Create a beautiful and one of a kind Christmas ornaments from nature. They will be a perfect addition to your Christmas tree!
You will need: a wood-burning pen, cookie cutters as template, wood coasters or wood slices, fabric or ribbon and a drill.
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Thrift store cabinet gets a fabulous makeover with plumage teal paint and gold legs. This makeover will leave you looking for an old piece of furniture to get started on.
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Here are some great Christmas ornament ideas to get you in the crafting and holiday spirit!
Diy simple hearts out of wire and wooden beads. Thread beads on the wire, shape it like a heart and make a loop at the top. Via...
Bead Garland Hearts. Click here... for tutorial
Wooden bead star. Via...
Wooden Bead ornaments made with alphabet stamps. Via...
Heart ornament made out of duct tape and wooden beads. Via tutorial
So simple and beautiful. Via...
Wooden Christmas ornaments, so pretty and easy to make. Via...
Beautiful wooden bead ornaments. Simply paint the beads whatever color you desire then apply rub on's or stickers for decoration and string them on jute. Via...
DIY Christmas Tree Ornament. Via tutorial
This is such a simple project that you could involve those little hands around you. Go to the36thavenue.com for tutorial
Who doesn't adore Barbapapa? Easy and fun project, made by Berglind Sigmars from Iceland.
This cute tee shirt comes from http://maggiemaysgifts.wordpress.com
All you need is a plain white tee shirt, striped fabric, brown fabric, an old pair of jeans and some white yarn.
sew a button on the pants.
cut brown fabric for shoes and used yarn for white laces.
Then just line the pieces up, pinn them in place and sew them onto the white shirt with a zig zag stitch.
Jacob does it again with this great DIY chalk paint globe! hometreeatlas.com
Such a cute idea and endless possibilities of use.
Materials used: Plastic globe, black acrylic paint, chalkboard paint, brushes and chalk.
Step one is to paint the entire globe black including the blue stand. Jacob wanted to have a basecoat to paint the chalkboard paint onto.
After painting 2 coats of black acrylic, and 2 coats of chalkboard paint – Jacob then conditioned the globe. This is done by crushing up some chalk and wiping it all over. This is what Jacob tried to create the soapstone texture, by wiping the chalk dust horizontally around the globe.