I may be a little over-ambitious (it happens a lot), but I was poking around recently online and found ten Christmas projects I’d like to make. They range from pretty to modern to retro — and I love them all. I doubt I’ll be able to get them all done, but a girl can always dream, can’t she? I was particularly impressed by the festive candy cane sign above, because it’s actually not as difficult as it appears. I love those type of projects – not too hard but with a big impact! Do you want to see some other project I like for the holidays? Click through the jump!
Vintage Wreath 1 of 9Suzy uses gorgeous vintage ornaments to make her stunning wreaths.
See more images at The Wreath Blog
Napkin Rings 2 of 9With some various felt colors and a glue gun, you can have holly napkin rings that add an elegant touch to any table.
Find the how-to at Better Homes and Gardens
Ornament Tree 3 of 9This simple tree made with hanging ornaments is a no-mess and modern alternative to a real tree.
Learn more about the project at Not Martha
Winter Village 4 of 9Templates are provided to make a whole village of this dainty little houses.
Learn more about the project at Martha Stewart
Paper Ornaments 5 of 9If you can roll paper, then you can make these pretty and bright ornaments.
Get the instructions at Paper, Plate and Plane
Noel Display 6 of 9This cute holiday display was made with paper, spools and pencils.
Learn more about the project at Scrappergirl
Candy Cane Sweater 7 of 9A thrift store sweater turns into a candy cane cutie with red buttons and twine embellishments.
See the tutorial at Grosgrain Fabulous
Pretty Bottles 8 of 9Epsom salts provide the snow effect on these gorgeous wine bottles.
Find the step-by-step at CleverlyInspired
Tissue Trees 9 of 9Three different effects, all made with tissue paper and glued to a cardboard base.
See the how-to at Creative Mommas
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