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Last of the 3 part snowflake tutorial series. Hope you have been having fun making the other two snowflakes, cookie cutter paper snowflake and piping paper snowflake .
This is a roundup of all the DIY tutorials I’ve posted on Crafty Nest.
I really enjoy making and dressing up these standing trees with my favorite mini dot stickers and an origami star. Here’s what I did: 1.
Det finns lite olika varianter på den här idén har jag sett (se t ex Ellas Inspiration , @ Down Under , Martha Stewart och Fru Fly ).
I remember trying to eat ribbon candy at Christmastime when I was a kid. It was always a little too big for my mouth and didn’t really taste that great.
Here's another simple yet cute ornament you can make with just a couple of supplies. Just like my yarn ornament tutorial showed, you can start with a simple glass or plastic ball ornament, fill it with scrap yarn and add some acrylic paint.
W ith Christmas only a few weeks away, many of you would probably have created a gift list. Besides giving Christmas gifts to your loved ones, pretty wrapping is also another way to make the recipient feel that he or she is 'extra special' to you.
We’re nearly full-fledged into the holiday season, which means craftiness abounds!
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Felt Christmas Trees I wanted to make four felt Christmas trees, one for each member of our family. These trees are very easy to make and cost about 30 cents each. They are also so much fun because you can make many different versions and you can even let your kids help you decorate them. These are generally based off of this pom pom felt flower that I love to make.
A few weeks ago, I started collecting .
Thank you for all your wonderful comments about this wreath. It is a bit time consuming, but totally worth it. Supplies:
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