Every year, as part of their Christmas gift, I give Christmas decorations to my brother and his family. Most years I hand make them but I have occasionally been pressed for time and purchased decorations. The most epic creations were from 2020 when we all had plenty of time for a certain 6 weeks. This year I had time to make them a decoration each. I finished the last 2 today.
For my nephew L, I made a felt lion. No pattern for this one, just eyeballed some pics on the internet and drew my own pattern for this.
For my step-nephew F, I made a Christmas tree from an old pair of jeans and practiced using the fancy stitches on my sewing machine. I love how this turned out and will be making some more of these for myself.
For my sister-in-law H, I used some small embroidery hoops I repurposed from a previous Christmas decoration project and cross stitched Ho Ho Ho. The ribbon is saved from a family Christmas a few years ago.
And for my brother, I made 2 sets of bells out of recycled nespresso pods that I got off a friend. The bells hanging out the bottom are saved from Lindt gold bunnies.
I hope that inspires some Christmas crafting creativity in your house.