Valentine’s Day is coming up so it’s good timing when I show you how to DIY hand-printed recyclable gift wrapping paper. But it is not only good for Valentine’s Day. Consider saving this tutorial for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, an Anniversary, a Birthday, or even for Christmas. You’ll find lots of tips and tricks how to change the design of your DIY wrapping paper in the post.
Have you heard of Christmas in a jar? You can do so many things under this title: You can use jars as a way of gift wrapping, use them for recipes, or home decor. Today I have concentrated on 3 fun ways to decorate your home for Christmas. And I guarantee you’ll love it if you are an overachiever Christmas decorator or a minimalist. I added links to my friends’ posts, too, for you. They came up with awesome other ideas.
This carefully curated list of 50+ DIY Christmas Ideas will help you plan your creative projects for this holiday season: Home decor, games, and recipes.
Christmas decor can actually be pretty affordable if you take a look at these mixed-media Christmas trees. Can you guess what I recycled for this Holiday DIY?
These Hygge Mini Christmas Trees are a quick and easy frugal Christmas decor you can even DIY with your kids. They will help you bring immediate coziness into your home. Click through to learn how easy it is to make this stunning frugal home decor.
These DIY lace candle holders are a great repurposing project. You can recycle old jar lids and use up any lace scraps you have at home. They make for a great frugal home decor that falls easily into the categories chabby chique, boho, and romantic.
Learn how to DIY simple seasonal home decor: This fall fairy garland is made from faux autumn foliage and clothespins. This fall DIY is a fun kids craft, but I am convinced that adults will enjoy making these flower children as well.
Make summer reading for your little ones more fun! This mix and match 3d felt bookmark is a craft with many variations. You can make a penguin, owl or bid. You are the designer and decide on the color and accessories.
Use up some of your leftover yarn and create these fun and happy tassel flowers with your kids this summer. They make great gifts, colorful home decor and a good summer activity for your little ones. Combined with a butterfly craft they are a good way to teach your children how butterflies get their food.
Teach your kid how to make a simple paper butterfly with this easy step-by-step photo and video tutorial. It actually makes a difference when you make a related craft while teaching your child about insects, butterflies and how they get their food from flowers. Also, it’s a fun activity for summer.
Take your kids out on fun summer activities and make sure to keep the ticket stubs. This way you can set up a fun crafternoon with your kids on the back porch or inside if there’s a rainy day and make this super fun and girly bookmark in a glitter pocket.