6+ insanely easy crafts you'll want to do right now for Christmas

'Tis the season to be jolly, and what better way to infuse your home and heart with the spirit of Christmas than by indulging in delightful DIY crafts? Whether you're an experienced artisan or someone just beginning to explore the world of crafting, we have a treasure trove of ideas that are not only fun but also incredibly easy to execute.
In this article, we'll take you on a festive journey through a series handpicked projects that will have you itching to create holiday magic right now. So, gather your materials, clear your workspace, and get ready to embark on a crafting adventure that will leave your home adorned with the warmth and charm of the season. These crafts are so simple that even Santa's elves would approve!
DIY ornaments
Create your unique Christmas tree ornaments with a few simple supplies like clear glass or plastic ornaments, acrylic paint, and ribbon. Pour paint inside the ornaments, swirl it around, and let it dry for a stunning marbled effect. You can also personalize them with hand-painted designs, stickers, or fill them with small trinkets like glitter or tiny jingle bells for added charm.
DIY Christmas wreath
Deck your halls with a beautiful homemade wreath. Start with a plain wreath base, which you can buy at any craft store, and then let your creativity shine. Attach pinecones, berries, ornaments, and a festive bow using a hot glue gun. For an extra touch, consider incorporating natural elements like holly leaves or cinnamon sticks for a delightful aroma.
Christmas luminaries
These Christmas luminaries are super easy to make and will add a bit of sparkle to your home this winter or any time of year. Paint the outside of the mason jar any scene you want, and light up a mason jar with string lights or a glowstick.
Christmas star luminary
If pine isn't your jam, you can also try out star lights. Create these star lights with whatever pattern you prefer, add Christmas lights, and hang up for the most magical holiday mood.
Lighted garland
You can also make a garland using burlap, ribbon, and a string of lights. Try out velvet for that added element of luxury. This is an easy, cheap way to make your Christmas decor feel upscale.
Colored glass flower vase
Use this stunning DIY glass technique and save more than $100 (on the Pottery Barn version). All you need to do is put in your favorite holiday flowers: poinsettia, Christmas cactus or Christmas rose. Get the full tutorial here.
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Light up canvas
If you are looking for that cornerstone fireplace mantle piece or wall hanging, look no further. This light up canvas effect is great for setting up the holiday spirit.
Tomato cage Christmas tree
Just wait until the lights on this DIY project go on. Minimalist yet impactful, this DIY is perfect for those with limited space, offering a fresh and contemporary twist on the traditional holiday centerpiece that's sure to bring joy and creativity to your celebrations.
Snow globe terrariums
You simply can't go wrong with holiday terrariums. Make them grand and majestic by using large apothecary jars. Fill with snow (stretched out cotton) and white lights. Decorate with Christmas village pieces.
Christmas shadow box
Create an enchanted forest with this Christmas shadow box idea. This one uses paper stock trees. Lights adds that extra glam factor.
Lighted up candy canes
Christmas isn't complete with lighted up candy canes. This idea can be created using string lights and old PVC pipes. Paint up those pipes red and white, and don't forget to add ribbon!