Christmas is a month away but you can never have enough time to be “Christmas-ready” right? I’m sure all of you must have by now taken out your Christmas tree and started decorating them. Why not add new handmade ornaments? Sharing today is a tutorial for making simple DIY mini Christmas tree ornament with your kids this holiday season.
I have hardly have done any christmas crafts on my blog an I wonder why! So this year, I am working a little harder to bring many christmas craft and Christmas decor ideas specifically suited for India 🙂 I made these Lace edged Christmas tags last week as a guest post for ItsyBitsy blog and I absolutely loved it. Its a very simple one but a little time consuming if you want to make loads of them. I would say these lace edged christmas tags are just perfect for anyone who loves details. Lets see how I made them 🙂
Welcome to Christmas crafting and today we are going to make these super simple and pretty DIY paper christmas tree garland. The most special part about this tutorial is that I had my daughter grace helping me our with adding the beads and I was so happy that she actually enjoyed the time with me. I think this would make a great kids activity too for this holiday season!
I have been looking for a very long time to make a crafting den on my own but never ever have I seen a messier place than my crafting table! I have hence decided to add some shelves for extra storage space and some crafts to fill up blank work space. Well this tutorial is for DIY shadow box which I made for use as photo frames for my wall. They are simple and easy to make except for a little math that I have covered up for you 🙂 So shall we start?
The last few months of they year are often festive filled with dusshera, diwali and christmas. Do you love crafting and getting ready for the festive season? I do absolutely! Here is a fun diwali craft and its really really simple. These paper diyas could be a very fun filled activity for kids too this diwali 🙂
Wish your loved ones with Handmade Diwali Cards this year
This handmade diwali card tutorial requires some cardmaking supplies so if you are not a regular cardmaker, please wait for my future posts where I will be sharing diwali card with simple supplies. Anyways, I do not own any Diwali stamps although there are a couple of pretty ones manufactured by our indian brands like peekaboo designs, Mudra stamps etc. Even there is a new pattern paper branded Nakshathra available on thecraftshop which had Diwali themed papers! I let my creative juices flow ( I didnt even know I had them :P) and came up with some simple cards.