I told you Christmas will not fade away that soon on my blog! I made a couple of Christmas cards this year for my friends and I had shared them on my Instagram last month. I love making handmade cards for special occasions and the only thing I’m doing wrong is that I am not stocking cards of different natures so that I can send them out quickly. Well I bought a multi-stamping tool 3 months back and now I can make multiple cards like a breeze! Okay let me stop blabberring and here are my handmade Christmas cards 2016.
Officially my last post for Christmas Christmas post before Christmas 😛 ! I am in Kerala right now and this place is so cheerful with festivities. The lights and decorations are so lovely! I am going to buy a few Christmas decor items from here so that I can use them for my next Christmas at Kolar 😉 Anyways coming to today’s post, its a really simple but catchy DIY Paper Christmas tree with quilling paper. Don’t worry there is no quilling involved!
Hello crafty folks! Hardly 5 more days to Christmas and I haven’t crafted enough! Don’t be surprised if my christmas crafts are posted till January end 😛 You can try them next year ha ha! Today I have a rather easy craft, a DIY Christmas ball ornament using the DIY kit from Itsy Bitsy India. I know many of you are not regular crafters and you find it little difficult to buy expensive crafting supplies for just a single craft. Kits like these are just perfect for people like them, especially for kids who are on holiday, they can have so much fun making and decorating their Christmas trees. I am sharing a short video on how to assemble the kit into these pretty Christmas ball ornaments.
Like adding a personal touch to your gifts? Try these cute DIY square pillow box to send in toffees and small gifts like necklaces or earrings. I had earlier shared another DIY pillow box tutorial on artsycraftymom but that was a rectangular one and this is rather smaller and square shaped. Just a little difference but made with loads of love 🙂
Christmas has always had this special charm. The cold. The carols. The decorations. Christmas is always always the special time of year 🙂 I have gifted this particular book “The calling” a few months back and since I really liked the book, I am passing it on to someone else as a christmas gift. And of course I would make it special with something handmade and this time its a DIY stamped wrapping paper. Tutorial anyone?
Taking a break from making christmas tree ornament, I made these adorable little snowy shadow box to be sent to my christmas swap partners ( hopefully they aren’t reading this!) They are really simple to make and I loved the final look. I had seen many crafters making such shaker cards and tags but I was reluctant of making these due to supply side constraint. Here I have made these using very basic supplies and am glad they are merry & bright for christmas gifting 🙂
Welcome to yet another Christmas craft. Can you smell christmas? I literally can and that smell takes me back to the time when I was very young. The Christmas of that time is probably the most memorable one I had! We dont have a white christmas here in India in fact its summery christmas but that doesnt stop me from decorating any less. I tried these DIY geometric paper ornaments this weekend and I loved how they turned out to be. I have a feeling that with the amount of DIY ornaments I am making, I might need a seperate storage area for Christmas decor items! Anyways this craft is a little intimadating if you hated maths but hey its fun to bring out your geometry box and relive your school days! Lets head straight to tutorial then