I don’t know about you, but I love Christmas, but hate buying gifts just because you have to. Don’t get me wrong, gifts are lovely and I like giving them, but not just for the sake of Christmas. Sometimes it’s nice to have a go at getting creative, save a bit of money and make a gift that you know the receiver will love. Because of this, I will be showing you my favourite Christmas DIY projects that I have found and will be giving as gifts… as long as they turn out alright!
I’m still yet to make cake pops… I know, I almost can’t believe it myself! Anyway, I think that it is about time to try them and this Christmas gives me a great excuse to give them a go. I’ve seen a few really cute designs and snowmen seem to be the easiest to try, but here’s a few that I love and can’t wait to try 🙂
Clockwise from top: Wooden Christmas Tree Set, Postcard Ornaments, Snowman in a Jar, Chalk Tree, Tree Garland, Candy Cane Mice, Elf Hat Napkins, Clay Candle Covers, Galaxy Baubles, Merry & Bright, Table Centrepiece
It’s sometimes really difficult to get in the Christmas spirit. I find it increasingly difficult. When I was little, I used to love making paper chains, wreaths made out of plastic bag handles and hung up all manner of decorations. No. They never looked good. My Mum always hated them as they just cluttered the room and ok, I now understand why they were always taken down.
So, here are a few ideas that I have found for decorating the more modern home (but still with a hint of fun and childish Christmas spirit!)
Here are ten of my favourite Christmas nail designs that I found on Pinterest! I am going to try the red and white love heart nails in a red glitter – Once they’re done I’ll post them too 🙂
Read more to see all the lovely designs
A Few Christmas Wrapping Ideas
Lovely tags and wrapping ideas for all those lovely gifts
I don’t know about you, but I love making my own Christmas cards. Yes, it is a bit time consuming, but kids love it and you can just do them for those really special people in your life if you just wanted to do a few. I’ve found some really lovely ideas online and I thought I’d share them with you!