It’s time to start planning for the holiday with the help of these budget Christmas craft ideas that were featured at this week’s Home Matters Link Party. You’ll see a variety of homemade crafts that will fit your budget, such as, Dollar Tree crafts, gift bags and tags. Enjoy!
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BUDGET CHRISTMAS CRAFT IDEAS
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WHAT I’M SHARING THIS WEEK
Since the features this week revolve around budget Christmas crafts, I thought I’d share two of my Dollar Tree crafts that are really cheap to make. Hop over to each craft and you can “pin for later!”
FEATURED BUDGET CHRISTMAS IDEAS
Antonella, from White House Crafts, shared how she made her own Christmas gift tags using puffy stickers. Aren’t they super cute? Scrapbook paper and stickers are inexpensive to purchase. Follow her tutorial and you’ll see how easy these gift tags are to craft.
Jenna, from The Painted Apron, has the perfect idea for crafting your own gift bags that is sure to fit your Christmas budget. Just grab some markers or paint and your all set to customize your bags. When you drop by her blog, make sure you also take a look at her awesome painted angel tags!
Lois, from Walking on Sunshine Recipes, has a mason jar sugar cookie mix recipe that will make the perfect, budget-friendly Christmas gift. She offers the mason jar tag as a free printable. Get all cute and festive by crafting the outside of the jar like Lois did by attaching a cookie cutter and tag using pretty ribbon. While you’re on her blog, check out her cocoa mix and printable for another inexpensive gift in a jar idea!
Fat Dad Foodie, is sharing a Christmas Oreo peppermint cookie recipe that looks festive with holiday colors. For an easy craft idea, you can package up these cookies in a recycled, paper covered Pringles can, or place them in a Ziploc bag with a scrapbook paper bag topper attached and you’ve got a nice budget-friendly Christmas gift for a neighbor or friend.
I hope you enjoyed this week’s features! Let me know in the comment section what you’re sharing this week so I can easily find you. Thanks for linking up!
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