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Have a Homemade Christmas: Ideas for 5 Wearables

By: Julia Litz, editor of AllFreeChristmasCrafts.com

Sure, you could make someone a handmade gift they can display or perch on a table. But then what? There projects might get looked at from time to time, but the recipient won't be able to really show it off. That's why it's important to think usefulness during the holiday season. Before you start crafting, this about what the gift recipient really wants and needs for the upcoming year.

Whether you're coming up with homemade Christmas ideas for mom or just want to create your own hats for christmas, you can't go wrong when you start from scratch. No need to brave the cold temperatures and buy a gift that everyone else already has. Learn how to make a Santa hat out of paper, create DIY Christmas gifts to give to a friend or simply discover your next project for Christmas. A scarf is always a great accessory that will help fight cold temperature and hats are a fun way to show your spirit.

Evoke the true spirit of Christmas and add Santa, elves and more into your finished projects. If you like to knit or crochet, it's easy to find a hat to make. Even if you just want to work with paper, you can create a cute craft with the kids. Stay inside, skip the malls and make your own DIY gifts for Christmas.

Have a Homemade Christmas: Ideas for 5 Wearables


 

Furry Ornament Necklace: It takes a confident person to rock this one-of-a-kind necklace! Use green eyelash yarn and mini ornaments to construct this fun wearable. If you're looking for homemade Christmas ideas for mom, look no further than this cool craft. Use crochet techniques to make the necklace come together. DIY gifts for Christmas are perfect because you can tailor them to fit the recipient's personality.

Santa Scarf: Kids will go crazy for this adorable sewn scarf. Wrap them up in this warm scarf and get ready for compliments. Grab your felt scraps to construct santa's face and use furry material to make his beard grown. Homemade christmas ideas don't have to look or feel cheap. Instead, use inexpensive but well-made fabrics to create a gift you'll be proud to give away. While you're at it, why not make a reindeer or elf scarf to match?

Easy Peasy Elf Hat
 

Easy Peasy Elf Hat: Upcycle a pair of tights and create your own stylish hat. If you have limited sewing skills but still want to make hats for Christmas, consider making this super fun topper. Make one for yourself and one for your child - you can wear then around the house during the holiday season. Everyone shows Santa love during the holidays, but this project for Christmas finally gives elves their due. Brainstorm homemade Christmas ideas that are fun for the whole family and you won't be disappointed.

Santa Claus Hat: If you have construction paper and cotton balls, you can easily make this project. In fact this is one of those homemade Christmas ideas that the whole family can work on together. Make one for each member of your family and wear them on Christmas morning. This could be the start of a crafty family tradition. Hats for Christmas don't have to be sewn, crocheted, or knitted - use your hands and fold one in a flash.

Loom Knitted Santa Hats: Make a baby hat in less than two hours. Adults and kids alike always appreciate DIY Christmas gifts that require time and effort to create. You don't have to tell them that you didn't take months or even days to make this festive hat. Since you'll have so much extra time, make a few and give them to everyone you love. Simply adjust the size of your loom for different-sized hats.

 

 

 

Remember, if you enjoyed these ideas for 5 wearables, then you'll love getting even more projects in our free eBook, 11 Christmas Gift Ideas: Handmade Scarves, Hats and More.

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You can really play up an outfit for the holidays with just a few craft ideas, huh? I love the scarf made from garland. I can think of so many ways to use garland and clothes that I am sure I could make an entire holiday wardrobe if I wanted. I love that you can adorn any clothes with glittery thread or embroider names in bright colors on hat cuffs and such.

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