Happy Monday! Today I’ve rounded up my most popular Christmas DIY projects. Some didn’t begin as Christmas projects, but I’ve used them at Christmastime. I hope having them all in one spot is helpful!
This DIY Christmas silhouette nativity is one of my earliest posts. I originally made the nativity in 2012 and then did a full tutorial with the templates and printable banner in 2013. It’s one of my top pinned projects.
This is my go-to recipe for hot cocoa. It’s a dry mix that includes bits of white chocolate. You just add boiling water to the mix and you’ve got a delicious mug of hot cocoa. I also show you how to turn Dollar Tree plastic spoons into white chocolate, candy cane stirrers.
This DIY Christmas tutorial is another one from my first years of blogging. The printable music sheet petal templates are included in this post along with a step-by-step guide to make these paper poinsettias that won’t die!
Another reader favorite is this buffalo check reindeer art that I made using a tablecloth! I’ve used it in my Christmas decor for at least two years now and still love it! The template for the reindeer is included in the tutorial.
Pom poms are still popular and this garland is so easy to make.
Lastly, is this yarn tassel garland. I initially made it for Valentine’s Day, but I love the red and white at Christmastime! You may see it again this year!
I’ve been working on some big projects that are taking a little longer than expected, but I can see the light at the tunnel! I’m hoping to be able to reveal my bedroom update later in the week and I’m pretty excited about that! I’ll be back here tomorrow to share all the building details for my Ikea Rast makeover.