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Showing posts with label Decor. Show all posts

Terra cotta pumpkin dishes


This easy craft is just so cute! These Terra Cotta Pumpkin Dishes are the most adorable decorations for fall and Halloween. The fun thing about this project is that you can use various sized pots and saucers to create a collection of different sized pumpkins to put throughout your house! Don’t forget to share this with someone who loves Halloween!


Materials:

Directions:

  1. Paint your pots and saucers orange and let dry.
  2. Paint the wooden knobs brown and let dry.
  3. Glue your wooden knobs to the bottom of your pot. This will be the stem of the pumpkin. Let dry.
  4. Tie a piece of twine around the wooden knob.
  5. Fill your pots with Halloween candy and enjoy!

28 Ideas To Decorate Your Home With Recycled Wood This Christmas


There are just three weeks left before Christmas…can you believe it? But I think it is still not late to make your holiday home décor. Instead, it is the best time to start preparing your Christmas presents, Christmas tree, Christmas ornaments and all the things about Christmas decorations. If you want to make the holiday home décor of this year be more attractive than last year, you must try some new and fresh Christmas decoration ideas. We have already introduced you some examples that brought wood elements into the home decor, and now they are also suitable for the Christmas decorations. Natural wooden element in home decor is always pleasing to the eyes and makes us feel cozy and warm that are also the Christmas feeling. Here we have gathered some ideas to assist you to decorate your holiday home with recycled wood. They are easy to make, and you can do them with your family, especially children. Have a look and Enjoy!

Santa Cam Ornament


With the holiday season upon us and kids getting more and more excited everyday, why not add some "Christmas magic" into the house. Introducing the Santa Cam, a little DIY project similiar to the idea of the Elf on the Shelf which helps encourage children to behave in order to make Santa's nice list. Give it a try today!


Materials:

  • clear ball ornament
  • black paint
  • 1/2" to 1" washer
  • red paint marker
  • white paint marker
  • hot glue gun

Instructions:

  1. Remove the hanger portion of your ornament and set it aside.
  2. Squeeze black paint inside the ornament and start to roll it around in order to completely coat the inside (add more if paint if need be).
  3. Set ornament aside and allow to dry.
  4. Using your hot glue gun, add two drops of glue to the back of your washer and then attach to the center of your ornament and allow to dry.
  5. Use the white paint marker to write "Santa Cam", and allow to dry.
  6. Use the red paint marker to create a "recording light" beside the washer, and allow to dry.
  7. Attach the hanger portion once the ball is completely dry, and hang on tree.

Bring the Magic of Unicorns to Your Tree This Year!


Is your Christmas tree missing a little something? Bring in the Christmas magic with these sparkling, magestic, unicorn ornaments! You will have a blast making these with your kids, and a beautiful decoration to show throughout the holiday.


Materials:

  • glitter mod podge
  • clear medium sized ornaments
  • black paint pen
  • model magic
  • pink paint
  • super glue

Instructions:

  1. Begin by painting the ornament with glitter mod podge (refrain from painting the face), then set aside to dry.
  2. Using the black paint pen, draw on the eyes and nose, and set aside to dry.
  3. Roll out your model magic, and create a unicorn horn and two ears.
  4. Super glue the horn and ears on to the ornament, then paint pink and allow to dry.
  5. Find the perfect spot to hang your magical ornament.

18 Ideas to decorate Christmas trees with the theme of Mickey Mouse


If you are a fan of Mickey Mouse or have children at home who adore this beloved character, this Christmas you can choose the theme and the decoration of your Christmas tree inspired by Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.

Below you can see the best 18 ideas of what people have decorated their Christmas trees, many of them chose to use dolls, Mickey's Hands , tree topper, ornaments in red and black and Christmas meshes.

Let your creativity start, and use decorations that you already have at home or that you can buy or make by yourself.

Do it yourself and enjoy this Christmas with your family.

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Here is an easy tutorial on how to make 4 different Disney inspired Christmas ornaments for your tree:


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Christmas tree decoration using toys

Using toys to decorate a Christmas tree can be a totally unique and a fun option specially if there are children at home. 
If your little ones have too many toys, it might be an interesting idea to use them as if they were Christmas tree ornaments. It will be very practical and out of the ordinary, and the best part is that you will not have to spend more money. 
Hang the toys (any size is good) on the tree and complete the decoration with the other ornaments that you already have. 
You can add color to the decoration using meshes or garlands, paper chains, and pipe cleaners. 
Check out these beautiful ideas we found on Pinterest:

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Gorgeous Ways to Use a Plain Wooden Crate for Christmas

By using crates you can create beautiful Christmas decorations with rustic style.

These wooden crates are very easy to get and you can put them in any area of ​​your house, stack them or simply use only one of them.


The wooden crates can be used to place inside the birth (or nativity scene), to create a triangular shape like a Christmas tree, to accommodate the gifts or to simply put in some decoration of the season.

Place the wooden crates in a special corner of your home, in the main entrance, next to the Christmas tree, or in the place that you like the most.

Get inspired with all these fabulous ideas we have collected for you:












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