Saturday, December 20, 2014

Crafty Weekend: Holiday Edition, Part III

It is absolutely blowing my mind that Christmas is only a few days away. I am leaving tomorrow to spend a few days at my parents' house. I'm looking forward to seeing all of my family. I spent this evening painting some wrapping paper (aka paper grocery bags). I really like how they've turned out. Hopefully I will remember to take some pictures of the gifts wrapped in them so I can share it. I hope everyone is having a low-stress holiday season. Remember, the holidays are meant to be a time of joy, sharing, and celebration. There is nothing important enough to stress about enough to ruin this magical time of year.
End rant. Here is the last installment of this year's holiday craft round-up. I hope you have enjoyed the little trilogy of posts!

DIY gold leaf pine cone garland from The Sweetest Occasion | Photo by Alice G Patterson
Gold Leaf Pine Cone Garland, via The Sweetest Occasion

Sewn Paper Gift Tags
Colorful Stitched Gift Card Holders, via Flamingo Toes

DIY Snowman Snack Cups
Snowman Snack Cups, via Handmade Charlotte

Monday, December 15, 2014

Crafty Weekend: Holiday Edition, Part II

It's not even the weekend anymore, but I still wanted to put this post together. I hope you enjoy the second installment of my holiday crafts round-up. Keep an eye out for the final post next weekend (or so...).

7 Ways to Create Patterned Holiday Gift Wrap Using Items you Already Have in Your House
Stamped Gift Wrap, via Paper & Stitch

Citrus ornaments are so easy to make!
Dried Citrus Ornament, via A Beautiful Mess

diy Snowglobe
Mason Jar Snowglobe, via Classy Clutter

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Tumblr Tuesday #68

My Crafty Saturday post was late this week, and now my Tumblr Tuesday post is late. Such is life! I hope you enjoy these images, nonetheless.

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by Laura Berger 

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By  Anton Gorlin
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