DIY for Christmas
Personalize your Christmas season with some DIY projects..
I am sure its not the best time to start something entirely new, but you can always give it a try... if you are not sure how to decorate your home this Christmas, make these adorable items at home, just to add a little creativity in your fun Christmas decorations!!
DIY 1: This paper garland would add a little color in your decoration. It is super easy, all you need are, colorful hard paper, scissors, thread and needle. Create any shape like stars, teddies, trees etc using scissors and connect them through thread using needle... You can also create this garland according to your Christmas decoration theme like golden start and red santa :)
DIY 2: This holiday season, let it snow. For this piece you need scissors, lightweight white craft paper, thread. For each snowflake, fold a paper square in half once, and then in half again. Create a fold so that the upper right corner meets the lower left corner and fold the paper in half diagonally once again.
Cut random smaller notches in the paper edges. Then, unfold the paper to check the snowflake. Attach strings/thread with the snowflakes and enjoy the show!
DIY 3: Haven't worn a scarf or a sweater in a while... if its actually not wearable anymore and you are pretty sure, you can't even donate it then no problem, don't throw away.. recycle it! Cut it in a square, make sure these cuts are really fine and you are not end up spoiling it. Fill with some goodies, so it will take a nice shape, make it it look a little Santa’s sack and tie it with the heavy thread! You can use it either like an ornament or like a gift bag!
DIY 4: Love wall art? Use popsicle stick to make snowflakes, that will give you the special feeling of winter, perfect art for the holidays. Use glue to attach the popsicle sticks together. You can google some snowflake designs if you like. After a while spray paint the sticks in silver, gold or any other color and put the art on the wall :) Super easy to make right :)
Share your ideas in the comments :) Thank you for reading, Enjoy your Christmas!