I don't know about you guys, but for me Christmas is the time of year when my last-minute tendencies really come to the fore. It's always so busy during the holiday season that between my day job, blogging, client work and family gatherings, there's little to no time left to shop for gifts, let alone wrap them!
This year, all my Christmas decor is leaning towards the paper-y and the handmade. So, when all my Christmas presents ended up getting wrapped in brown craft paper and old books, I knew the leftover red and green gift tag stickers at the bottom of my wrapping paper organizer wouldn't do.
So, I came up with this easy way to create leaf-shaped newsprint gift tags for free! And free is a lot better than the $4.00 apiece they're asking at West Elm. Here's how:
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This is a holiday party that won’t cause you any stress. Skip all the hard stuff (multiple-course meals, etc.), and treat yo’ self and yo’ friends to the good stuff: champagne and chocolate. End the year with sweets and bubbles, and host a decadent open house to wrap up the season with style. Here’s how you can pull it off with ease.
Everyone loves a good Christmas village or little winter scene to display during the season! I love how it adds a whimsical touch and how easy it is to create your very own without having to buy the expensive sets in stores. Simply using stackable wooden blocks and floral wire, you can create beautiful silouettes of trees to capture a magical winter in your own home.Materials
- Wooden blocks (I found mine...
Ah the holidays. If your family is anything like mine, this is the one time of year when everyone's in the same place so of course all the cameras come out for the obligatory family photograph. And that being the case, why not make it a good one complete with stunning festive backdrop! You'd be surprised how simple it is to set one of these up, and boy will they add a whole of pretty to your pics. Read on for my favourites!
I am a huge fan of simple, clean shapes, and triangle are my all time favorite. This little alternative Christmas tree was inspired by a tree I saw in a shop window in Sweden a couple years ago.
Fireplace and mantles are focal points of rooms so they can become the focal point of Holiday decor. Here are ten mantles that are festive and unique, and if you haven't decorated your mantle they can give you some inspiration.
I've been looking for a fun graphic piece for our home that has some sort of cute little holiday message or countdown to Christmas day, but I'm finding it hard to find one that suits our style and aesthetic. So, I created a modern and sleek Chrismas sign that is versatile, functional and one-of-a-kind!
- 1/4" Birch Plywood (ours was 8 1/2" x 10 1/2")
- Plexi glass (8" x 10"...
If you're anything like me, you'll know what it's like to scrounge around on Christmas Eve for the last remnants of wrapping paper you can find because you've left your gift wrapping to the last minute and the shops are no longer open. Thankfully, the internet always comes to my rescue with printable after free printable full of prettily patterned paper goodness - it's saved my gifts and my sanity time and time again. Click through to see my favourite printable finds!
I am always love interiors that go all out with Holiday decor beyond the room with the Christmas tree. These are the houses that Christmas cheer is found in most rooms... even in small ways. Here are some interiors that have literally decked the halls and staircases for the holidays.
Not everybody has space for a giant Christmas tree. And some of us just love to have a variety of different trees (that's me!). If you're short on space, this hanging twig Christmas tree might be the perfect solution for you. It can be suspended over a tabletop, and you can also make it any size you like. Continue reading to check out the final result and to find out how to make one yourself.
I love a colorful Christmas tree with all my favorite things about Christmas. Here is how your Christmas tree can make a statment...literally, by adding a little bit of typographic garland to your decor.
I'm guilty of it - every year I end up propping the holiday cards I receive up against the wall on the kitchen counter. It's not very functional, and it's certainly not very pretty either. So I was determined to come up with a creative alternative. Keep reading to check out what I found.
Here I am. Pledging my undying love for PVC pipe and all the crazy amounts of creative things you can make with it. The lastest hack? These candy cane napkin rings that are perfectly simple and sweet for your holiday table. PVC, how I love thee. You just need two things!
I'm on the fence on this first one. On one hand, it's fabulously quirky, but on the other hand, it looks a bit more spring-y than Christmas-y. But the NEXT one??