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 🙂
As a child, I loved onam more so because of the long holiday and also because of the onam sadya and payasam. Onam was the only day in our lives when we used to have elaborate lunch on plantain leaf and it used to be so much fun. While our mother toiled in kitchen to make different variety dishes, we three sisters would be busy making onam pookkalam and improvising on it till afternoon! Those were the days!