DIY Projects

Read all about what you can build for your home, how you can upcycle or repurpose an item, or when it’s beneficial to turn a generic piece into a beautiful, customized item that you’ll love forever. This DIY section is full of helpful how-tos and creative ideas for everyone, from people who were born with a hammer in their hands to those who break a sweat at the thought of picking up a paintbrush. You’re sure to find a project that will make your home happy.

How To Make Your Own Garlands This Christmas – 11 Creative Ideas

Garlands are a must-have when you’re talking about Christmas décor. They’re very festive and they can be used in all sorts of ways. It’s very simple to just go into a store and buy garlands but wouldn’t it be more beautiful and charming to make your own. If you’re worried it takes a lot of time you shouldn’t be because we have a lot of great and simple projects for you to try this year. Some require simple materials you probably already have in the house while other are a little more complex.

Felt Christmas Tree Garland

Let’s start with this lovely Christmas tree garland. The trees are made of green felt. You’ll also need small felt pom-poms, some twine and a needle. Start by cutting out green felt triangles for the trees, then assemble them and start putting together the garland.{found on thisprettysight}.


Top 10 DIY Advent Calendars We Absolutely Love

Beginning with the 1st of December we all start to feel the anticipation of Christmas and we start counting the days till this very special holiday. To make the wait more pleasant, we make advent calendars. Each day offers us a special treat, whether it’s an inspirational quote, a poem, a message, a token or something sweet. There are lots of ways in which you can make an advent calendar that looks special. We’ve selected the best 10 DIY projects.

Let’s start with this one. It’s easy to make. It’s just four rows of twine with tiny bags and tiny clothespins. Each day you’ll open a paper bag and find something special inside.{found on vanilla}.


15 Creative Chalkboard Christmas Craft Ideas

Working with chalkboard paint is very fun. You can make all sorts of cool things and you can come up with so many creative ideas. Just about all the great projects you can do for Christmas alone. You can basically reinvent and rethink all the traditional things as well as come up with your own unique ideas. Here are a few suggestions.

One idea could be to make a wreath and place it on a chalkboard frame on which you can write a beautiful message to welcome your guests. You can use a regular picture frame if you have one big enough or you can repurpose a tray.{found on abubblylife}.


5 Easy Winter Centerpiece Ideas

The holiday season is just around the corner. But if you’re not quite ready to deck the halls just yet, you can still show a little bit of a festive spirit with some winter themed décor. Here are five easy centerpiece ideas you can make yourself.

Metallic Fall Décor.

If you’re the kind of person who likes to decorate for the seasons, chances are you have some type of autumn centerpiece on your table right now. A really easy way to bring that same centerpiece back out for winter is simply to add some metallic paint.


27 Creative Gift Wrapping Ideas For Christmas

I think we can all agree that the most important part about Christmas is represented by the gifts. Most likely, you’ll have to pack some gifts this year because how can you expect to receive something if you don’t give anything in return? So let’s take a look at some gift wrapping ideas you could use. They range from simple to more complex, from cozy to elegant, from cute to stylish. You can definitely find something you love in there examples.

In the spirit of the holiday, you could make a tiny wreath using conifer clippings you can find either in your yard or at the store. Place the wreath on top of the wrapped gift and secure it with ribbon. It’s simple and perfect for this holiday.{found on desireempire}.


25 DIY Crafts Featuring The Simple Christmas Ball Ornament

The Christmas ball ornaments are a must-have, whether it’s a traditional, rustic or contemporary holiday décor. But have you ever thought to improve or to change the design and use of these classical decorations? There are many interesting ways in which you can use them and we have selected a few very beautiful DIY projects for you to try this year.

A clear, transparent ornament is almost inviting you to out something inside it. This ornament is very delicate and also very original. To make something similar you need fake snow or confetti, block letters, ribbon and glue. Glue the letters together to form a word that fits inside, fill the ornament with snow, berries and greenery and then place the word inside using tweezers.{found on site}.


22 Beautiful and Easy DIY Christmas Wreath Ideas

Christmas is rapidly approaching and we have lots of things to take care of before the holiday. There are presents that need to be bought and we also have to make our house look amazing. A wreath is the element that shouldn’t be missing from our homes. You can either buy one or you can make it yourself and this way it will be even more amazing. In case you’re having trouble deciding on a design, we have prepared a few beautiful examples for you.

To make this paper wreath you need cardboard, paper bags, acrylic paint and tape. Cut a circle wreath out of cardboard and paint it. Paint paper bags with various colors and cut strips in various widths. Place the strips on the wreath and tape them on the underside.{found on giddygiddy}.


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