How to Have a Felt Christmas Wonderland Everyone Will Love

by Ivy B
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As the weather cools down (and likely warms up again for Christmas … because Florida), I’m looking for ways to get my house in the Christmas spirit.  I may decorate to trick my brain into feeling like it’s winter.  And, I may also be tempted to turn down the A/C just enough to make hot chocolate or a mid-day coffee seem appropriate.

Though, the moment I step outside in my sweater, I’ll realize I’ve been living a dream.  Then, I’ll quickly trade my sweater for a short-sleeved shirt and pout for a few weeks.  Then, after Christmas is over, we’ll finally get to keep cold weather.

It happens like that just about every year in Florida!

Now, I don’t consider myself the craftiest of people and I certainly don’t have tons of time on my hands to do much crafting.  However, felt has a special place in my heart!  I feel like it’s the perfect crafting medium that requires little time unless you really feel like getting into so interesting projects.

Also, because I’m a mom with young kids still, felt is the perfect choice when coming up with crafts.  It’s relatively inexpensive and durable for little hands.  That’s why I love Felt Christmas crafts and projects.

I’ve rounded up quite a few felt Christmas crafts and projects to help you create a festive home, even if you have little ones running around the house.  Plus, there a felt Christmas crafts perfect for all ages and crafting skill levels… even the laziest of crafters like myself!

More than 25 festive Felt Christmas Crafts and projects for every skill and age to help you turn your home into a Felt Christmas Wonderland. | www.sahmplus.com

Over 25 Festive Felt Christmas Crafts and Projects

Felt Christmas Tree Ornament from Easy Peasy and Fun

15-Minute Felt Candy Cane Garland from Hey Let’s Make Stuff

Felt Christmas Stocking: Beginner Sewing Project for Kids from Rainy Day Mum

Elf Boots – Felt Christmas Ornament from The DIY Dreamer

DIY Scented Christmas Tree Ornaments from Gym Craft Laundry

DIY Danish Christmas Heart Craft from Mama in the Now

Toddler Felt Christmas Tree from SAHM, plus…

Mason Jar and Felt Christmas Gnome from Hey Let’s Make Stuff

DIY Christmas Felt Pine Tree from Mommy Moment

Felt Ornament Craft for Christmas from Pastels and Macarons

Felt Christmas Tree Growth Chart – a no-sew project from Life Sew Savory

Deer and Fox Felt Christmas Ornaments from Cutesy Crafts

DIY Felt Flower Christmas Tree from The Happy Housie

Felt Candy Ornaments from Happiness is Homemade

DIY Candy Cane Felt Garland from Sew What Alicia

Poinsettia Felt Christmas Ornament from DIY Candy

Button and Felt Christmas Ornaments from Cutesy Crafts

Felt Christmas Ornaments from The DIY Dreamer

DIY Felt Christmas Light Garland from Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom

Felt Christmas Table Runner from Life Sew Savory

Felt Christmas Gift Card Holders from DIY Candy

DIY Upcycled Felt Christmas Garland from Duct Tape and Denim

Giant Christmas Felt Letters from Pillar Box Blue

Felt Poinsettia Christmas Decorations from Happiness is Homemade

3D Felt Christmas Ornament from Dollar Store Crafts

Holiday Felt Flower Wreath from Tater Tots and Jello

Felt Cookie Ornaments Tutorial from Life Sew Savory

What do you think??  Do you have enough Felt Christmas Craft inspiration to get you going for a while?

What’s your favorite way to decorate for Christmas with kids?

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5 comments

Mary Leigh October 25, 2017 - 2:46 pm

We love felt projects around here. They are really wonderful when you have small kids around since they can’t get broken! This is a great round-up!

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Julie October 29, 2017 - 9:26 am

Thanks. These are very cute. I have lots of felt 12×12 squares could you give me any ideas for Spring?

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Ivy B October 29, 2017 - 10:15 am

Ah yes! I can definitely try to pull together a roundup for Spring in the near future 😀

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Catherine November 1, 2017 - 4:29 am

I love love love this post. Such great ideas here. Just pinned it.

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