Here in the UK, winter is definitely settling in. The snow and ice from December may be gone, but it’s still feeling very chilly outside. What better time to start a cosy winter craft project than on these cold January and February days.
This container by Craftberry Bush looks like a chunky knit and it’s perfect for storing your journaling pens or your favourite plant.
This macrame headband from DIY Macrame World is not only a project to keep you busy, but a practical item to keep you warm in this winter weather.
I love the idea of recycling an old tree trunk into a vase for a centrepiece or side table. It looks so lovely with the winter branches nestled inside.
Wish you could keep the snow around a little longer? Then why not make a snowy forest terrarium for your mantlepiece with this DIY by AVE Styles.
If you need a craft for a rainy day or an evening in, then you should try this lovely sparrow-in-winter embroidery pattern by Diana Vingert. The tutorial is on YouTube and you can purchase the PDF pattern from her shop.
Brighten someone’s winter day by gifting them this cute snowflake shaped soap by Soap Deli News.
You can find more ideas in our Winter Crafts section.
Emma is an English teacher who travels a lot. Adventuring around the world is her passion, with Japan being one of her favourite destinations. She loves baking, photography, sweet treats, and all things Disney. If Emma was a Pokémon, she’d definitely be a Pikachu.