Winter Holiday Jeopardy Jeopardy Template. DIY Paper Christmas Trees. How to Make 3D Paper Christmas Tree. I love paper almost as much as I love wool.
There are so many inspirations around us that we can use in the most creative way possible. Since Christmas is coming, the natural urge for me was to make some paper ornaments for our house. I bet you’ll love this simple 3D Christmas Tree. We would like to show you how to make it step by step, just as I did! We decided to make the instructions simpler with just three cuts to make 24 twigs, but you can upgrade it with four or even five cuts if you need it to be 'fluffier'.
Watch the video if you prefer or use our picture instructions to complete this awesome, DIY winter project. Check out our other paper crafts like this beautiful 3D Paper Snowflake or amazing Square Pillow Gift Box made with an old CD and paper!
Christmas Origami. We have collected together some fun Christmas origami models to enjoy with your kids.
You can use them to decorate your house, your parcels, or your tree - or you can make Christmas cards and gift tags, fridge magnets, bookmarks ... we are sure you can think of some more good ideas! Instructions are in pdf format so that you can read them online, save them to your computer, or print them out. This funny little elf could be busy at Christmas helping Santa Claus, or causing trouble for St Patricks Day! Follow our origami gift box instructions to make this lovely box in useful sizes - use it for storage or for giving presents at Christmas or any time of year! This is a very simple origami star which even the youngest children can make. Treat Bucket Ornament. Hi everyone!
I am thrilled to be here on Craft Snob today to share an ornament idea for the Handmade Ornament Parade. At Kiki Creates, I share projects,tutorials, printables and the inspiration it all comes from. I have also added amazing contributors who write about Fashion, Photography, Fitness and Cooking. I’d love to have you come and visit (and of course say HI!). Along with my blog, I also have an etsy shop which keeps me busy!
A few months ago, I shared some really fun Halloween Treat Bucket Critters made for a Halloween tree, so my idea today stemmed from those, but for Christmas time! How sweet are they?! Because I have one little girl (and her favorite color is pink), I made a few different ones to show you how you can mix it up! These treat bucket ornaments are great to display on a little Christmas tree..and later in the season on my blog, I cannot wait to show you what I am placing in them for my kids! They certainly bring a lot of personality to the tree.. Cute, right?! Christmas Crafts & Projects. Advertisement No Thanks Keep In Touch With MarthaStewart.com Sign up and we'll send inspiration straight to you.
This wreath. This wreath saved me. You know when you are so inspired by something it is all you can think about!? I want to Himmeli everything. Lets back up. I was in a decorating funk and for the life of me couldn’t find any holiday inspiration. The wreath and how to make something similar lived in my every thought for days. (And when I say easy, I mean my 10 year old can do it. Tutorials for this type of project are notoriously confusing and make you want to give up on life completely. I even made a video because, lets face it, sometimes it is just easier to learn things in person. But of course I had to do a regular tutorial too.
To make a Himmeli Wreath you will need: 1 Package of Cocktail Straws1 Spool of 30 Gauge Floral Wire Start by cutting your straws down to right length. The fastest and most efficient way to cut 105 straws is to use a rotary cutter and a guide. Before you get started I have a few tips: Now is the fun part. Measure out 2 1/2 arms length of wire.