1) Christmas mantel decorations
Hey everyone - in today's video we're going to be putting together my Christmas mantle!
What I like to do is start with base pieces and then add a few things each year but then I also pull from my stash so I'm never just going out and buying all of this stuff new so that's what I recommend you do like maybe buy like a really nice garland swag and then each year you can add to it!
2) DIY Christmas centerpiece ideas
I want to share with you seven different Christmas centerpiece ideas for your holiday decor this year so I'm totally standing in my little jungle here because our house is upside down!
So I just put all of the pieces together together according to the directions in the package of the kit and I let my kids do some and I did some let them put all the candies and everything and all the colors on theirs and I just chose to put the white royal icing!
3) Easy Hallway Christmas DIY's you Have to try!
If you shop at any thrift store you know that you can find vases all the time so I found this one vase I really liked the shape of it but wanted to update the appearance to it!
Next I'm going to use a foam brush and I'm just going to paint it onto my vase, now when i say painted that word is very lightly used because I want it to be rough!
4) DIY Christmas village tutorial
Okay so tip number one I would definitely say with to be plan out your buildings according to the space that you have available to work with for your Christmas village. One of my first mistakes that I did when I started villaging was I found a ton of buildings on sale and I bought them all!
I was stressed out trying to figure out how to fit all these buildings into this tiny little space and I didn't then have platforms built and things like that to work with so it was very challenging for me and I tried to stuff them all in but in my opinion the best villages are when you can actually set the scene for each building that you have so if you're talking about a residential area it's nice when you can actually leave room for a front yard maybe a backyard driveway trees roads and things like that! l
5) Christmas crate decorating ideas
Today I'm going to show you how to take this raw crate and turn it into a custom Christmas crate! These are a nice size, they're about 18 inches long perfect for filling lots of Christmas treasures in! You can find these crates at your local hardware store or craft store pretty much anywhere in the world as well as online!
These cost me approximately eleven dollars plus tax so the first thing I'm going to do is take a look on all sides of my crate and I'm going to remove any price tags or barcodes that might be found we don't want to take away from the handmade aspect of this gift so I just want to make sure there's nothing store related on the wood crate!
After that I'm going to get ready for sanding - sand with a medium to soft grit sandpaper get rid of some of the texture that can be found on these raw crates they're definitely not finished and ready for painting as is so it's important for me to give them a light sand just to get it ready!
6) Christmas ladders using $1 Dollar Tree supplies
Once i'm finished I put it on the wall and this will be the result and I'm so happy how it looks - I really love it! You will need a few berries for this project but it looks beautiful and it's so much cheaper to diy!
7) Easy Elegant DIY Christmas Ornaments
I have a really great Christmas DIY for you guys I'm going to show you how to make two different kinds of ornaments - the first one are these pearl wrap ornaments they're very elegant and they look gorgeous on your Christmas tree especially with the light shining on them and the same goes for the second one that I'm going to show you guys how to make which is this sort of glittery, sequined with a little bit of pearls on it!
8) Picture frame Christmas wreath
Old picture frames make brilliant wreaths for inside your home - and all you need are a few cheap supplies you can pick up at the dollar store to make them! So follow the brilliant tutorial below and get crafting today!
9) DIY wall mounted Christmas trees
Wall mounted Christmas trees are great for small spaces or for people with allergies who cant have real trees! All you need is tinsel, string lights, baubles and a few other supplies that you can pick up at your local dollar store! So follow the tutorial below and you should have your beautifully wall mounted Christmas tree finished in no time at all!
10) DIY gold hoop Christmas wreath
I'm excited to share with you how you can create this beautiful gold hoop Christmas wreath using items from the Dollar Tree so, let's get started! Okay for this project what you're going to need are some floral pics of your choice from Dollar Tree, pinecones, floral wire in gold, and a couple of the wired garland ties. So just follow the tutorial below and get crafting today!