Happy Thanksgiving y’all! I am working as usual and thought you would enjoy another gift in a jar. Tomorrow I will have a link up as well for all of your Christmas mason jar ideas. Anything you have…come back and link them up! None to link? No problem! Come back and see the amazing mason jar crafts to make for yourself. I am joining The Shabby Creek Cottage, The Cottage Market, and Mom 4 Real for this series so be sure to head over to their sites and see more mason jar ideas.
Are you giving the gift of a gift card this holiday season? Watch below as I turn a simple toilet paper roll into an amazing DIY gift card holder. All you will need is a few supplies and a few minutes to make these for everyone on your holiday shopping list. This post is sponsored by Online Labels however all projects and opinions are my own. If you are giving handmade this season, be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom of this post as I have TONS of handmade gift ideas for you to browse! I also have a great giveaway for a $100 Amazon gift card at the bottom that you don’t want to miss!
It is time y’all! The virtual ugly sweater party is here. We have everything you need to throw an ugly sweater party this Christmas below. Just follow along with my instructions on how to make your own Rudolph ugly sweater then click around on the bottom of this post to the other ugly sweater crafts that you don’t want to miss. Combine them all for the best ugly sweater party your friends have ever seen.
It is the last day of Craft Lightning and I am ending it with a gorgeous painted Christmas star lantern. Grab the lanterns from Amazon and then just add some paint. You will have some amazing holiday decor in just minutes. If you have missed any of the Craft Lightning fun this week, be sure to check out the quick holiday crafts from day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4. Just a note that this post is a part of my design team status with DecoArt where I am compensated for my participation. All projects and opinions and my own however.
I am kicking off another great week of Craft Lightning with these glittered mason jar ornaments. Craft Lightning is an entire week dedicated to crafts that take 15 minutes or less to complete. Y’all stay tuned right here for tons of inspiration from bloggers and find quick holiday crafts to make this season. My first project is also an entry into a contest sponsored by the Cricut Explore. Product was given to me free of charge but I am not compensated in any other way for this post. Y’all already know I love mason jars so this one is one of my personal faves!
I am back with another great craft tutorial using my Cricut Explore. Are you ready to hang this glittered Christmas wreath on your front door? I thought so. Grab the supplies below and glitter up your front door this holiday season. This post is part of a competition hosted by Cricut however all projects and opinions are my own. You can also find more glitter crafts using the Cricut Explore at the bottom of this post.
Y’all are in for a treat today! Jen Goode from 100 Directions is back with some love coupons that you can give to anyone this holiday season. Y’all read about how to make a coupon book below and be sure to print these fun coupons for free!
Sometimes the perfect gift is something you can’t get at the store, right? Gift certificates are fantastic and make it easy to give gifts everyone will love, but how about something with a personal touch? Give little gifts of love with these DIY love coupons featuring winter penguins. You can write in anything you want… give a hug, give a date night or give something else your special someone will love.
Mason jar lids make the perfect Christmas ornaments. I grabbed a few packages of lids from Dollar General and got to work turning them into some amazing ornaments for my tree. I am showing you how to make all five mason jar lid ornaments below.
Jump into Christmas decor by making these super simple gold leaf trees. These only take minutes to make but you will love them in your holiday home decor. This one was posted over at Crafts Unleashed last year but I am posting it here in case y’all missed it. The materials were given to me as part of my design team status there however all projects and opinions are my own.
I love grabbing “junk” from the thrift store and turning it into something useful. That was totally the case with these found object ornaments. The beauties didn’t cost me much but boy are they going to look amazing once the tree gets put up in a few weeks.