Stay Crafty! Things to do between Christmas and New Year
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- Written by: Crafter's Companion
So here we are, the big day has come and gone and we’re living in a festive bubble of wrapping paper, (delicious) leftovers and your least favourite chocolates left in the bottom of the tin. It’s that strange and nebulous time between Christmas and New Year, when days of the week lose all meaning and getting dressed feels optional.
Here at Crafter’s Companion we have a jam-packed 2021 lined up for you all, so to keep you crafting until then we’ve come up with a handy list of things to do between Christmas and New Year!
Below are some of our favourite step-by-step craft projects from the past year to keep your creative cogs turning, and we’ve also included a few beginners guides so all abilities can get stuck in!
What better way to show your appreciation for all those wonderful gifts than with a home-made Thank You card? This simple straightforward project has just four steps, so it’s perfect for beginners and for the more experienced crafter there’s plenty of opportunity to add your own creative touches!
This stunning sparkler is a great way to hone your FOILPRESS skills and learn how to include shaker elements at the same time! This could be the perfect way to add a touch of glitz to your crafting repertoire.
Who could say no to this bundle of fun! You’ll be the toast of every party with this creation from the Balloon sentiments range. And the best part is it’s so simple to make!
This gorgeous gift bag from the Sara Signature Rose Garden collection is the ideal way to show someone just how much you care – and a great opportunity to break out of the cardmaking box and try something a little different!
Sewing and Quilting Projects
We reckon you could use this tote bag for just about anything, not least carrying your crafting stash around! And it’s a great way to say goodbye to plastic bags and hello to needlecraft!
How cute is this little pouch to hold your pocket tissues? You’ll be smiling through your cold with this project as it’s super simple and only requires a few materials!
Now that you’re an established sewist you’ll need to keep your needles and pins in check! What better way than with this adorable wrist strap flower pin cushion?
This beautiful quilted table runner project from Jennie Rayment would be a stunning addition to any table. And not only is it a simple and fun way to get into quilting, choosing your own fabric and colours is a great way to show your own creativity!
Well we hope we’ve given you some food for thought and kept those nimble fingers crafting through the Christmas break! If you’ve spotted something you fancy trying but aren’t sure where to start – here’s a handy collection of beginner’s guides to help you get cracking!