Perhaps the most important part of any Christmas day is the communal gathering of family and friends around the Christmas dinner table and what better occasion is there to show off your festive crafting prowess? Take a look at the following 17 projects and find the inspiration you’ll need to produce a curated and memorable Christmas dinner table display.
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How to Sew a Christmas Table Runner
The fantastic thing about taking the time to craft a high quality festive table runner is that it can be reused for years to come, and passed down from generation to generation. There are several different ways to create your table runner, each of varying levels of intricacy and impact.
Use a Sewing Machine to quilt some Festive Fat Quarters into neat geometric patterns and add colour and interest to the centre of the dinner table. Take a look at the above tutorial from the Hobbycraft blog for a step-by-step guide. There are several different festive Fat Quarter packs to choose from!
How to Print Festive Table Linen by Annie Sloan
Take a look at Annie Sloan’s simple, Nordic-inspired printing tutorial and see just how easy it is to create a minimal, rustic table runner. Use Fabric Paint and Christmas Stamps to create a pattern of your own.
How to make a Star Bright Crochet Table Runner by Susan Lowman on All Free Crochet
This glorious crochet star table runner will serve as an impressive decoration for the dinner table, or even around the house! This will work best with a high quality, heavy yarn.
How to Make a Woodland Cloche
Centerpieces are the focal point of your festive dinner table that all else moves around. If you have any space left in between the spuds and yorkshire puds, why not try your hand at crafting a warming, wintry scene?
Wooden Cloches are an excellent way to elevate a centerpiece. Take a look at the above post from the Hobbycraft blog and see how you can create a miniature woodland world within yours using these fantastic Bottlebrush Trees ». What festive tales does it conjure?
How to make a DIY Yule Log Tutorial by Michelle at The Painted Hinge
This traditional yule log looks absolutely fantastic in the centre of a dinner table and adds some calming candles to the focal point of everybody’s gaze. Use some Artificial Holly and Pine Cone Bunches to achieve a similar look to that from the above tutorial.
How to make Autumnal Floral Arrangements by Sophie Wolanski at Muck Floral via The Garden Edit
These gorgeous photographs by The Garden Edit are taken of Florist Sophie Wolanski in action. Take inspiration from her work and words, and create your own floral table arrangement. Rosehips, poppy husks, firs and eucalyptus sprays can be combined together to create some truly breathtaking, rustic displays for your table on Christmas day.
How to Make a Cricut Personalised Fillable Bauble
Place cards are a nice touch that transform an everyday meal into an occasion. Make everybody feel special with their own personalised name card!
Create a multi-purpose name card and gift combo with these modern, personalised baubles. Use our Fillable Baubles in handy family-sized packs in order to create one for each dinner guest!
How to Make DIY Pinecone Name Card Holder by Vena Esperanza
These name cards are so sweet and super simple to make! Just add a sprinkle of glitter and a small, banner-shaped tag to Pine Cones
How to make Rosemary Wreath Place Cards by Camille Styles
Rosemary is a wonderfully autumnal herb. Use Mini Wooden Wreaths and a nice Calligraphy Pen in order to craft these classy name cards.
How to Sew Christmas Cutlery Wraps
Elevate your finest cutlery and napkins by presenting them in crafted rings and holders. The perfect finishing touch to your crafted Christmas dinner table.
Craft these neat cutlery wraps to match the sewn table runner and present your finest tableware in style! Add some Ric Rac Ribbon as a finishing touch. Take a look at the above tutorial from the Hobbycraft blog to see how it’s done.
How to Make Acorn Napkin Rings by Girl Inspired
These felted acorns are so innovative, and use what you can easily find in your back garden or local park! Pick Wool Roving » in a colour relevant to your colour scheme, and felt away! Read the above tutorial to find a step-by-step guide.
How to Make Bright Christmas Crackers
It’s not a Christmas meal until it’s been initiated by a Christmas cracker pulling chain! Why not forgo the tacky crackers this year and craft your own. You’ll enjoy complete creative control over the exterior of the crackers, and the gifts held within!
Use these Gold Glitter Chunky Alphabet Stickers to pop your own festive messages on your Christmas crackers. Fill with Colourful Confetti and set your meal off with a bang!
How to Make Your Own Gorgeous Christmas Crackers by Eleanna Kotsikou
This cracker tutorial is really in depth, and lets the beautifully chosen paper do all the talking! We have a huge selection of patterned papers to use, including these stunning Touch of Gold Wrapping Papers » that’d work a treat!
How to Make Rustic Kraft Christmas Crackers
These minimal Kraft crackers would sit very well alongside the Rustic Linen Table Runner, and Wooden Cloche Centrepiece! To find out how to make this classy cracker using our Decorate Your Own Crackers kit, take a look at the above tutorial from the Hobbycraft blog.
How to Make a Hansel and Gretel Cake
Have you ever seen a more mouthwatering cake?! Be sure to start the post-dinner party by taking a look at the above tutorial for the recipe and baking instructions. These Gingerbread Man Sugar Pipings add the most jovial finishing touch!
How to Make a Salted Caramel and Toasted Pecan Cake
This cake is so smart and must taste absolutely delicious! Take a look at the above tutorial from the Hobbycraft blog to see the recipe and baking instructions. Why not take the display further by presenting the cake on a Glass Cake Stand?
How to make a Cheesecake Filled Chocolate Bundt Cake With White Chocolate Matcha Glaze by Call Me Cupcake
Linda at Call Me Cupcake bakes the most divine looking treats. This one is reminiscent of an after-eight, but with subtler, more earthy flavourings! Take a look at the recipe and more beautiful photographs of Linda’s creation over on her blog.
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