Christmas Crafting Ideas – Home Matters

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The Home Matters Link Party is welcoming the arrival of December with some awesome Christmas crafting ideas. I’m sure you’ll love creating these budget-friendly holiday crafts. Enjoy!

Welcome to the weekly Home Matters Link Party #408!

A great place to come, share your blog posts, and make new friends.

The Home Matters Party has about 100 bloggers from around the world who share their home decor, crafts, and recipes each week. Thank you to all our participants!

Take a look at last week’s party in case you missed it!

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My contribution to the Christmas crafting ideas this week is my DIY Dollar Tree Christmas decor. I used the cheap “Joy to the World” sign to make a larger wood sign.

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Donna @ Modern On MonticelloFacebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Instagram

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Mel @ Decor, Craft, DesignTwitter | Pinterest | Instagram

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Allyson @ Southern SunflowersFacebook | Pinterest | Instagram — Please consider following me on social media. I share the weekly features on Facebook, Instagram, and newsletter.


Creatively Beth is sharing her Dollar Tree Christmas clothespin poinsettia. Her craft is budget-friendly and only takes 30 minutes to make. Use it as an ornament, place card or gift topper. Visit her blog for the tutorial!

Christmas crafting ideas - red clothespin poinsettia

Ann’s Entitled Life shares a detailed tutorial on how to make her Santa mason jar lid ornament. Not only can you use it as an ornament but also a gift topper. Ann has links on her post to six more of her handmade ornaments, too. Go check them out on her blog!

Christmas crafting ideas at the home matters link party - Santa ornament using mason jar lid

Birdz of a Feather is sharing her tutorial for an adorable Grinch crocheted phone case. These cases would be perfect for fun, whimsical gifts! On a separate note, you may be interested in Sara’s Alzheimers Crochet for a Cure fund which she founded. Hop over to her blog to get the Grinch pattern and read about her fund!

Christmas crafting ideas - crocheted grinch phone cases

Hunny I’m Home made Rae Dunn Christmas candles that will be perfect for your farmhouse style decor. A Cricut tutorial is provided to make this dollar store Christmas craft. Sorry, no picture available ~ drop by her blog to see how nice her candles look.

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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17 thoughts on “Christmas Crafting Ideas – Home Matters”

  1. Thanks SO much for sharing our Grinch pattern Allyson! While we do hope readers will purchase the eBook for the holidays so we can raise money for Alzheimers, I should mention that the Grinch pattern is free on our blog for anyone who would like to try it out :).

    1. Sara… oops, I’ll correct my mistake. I got so excited about your Alzheimers fund that I wasn’t paying attention to your tutorial that is clearly there. LOL

  2. Allyson,
    Thanks so much for hosting this delightful party each and every week!! I really appreciate the time and effort that goes into it along with visiting all the links and choosing Features!!! Thank You!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!

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