If you’re looking to fill your home with uniqueChristmas tree craft Christmas decorations, handmake your cards or even gifts, there are some wonderful craft experts out there who share their ideas and knowledge through their blogs

Here are some of the best Christmas craft blogs and websites:


Who doesn’t like decorating for Christmas, but at this time of year, money can be tight for new decorations. But with a little imagination you can make the most wonderful decorations yourself. This blog shares how-to ideas and inspirations to help inspire your to get DIY crafting this Christmas. Visit the National Design Academy


Explore everything Pinterest has to offer. You can pin and save what you find on Pinterest, why not give it a go! Learn how to make paper ornaments or learn how to create gingerbread playdoh! Visit Pinterest


Redtedart brings together the best seasonal craft ideas. This is a great blog which you can explore with your children. The blog will inspire you to try something new and encourage you to go and get crafty. Visit Redtedart


From learning how to make clay mitten decorations to creating a crochet candy cane wreath - Hobbycraft is one of the best Christmas craft blogs. Visit Hobbycraft,


The Crafty Crow is a children’s craft collective with a dedicated Christmas section, full of ideas to make with the younger members of the family. The handpainted wood ornaments are delightful and the handmade watercolour wrapping paper is an ideal way to personalise presents. Visit The Crafty Crow’s Christmas section


For the knitters among you, the brilliantly named Damn, Knit & Blast It has some lovely ideas for knitting all year round, many of which would make wonderful presents. Get those needles clacking! Visit Damn, Knit & Blast It


PartiCraft is a paper crafting blog with daily ideas for cards, and other creative makes using paper and card. Check out the lovely traditional Christmas card or this chic white Christmas card. Visit PartiCraft


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There are lots of craft apps you can download. One example is Etsy, which is the largest online handmade marketplace, and their craft apps work well whether you want to look through listings for inspiration, get connected with fellow crafters through the community features, or check on your store to see your sales go up. These apps are free for iOS and Android platforms.


Last updated October 2023