DIY Christmas Ideas
Give a homemade Christmas gift that your friend or family member will love. We have food gifts, cheap gifts, easy gifts, and personal Christmas gifts that ensure a happy holiday.
Cheap Candle Craft|
descriptionDiscover the secret household ingredient you can use to turn pillar candles into display-ready centerpieces.
Cute Snowman Crafts: Make a Snowman Family
Use cheap supplies to make fun snowmen crafts. Each snowman requires just a few supplies and can be made in minutes.you'll need: Wooden balls in graduated sizes, wooden spools, checkers and many flower pots , small pompoms, felt scraps, scissors, a round hole paper punch and a hot glue gun and glue sticks. Start with two wooden balls of different sizes. Glue them together with hot glue . Cut a strip of felt paper scarf making about a quarter inch wide and about 8 inches long. Test the length of the scarf by tying it around the neck. Remove the scarf. Cut it to the best length and trim a knot in the end. Then reattach the scarf to cover the seam. For nose, use a small triangle of felt. Fold it over and glue it in place. To make the snowman's eyes and buttons, use the hole punch to cut tiny felt circle. You may need to trim the fuss from the dots to make them easier to work with.
Pretty Christmas Garland: Make It with Cupcake Liners!
Use up mismatched cupcake liners in a creative way -- as Christmas garland! This incredibly easy holiday craft (you'll just need liners, a stapler, and some glue dots) will pretty-up any Christmas door or entryway.
Easy Snowflake Wreath: Only 5 Supplies!
Create a pretty snowflake wreath with felt and a few cheap supplies. This craft will look great on your holiday door!
Cheap Napkin Ring Craft
Update a plain-Jane napkin ring with a few natural elements and ribbon scraps. This cheap craft works great as a statement piece for your next party.
Pretty Christmas Garland: Make It with Paper!
With a little bit of time and just a handful of supplies, you can make a pretty Christmas garland that costs just pennies. This holiday decoration will make your mantle extra merry.a round paper punch, red cardstock, white floral wire and a hot glue gun . Trace the leaf template onto both vellum and cardstock and cut them out. Using the scoring template from bhg.com, which has been traced onto cardboard and cut out, score each leaf several times using a bone folder. Do this on a cushioned surface such as a cutting mat. Gently, fold the leaf along the score line. Repeat the process to make several more leaves. Using a hot glue gun , attach the stems of the leaves to a piece of string, alternating vellum and cardstock leaves. Using a paper punch, make several circles from red cardstock. Cut three pieces of white floral wire, fold each strand in half and twist it. Sandwich a piece of wire between two red circles and hot glue gun together. Twist three of the wire strands together to make a cluster. Repeat the process to make several more clusters. Using a hot glue gun , attach the berries to the box of every third or fourth leaf on the garland. Finally, hang your garland.
Christmas Food Gift Ideas
Who doesn't love a food gift? This Christmas, make one of these food gifts to please even the hard-to-buy-for on your list.
Homemade Christmas Ornament
Make a pretty homemade Christmas ornament using old sheet music and a few cheap supplies. The result is a holiday craft you can make with the kids or enjoy on your home tree.Sheet music pinwheel ornament. Here's what you'll need: sheet music , hole punch, clothespins, wooden bead, silver cord, decorative brad and a glue stick. Accordion-fold sheet music . Cut folded sheet music in half. Punch a hole in the center. Thread silver cord through the hole and tie the knot, leaving excess cord. Glue
How to Make a Christmas Wreath
Design a homemade Christmas wreath. Our yarn-wrapped wreath is a cinch to make and is an oh-so-cute craft for holiday time.yarn into a knot. Tie a bow on the wreath for a finishing touch .
Make a Classic Bow
I'm Steph Hung. I'm a professional crafter and I'm gonna teach you how to make the classic bow. I like to use a ribbon with a really nice straight to it like a silk. You're gonna make 2 loops, 1 in each hand with the tail's facing away from you. You're gonna cross the left loop over the right andpull it through a hole you formed. And then now take your index fingers in each loop and pull it through. Pull the edges of the knot under. so it looks perfectly finished.