There is nothing more important on Christmas than the tablescape. Whether you prefer a traditional or modern one, see these inspirations to help you pick out your own. Decorate your table with vintage blanket over the white table to add color and creativity in neutral room. Christmas is not only red and green; decorate your tablescape with bold hue paired with white cotton balls to give the modern vibe to a traditional event with unexpected colors.
If you are not sure of what is the best Christmas gift for your friend, these super easy DIY presents you a less budget gift that that score you endless points for creativity. Print out an Insta Photo of you and your best friend and use it as a Christmas card. Make a simple decoration for your friend by spelling out your best friend’s name with fun pom-poms. Make sure that your best friend always has a snuggly place to lay her head with DIY pillow case: print you and your friend’s photo or some good quote.
This easy pallet wood Christmas tree will add some modern yet rustic charm to your holiday decoration. First of all you need several boards from broken down pallets, hammer, stiff wire brush, gloves, saw, measure tape, carpenter’s square screwdriver or drill, paint brush, newspaper or drop cloth. Break pallets apart carefully and 10 (it could be less or more) from the top and bottom of the pallets. Don’t forget to clean the pieces by scraping them with the wire brush to brush away any debris.
A candle gives away its entire being for the sake of light and in Christmas, candles bring that auspicious atmosphere with the passionate glow from its ardent heart. To transform your space into a luminous domain, candles have the highest say. They can add to the beauty of the fireplace, the windows, you can change your staircase into an effulgent being only by putting lit candles on one or both side of each stairs.
Let’s decorate the fireplace for Christmas. Hang plaid blanket stockings with lush, homegrown garland. Add fresh greenery filled with cactus and gold star garland to beautify your surround fireplace. Get an old grain sacks and upcycled it into cute stockings for your cozy living room decoration for Christmas.
If you are looking for some new projects that you can do it in your free time, rock painting is the answer. These project is so simple, unique and of course inexpensive. This is something that could be easily obtained and could potentially bring out your creative side. Those exact rocks could make the whole place a little artsy.
We want our home feel inviting but the entryway area is often overlooked or neglected. The entryway is the first part if the house that greets family and guests. This is the perfect place to make a statement about your home style. We have gathered DIY farmhouse style entryway projects and hope that these inspiration pieces will help you create a welcoming space.
Adding some extra jingle and sparkle to your backyard with beaded wind chime does beautify your garden. So let’s make a DIY beaded wind chime projects with some amounts of beautiful beads you can enjoy it every day. First of all, prepare the materials; assorted beads and charms, bells or anything that can make a pleasant sound when the wind blows), driftwood or wooden dowel, nylon beading thread, beading needle, electric drill and small drill bit and twine. And let’s get it start it.
If you have some room, giving your child their own space is a great way to keep their toys contained and provides a safe place to play. Most children will cherish a space of their own besides their bedroom. There are many ways to furnish and decorate a kid’s playroom and decorating it doesn’t have to cot much money. Children need nothing fancy to have fun.
Let’s decorate the entryway with some of these ideas below. Make a countryside chic style by adding hooks and bench that ward away clutter by hanging hats and making space for bags. Play with geometric patterns; classic quilt motifs of pillows featuring geometric shapes on the bench. Make an antique entry with canvas-backed chair and something antique such as bread-kneading bowl.