With the temperatures dropping all we want to do is stay inside wrapped in a cozy blanket with a hot drink in our hands by the fire. If you’re sick of binge-watching the latest shows and want to get your hands on something more stimulating, why not try some arts and crafts? Trust us when we say we’re not talking about kids’ crafts—these adult ones are challenging enough to keep your attention and they’re sophisticated enough to display throughout your home this winter.
Wine Cork Vase
With all the corks you have lying around your home from the festivities, make a wine cork vase. Just use an old vase and glue them to the vase.
Snowflake Cross Stitch
There are tons of free cross stitch patterns on the internet, and this snowflake one is perfect for beginners.
Glittery Mason Jar Snow Globes
By now you’ve probably taken your Christmas tree down, but these cute snow globes are a great way to show some holiday spirit long past Christmas. All you need for this craft is a mason jar with a lid, glue, a glue gun, glitter, and a miniature Christmas tree.
Let it Snow Sign
Embrace the beauty of the snow and make this cute, rustic wood sign for your mantel or shelf. It comes together with a wood slab, white acrylic craft paint, and a paint brush.
To create your wintertime terrarium just fill the glass container with succulents, fake snow, pine trees, mini snowman, and woodland animals.