It’s Christmas time and you also want one. That means it’s time to bring the old Christmas tree from the ground. Every year, we spend time with the family decorating the Christmas trees. Not just the trees, the whole family is adorned with glittering ornaments and wreaths as we celebrate the best time of the year.
It is that time of year when you get a glass of hot apple cider, plan your outfits, and get into the holiday mood by making some home decor. You can find teeny-feet mittens, dried oranges, pieces made from the most popular classic pieces (like mattress springs and blocks!) and many other ideas that will suit any style.
Out of ideas? Looking for simple but shiny styles? Well, you are in luck as we have brought you the best ideas to give your Christmas tree and home a happy transformation.
Popsicle Stick Snowflake Ornaments Inspired by traditional Scandinavian grass ornaments, these child-friendly creatures are called popsicle sticks, embroidery, and paint.
• Snowflake Decoration: If you like to make handicrafts on your Cricut, use this new cutting machine to create your snowflake decorations. Hang them on your tree for the best holiday decoration ever.
Colorful Rhinestone Decorations: Here’s an easy way to add bright color (and gloss) to your clear plastic bins: Just paste colored rhinestones and ribbon.
• Gold Marble Decorations: There is nothing like beautiful gold with marble to add sophistication to your Christmas tree.
•Decoration of the Glorious Angel: Because angels are more than just the tops of trees. Add a few of these particles to keep a sharp eye (over your gifts, of course).
While these creative Christmas craft ideas range in skill level and price point, most of them are affordable and made with household items, including kitchen twine, cord, and sturdy pine needles.
Other’s eye decorations made of sticks and raffia and instructions can be found in Family Chic by Camilla Fabbri.
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