There's something about the holidays that invites silliness, right? Am I alone in this thinking? I enjoy a good pun any time of year, but I especially love and appreciate the Christmas-y ones. There's no shortage of groan-inducing jokes out there either (a quick internet search will show you that). A couple silly decorations will fit right in on your Christmas tree, plus they'll provide a nice chuckle. Keep reading to see how to make these punny Christmas ornaments, with printable designs!
Would you believe it if I told you this is a toddler's room? Heck, I would love it if it were my room! Part of what makes it so charming are the DIY animal projects scattered throughout the space. Find out how Danielle made them (and how you can, too.)
I'll be honest. I'm not really into glitter. Maybe it's because I'm a guy, or perhaps because my taste lean towards the clean and contemporary. Mostly, it's cause, as my memories of summer camp and Sunday school taught me, it's messy to deal with. Open that bottle, and it's on you for life. It is, as Demetri Martin remarks, "the herpes of craft supplies."
But this holiday season...I don't know...I'm kinda feeling it. Perhaps it's sparkles will match my beloved aluminum Christmas tree, or maybe cause the holidays always allow for going a little over the top, but they're feeling festive this year.
I don't know if you've noticed, but it's a regular ol' animal invasion on the DIY front! Yes, 2011 is the year plastic animals finally got their due. From dinosaur planters to, um, jungle-themed 'derriere' magnets, we've rounded up a few of our favorite plastic animal projects. Enjoy!
One of my brothers and brother-in-laws have homes populated by stuffed animals, and I'm not taking the Pooh Bear kind either. I'm kidded when I go to such houses because everybody knows I have a very low gross-out threshold for such things.