Holiday Window Display
Wood Clock Christmas
Christmas Tree Mason Jar Votive
A Merry Mantel
Gift Bow Wreath
Words with friends
Peppermint Twist Wreath
Joy and Love Pillow Covers
Personalized Mini Tree
A humble tag-sale table painted leafy green becomes a nifty staging area. Wrap a crock with ribbon to fashion a stand for an adorable tree personalized with family photos. Concoct miniature frames using circles of stiff felt and ribbon.
Paper Christmas Lights Garland
Custom Vintage Christmas Lights
Update plain Christmas lights with festive colored paint and metallic garland to string around your home.
Peppermint Mason Jar Candles
Make good use of excess Mason jars by turning them into Christmas candles with a refreshing peppermint scent.
Snow Globe Terrariums
In 10 minutes, create beautiful jars evoking picture-perfect holiday scenes, filled with snow and twinkling lights.
Mason Jar Christmas Tree
This is a cute and easy way to dress up your mantel or entryway.
Ribbon Candy Wreath
Medium gauge wire, striped ribbon and a hot glue gun are the keys to this festive door ornament.
Make this adorable memento using a round plastic ornament, faux pearl beads, foam board and a photo.
All you need to create this fun ornament are yarn and jumbo paper clips, which double as bright blades.
Adorn your Christmas tree with this gilded symbol of peace. The best part: It's easier to make than it looks.
Fabric Wreath and String Snowballs
These whimsical decorations instantly add holiday cheer to your home. Hang the colorful wreath on a wall, and bring a side table to life by placing a bowl of these snowballs atop it.
Make your own festive garland by tying 3-inch cowbells ($16.80 for 12; WindyCityNovelties.com) onto rope every 15 inches.
What a hoot! You can easily whip up this winged creature—made from burlap, felt and twine—using this templateand instructions.
It may look like wood, but this heavenly body can be cut from faux-bois scrapbooking paper and folded.
All you need to make this garden-dweller is a pinecone from your yard, felt, a pompom, string and a pipe cleaner.
After creating these from a few shades of felt, hang them with care.
Gather hemstitched linen napkins, tie them with twine, and tuck a few sprigs of artificial cranberry in the middle.
Candies, dazzling greens and keepsakes are irresistible layered on an old-fashioned tiered cake stand. Mix and match shapes and sizes, sticking with colors that mimic those of other kitchen adornments.
Pour spiced nuts into clear bags and finish off with ribbon, twine and a tree-shaped tag cut from kraft paper. Cover a jar of peanut brittle with red burlap, add twine and glue on pinecones. Buy gingersnaps with precut holes, string with ribbon.
Use two shades of vibrant felt to concoct a whimsical ornament.
Festive Napkin Ring
Make your holiday table complete by adding a touch of sparkle at each place setting.
This beautiful centerpiece can be created with pistachios, making it one inexpensive but impressive addition to your Christmas dinner table.
Merry Christmas Garland
Use scrapbook paper and letters to create an easy and festive sign for a plain wall.
DIY Christmas Sign
Make use of plaid fabric by framing it as a background for a metallic reindeer or any other holiday icon.
"Merry" Burlap DIY Christmas Art
Create this merry sign in just two easy steps—drape festive string across a canvas board to get flowing letters.
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