Hello Style Spotters! I hope the holiday season is in full swing for you all, and that you’ve got time planned to spend with family and friends! If you’re like me, you haven’t even started thinking about gifts or decorating or all those holiday shenanigans yet–and that’s ok. I’ve pulled together a few last-minute options for you to take a look at.
I love this simple copper card tree holder tutorial from The Nest. It’s perfect for showing off all the cute cards you receive this holiday season while adding extra Christmas cheer to your home at the same time.
I have a horrible track record with mittens. It seems like the day after I get them, they get lost. For the mitten-losers out there, try this adorable sew-your-own tutorial from A Beautiful Mess. Find an old sweater and start sewing! Hopefully you won’t lose your handiwork (Terrible pun intended. Bear with me).
Last minute holiday party? Look no further. Try this awesome Colorful DIY Christmas Party guide from Paper & Stitch. Go wild with bright colors or tame with more traditional red’s and green’s. Either way, you’ll have a room your guests will be sure to remember!
And there you have it! Enjoy the holidays, friends! See you next year!
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Trend: Creative Gift Wrapping. Forget the regular ‘ol store-bought gift wrap and make your own! There are SO many different things you can do to make a creative wrap. I’ve gathered a few favorites from around the internet to share with you.
Scarf Wrapping: Everything Golden.
Faux Chalkboard Wrap: Going Home To Roost.
DIY Fabric Ribbon: Dana Made It.
Woven Paper Gift Topper: Minieco.co.uk.
Washi Tape Wrapping: Poppytalk.
Typographic Gift Wrap: Man Made DIY.
Yarn Wrapping with Stamped Paper, from Cotton & Flax.
Photo Magnet Gift tags: The Paper Mama.
Polar Bear Gift Wrap: Mr. Printables.
Scarf Gift Wrap: Lisa Storms for Fiskars.
Confetti Stripes: 3@12.
Marshmallow World Wrapping Paper: The Paper Mama.
Duct Tape Gift Tag (with free pattern): UCreate.
Have you ever made your own gift wrap?
- Chelsey, The Paper Mama