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I’m trying to come up with a few awesome Christmas craft ideas. I know I’m doing Gingerbread houses with my little siblings, but I’ve been looking at pinterest for other ideas for myself or myself/DH.
So let’s share some of the best Christmas craft projects we’ve seen around the web or are going to attempt this year!
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- Wedding: May 2014 - Madison, WI
A friend of mine also did the suspended Christmas ornament tree…turned out awesome. Here are his real life photos of how it worked out…
Post # 4
I’m planning to make these pretzel log cabins, they look really cute & easier than a gingerbread house!
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@Ms_Purple: Wow! I think your friend did a better job than the one I found. I’m impressed. I feel like that would be SO time consuming. It seems like something Darling Husband would love though.
@MabelleBliss: Wow. I love those! I wonder how much of a pain it would be to actually try and make it edible.
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I want to try and make this wreath over the weekend!
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I didn’t take a pic of it but I made my centerpiece that’s on my table 2 years ago. It’s really pretty.
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@Ms_Purple: I’ve seen that on pinterest and I love that tree! I’ve been dying to do it myself and forgo my traditional tree for a year.
@Mrs.LemonDrop: this was my mantel last year when it was in progress, I reused a whole bunch of wedding stuff and used leftovers (like the flowers and ribbon). I got all the ideas off of pinterest and like sites.
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- Wedding: August 2013 - Wynn Las Vegas
I’ve made a few christmas ornament wreaths using a closet hanger – they look great but they are a bit of a pain in the ass, bc they pop off.
@Mrs.LemonDrop: LOVE that ornament xmas tree! So cool!
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I actually had a ‘pinterest’ party this weekend so some girlfriends and I could make ornamnets….
Here is my tree with some of the ornaments we did this weekend –
top: glass bulb with our wedding invitation; I also did some with our last 2 years of Christmas photo-postcards. I think that will be neat to have every year. 🙂
2nd: Mason jar lids painted with chalkboard paint
3rd: My Darling Husband cut a couple logs into wood chips, we drilled holes to hang and used sharpies to decorate! These were a big hit and super easy!
4th: Burlap bulbs – burlap wrapped around styrofoam balls – looked way easier than it was, we quit after 3!
Last year I did stars made from twigs, as well as bulbs covered in old book pages. The pine cone ornaments were also DIY a couple years ago. Love them all. I plan to try and add a new DIY ornament every year – although I think I’m going to need a bigger tree soon!
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@Josina: That is gorgeous! I LOVE the wood pieces. Those are great! Amazing job!
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I made this wreath this year. Sorry it’s sidways. :/
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- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
@Josina: I love the idea of the ornaments with your wedding invite and old christmas cards! Such a good idea.
A couple years ago when I was super broke, I made DIY photo coasters for family. It was pretty easy even for a non-crafty person, and everyone LOVED them. It was super cheap and not horribly time-consuming.
Photo example (not mine):
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@lolot: Thanks! Got the idea from Mrs Campfire’s post last week.