Roll with it! Decorate toilet paper tubes for an advent calendar garland that holds little surprises for each day. Let the countdown begin!
Can you believe this wreath is made from painted brown grocery bags? It's festive and it's green!
Decorate your wreath with the faces of the people you love! Clip painted clothespins around a bent wire hanger, then insert the day's haul of holiday cards for all to see.
Spruce up Mother Nature with bits of leftover yarn from your craft closet. Wrap bright yarn in the crevices of a pinecone, then group in a bowl for display or tie on the top of a package as playful gift wrap.
Who says it's all about red and green? Decoupage colorful tissue paper to Styrofoam cones, then wrap bits of yarn around the trees to create a minimal, modern look.
Your little one can smile down on you from the top of the tree with this personalized tree topper. Have your own angel join in the fun by finger painting the wings and making the paper plate base.
It's a minty holiday! Use distilled water and nail polish to achieve this cool marbled look.
Snow day! Arrange craft sticks into snowflake patterns and glue into place. Paint them red or white and add some sparkle with glitter or rhinestones. Tie with a ribbon to hang in a window or display on a wall.
Meet me under the mistletoe: gift-wrap a piece of foam core for the base of this mantle decor project. Cut out a silhouette and glue to your gift-wrapped foam core and rest under the mistletoe!
Countdown the days until Christmas with treats, notes, and surprises clipped to each clothespin.
Santa Claus is coming to your Christmas tree this year! This simple craft is made of a matchbox, felt and a plastic ornament.
No need to run to the craft store for this project. Frosty can come to life with the help of things you?ll find around your house.
This colorful creation will give your home a mod feel. Your kids will love wrapping yarn around the wheel and creating homemade pom-poms for a finishing touch.