DIY snow globe ideas capture the magic of the season and can be as personalized as you desire
Materials needed: Small, waterproof toys or figurines, waterproof craft glue or hot gun glue, water and glitter Decide where you'd like to place your figurines inside the jar by experience don't place them on your mason jar lid, the water will drip. Once your figurines are completely pour about a tablespoon of glitter into your jar for the "snow."Pour water into the jar, but do not fill all the way, Your water line should not reach all the way to the brim then cover the jar lid with…
Want to make your own Christmas pillows? Here are a few instructions to get you started:
Use your scissors to cut red fabric along a printed santa boot template. Sew or iron on hemming web around the edges of the pillow. Keep the upside open so that you can insert stuffing. the easiest DIY Christmas pillow ever. Really, it is. Think outside the box, and try covering a pillow you already own.
I’m excited to share a simple, DIY -inspired wooden Popsicle Stick Sled
To build the “seat” of the sled, lay the short sticks in the shape you want them, for the runner cut small sections of the plain stick small enough to fit, then use hot glue to attach them together, it's time for the runners. Take the two runners you made and place them with the side that has the point facing up. Apply some glue on the two cross sections and lay your runners on the glue. Now it's time to decide how your new sled ornament is going to look.
Christmas projects to use up any old wood that you have on hand.
Whether you want to save money, or just personalize your home, these DIY projects are a great way to put your mark on your home. You can make many of these with crates and write a message on it with nail polish, if you use 2 colours the dark underneath and the light one above the letters looks like 3D
DIY Christmas sewing pillows to make for a more festive and will fill your home with holiday cheer
used an old gray sweater , cut a square from the body of the sweater and sewed it up. It has so much texture, adds that winter coziness. Attach the craft deer and snowflakes to the pillows then sewed. It took less than an hour to made! These sewing pillows look awesome!! Sometimes less is more, and that’s the beauty of these pillows. With simple patterns and clean backgrounds, they are beautiful. Well done
Awesome stylish DIY handmade Christmas pillows and covers
Want to make your own Christmas pillows? Here are a few instructions to get you started: Sweater Pillow: Don`t through your old sweaters recycle them, cut a square from the body of the sweater and sewed it up. Attach the pach snowman the pillow , then hot gluing or hand-sewing it down with coordinating thread. Then hand sewing letters with White and red string