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10 Christmas Crafts Made with Food


If you’re looking to decorate your home with handmade items this holiday season, check out these adorable Christmas crafts you can make with food and kitchen items you probably already have on hand.


  • Cinnamon Sticks 1 of 10
    Cinnamon Sticks

    Rustic charm that smells delightful too.
    Learn how to make Cinnamon Stick Ornament via Stepping Through Crazy

  • Cranberries 2 of 10
    Cranberries

    A bit of greenery (fresh herbs, perhaps) and fresh cranberries work to make this a a truly delightful centerpiece.
    Learn how to make Illuminating Holiday Jars via Better Homes and Gardens

  • Gumdrops 3 of 10
    Gumdrops

    Children will love using candy to create these decorations.
    Learn how to make Gumdrop Trees via Make and Takes

  • Flour and Water 4 of 10
    Flour and Water

    Capturing a piece of where you kids are right now to hang on the tree for years to come.
    Learn how to make Handprint Ornaments via Under the Table and Dreaming

  • Pasta 5 of 10
    Pasta

    Fun pasta shapes becomes sparkling snowflakes before your eyes.
    Learn how to make Macaroni Snowflakes via Katy Elliot

  • Peppermint Candies 6 of 10
    Peppermint Candies

    Simple and sweet and easy enough for kids.
    Learn how to make Peppermint Ornaments via Martha Stewart

  • More Peppermint Candies 7 of 10
    More Peppermint Candies

    A true statement wreath.
    Learn how to make Peppermint Candy Wreath via My Blessed Life

  • Popcorn 8 of 10
    Popcorn

    Photo tutorial changes your popcorn strand into a wreath.
    Learn how to make Popcorn Wreaths via pourfemme

  • Marshmallows 9 of 10
    Marshmallows

    These snowmen are cute enough to eat! Good thing you can.
    Learn how to make Marshmallow Snowmen via Cute Food for Kids

  • Hard Candies 10 of 10
    Hard Candies

    A tree tower of sweets.
    Learn how to make a sweet Christmas tree via Craft-Craft

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