In case you missed last years Christmas DIY posts, here’s a short recap! Unfortunately, I haven’t had much time to do anything like that this year, but there will be some sewing projects coming up soon!
If you’re into origami or you’d like to try, check out my 3D paper star tutorial!
Two easy candle DIYs!
If you’re having guests staying at your house during the Christmas season, you might enjoy this bedtime candy DIY!
I finally wrapped up all the presents. This year I used handmade gift tags.
I printed the picture/text I wanted to be on the tags on white cotton. One could also just plain white paper, but cotton looks much nicer. I got the picture from Two Things In Common.
I glued the cotton cut-outs on green paper and embellished the gift tags with gold thread.
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#1 Hot Chocolate paper cups
Hot Chocolate paper cups – Adorable!
#2 Felt pine cones
Just follow the link for pattern and instructions!
#3 DIY Button Christmas card
So simple and adorable!
#4 year-round ornaments
Why not try making these posh-looking ornaments?
#5 Easy made advent calendar
#6 Oranges and cloves
Classic orange and cloves Christmas decor!
#7 Hand-made Christmas tree
Found this here.
#8 Hot chocolate dippers
Of course. All that Christmas stuff has been lying around in stores for weeks now and it’s pretty annoying to be steamrolled by Christmas jingles and gingerbread from September on.
But now, since it’s November already, it’s fairly bearable.
Last week the festive season officially started in London with the Christmas lights switch-on on the big shopping streets (as pretty and impressive as last year’s) and – with it come the Christmas window displays.
I love window shopping. Especially during Christmas season when everything is nicely decorated with fairy lights and stuff. But then I saw this: