Ten of My Favorite Vintage Christmas Crafts

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Last week I shared ten of my favorite Christmas projects. I decided to share ten of my favorite vintage Christmas crafts. Why not start now?

It’s still Christmas in July. So many of you loved my post from last week titled Ten of My Favorite Christmas Projects so I decided to create another one. This time I am sharing Christmas crafts that have more of a vintage feel.

After writing both of these posts, I am really excited to start making my new Christmas crafts ideas. I hope to get started in a few weeks. Are there any particular types of crafts you would like to see this holiday season? Christmas wreaths? Christmas ornaments? Christmas wrapping ideas?

Please let me know.

Mercury Glass Christmas Ornaments

My Favorite Vintage Christmas Crafts

All of these vintage Christmas crafts aren’t truly vintage. Rather, they have a vintage feel. I hope some of these craft ideas inspire you to start early and make some wonderful crafts for the holidays.


I get asked all of the time where I get my inspiration for my Christmas crafts. Often I see a new fabric or stencil or type of paper and come up with a fun Christmas craft. Other times I might be inspired by a part of a decor idea and figure out a way to turn it into a holiday craft. The majority of the ideas I come up with aren’t even holiday crafts. They are everyday crafts that I turn into holiday crafts.


Ten Vintage Christmas Crafts

I hope you like these vintage Christmas crafts as much as I do! None of these projects are hard to make so don’t hesitate to make some of them!

Ten Vintage Christmas Crafts

I went through all of my blog posts and found ten of my favorite Christmas crafts. I think you are going to like these!

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Ten Vintage Christmas Crafts

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  1. Love your ideas! I plan on making the clay ornaments soon. I have heard that you can make a tree skirt out of your wedding dress and was wondering if you could explore this as I don’t know where to start. Thank you for any help/ideas you may have. My dress has a train.

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