Holiday Paper Crafts Roundup

As all of the chaos surrounding the holidays begins to die down, I start thinking about little crafts that I can make during the last few days before Christmas. Ornaments are almost always on my list because they’re usually not as involved a craft, and if you can make several in a short period of time then they may even serve as additional embellishment for those last few gifts that you have to wrap. Here’s a little roundup of some of the ornament and small packaging crafts that have caught my eye this season, and I hope that you’ll find one or more that catch your eye, too.

Holiday Paper Crafts

Clockwise, from top left:

* Yasmine from A Print a Day shares adorable holiday themed printable patterned papers that you can use in many of the crafts in this roundup — matching gift tags and cute to do lists are available, too

* Learn how to make sweet gift containers from tp tubes and egg cartons. I love the painted wood grain!

* Lovely, modern paper teardrop ornaments from Patricia at A Little Hut. These are so simple to make, and such a great result!

* Jessica from How About Orange shows us how to make cool 3D paper ornaments using circles of paper

* Get the pattern for this gorgeous quilled snowflake, courtesy of Deb Mackes, over at the always inspiring All Things Paper

* Amazing that toilet paper tubes can become such pretty things. Check out the tutorial for these pretty tp tube flower ornaments from Scraplog



Holiday Paper Crafts

Clockwise, from top left:

* Learn how to make pretty paper cardinal ornaments with a template and tutorial from Cheeky Magpie

* German paper stars have always been one of my favorites, and you can learn how to make them in this tutorial from Abigail Mooney

* Make a beautiful, glittered winter garland with templates and instructions from A Field Journal – found via Whip Up

* Make Something Happy shares a neato idea for making paper stockings out of recycled grocery bags (thank you, Trader Joe’s!)

* Find out how to make pretty little tree ornaments using book pages over at How to … Do Something. Side note: I had no idea that Staying Alive was available as a book! Check out the tutorial to see what I’m talking about. – found via One Pretty Thing

* Learn how to create lovely German bell ornaments with this tutorial from Ann Martin at All Things Paper

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5 comments on “Holiday Paper Crafts Roundup

  1. Rachel Dangerfield commented //

    So much inspiration in one post! I can’t even pick a favorite! Thanks for this little collection…

  2. Lisa Nelson commented //

    so many great ideas! thanks :)

  3. whoatemycrayons commented //

    Thanks for sharing these. What fantastically simple, yet effective ideas! What clever folks there are out there.

  4. s h e r r y commented //

    Wow, these are so cool! Off to check them out!

  5. Torie Jayne commented //

    Such gorgeous ideas!Thanks

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