Folded Paper Lucky Stars | The Crafty Sisters
These simple folded paper stars are easy and making a whole bunch of them makes for a great effect in a bowl or jar (or in a clear ornament like shown here!) Pop in a holiday movie and start folding… It’s a Wonderful Life, anyone? or maybe A Charlie Brown Christmas?
Nine Ladies Dancing Ballerina Ornaments | Remodelaholic
My girls both love dancing (to their own rhythm!) and twirling like ballerinas, so they’d be thrilled with a tree or garland full of these simply elegant ornaments.
DIY Paper Village | Saved By Love Creations
It’s always a let-down to have to take down ALL of the decorations after New Year’s, so I love having a few wintertime decorations that can stay up from December through January and even into February if I feel like it! Use this template to to create a classic winter village facade that will be cheery for the whole winter. A battery-operated tealight or pillar candle set behind makes it come alive!
Simple Christmas Flower | Remodelaholic
This is a simple paper craft for even young crafters. Use two-toned (and sparkly!) paper to add depth and watch how pretty it looks as they twirl!
DIY Paper Poinsettias | Lia Griffith
Both gold and red poinsettias are so festive and just downright beautiful. Make a few paper ones of your own to put on your tree or mantel, or use one as a beautiful gift topper.
Twisted Paper Snowflake or Diamond | Remodelaholic
Here’s another throwback paper craft! Do you remember making these in grade school? An oldie but a goodie, and shimmery paper makes them even more impressive.
Folded Paper Dictionary Page Flower | From Dahlias to Doxies
Of course, you don’t have to sacrifice an old book to make these flowers, but it does look amazing! Tuck a few in the tree or into a pine bough swag or garland.
Santa’s Sleigh and Reindeer Garland |Proper
If you have little ones eagerly awaiting Santa’s arrival, this garland is sure to make their eyes light up! I love the simple classic style it adds to any mantel. And a little red bell for Rudolph’s nose? Adorable!
Criss-Cross Paper Ornament | Remodelaholic
These criss-cross ornaments are easy to make in practically any shape, and they look wonderful as they twirl on the tree.
Paper Towel Roll Flowers | Blog a la Cart
The mighty paper towel (or toilet paper) roll makes for a super simple ornament for even the littlest fingers. Paint them in whatever colors fit your fancy, and you’re good to go! These would be fun gift toppers, as well.