Have you ever wondered why some people make so many DIY projects during Christmas? Yes, we know most do for their love for craft and home decoration. But in some cases, it’s to raise some money. Raising money, particularly by doing something you love is not wrong at all. It’s an excellent opportunity for those people who’re looking for ways to showcase their creativity to others. And since homemade Christmas decorations are fairly easy to make, you can make some good bucks as well. Not millions, but enough to send your loved ones’ beautiful gifts. Keeping that in mind, we’ve got you a collection of Christmas decorations you can make and sell at church bazaars, fundraisers, EBay or any other place you like.
30 Christmas Decorations You Can Make And Sell
Snowy Mason Jars:
Let it snow with this magnificent snowy mason jars. You must be wondering that mason jars are so common during holidays, how will they make money for you? So just FYI, the popularity of mason jar decorative items is not going to fade anytime soon. So no matter how many you make, these jars are sure to sell out.
Candle Wicks And Cinnamon Stick:
Pottery barn is so expensive that very few people can afford to purchase its decoration items. But if you make replica of Pottery Barn products, they’re gonna sell like hot cakes. This Pottery-Barn-inspired candle will spread the house with the warm scent of cinnamon. And it’s all natural and inexpensive to make too.
Snow Globe Picture:
This one will definitely be a hit because most of the people would be tired of the traditional round snow globe and must be looking for some variation. There’s even plenty of room for creativity in this snow globe picture. Just don’t forget the snow.
Those who’re unable to make real snowmen in their yard because of lack of snow would definitely opt for this wooden snowmen family. The best thing about this decoration is that the material required for making it would probably be lying in your house. And please feel free to customize it.
Cinnamon Stick Tree Ornament:
These cinnamon stick tree ornaments are literally cute as a button. We’re sure they’ll smell great too, when they’re hung from the tree. We’d suggest you selling them in sets of three. And don’t forget to use loads of buttons to make them stand out.
Ice Cream Ornaments:
Who said you can’t enjoy ice cream in winters? Well, you cannot eat it, but you can at least make it to sell in Christmas bazars. The image shows how beautiful these colorful ice cream cones will look against a silver Christmas tree. It will rock a white Christmas tree as well.
Christmas Place Cards:
These Christmas place cards are so beautiful that we can’t help marveling its beauty. And when it’s looking so beautiful in picture, imagine how popular it will be in your station? It will sell like hot cakes.
Candy Cane Mice:
If you want to attract children to your stall, make sure you sell these candy cane mice. Even parents can purchase these candy cane mice as favors at the holiday dinner. They will even make delightful gifts to place or hang on the tree.
Peanut Christmas Garland:
This is one of the most original and unseen decoration you can make and sell this Christmas. These characters, made from peanuts and other materials would seem familiar to several people. And this is precisely what will make it extremely popular in your stall.
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Felt Ball Wreath:
Those who’re tired of the traditional wreaths will definitely consider this felt ball wreath for purchase. It’s beautiful, colorful and will come together in less than half an hour. You just need to purchase a hot glue gun, loads of mini pompoms and a wreath form for this decoration.
Cute Heart Ornaments:
If you have an old and worn out sweater at home, which you’re thinking of discarding, then wait a moment. We’ve got an excellent idea to make use of it. Cut small hearts from it, make a loop using yarn and sell them in packs of three.
Animal Part Spoons:
Yes, you can easily make these wooden spoons at home and we guarantee you that it will be the first one to sell off. These spoons are unique, brilliantly conceptualized and won’t even take much of your time. You can customize it as per your wish.
Christmas Cookie Garland:
Technically, these are not decoration, as you don’t want molds and bugs to get on your decoration. It will even emit a rancid smell within a few days of hanging. But at least, you can present them to guests or relatives as return favor. The pastel colors will definitely be a high selling point.
Pasta Christmas Tree:
Yes, pasta Christmas trees are real and they work really well, both for decoration and selling. As seen in the picture, you can use different types of pasta for this craft, such as macaroni, shell pasta, penne pasta, spiral pasta, bow tie pasta and more.
Wooden Christmas Trees:
Another handmade decoration, which is sure to be a major hit in your stall. It can be a bit tricky for those who’ve never tried their hands at something like this. But if you have even slightest idea of wood cutting and crafting, just go for it.
Cute Christmas Ornaments:
How cute and fun looking are these Christmas tree ornaments? You just have to showcase some basic painting skills on a wooden slice to make these ornaments.
Kate’s Wooden Village:
Several people in the bazar would line up to purchase these cute wooden homes, especially those who wish to create a mini village on top of their mantelpiece. Ensure that you put LED lights in the house.
Mini Mitten Ornaments:
If you have a flair for knitting, you can try your hands on these mitten ornaments. People will definitely consider buying it because very few people know knitting and the one available in markets are super expensive.
You’ll need some help from your little one for creating these thumbprint ornaments. And we’re sure they’ll happily assist you in this.
Cinnamon Applesauce Heart Ornaments:
These are the cutest ornaments and we definitely want people to see them only in your stall.
Bottle Cap Ornaments:
Next time, when you’re drinking soda, do not throw away the caps, especially if you’re looking to make some quick bucks. Make these extremely easy bottle cap ornaments using basic craft supplies, like paint, marker, button, twine, ribbons and more.
Petite Christmas Tree:
Simplicity meets awesomeness in this Christmas decoration. While many onlookers would think of making the same at their home, some may even consider buying it. You just need to make the presentation as elegant as possible.
Popsicle Snowflake Ornaments:
To make these ornaments, you just need to arrange, stick with glue and spray paint the popsicle sticks. Arrange it in such a way in your stall that it looks like an indoor wall scene. It will attract customers.
Mini Spoon Trees:
Get a few packets of plastic spoons, cut off the handle, paint it gray and stick on a cardboard cone. Your plastic spoon Christmas tree is ready to be displayed on your stall.
These magical and beautiful ice branches will definitely strike well with your customers. It actually looks like branches with ice droplets. Pair with a homemade vase and it’s sure to click with the customers.
Bowtie Pasta Garland:
You just need to hunt your pantry for creating this sparkling and elegant DIY garland. You can use any colored glitter for this project, but gold looks best with it. Even red will look good.
Let It Snow Sign:
To make this palette sign, you’ll need a few blocks of wood, nails, hammer and white paint. The one featured in the picture displays the wording “Let it Snow”, but you can use any of your favorite Christmas expression.
Don’t shy away from creating this shiny and glittery tinsel garlands. Since white Christmas trees are gaining popularity with every passing day, people may buy this garland to deck it since gold looks best against white. You can even try selling some homemade ornaments along with it.
Branch Christmas Tree:
This branch Christmas tree will definitely be considered by people living in apartments. These people usually refrain from buying full sized Christmas trees because of space issues. They might consider this branch Christmas tree as an alternative.
Upgrade And Sell Plain Glass Ornaments:
Plain glass ornaments don’t cost more than a dollar, but if you can deck it up with your creativity, you can sell them for a couple of dollars. This means you can make more than 100 percent profit with these ornaments.
Let us know what you feel about these Christmas decorations you can make and sell in the comment section. We’d even want to know if you’ve made any of these craft before or if you’ve tried selling any of your work online or offline. It would be a tremendous help to our readers.