These ornaments can be hung on a tree or used to embellish packages. They’re simple to make & customize to any color you need. And it’s an easy craft for the kids to make, too!
This is another tablescape inspired by a gift from my wonderful husband. He knows how much I love purple, and when he saw a purple poinsettia, he knew I just had to have it. (It’s even been sprayed with glitter!) Inspired by that poinsettia, here’s my Purple Christmas Tablescape.
I’m usually drawn to a more modern decor, but there is a ‘girly’ side of me that loves Shabby Chic. I wanted to do a new Christmas Village vignette this year, and since my favorite color is lilac, I decided to go with that color. Here’s how I turned Dollar Tree houses into a Shabby Chic Lilac Village.
This year I’ve decided on a black & white Christmas tree with silver & crystal accents. So, I’ve been busy making a lot of different ornaments. This is how I made my Zebra Ornaments.
I’d seen Christmas Ornaments similar to these a while back, so I decided to try my hand at them. This is my version of the Shooting Star Ornaments.
This year, I’m planning a black & white Christmas tree, so I’m making ornaments for the tree. Today, I made Snow Leopard Ornaments. They are surprisingly easy to make even though they look hard, and the price that is being charged for this type of ornament is outrageous! I’ll show you how I did it! Trust me, they are easy.
I’ve been making Flower Pot Angels for years, and for some of my new crafters, I thought I show you how I make them. I chose blue with brown hair, but you can change the color of the angel & hair to match any theme you want. They’re not only for Christmas decorations. They are adorable additions to a child’s bedroom as well as a kitchen angel. Only your imagination can limit this design.
This year’s Thanksgiving Tablescape was inspired by the china. The china is white & gold, so I let it dictate the rest of the tablescape. It’s simple & I really like the way it all came together. I hope you like it.
Have a Blessed Thanksgiving everyone.
The temperatures are falling, and every time they do, I start craving homemade soup. My Cheese Broccoli Soup is a very easy to make recipe that a friend gave to me years ago. I’ve been making it for over 20 years & it has never failed.