Who wouldn’t want to make extra cash for the holidays? I know I can use it! Today I’m sharing how to make a few simple Christmas craft ideas to sell. Oh, and you might want to make extras to give as gifts and don’t forget yourself.
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#1 Wood Block Christmas Trees
These fancy little woodblock Christmas trees were so fun to make and easier than they look. Easier than icing on a cookie! No, they’re not edible, but they look like they should be. Do they remind you of Christmas cookies? Good reason, I used texture in the paint.
CLICK HERE to learn how to make these beautiful wood trees for your Christmas holiday season.
#2 Wood Block Gnomes
These are by far my most popular pin on Pinterest, and for a good reason. These lovable little guys (I think they’re creepy) sell like hotcakes, and they make great Christmas gifts.
CLICK HERE to watch a VIDEO TUTORIAL on how to make these Wood Gnomes.
#3 DIY One Board Wood Church – Christmas Craft Ideas
All you need is one board and a little imagination with the DIY Christmas craft idea.
CLICK HERE to learn how quickly you can make these. You might need to call up your girlfriend for an evening of crafting fun and a little wine 🍷 down.
#4 DIY Wooden Churches
These snow-kissed wooden churches bring me such joy, so I had to share. I love that I can use them to decorate indoors or out from Christmas until Spring.
CLICK HERE to learn how to make these fun and crafty shelf sitters.
#5 Christmas Tree Door – Christmas Craft Ideas
You’ll never believe that this was a curbside find, and this is how it looks now!
CLICK HERE to see how I used a repurposed door and transformed it into this fantastic Christmas tree door.
#6 Rustic Wood Christmas Trees
Leftovers never get thrown out at Do Dodson Designs. When I say leftovers, I mean scrap wood, and again, these wood trees can be used all winter long. I used decoupage paper and distressed them for a worn vintage look.
CLICK HERE to learn how I used old fence pickets to make these adorable trees and how I display them on my front porch for Christmas.
Rustic Christmas Churches – Christmas Craft Ideas #7
I love rustic Christmas decor, especially when it’s made from scrap wood. These churches do not disappoint and are super easy to make. I hung mine on the wall beside my Christmas tree. It brings back sweet memories of a little country church I attended with my Grandma as a young girl.
CLICK HERE to learn how to make them.
If I had to pick one of these Christmas crafts ideas as my favorite, I don’t think I could. I love them all! Which one is your favorite?
Thanks for joining me here today, and I hope this gives you some ideas on how you can make that extra moolah for the holidays. As always, I’d love to hear from you, and don’t forget to share and PIN these ideas to your Christmas Decor boards for future reference.
Until the next project… xo, Do
And it’s the end of the month when I share some creative ideas from a group of talented bloggers I call my my Heart Friends! Click the links below for some fabulous ideas!
The Best Cranberry Orange Muffins For The Holidays by White Lilac Farmhouse
How To Create A Sentimental Footed Tray by Feet Under My Table
6 Beautiful Gift Wrapping Ideas by Peacock Ridge Farm
Designer Books For Home Decor by Reinvented Deleware