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20 Felt Christmas Crafts You Can Make With Simple Instructions


Felt is a great material that can be used to make adorable crafts for the holiday season. We have compiled a list of 20 felt Christmas crafts that are fun to make.

There is no better time to get crafty than during the holidays.

In my house, we love to make homemade Christmas ornaments to add to our tree each year, but we always end up creating other fun projects as well!

More Christmas Craft Ideas:

Obviously, we love to craft. That is what this website is all about! We definitely love Christmas Crafts too. Like this 3D Reindeer Decoration, Merry Christmas Handmade Cards, and this Snow Globe Ornament.

Take a look around and see all of the craft tutorials we have!

What Can I Make with Felt for Christmas?

When it comes to felt crafts for Christmas, the possibilities really are endless.

  • Ornaments
  • Banners
  • Wreaths
  • Handmade Gifts
  • Seasonal Flowers
  • 3D Decor
  • Garlands
  • And So Much More!

If you are looking for ideas, you have come to the right place since that is what this article is all about!

Many of these projects are beginner-friendly, so even if it’s your first time working with felt, you can have confidence in completing the craft.

Christmas Felt Crafts:

Simply click on the image or title to be taken to the step-by-step tutorial.

1. Mini Christmas Banner from Holiday Crafts and Creations

If you have been looking for some homemade Christmas ideas, then this mini Christmas banner could be a great project for you. This cute banner is sure to bring a touch of Christmas joy to your home.

2. Magnolia Holiday Wreath from Benzie Design

Get holiday ready. Deck your wall and warm your heart with our DIY Merry Magnolia Wreath (as seen in Better Homes & Garden’s Make it Yourself magazine!).

3. First Flake Felt Christmas Ornaments from Betz White

I want to share a quick little ornament tutorial to kick off your holiday crafting! I named this First Flake because I love that feeling of excitement when the first flakes of snowfall each winter.

4. Twisted Felt Garland from Purl Soho

The holidays are such a great time to do craft projects. With the weather getting colder and family and friends all around it’s the perfect time to settle in and do something creative.

5. Felt Poinsettia Pin from Tidy Mom

These Poinsettia Pins are as fun to wear as they are to make.

6. Felt Candy Cane Christmas Tree from One Little Project

Make an easy felt and candy cane Christmas tree favor using our printable template! They’re perfect to give to friends or teachers and you can make each one in about 5 minutes and there is no sewing!

7. Felt Christmas Lights Garland from Oh Yay Studio

Today I am sharing the pattern for how to make these ADORABLLLLLLE felt Christmas bulbs! You can turn them into a garland or individual ornaments, both are cute and whimsical and colorful and so so so cute!

8. Gingerbread House Felt Ornament from Cutesy Crafts

Such a cute addition to our Christmas tree, and the kids love it!

9. DIY Jolly Letters from Made In A Day

See how I make DIY Fabric covered letters with decoupage glue for the holidays! Cover paper mache letters with red felt and ball trim for fun Christmas decor.

10. Nordic Felted Christmas Gnomes from DIY Candy

Learn how to make a gnome for Christmas! These felt gnomes are very easy to make with paper cones, felt, and simple supplies.

11. Felt Ribbon Candy from Tauni Everett

I know you have all seen the old-fashioned ribbon candy that typically shows up during the holiday season. They’re so pretty and one of my favorite candies to look at.  So today, I’m sharing my Felt Ribbon Candy with you.

12. Felt Garland from Pam Garrison

Anthropology-inspired felt strip garland. Feel free to put it on display year-round!

13. Make Your Own Mistletoe from Stay At Home Artist

Make a beautiful felt mistletoe. These are so much prettier than the ugly plastic ones you can buy.

14. Felt Ombre Snowflake Trivet from The Crafty Blog Stalker

Learn how to make a Felt Ombre Snowflake Trivet using the Cricut Explore. Yes, the Explore can cut felt too! An easy DIY craft tutorial idea for functional winter home decor. 

15. Felt Pine Trees from The Crafted Sparrow

I thought it would be fun to use one of my favorite crafting materials to create these Felt Pine Trees for my holiday decor this year.  I originally saw something similar online for sale for {GET THIS} $65 – $95 per tree!  WHAT!!! Nope, no way, not gonna happen.  So I made my own and they turned out pretty darn similar.

16. Felt Leaf Garland from Lindsay Stephenson

I was inspired by Dickens “A Christmas Carol” – Growing up, we’d watch the movie before Christmas and what always stood out for me (what symbolized Christmas) was the beautiful scenes in Nephew Fred’s home during the holidays.

17. Penguin Felt Stuffie from Lia Griffith

Along with our printable template, all you need to make this cute penguin stuffie is sheets of felt in black, white, orange, and teal, a bag of stuffing, embroidery thread, and a couple black buttons for his eyes. the hand stitching really makes him pop!

18. Easy Felt Holiday Tree Ornaments from Frugal Family Home

Making Christmas tree ornaments each year has been a tradition with my kids since my daughter was little. It is always fun to make one or two new ornaments each year with them.

19. Ribbon Candy Felt Garland from Dabble Dabble Do

Babble Dabble Do is devoted to kid’s projects but every once in a while I like to feature a little goodie of all you grown-ups, after all, you’re the ones reading the blog! In that vein, this project is for you.

20. Felt Pine Cones from My Husband Has Too Many Hobbies

Pinecones make such a beautiful fall display, but what do you do if you don’t have any pinecones available?  Why not make a few of your own.  We are sharing an easy tutorial on how you can make these fabulous pinecones for yourself.

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Our Crafting Essentials List:

  • The Cricut Cutting Machine is easily our favorite crafting tool. We use it in so many of our tutorials!
  • This Fiskars Paper Trimmer is easy to use and cuts nicely without frayed edges.
  • These Scotch Precision Scissors cut like a dream and you get multiple pairs in a pack!
  • Keep those started project supplies organized and separated with Stacking Plastic Baskets. I always work on more than 1 project at a time and these baskets really help me from losing supplies.

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