It’s fun to decorate mantles, tables, trees, and windows for the Christmas holiday. But what about places that aren’t typically dressed out in décor? Like bookshelves? Today I am going to share how to make Christmas book covers.
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Christmas came early in our house this week. I partnered with JOANN and Cricut and received this Cricut® Explore Air™ 2, Cobalt. I had so much fun creating my first project in my craft room. If you don’t have one of these Cricut machines then you need to add it to your Christmas list right now. The projects are limitless and I was so excited to try it out.
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I have decorated a lot of Christmas trees. But I don’t think I have ever had this much fun decorating a tree! I am so excited to share with you my DIY Christmas tree that was inspired by my partnership with JOANN. Read More
I have definitely gotten into the Christmas DIY mode in a really big way. In the last week I made wrapping paper, Pom Pom Christmas trees, a dress form tree skirt, and an Advent Calendar. I am excited to share with you how I made this Burlap Christmas Tree Garland. I love it hanging on the mantle. Of course it would also look great above a door or window.
I love to wrap gifts. But finding wrapping paper is sometimes hard to do.
I had an idea that maybe I should make some wrapping paper this Christmas. Of course, I know the wrapping paper would have to fit in my red and white theme. Years ago I used the styrofoam printing method to make art in my son’s elementary school classes. I knew someday I would find a way to use this creative printing method again. I can’t wait to see what you think.
Every once in a while it’s nice to find an easy holiday DIY. Don’t get me wrong, I am the queen of long and drawn out DIY’s. I am sure you know that! But when I was out shopping and saw some adorable pom pom trees for $29.00 each I decided it was DIY time. So I went to the craft store and found everything I needed for pom pom Christmas trees! And of course, everything was on sale. So my cost for each tree was less than $10. That is 60% less that the ones at the store.