diy christmas craft Archive

Simple Scandinavian Holiday Wreath

I’m in love with the simplicity of the Scandinavian design. Clean lines and natural colors = pure beauty. So, when I had to come up with a holiday DIY idea for, I knew I had to use this style. I made this using an embroidery hoop, craft star ornament and an evergreen garland. It’s

DIY Snowman Hot Cocoa Kit

So, this week you have a few more little gifts to get and then you’re done. Here’s a quickie gift you can make and then pass out to your kid’s teachers, principal, bus driver and your Secret Santa. I recently designed this for Click here for the complete how-to.  It’s so easy. Just add

DIY Borax Crystal Geometric Ornaments

Turn a Christmas craft into a science experiment. All you need are pipe cleaners, Borax laundry powder, boiling water and a piece of string. It takes a few hours for the crystals to stick to pipe cleaners. So, you’ll want to let these sit over night. I love these because they are so colorful. Don’t

Geometric Animal Head DIY Jewelry Box

It seems like this time of the year, you can see the money just start pouring out of your bank account. Here’s idea to keep the cash in it. This super trendy jewelry box with geometric deer head topper (I bought this must have at Hobby Lobby) is sure to bring a smile on it’s

DIY Yarn Wrapped Christmas Ornaments

Yarn bombing has been popular for a number of years now, but I’ll tell ya, I still can’t get enough of it. I mean, it’s so beautiful, colorful and oh so fun and cozy. If you’ve ever seen one out in public, it automatically brings a smile to your face and joy in your heart.

DIY String Art Christmas Ornaments

It’s that time of year again. Christmas craft time!!! OH YEAH! Santa is happy! These funky Christmas ornaments are so simple to make. They are perfect for little ones wanting to get in the Christmas spirit. All you need is yarn, cookie cutters, pins, glue, wax paper and foam board. Get the full how-to at

DIY Woodland Animal Silhouette Christmas Ornament Craft

 I LOVE Christmas. I love the fuzzy feeling leading up to it. It’s so fun to decorate and add joyous warmth to the home. We have a snowy woodland animal theme on our Christmas tree. I have little berries, apples, pears, pine cones and just the cutest little reindeer, foxes and owls. The colors are