The holidays are almost here! Have you started your shopping and decorated your house? Maybe you’re looking forward to the family traditions that make your holidays special, like caroling, looking at Christmas lights, or wearing matching pajamas on Christmas Eve.
If you want to start a new tradition, why not include something handmade in your holiday season? Whether it’s a unique ornament made by your children, a beautiful centerpiece, or hand-crafted holiday cards, taking the time to make something unique, not just something that anyone can buy from the store, is a wonderful tradition to start.
Are you intrigued by the idea of handmade items for the holidays but need some guidance? We have some suggestions for you from our catalog.
Here, you’ll find lots of projects for kids and adults with clear instructions and illustrations. The book is divided into three sections: decorations, cards, and gifts, and projects are suitable for kids and adults.
Do you miss the Christmas decorations from your childhood? Handcrafted Christmas is for those who love the aesthetic of vintage holiday decorations. You’ll even learn the history behind each decoration!
Homemade Holiday by Sophie Pester
Handmade treats, garland for your tree, an Advent calendar and more are all included here. You’ll find lots of inspiring last-minute ideas for when you need a gift now.
Kids will have a blast making games, toys, t-shirts, and more; there are even projects for New Year’s Eve, so they can keep crafting through Christmas break!
If your kids love crafts, make sure to visit the library this Friday, December 8th, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for Ho, Ho, Ho Holiday Crafts in the children’s section!
We hope we’ve inspired you to create something beautiful or even start a new holiday tradition this year!