Depending on where they are hung, these wreaths can last years. I do, however, fix them up a bit here & there! Here is a fun Cat Tail Wreath DIYAn easy design that can be adapted to any wreath.
I purchased this sparkly fruit & metallic magnolia leaf wreath back in 2001. This year I hung it in the guest bathroom. With all the Christmas Decorations nicely arranged, I decided this wreath would be great for placing on our front door later after the Christmas wreath comes down. I love that it can really be used year-round.
Hi Sweet Friends, Merry Christmas to YOU! Going through my Christmas DIY's on Pinterest I ran across this idea for the Grandbabes! Pinterest LINK I adapted the original idea into a kid friendly version topped off with a Santa Hat!
This was fun & easy! I hope you enjoyed learning something new! I highly recommend this one if you have kids, grandkids or just know kids who like candy. The candy can be anything red! I even thought to fill them up next year with those red & green M&M's! Enjoy! Merry Christmas!
Hi Sweet Friends, What a Wonderful time of the Year! I love Christmas!! I enjoy the decorating and all the festivities that the Christmas Holiday brings! And each year I make some type of ornament or decorations to add to my Christmas Decorations. This year, since Hubby chose a Silver, Red & White Christmas Theme, I chose to make a new Angel.
This project ranks on the hard side, but with patience and all the materials gathered ahead of time, I think even a novice craftsman could tackle this and do a fine job! So, that being said, here is my Christmas Angel of 2016.
Materials Needed: Premade Angel head & arms. 2 pipe cleaners 1 piece of flexible cardboard Hot glue gun Hot glue sticks 2 pcs felt- flesh color, to match the angel's skin color 1 pc 1/4 yard white fabric 10"x 6-8"wide strip of Bridal Applique lace for the wings and front of gown trims, laces, ribbons & appliques (I used my Grandmother's antique laces, bridal laces, silver trims, Venetian laces & ap…