Crafts for Christmas are easy to make using mason jars, candles, glitter. We love ot use mason jars to package homemade gifts as well for the holidays!
Crafts for Christmas
Ever since my kids were little, we loved making crafts for Christmas to give as gifts to family and friends. Now that they’re grown, I still love to give something homemade as a gift. Giving something homemade as a gift shows that you took the time out of your busy schedule to put something pretty or yummy together to make the holiday special.
I put together a great list of DIY gifts, crafts, ornaments, decorations and even projects for kids to start working on now in July so we’re all ready for Christmas! Let’s celebrate Christmas in July today!
And make sure you check out my Shopping List at the end of the post for where to purchase my favorite mason jars and tags that I love to use for projects.
Christmas Gifts in Mason Jars
DIY Crafts for Christmas and Ornaments
Not a real Christmas Ornament, but I love this idea from Feathering My Nest. I really think this would be a great DIY Christmas project for the kids to do. Kids love snow globes.
Vintage Styled Trees
DIY Mini Snow Globe Ornament from No Biggie
Mason Jar Lid Ornaments from Clean and Scentsible
Mason Jar Lid Ornaments from Funky Junk Interiors
DIY Christmas Candles
Christmas Snowy Mason Jar from Deco Art Blog
White Christmas Mason Jar Luminaries from Ginger Snap Crafts
Christmas Township Candles from Shabby Art Boutique
Christmas Mason Jar Luminaries from Maison de Pax
French Sheet Music Christmas Candles from Confessions of a Plate Addict
Christmas Decoration with Mason Jars
And I am already planning on setting my table for Christmas! I love this idea from Her Tool Belt. What better way to use all the gorgeous mason jar projects this year than by showcasing them as your centerpiece for your Christmas table. If you come to our house this year around Christmas, more than likely you’ll see something very similar to this!
These Christmas Candy Jars from Lisa’s Scribbles would look beautiful on a sideboard or kitchen counter for your family and guests to help themselves to a treat.
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