We love this cute substitute to a real tree! It's space-saving, easy to care for, and has charming personality to spare.
Paperbag Wreath by Teri from Giddy Giddy It's time to start decorating the house with holiday cheer! Here's a simple and colorful holiday wreath you can make with kids. This only requires recycled paper bags and a little bit of...
Embroidered Felt Advent Calendar - the purl bee-for a YW activity, they wanted to do a scripture advent calendar...The YW made these this evening at Mutual. They seemed to really enjoy themselves and they all turned out beautiful. We did them as Scripture Advent Calenders.This really is an easy project to do with the kids.
felt advent calendar... soooo cute
This shimmering stacked tree will add a festive -- and eco-friendly -- touch to your home this holiday season. These magnificent trees can also be stacked using any leftover aluminum foil, felt, or crepe paper. * I think even Christmas cards could be recycled and even neat to look thru some years later
Easy Christmas Wreaths - To make, cut sprigs of greenery (we used spruce, cedar, and juniper) and hot glue around an embroidery hoop. Repeat to cover the front and back of the rings, and adhere smaller pieces to the inside of the hoops as needed. Loop a length of ribbon or seam binding around each wreath, and hang.
Hanging wreathes for Christmas.