Get ready to add a touch of holiday enchantment to your home! 🎄
Decorating your space for Christmas doesn’t have to drain your wallet. This year, we’ve got a delightful idea that’s easy on the budget. Transform your home with DIY Christmas decorations crafted from vibrant wrapping paper. Mix and match various patterns to create a cheerful assortment of one-of-a-kind ornaments!
With just a few essential supplies, you’ll be well on your way to crafting adorable decor that’s as charming as gingerbread cookies! 🎁✨
This peppermint bark is a staple at Christmas. It’s super easy to make and if you’re looking for an inexpensive but pretty gift, you can wrap up the bark and give it away as a gift. Think school teachers, holiday parties. Everyone loves chocolate bark! Ingredients (2) 10 oz bags premium dark chocolate chips (2) 10 oz bags premium white chocolate chips 4 or 5 crushed peppermint candy canes Directions
OMG, I made my very own candy necklace! Pretty cool huh? You can make these in whatever color you want… mine are pink and purple for Valentine’s Day. Alright let’s start. This is easy, I promise! Ingredients 4 egg whites 1 cup sugar 1/4 cream of tartar (this is a powder in the spice aisle – makes everything shiny, but it’s optional) 1 tsp of flavoring if desired 1 tbs cocoa powder (if you want them to be chocolate flavored) Directions
Does your child’s classroom exchange valentines? Jessie Jane shares two great ideas for homemade cards that are much cuter than the storebought ones. They’re easy to make, fun to decorate and oh so adorable! Caterpillar Hearts Supplies Construction paper Pencils Glitter paper (available at any craft store) Scissors Markers Googly eyes (optional) Glue stick Hole punch Directions
Ho ho ho! Planning to bring a bottle of wine to your next holiday party as a hostess gift? Add a special touch with these Santa Claus-inspired wine bottle toppers! They’re fun, festive and so easy to make – love! Supplies 8 1/2 by 11″ sheet of red felt Hot glue gun Scissors 6 cotton balls or length of faux fur Here’s how to make these sweet Santa covers: