We are definitely getting closer to Christmas now and how fun is it to start seeing all the creative projects for Christmas. I love seeing all the ideas here and be inspired. Today is our first round up of features for Christmas. Love all the different ornament ideas, makes me want to maybe make a few with my daughter today. I hope this inspires you as well and take some family time to do these projects during this season. Have a wonderful weekend and don’t forget to stop on by and visit some of your fellow bloggers and see what they have to share.
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We are featuring unique ornament DIYs to get you excited about the holidays.
How to Make Ice Ornaments from Dandelion Patina is such a cool way to decorate an outdoor tree and is the perfect winter activity to do with your family. She includes other nature friendly tree trimmings in this creative post that you won’t want to miss!
Do you enjoy adding rustic touches to your Christmas decor? Two Bees in a Pod shared how to create Stacked Wood Slice Christmas Tree Ornament using natural elements. We love the texture and interest the ornaments add to their tree.
These cute as a button ornaments from Karen’s Up on the Hill are a great way to create DIY ornaments taking advantage of your button stash. They add a fun boho-vintage feeling to her farmhouse style.
DIY Just Cuz was inspired by Japanese culture when she created this Paper Crane Ornament using supplies from the 100 Yen store ($1 store!). Make sure to stop by to learn more about the tradition of origami paper cranes and check out the easy to follow tutorial.
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Cynthia Chilson Finger says
This is my first time visiting your party — so much holiday inspiration! Thanks for hosting! Take care, Cynthia
Cynthia Chilson Finger recently posted…Child’s Cabinet – Before & After
Thank you Cynthia so glad you stopped by!
Vicki and Jennifer 2 Bees in a Pod says
We can’t thank you enough for featuring our stacked wood slice ornaments! We are so excited!
Vicki and Jennifer 2 Bees in a Pod recently posted…DIY Sweater Wine Bags
So so cute!