Christmas is one of the best times of the year for going all out decorating your home. Here are some ideas to decorate your home, wrap your gifts and make your own cards for your family, friends and loved ones.
Custom Gift Wrap
Wrap up your gifts this year and give them a personal touch with your own custom gift wrap.
DIY Gift Cards
Send out your own homemade gift cards this year, they are really easy to make and are a great holiday project for children
Melting Snowman Cookies
Do you enjoy baking? Try out this recipe for melting snowman cookies, they are a perfect treat for your family or when guests come over for a warm winter’s coffee.
Christmas Themed Food
Are you thinking of throwing a party this year or are you have the family over for Christmas? Here are twenty themed recipes to try out and surprise your guests with. You could also try our recipe for an easy pumpkin pie.
Joy Door Hanger
Combine two wooden letters and a homemade or store bought wreath to form a Joy door hanger to welcome guests to your home.
Pine Cone Wreath
If a joy door hanger is not your thing and you would prefer something a bit more traditional, make a pine cone wreath to hang on your front door. Just remember to collect some pine cones during fall.
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Christmas Scatter Cushions
Are you looking to bring some colour and Christmas cheer to your lounge or family room? Try making these decorative scatter cushion covers, they can be fitted over your existing scatter cushions and they make excellent gifts.
Hang Something On The Tree
Make these little snowmen to hang on your tree with existing ball ornaments and some old socks to turn into hats.
Get The Christmas Fragrance
Lastly, fill your home with that Christmas fragrance, warm cinnamon and pumpkin spice. Wrap some pillar candles in cinnamon sticks, the warmth will release the fragrance in the cinnamon sticks or you could try making our pumpkin spice simmer pot to leave on the stove.
What else have you made for Christmas? Let us know in the comment section below, we would love to add it to our list.