Fiocchi di neve con la carta - carta e cartone. D.i.y. project: quilled snowflakes. Quilled Snowflakes. 11/16/11 Edited to say: For those of you who just can't get enough quilled snowflakes, there are three more free patterns here! Today I'm featuring the beautiful snowflakes of two quillers I've had the pleasure of getting to know through the North American Quilling Guild (NAQG). Deb Mackes of Pennsylvania is a pro at making snowflakes... in fact, she doesn't even use a grid to ensure an even layout. Mind boggling! No doubt practice makes perfect, but Deb must possess an especially even gaze and steady hands.
Make a Flake. This tutorial is for 8 point flakes.
If you want to make anotomically correct, 6 point flakes, please check out THIS POST. D.i.y. project: quilled snowflakes. Faux Sneaux Flakes. As a person who always seems to get scammed out of a good birthday (November 20th) with one of those combined birthday/Christmas gifts, I know how poor Thanksgiving feels to be overlooked every year.
But this year, I have to say "Sorry Sucka!!!! " to Thanksgiving (well, the decorating part at least) to make way for some fun, wintry Christmas decor. Beautiful Paper Snowflake. Kusudama Tutorial part 1. The Japanese kusudama is a paper ball made out of multiple identical origami shapes glued together.
Untitled. Last Christmas I was going crazy over those cool cone-shaped trees that they sell a variety of at Target, but couldn’t bring myself to spend $40 for one.
Wonderful x-mas wreath - free craft tutorial. This wreath was not free, but it was all worth it.
We like it so much, that we´re considering to leave it in the livingroom after x-mas is over;) What we used A big wreath of straw. Seethrough thread Needle Loads of felted balls. You can make your own, but it will take some time. How we did it Put 5 balls on your thread and lay them over the top of the wreath. 101 Handmade Christmas Ornaments. Get ready for the holidays with handmade ornaments!
There’s something about handmade ornaments that really make me smile. I made ornaments every year with my mom as a child and creating this list reminded me of some of those classic ornaments. She still has some of them to hang on her tree! Have you ever made a quilted ornament without sewing? Those were some of my favorites! Top your gifts with glitter cookie cutters, make yarn wreaths with your children, add a favorite photo to a felt Polaroid ornament for your best friend…I could go on and on.
There are a million ways to use these and they are all quick projects. Crayon Hearts. Gift tag no. 3 - popsicle sticks. Here is a new gift tag/gift decor project for the series that I'm creating because of the holiday season.
I didn't use any paper for this one. I'm trying to use what I have so this version is using a tiny part of my popsicle sticks stash. The design is fairly simple - one stick to use for a holiday message, another for "FROM" and the last one for the "TO" information. Materials:- 3 popsicle sticks- yarn (enough to make it around the gift about two-three times.- drill I drilled a hole on each end of the sticks (1/4" from the end). What the back looks like. DIY Design Community « Keywords: Holiday, Christmas, Craft, DIY. Christmas Bust out your lab coat and goggles, because we're about to get down with some science.
Making your own borax crystal ornaments is not only super cool, it's a fun project to do with kids (and keep the education going during that extra long holiday break)! First, I have to thank my friend Megan for sharing this with me. She knows I'm a kid at heart and, well, easily amused. If you're the same way, or actually have kids to amuse, let's see what we'll need to get this little holiday experiment going.
Materials: 12 inch pipe cleanercraft stick26-28 gauge wirewire cutters3 cups very hot water9 tablespoons boraxempty quart containerfood coloring (optional) Once you've gathered up your supplies, head on over to the Martha Stewart blog to see how these crystals take shape. Looking for more seasonal DIY projects and ideas? Tagged : Holiday, Christmas, Craft, How-To, kids, borax, science, crystals, ornaments, DIY. Top 10 advent calendars. Top 10 advent calendars The tradition of advent calendars used to count or celebrate the days of Advent in anticipation of Christmas are made mostly for children these days.
Most begin on December 1, regardless of when Advent begins, which can be as early as November 27 and as late as December 3. One window, bag, pocket or other for each day of December leading up to Christmas Day. One is opened every day during Advent. In many of these calendars, each window opens to reveal an image, a poem, toy or a chocolate. How to make 3D paper ornaments. Here's a Christmas ornament you can make with colored papers or magazine pages.
I'm not sure what to call it. A funnel ball? The instructions: 1. Cut out 10 paper circles (any size, as long as they're all the same). 4. 5. Here's one made from magazine pages.