Before i show you the tutorials don't forget to visit Aim this month to read the free online dolls house nmagazine and also to have some daily fun opening the advent calendar.
Each day you get to see some fab tutorials from quite a few people you may already know.
Heres the calendar: http://www.artisansinminiature.com/photo_25.html
Here is a nice selection of online chritsmas decoration tutorials.
Just wish i had all the time in the world to make them, lol.
First off this cute little take on a yule log: http://www.marthastewart.com/photogallery/holiday-clip-art-crafts#slide_16&xsc=eml_crd_2009_12_08
Lovely little tree for a place setting filled with sweets: http://www.marthastewart.com/article/giving-tree?backto=true&backtourl=/photogallery/holiday-clip-art-crafts#slide_1
Lovely cardboard tree. You can make this as big or as small as you like. Would look nice in the middle of the table.
This fab half eaten gingerbread man. http://www.elsiemarley.com/pattern-for-a-half-eaten-gingerbread-man.html
Found this fab alternative for a christmas tree. Again you could make in various sizes. No tutorial here but its pretty simple to make.
Lovely Angel you could make to your required size and a nice one for children.
This lady has used quite a few tools and die cuts but you could make the same just by using scissors. Would look nice with glitter on the dress part in swirly patterns.
There are lots of Christmas tutorails available online. Just type in Christmas decoration tutorial. Brings up Loads!
Heres a tree made from pie cones. I think its beautiful but could have some colour added here and there. Using little sprigs of leaves and berries pushed in between the cones would look wonderful.
Off to do several hours of ironing now... what fun!