Homemade Christmas Tree Decorations (Denmark)
These modern trees look so stylish and the illustrated tutorial in Danish is very easy to follow.
Wooden Snowman Christmas Ornaments (Germany)
Aren’t these so adorable? If you have a hand at woodworking, you could consider making these for your own tree or to give as gifts to someone else.
Upcycled Bottle Candle Wreath (Spain)
This project shows you how to transform a bottle into this clever looking wreath. The page is in Spanish but the images explain the technique well and you can use the translator as well.
Bottle Lid Snowman (Australia)
Wouldn’t this be a great recycling Christmas craft to do with the kids? The best part is that a minimal amount of supplies is needed for this project for a maximum amount of fun.
Paper Renaissance Houses (England)
Create this village with old world charm for your mantel. Complete with instructions and pattern download for the houses.
Country Christmas Ornaments (Italy)
Would you believe that the apple and orange slices are painted? They look so lovely and realistic. Read more to find out how they are made. Website is in Italian but there is a translator you can use.
Christmas Paper Star Garland (Canada)
It does not take much to create a festive and decorative garland to deck the room at Christmas.
Cardboard Snowflakes (Israel)
These snowflakes are so colorful and simple for kids to craft on a cold winter’s day.
Paper Houses Advent Calendar (Sweden)
What a cute and simple project using just paper bags and washi tape.
Fingerless Gloves and Matching Beanie in Fair Isle Style (Austria)
This gorgeous set would be a perfect gift to give someone special on Christmas. Pattern and instructions on the site are in German.
Natural Advent Decoration (Austria)
The simplicity and naturalness of this project make it beautiful decoration for the holidays. All you need is what Mother Nature supplies you, candles and a large flat bowl. More information can be found at the link. The page is written in German.