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The Easiest DIY Washi Tape Christmas Stars

Mon, Dec 22, 2014 | DIY Projects

There are a few more days left before Christmas and few more fun crafts to make with your kids! These stars are super quick to make even by the little ones themselves. They can be a cute handmade ornament for your Christmas tree or work well strung together as a garland. All of the supplies you most likely have at home already, so no there’s no fuss or...Continue Reading...


Lovely DIY Bottle Snowmen To Make With Kids

Mon, Dec 15, 2014 | DIY Projects

If you and your family don’t have an opportunity to make a cold snowman for some reasons, you can enjoy creating these bottle snowmen. Each one of them can have a different personality, so there’re plenty of ways to let your imagination run wild and have fun making these cuties. First gather the supplies: 2” Styrofoam ball, small bottle about 4-5”...Continue Reading...


Beautiful DIY Egg Carton Jingle Bells For A Christmas Tree

Thu, Nov 20, 2014 | DIY Projects

Have you ever made ornaments for a Christmas tree? So now is the time! For this project you will need an egg carton, scissors, gold spray paint, satay stick, glitter glue, sequins, pipe cleaners and bells. First cut out your egg cartons so you will have the little ‘cup’ shape. Spray paint on these ‘cups’. Let them dry. Now poke holes in the top of...Continue Reading...


Yummy Smelling And Pretty DIY Cinnamon Stick Tree Ornaments

Tue, Dec 10, 2013 | DIY Projects

It’s only few weeks before Christmas, and it’s time to enjoy this wonderful time of the year making homemade ornaments, gifts, sweets and more! I’m glad to share with you one more super fun and easy ornament tutorial that you can make with your kid. Prepare 3” cinnamon sticks, ¾” Canadian pine garland, assorted buttons, glue gun, wire cutters,...Continue Reading...


23 Cool DIY Christmas Tree Decorations To Make With Kids

Wed, Nov 27, 2013 | DIY Projects

It’s only a month left before Christmas, so I guess it’s time to start your preparations, making plans, buying gifts and so on. It’s always so pleasant, because while you are preparing for this holiday celebration, you get this festive mood. So, why not share this mood with your kids, let them be a part of this? We’ve gathered for you some really...Continue Reading...


Cool DIY Twiggy Christmas Trees To Make With Kids

Fri, Nov 22, 2013 | DIY Projects

One more awesome craft, that’ll set you and your kid up for a Christmas mood, I want to share today. Let’s make some twiggy Christmas trees! Prepare a few twigs, handsaw, drill with small bit, ribbon, scissors, large needle, sandpaper and liquid acrylic paints. Begin with cutting your twigs into progressively smaller pieces, using handsaw, and cutting...Continue Reading...


DIY Original Felt Kids Corsage

Tue, Dec 11, 2012 | DIY Projects

Christmas will be unforgettable if you help the children to organize it and add something special to its atmosphere. For example, these can be original felt corsage. They’re easy enough for a child to make but sophisticated enough for her mom to wear. Once you gather your supplies, you will be able to get to work. It will take couple of hours. We used...Continue Reading...


DIY Fairy Snowflakes To Make With Your Kids For Christmas Decor

Mon, Dec 10, 2012 | DIY Projects

All snowflakes may look similar, but no two are exactly alike. Here are some distinct designs for curling paper strips into fanciful snowflakes to hang in front of a window, turn into a pendant, or glue onto the cover of a child’s journal or sketchbook. You will need quilling paper strips, slotted quilling tool or wooden kitchen skewer, quilling...Continue Reading...


Sweet DIY Rudolph Reindeer

Fri, Nov 23, 2012 | DIY Projects

What a wonderful idea to turn a stick of confectionery  into a Christmas symbol – a reindeer. It’s name is Rudolph and it’s a Santa’s helper. Don’t forget that this traditional reindeer had a red nose. When I have found this idea it made me smile and inspired me. You will need minimum of materials, minimumum of time and efforts!...Continue Reading...


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