Halloween is over. You know what that means? It means welcoming that Christmas holidays ahead with open arms. You may still not over the previous celebration or you haven’t eaten all those candies yet but you can already feel the cold season is here. So is that Christmas spirit. You can already hear Christmas songs being played in the malls and your neighbors putting up Christmas decorations in their homes… So it’s totally okay if you start thinking about Christmas decorations as well. Let’s look for DIY craft that you can do to adorn your home for this festive season. These ornaments looks so fun to make and easy enough for the kids too.
Wow. Christmas is just a week away. Have you made plans about what to prepare for Christmas eve? If not, that’s okay. Some of us haven’t even decorated our Christmas tree yet. If you are looking for a fun craft to do this weekend to decorate your Christmas tree, try this salt dough ornament.
Instructions at Back to Her Roots.
What we love is that you don’t have to get store-bought cookie dough. You can make them in your home using ingredients that are already in your kitchen. Use Christmas cookie cutters like when you are baking your Christmas cookies and be creative in decorating them. This would be a fun bonding activity with your kids.
You might be following a theme every year during Christmas. Last year, theme was green and red so our Christmas tree was filled with green and red ornaments with gold accents. If you are thinking of changing your theme this year, there is no need to buy a new set of ornaments. You can DIY yourself into it. Just like this charming and vintage-inspired Christmas ornaments.
Tutorial at Karen’s Up on the Hill.
Who doesn’t love minimalism? It clean, crisp, and it’s giving you that peace of mind feeling. If you want to decorate your Christmas tree this way, it doesn’t have to be decorated with a lot of things. What you need is just a few ornaments with it can make a whole lot of difference. It’s charming and, as we said, clean.