I thought I would get a jumpstart on some fun handmade gifts and make pine cone fire starters this year. For my first batch, I used a large red cinnamon-scented candle and a spool of candle wick. Next, I’m excited to experiment with different colors and different scents of wax — it will be a good way for me to get rid of all my candles and Scentsy wax which I no longer use, since I’ve become a fan of diffusing essential oils.
Looking for some DIY holiday wreath alternatives? Deco mesh wreaths look great hanging on your door, and they can be made for ANY holiday or special event.
Looking for an easy Christmas craft idea? Have some extra scrapbooking paper lying around? Here’s a great idea for making paper ornaments in all shapes and sizes from leftover scrapbook paper!
I got the idea for these snowman Christmas cards from Pinterest. I did a few things differently to show you how to make snowman Christmas cards yourself.
Have some old Christmas gift tags leftover from holidays past? Here’s how to use them to make your own holiday cards this year. Lots of DIY Christmas card ideas here!
When I saw this cute reindeer sticker at Hobby Lobby, I knew he belonged on a Christmas card. I pictured him peeking in on my Christmas day, and now you can too. The same could be done for any type of character sticker. I call this my reindeer Christmas peekaboo card. Here’s how to make it!
Looking for DIY handmade Christmas card ideas? See how I made this easy Christmas card. It features a Christmas tree and fun word phrases.
Following are the steps I used to make the spooky Halloween door hanger pictured above. But you could adapt this same idea to make any type of seasonal craft for any time of year.
I made this Snowman Buddy card as my Christmas card for 2008. It’s never too early to start thinking about Christmas, so I wanted to share this fun idea with you now.
The scrapbook page toppers and titles that follow are the ones I review whenever I’m creating Christmas pages. Review this list before you start your Christmas scrapbook pages to get your creative juices flowing.
Here are some ideas of fun things you can do with Christmas stamps. Everything from make special gifts that are personalized to making your own wrapping paper and gift tags.
This morning on the Today Show, they were discussing if it is ‘ok’ to recycle gifts. I typically don’t recycle gifts, but I am guilty of recycling gift cards. This is the season for gift cards, so if you have stamping or scrapbooking supplies….this one is for you.
Your kids can help with this card idea – using a snowflake punch, ‘make’ some snowflakes that they can glue to cards to create their own designs for giving to friends, teachers, or anyone else who is special in their life.
Most people wouldn’t think ‘blue’ when they’re thinking about color for Christmas cards, but I love the combination of silver and blue — even my Christmas tree has white lights and blue and silver ornaments this year!
Stamping handmade cards is a great way to show your friends and family that you care very much for them. Another way to use your stamps — and other creative talents — is to dress up your packages and gift tags.
Here is a simple handmade Christmas card using a cheap and simple piece of patterned scrapbook paper.
Here is another easy Christmas card idea, using Stampin’ Up products. This is going to be a busy month – I hope to do at least a few cards each week, so keep checking back for updates.
The Christmas Holiday is quickly approaching, so it’s time to start sharing some Christmas Card ideas for you stampers out there.
The supplies for making holiday luminaries are cheap, and they’re very easy to make…