DIY holiday crafts

Why buy we can make your own? Here’s how to make your own DIY holiday crafts!

Paper snowflakes

To make your own paper snowflakes, you would need paper and a good pair of scissors. That’s pretty much it! For the snowflakes to look like the real thing, go for crepe paper, wrapping paper, or tissue paper. The more lightweight, the better. It’s a lot easier to style, especially since you have to make intricate cuts. To make that perfect paper snowflake, check out these steps from the DIY queen, Martha Stewart. Hop on to here.

Painted Christmas stockings

Christmas stockings are always a perfect addition to holiday home decor. To personalise your own set of painted Christmas stockings, you would need plain stockings, stencils, fabric pencil, brushes, water, and a whole dose of inspiration. From zany prints to more traditional ones, style your Christmas stockings as you please. This can be a wonderful activity for all family members to enjoy—more ideas to make a beautiful array of painted Christmas stockings when you click here.

Holiday card trees

Everyone loves personalised holiday cards. The time and effort one spends to create this card is deeply appreciated by all. Nothing beats a beautiful holiday card tree. Materials needed to create this heartwarming greeting card are a pair of scissors, art paper, glue, store-bought blank cards, and a fine brush. Martha Stewart is back to show us how to make not just your regular holiday card trees but a 3-D version! Find out the steps to make your DIY holiday card trees here.

Advent calendars

Advent is the season of anticipation as we await the big 25th of December! What better way to celebrate the anticipation of Christmas than advent calendars! This meaningful countdown will make you look forward to the most wonderful day of the year—awesome ideas in creating advent calendars featured right here.

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