m a little dramatic and obsessed about DIY for Christmas but y’all, I’m serious about the most magical time of the year. There are so many great DIY Christmas Crafts and I want to do them all. Yikes!!! I can’t wait to share them all with you.

I also shared How to Prepare for Christmas Decorating Now a few weeks ago. That post helps you to determine what you need for the Holiday’s and make sure you don’t miss out on the really cool stuff.

First Some of my Favorite from Last year

Click Here for Cedar Topiaries Tutorial

Green Cone Shaped Styrofoam Trees – these are for adding natural greenery like this project from last year.

Floral Pins – you need these for the Cedar Topiary project for sure.

You also need to know How to Dry Fruit for your holiday projects!

Fresh Cedar and Dried Orange Topiaries.  Easy DIY project.

Easy Ticking Christmas Stockings – See tutorial HERE, a NO Sew Version!

Red Stripe Ticking Fabric – This is my go to fabric for Christmas, Memorial Day, 4th of July, etc. Here are just a few projects that I use this fabric for. You’ll also need some wooden beads for the tassels and you can see how to make them here.

Red Ticking Strip Christmas Stockings with a NO Sew tutorial.
Easy to Flock Christmas Trees

Light Weight Spackling is a must for adding a little snow to almost any Christmas Decor. See how to flock everything for Christmas here.

Easy to add flocking to existing Christmas trees and bottle brush tress.
Dried Fruit and Herb Garland

Jute Rope and Jute Twine – oh I use this all year long but wow! So many uses including these.

Dried Fruit and Herb Garland for Christmas

One of my favorite DIY projects from last winter was these DIY Paper Bag Snowflakes. I just ordered these white bags to make some for this year.

I fell in love with these stars and have to find a use for them.

Christmas Craft ideas

Here are some new Christmas Craft Ideas that I can’t wait to try. In addition, I’ll share the Christmas Craft Supplies you need to make these creative creations.

Chunky White Yarn – Why? Because I want to make some white fuzzy trees for Christmas and I also saw this cute idea.

White Cone Shaped Styrofoam Trees – these are for the white fuzzy trees that I hope to make this season. Below is an example from Hallstrom Home.

Vintage DIY Letters and Numbers Stamp Set – This goes with that cute idea below but there are so many uses. Make holiday gift tags, stamp messages directly onto your packages, make your own Christmas Cards with personalized stamped messages and on and on.

Cute idea from Sweet Tidings Blogspot. These would make great gift tags.

This adorable garland from Lindsey at My Creative Days is super easy!

All the supplies are available at these links – precut wooden trees, wooden beads and twine!

This DIY Wood Burned Christmas Tree Garland takes some common craft items and turns them into charming decor for the Christmas season.

I ran across these sweet felt trees from Katie at Little House of Four and I’m obsessed with them. They are on my must-do list for this year.

I found these felt sheets in colors that I adore and these that are sold by the yard. Plus, these wooden bases are great if you don’t cut your own.

 Finished rustic felt trees

Patti at Hearth and Vine shared these wonderful mason jar luminaries and I need these also.

Stock up on Modge Podge Glossy Luster and silver glitter or this SNOW Glitter. You can use mayonnaise jars or mason jars for this craft. Another great place to look for jars is at Thrift Stores. They are usually very cheap.

You can see more about shopping thrift stores here.

Mason jar luminary with trees showing through

Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope this helps you to prepare for the holidays!

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Kim | Shiplap and Shells

Thursday 21st of October 2021

You are the DIY queen Rachel! I always love your ideas.

Monday 25th of October 2021

Kim, You are so sweet.

Erin Cox

Monday 18th of October 2021

One more thing: after reading your wonderful Christmas blogs last year, I decided to "go small" with our trees this holiday season (I put up 4 to 5). πŸ˜‰ I did find an adorable, easy to assemble small flocked tree on Amazon. Not sure if it's okay to post the actual link, but it's called, "Northlight Angel Pine Cones Christmas Tree, 4 ft, Green".

Tuesday 19th of October 2021

Erin, Thanks so much! I'm so glad you found one you like. Can't wait for this season to begin. I appreciate you for sharing.

Jennifer Howard

Monday 18th of October 2021

I don't remember those little trees with the oranges!! They are darling!! The inside of my brain feels like a snow squall thinking about Xmas decorating!!

Tuesday 19th of October 2021

Jennifer, I feel the same. Thanks for stopping by.


Saturday 16th of October 2021

So many great ideas!

Saturday 16th of October 2021

Renae, So glad you liked them.


Saturday 16th of October 2021

Love all the little felt trees Rachel super cute ideas!

Saturday 16th of October 2021

Ann, Thanks for stopping by.