Gingerbread cookies are traditional for Christmas, it’s so great to have a cup of tea or coffee with them! But gingerbread isn’t only for food, it can be used for décor, though not everyone is good at cooking and not everyone is ready to spend some time baking them. Don’t worry, you can easily make some gingerbread-inspired things and decorations without any cooking, from different materials and with various techniques.
The first craft is a funny gingerbread Christmas gift tag for those who like sewing! The piece perfectly imitates a cookie and looks super cute, everybody will be happy to get a gift with that!
Getting ready for a Christmas party? Make a cool gingerbread man piñata to surprise and please your guests! This piece is made of a cardboard box and some colored paper, read the full tutorial in the source.
This gingerbread house ornament is so stunning! it requires embroidery and sewing, so get ready to do that if you want to get an amazing ornament.
Gingerbread houses are fun, but all too often are temporary because they are made from actual gingerbread, icing and candies. If you want a Christmas village made up of gingerbread houses, but one that you could bring out each year, this tutorial is right what you need! It’s not uncommon to make a gingerbread house from an empty milk carton. Kids do it all the time, and you can invite them to create this cute village together!
Coasters are a cool accessory for any kitchen and not only – we all drink hot tea or coffee every day. These gingerbread coasters will remind you of Christmas and can become a cool gift for New Year.
Need a creative gift box? Make a cool gingerbread box of cardboard and decorate it with a white sharpie or even go paint it.
Gingerbread ornaments are typical and traditional for Christmas, and tasty! If you don’t want to make foodie ornaments as they can be easily destroyed or spoilt, let’s make felt ones.
This advent calendar is made of plain cardboard and is decorated with white paint. Looks like real gingerbread cookies!
Your cat wants to celebrate, too! Make a cool ginger-bread-inspired cat toy of soft felt and you can stuff it with some catnip or else.