Do you need some creative Christmas crafts to sell at a bazaar? You will love our list of Christmas crafts to sell at a bazaar. They are stylish, beautiful, and easy to make. The best part is that there are tutorials on making all the crafts listed.
29 Best Christmas crafts to sell at a bazaar
- Wine cork Angel ornament
These ornaments are adorable and easily made with a few wine corks, basic craft supplies, and a hot glue gun. They make a superhit at Christmas fairs and bazaars, and almost everyone loves them.
Learn how to make the wine cork angel ornaments.
- Christmas Wreaths
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Wreaths are unique Christmas crafts to sell at a bazaar. You can make lots of money from this if you are good at making them. How would you know if this skill is for you? If you keep hanging beautiful wreaths at your door post every year, then it’s time to take it to the market.
All you need for this Christmas craft are ornaments, ribbons, faux flowers, wreaths, craft glue, floral wire, and a wire cutter.
See this video to learn how to make Christmas wreaths.
- Mason jars
You can make different Mason jars and sell them at a bazaar or Christmas fair. The snow makes it look so magical; however, you can also make one that contains deserts.
It is a frugal way to create a lovely Christmas gift. All you need are some Mason jars, labels, and ribbons.
Follow this video to learn how to make Mason jars.
The Dollar Tree Christmas book stack turns out to be wonderful Christmas crafts to sell at a bazaar. It is straightforward, and with the perfect arrangement; you can create something super fancy.
All you need for this craft are craft paint, letter stamps, and a buffalo plaid ribbon.
See this video on how to make the dollar tree christmas book stack.
- Christmas sweaters
This is an easy way to earn money in a Christmas bazaar. Though people call them ugly Christmas sweaters, they are lovely and fancy, and people sell them for a considerable amount.
They are easy to make, and you can customize them to suit a wide range of customers and even personalize on special orders.
What you need to make these Christmas crafts to sell at a bazaar are some regular sweaters and many fancy things to decorate them.
See this video to learn how to customize Christmas sweaters.
- Christmas terrarium
Kids love the magical Christmas terrarium, and it’s something you can make and sell at a bazaar. It is easy to produce and doesn’t take up to one hour to complete a fancy one.
With an old candle jar or glass cup, you can make a lovely Christmas terrarium that people will beg to buy.
See this video to learn how to make a fancy Christmas terrarium.
- Crocheted items
Are you good at crocheting? Sell some handmade crafted items at a Christmas bazaar. Though tangible crocheting items take time, they are still worthwhile at the bazaar as you can sell them at a substantial amount.
If you’re wondering about crocheting ideas to use, make some lovely crocheted Christmas stockings, crocheted Santa ornaments, and crocheted Christmas trees.
See this video on how to make crocheted items for Christmas.
- Sewing project
If you love to work with fabrics, then you can make fancy Christmas crafts to sell at a bazaar.
These can be fabric bowls, felt Christmas stockings, fleece hearts, Penguin stockings, Christmas tree skirts, etc.
See the video to learn how to make some fancy sewing Christmas crafts.
- Christmas themed tote bags
Tote bags are valuable and sell in and out of season. However, if you need a Christmas craft to sell at a bazaar, Christmas-themed totes bags is something you should go for.
With basic sewing skills, you can decorate these tote bags to suit the season. Some tote bags can be made from fabrics or vinyl.
Watch video on how to make tote bags.
- Food crafts
If you love spending time in the kitchen and baking different kinds of food, then you can take your craft to the bazaar. There are numerous food crafts ideas you can make and sell at the bazaar, including star cookies, cakes, and other Christmas-themed foods.
Watch video on how to make Christmas food crafts.
- Homemade Christmas soaps
Everyone loves homemade soaps. You can make Christmas-themed homemade soaps for your guests to use to decorate their bathrooms. They are also fancy gift items, and many people will love them.
Delight your visitors with different scents and shapes of your homemade soaps. You can use candy canes, gingerbread, spiced orange, apple pie, or others to spice up the holiday spirits in your soaps.
Watch video on how to make some homemade Christmas soaps.
- Etched wine glasses
It is really easy to etch wine glasses and sell them at a bazaar. Get some glasses from the thrift store and design with a printed stencil.
People make this craft and sell it on Etsy at a substantial amount, and you could pull the crowd with it in a bazaar.
Click here for video on how to make etched wine glasses.
- Wooden nesting gnomes
One thing that draws visitors to your booth at a bazaar is how you set your table, and having some wooden nesting gnomes on your table is a great way to make things look fancy.
Wooden nesting gnomes are tiny and do not take time to make. Within 30 minutes, you can assemble many wooden nesting gnomes and place them on your bazaar table.
Watch video on how to make wooden nesting gnomes.
- Scented pine cone fire starters
Though people mostly use pine cone fire starters for weddings, you can create some for Christmas. Dip your pine cones in scented wax and use them to start holiday fires. As they burn, they will get the whole place smelling great.
Watch video on how to make scented pine cone fire starters.
- Pinecone Christmas trees
Pine cones are usually very handy for creating Christmas crafts to sell at a bazaar. So, instead of discarding the numerous pine cones lying around your house, use them to make money.
Watch video on how to make a pine cone Christmas tree.
- Handmade holiday cards
People love to send personalized cards to their loved ones, but not all are very crafty. That’s why you can sell numerous handmade holiday crafts at a Christmas bazaar.
Whether you are an artist or not, you can create customized cards for people to buy with a few stamps. You have the liberty to use any kind of paper or even wood.
Watch video on how to customize Christmas cards.
- Stocking holders
Everyone wears stockings, but not all have a great place to hang them. This Christmas is the right time to remind them to get fancy stocking holders for themselves and their kids.
Create these fancy-looking holders for your buyers and wow them at the bazaar. Something fancy like this has no trouble selling.
Watch video on how to make Christmas DIY stocking holders.
- Wooden Christmas signs
Many people love to decorate their doors with wooden Christmas signs. This makes it a good Christmas craft to sell at a bazaar.
With some wood and paint, you can create numerous designs of wooden signs.
Watch video on how to make Christmas-themed wooden signs.
- Personalized jewelry
Jewelry is always in demand, and they’re great to sell at a Christmas bazaar.
It doesn’t matter if you have commendable jewelry-making skills or not; you can make some personalized jewelry that can bring you some good cash this Christmas.
Watch video on how to make jewelry at home.
Printables are crafts that sell well online, but imagine printing out your printables to display at your bazaar table. That would sell even better, right?
Watch video on how to make fancy printables.
- Christmas gift baskets
Whether during Valentine’s or Christmas season, gift baskets sell a lot. The trick here is knowing how to create high-quality gift baskets at a low amount.
However, presentation is essential for selling your gift baskets at a bazaar. Ensure you decorate them with fancy ribbon to make them stand out.
All that is needed to make fancy gift baskets are some baskets, ribbons, cellophane bags, and gift items.
Watch video on how to make gift baskets.
- Customized holiday mugs
You can transform some cheap mugs from your local store into something fancy to sell at a bazaar. Decorate these mugs individually with Christmas themes and sell at substantial prices.
Watch video on how to customize mugs.
- DIY scarves
Scarves are one of the easiest Christmas crafts to sell at a bazaar. With basic sewing skills, you can make fancy scarves that are cozy and warm for the winter.
With just one yard of fine fabric, you can make out four scarves. That’s pretty cheap, but you can design them to look very expensive and impressive.
Watch video on how to make scarves.
- Santa cookie trays
Cookie trays are essential during the Christmas season because you always need something to leave the Santa milk and cookies behind for the kids.
So, instead of just using some regular trays, customize your cookie trays and design with Santa. With a Cricut machine, you can make them and sell them at the bazaar.
Watch video on how to make Santa cookie trays.
- Snow globe rings
Transform regular rings to snow globe rings for people to flaunt this holiday season. All you need for them are traditional bronze rings, glass stars, glue, and glitter snow.
See this tutorial to learn how to make snow globe rings.
- Log candle holders
If you’re looking for Christmas crafts to sell at a bazaar, trim your yard and convert the waste into cute log candle holders.
These wooden candle holders are easy to make and only need a few tools. They are suitable for many décor themes.
Watch video on how to make log candle holders.
- Christmas potholders
If you are a crocheting guru, then you can make some decorative Christmas potholders as Christmas crafts to sell at a bazaar.
The process is pretty simple for people with excellent sewing skills and can be done with lovely but cheap materials.
Watch video on how to make Christmas potholders.
- Lighted PVC candy canes
With some unused PVC, ribbon, and glue, you can make lighted candy canes. The process is easy and can be done in a short time.
For this, drill holes on the PVC to pass the lighting through and wrap your PVC with lovely ribbons.
Watch video on how to make the lighted PVC candy canes.
Many people love throw pillows and will patronize you if you create cute ones for a bazaar. You can make these Christmas crafts to sell at a bazaar with snowflakes, wreaths, socks, or by painting the regular pillows red.
There are numerous ways to make Christmas pillows, and you can learn one of the ways below.
Tips for selling Christmas crafts at a bazaar
If you are selling at a bazaar for the first time, you need some tips for success. But before that, check your local directories or chambers of commerce to find the closest Christmas bazaars or fairs to you.
After you’ve got everything ready to sell at a bazaar;
- Create enough room to display your items. Ensure your display table is not crowded; well-arranged tables attract people to your booth.
- Have a wide variety of products so that they can attract people. People love to go to places where they have options.
- Avoid booths that are too small, so as to create enough space to sell your products. Your family member or friend can help you work a booth.
- Ensure that you have enough change handy and write out your policy regarding accepting checks.
- Place pricing labels on all your products.
- Be approachable and talk to people warmly.
- Print out many flyers and business cards with your name and contact information and give them to people or stick them to your shopping bags. This will allow your customers to reach you later to buy more products.
It is fun to create Christmas crafts to sell at a bazaar. Beyond the profit you get from the items, the pleasure of the process makes it worth the while.
Nevertheless, selling at a bazaar is competitive, and people will likely sell the same kind of your products. So, ensure that you make your booth beautiful and well-arranged, while selling creative and unique crafts.
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