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DIY Sugar Cookie Set

What you need: Store bought sugar cookies Sprinkles White frosting Mini Cups with lids Snack Cups with lids Clear Cellophane Bags Scrap ribbons Scoop icing into the snack cups. Fill the mini cups with sprinkles Sit your icing cup in the bottom of the cellphone bag and put your sugar cookies on top. Put your

Elf Leg DIY

What you need: Large paint sticks Plywood or foamboard Rustoleum Key Lime Rustoleum Apple Red Hot glue gun Glue sticks Paint brush Elf Boot Template Cut out your boot and spray paint it whatever color you choose. I chose green. Spray paint your large paint sticks. I spray painted mine red. Once they are dry

Christmas Present Topiaries

These present topiaries are super cute for the holidays. You could use them inside or outside but if your using them in an area that’s not covered, use plastic table cloths instead of wrapping paper!  What you need: 3 Boxes Stick or dow rod. Wrapping paper Tape or glue gun Ribbons Wrap your boxes in

Christmas Elf Legs DIY

These whimsical elf legs are so fun for Christmas! I’m thinking these would look cute beside a tree, near your mantle or on your front porch! What you need: 2×8 wood for elf boots 2×4 for top (holds legs together) PVC or dowel rods (size of your choice) I used 3/4 PVC Red Paint for

Christmas Embroidery Hoop DIY

What you need: Embroidery hoop Fabric of your choice Hot glue Glue gun Ribbon Any kind of embellishments Press out your fabric so its flat. Lay the inner hoop under your fabric and center it. Slide the top hoop on top of it to from the fabric. Tighten the top so it won’t slip out.

Wooden Ornament DIY

What you need: Pack of wooden ornaments (Hobby Lobby) Pack of holly garland  Paint Napkins of your choice Mod Podge Glue Gun Ribbon Paint a base coat on the ornament. The napkins are thin so whatever color the base is will show through. Once dry, trace the ornament on the napkin and cut out the

Life Size Ornament DIY

I always go all out with my Christmas decorations. If you haven’t figured it out by now, I’m a little extra with everything I do. I have been wanting to make these life size ornaments for YEARS and I finally got around to doing it. I love how they turned out and can’t wait to

DIY Christmas Gnomes

Let me start by saying….I’m not the biggest fan of gnomes. My decor style is a little more whimsical but I know a lot of people love these and when I kept seeing them on Pinterest for Christmas decor I thought I would try to learn how to make them! These would be cute on

Reverse Canvas Ribbon Trees

Happy Christmas in July! We’re doing fun Christmas projects for the rest of July and when I found this reverse canvas project I knew I had to try it! I used fun black, red and green ribbon pieces to make my trees more whimsical to go with my decor but the great thing about this

Yarn Tree DIY

Happy Christmas in July! We’re doing fun Christmas projects for the rest of July and these yarn trees are one of my favorite projects! These trees are easy to make and add a fun whimsical touch to my Christmas decor! I know its only July but all of the decor stores have already started putting

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