Diynetwork. Entertaining - DIY Party Ideas, Recipes, Wedding & Baby Showers. Marianne from SongBirdBlog.com suggests not overlooking any room when it comes to Christmas decorating.
Stockings on the headboard, a little tree and some lights add the perfect touch to her Scandinavian-mountain-cabin style decor. Create a centerpiece of numbered candles. Use nine candles to count the nights of Hanukkah or use four candles to count down the weeks of advent. Design by SongBirdBlog.com A South Pacific Christmas tree is adorned in starfish, pineapples and bright-red tropical flowers. Old sweaters, some scraps of wood and a few crafting supplies was all it took to make this trio of lollipop trees. Diynetwork. Diynetwork. 19 Rustic Christmas Decorations Made Inexpensively From Upcycled Items. Upcycle old costume jewelry into sparkling tree ornaments.
Add beads and ribbon to stiff jewelry wire to hang the pin or brooch. Have an old wool sweater you can’t part with? Then hang it on your front door. To make this wreath pouch, felt the sweater then cut the sleeves and neck off. Use embroidery thread to sew the bottom, sides and neckline together and prevent fraying. 19 Rustic Christmas Decorations Made Inexpensively From Upcycled Items.
Diynetwork. Home and Garden DIY Ideas, Photos and Answers. Inexpensive plastic ornaments plus a dowel plus plaster of paris equals a great ornament topiary to add some bling to your Christmas mantle I have started to get my Christmas planning in gear.
For the most part, our favorite decorations make an appearance every year, but I do like to mix things up a little. Since forever, my Santa collection has adorned our mantle with greenery and lights. But this year, I was compelled to paint Santa's portrait to hang over our mantle, which has prompted me to rethink that whole space. The wall above my mantel is tall, so Santa's portrait is 4 feet tall.
10 Ways To: Coastal holiday decorating. Saturday, November 24, 2012 Decorating for the holidays can be coastal chic when you follow these 10 decorating ideas. 1.
Nautical rope, starfish and pine branches draped over your banister will add the perfect touch of holiday spirit to your space. Holiday decorating doesn't have to be daunting, these tips will add a sparkle with ease. 2. 3. 4. 5. Homemade Christmas Ornaments Ideas Christmas Celebrations. Every Christmas, people would be all excited to decorate their homes with different Christmas ornaments and decorations that will make their homes festive and cheerful.
You always look forward to going home on Christmas because your home would seem more welcoming than usual with all the decors decking out your place and the sights and smells that would greet you. You might feel a little pressured to keep purchasing new ornaments to adorn your home during the Christmas season. However, you don’t have to do this. You can actually make homemade Christmas ornaments that are more meaningful without being any less beautiful. Interior Design Styles and Color Schemes for Home Decorating. Create a stunning outdoor display with just a pop of color to add a contemporary touch.
Designer John Gidding covers the entire facade of the house with a wash of light by hanging traditional white string lights and white rope lights in evenly spaced vertical stripes. Bright fuchsia-colored floodlights give the display a fun, modern look, while a playful snowflake pattern projected from the front lawn lights up the second story. Use two textured ribbons, like velvet and brocade options in complementary hues, to create a beautiful bow at the bottom of your wreath.
Fill out the rest of the wreath with ornaments and flowers. Design by RMSer Leanne Michaels Interiors. Designer Lauren Lake creates pillars of light to welcome guests by wrapping string lights in a tight weave around the columns. Go the simple yet stunning route by letting the beauty of a fresh evergreen wreath take center stage.
Robin Star by Maria Sinayskaya - Diagram. Robin Star /Version 2, December 2012/ Robin Star /Version 2/ Type: 8-pointed modular origami star Designer: Maria Sinayskaya Created: December 2012.
Origami Maniacs 98: Origami Bialbero Christmas Tree By Francesco Guarnieri. Sea inspired table setting and ideas for your beach themed party. Decorating Ideas Turquoise, white and navy blue – the colors of the sea.
Oh Teal! - Shades of Teal, Aqua, and Turquoise. Handmade Beach Themed Christmas Decorations For A Coastal Inspired Christmas. Are you dreaming of a salty and sandy Christmas?
Here is a beautiful collection of handmade beach themed Christmas decorations and decor to bring the beach to your home this holiday season, whether you are celebrating seaside or just daydreaming of sea breezes and warm sunshine while you are buried under 10 feet of snow. Handmade Beach Themed Christmas Decorations And Decor For Having A Very Merry Beachy Christmas You can get as creative as you like when decking your home in beach themed Christmas decorations and decor.
Blend traditional Christmas decor with beach decor for a cozy, festive atmosphere. Decorate with blues, greens, creams, silver, with pops of red and natural elements such as twigs, seashells, starfish and pine cones to bring the seaside into your home. Decorating with beachy colors like green, blue, pink and yellow, lends itself the opportunity to toss tradition aside in favor of a fun, more modern design. How To Create A Christmas Table Centerpiece - Trees n Trends - Unique Home Decor. How To Decorate a Teardrop Wreath for Christmas - Trees n Trends - Unique Home Decor. Wreath Tips With Nancy; Adding Two Ribbons in Your Wreath. Origami Paper Box. How to make gift bags from newspaper. When I bought something at a store recently, the clerk handed me my purchase in a bag made from a newspaper.
I liked it very much and had to make some more—thus today's DIY recycled newspaper project: gift bags made from the Wall Street Journal. You can vary the dimensions, of course, but here's what I used to create a bag that's 5" tall, 4.5" wide, and 3" deep. Stack two sheets of newspaper on top of each other. This will be a two-ply bag for extra sturdiness. Origami Resource Center. Paper flower tutorial.
I thought some of you would enjoy a quick tutorial on how to make those little paper flowers I used as part of my table setting a couple weeks ago. The credit for these go to Martha Stewart (I saw this idea nearly 10 years ago in her magazine, but haven't been able to find it on her website). So here I go.. Step 1: Draw a spiral on a 4x4" square sheet of paper Step 2: Cut out spiral along lines you have drawn Step 3: Begin rolling up the spiral from the outside Step 4: Keep on rolling until there's no more left to roll. Ideas for Homemade Christmas Ornaments -Coastal Style! Celebrating Christmas with homemade ornaments. I posted this idea of a clear fillable Christmas ball ornament in an earlier post here: Make a Beach Ornament. This is another beauty, made by the talented Alisa from Life is a Beautiful Place. Coastal Christmas Trees.
Plastic Canvas Heirloom Doilies. Read instructions for each piece before cutting and working graphs. Each square on graph equals one hole on plastic canvas. To make working and assembly easy, label each piece of canvas as it is cut. Trim edges smooth.