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DIY Holiday Crafts

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Dear Creatives, I love holiday crafts that you can switch out & use all year long! When I saw Jen’s Holiday Advent Ladder I knew this is something I will want to be making, the best part  she  has a tutorial for it! If your handy you won’t need any help either!


Tatertots and Jello

Its a price buster at supplies just being under $20. First off I love that it isn’t traditional colors, you can move it around & lastly that you can hang what ever you please on it.





The Knotty Bride

Winter scenes are always inspiring to me. I love that they can go from Nov. – Feb. & then be tucked away until the following year too or with a few changes make a spring scene! In the Knotty Brides winter scene are all kinds of cut outs.




The Knotty Bride

You will love the tutorial for cut out trees &  pinwheels, not to mention all the lovely photographs!





Space 46


While on the subject of paper tutorials & winter scenes I came across this pretty frame with banner by Space 46. Another project that can ride the seasons.






Do you ever wonder what to do with the tarnished silver from years past? Well how about adding some winter magic like this to your holiday!


Do you prefer the classic traditional Christmas or winter white Christmas?



Tatertots and Jello Advent Calendar ladder tutorial

The Knotty Bride Paper Cutting Tutorial

Space 46 Banner Tutorial

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  1. Love Jen’s ladder. It’s so cute. And I am a big fan of traditional and modern Chistmas colors. I like to do different themes in different rooms. Christmas is my favorite time of the year.

  2. Hi Jennifer, I love the idea of doing different themes in different rooms! Christmas can be magical when shared from the heart.

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