You’ll love today’s recap, I promise! It is dedicated to making Christmas lights, yes these are real Christmas decorations from them, they are unusual and add a holiday mood the moment you turn them on!
This poinsettia star light is one of those simple things – easy to assemble and even easier to combine with any decorating style you have in your home.
Terrariums are very popular for decoration, and you can make Christmas-inspired terrariums with bells, figurines of your choice, and some Christmas lights.
This Christmas tree is perfect for anyone who either doesn’t have access to a real Christmas tree, is short on space, or just loves the idea of a unique, minimalist Christmas tree that is still lit and under which to put your presents!
Here is another cool Christmas tree made of wire, lights and Christmas garlands in silver color. It’s a perfect idea for a table tree or a tiny room wherever it is.
This awesome pallet sign just screams Christmas and it shines brightly! The point is to drill holes where you need them and put lights on the other side just to make the light visible. So cool!
This boxwood wreath looks so special because it’s lit! Read about how the piece is made and attach the lights to the source.
An LED light chain can transform this chic bottle of wine from a special occasion into a lasting memory. Use these bottle lights to brighten up dark corners, as a night light or as a festive decor around the holidays. The trick to turning a glass bottle into a glowing light is to drill a hole near the bottom of the bottle that is big enough to pull a small string of lights through.
Don’t you want to work with wood? Find a cool burlap or just a fabric sign or make it yourself. Then just clip it to the board and add lights from the other side to make the sign light up.
This cute sign consists of just two picture frames, a printed sign and lights. Can’t you believe it Read the entire tutorial to find out how to do it.
Do you need some super simple decoration for Christmas? Try this DIY Christmas light wreath that you can make in 10 minutes. All you need is a wire wreath, lights and a big bow for the decor, looks very modern and a bit industrial!
Another wreath is here! The big part of this wreath is that it is made from snowflake ornaments from the dollar store. Then Christmas lights were added for a nice glowing look.
Create a beautiful star decoration on the wall with Christmas lights. You just need to attach them to the wall in the shape you want. You can find information on this in the tutorial.
This is the cutest, cheapest, and fastest mini Christmas tree you can imagine. Take a scouring pad and crush it into a tree shape. Add lights and a round glass or bell on top, voila!
Clay is a great material for crafting as it is very flexible, can make many things, and even your kids can make out of it. It's easy. Today I want to share some great ideas to make the use of clay a reality. These DIYs are sure to amaze your kids!
You can make these personalized DIY adult bracelets, but it's great fun DIY with your kids and then let them give the bracelets to their special friends - maybe as gifts. Maybe they even make one for their imaginary boyfriend. Why not? Personalize the bracelets while kids love things with their names or initials and emboss the first letter of the child's name on the center bead. Read on to learn how to make these personalized DIY bracelets.
With different music tastes and multiple activities at the same time, headphones are essential. To make the headphones original, you can decorate them with kawaii cute polymer clay characters. They are comfortable to wear and fun too! This DIY project is very easy to do and can be done with or without children. Each character can be adjusted in size to suit your personal taste.
Wouldn't it be fun to create your own cute emoji keychains with some your kids like the most? Polymer clay is so easy to use that you don't need special tools or equipment to use it. It dries hard and is durable when fully cooked. Therefore, it is an ideal material for such a craft.
If your children love coloring, you can use air-dry clay to make a rainbow pencil holder that each of your children can keep at their desk. They are really fun and pretty easy. The hardest part is waiting for the air-dry clay to dry.
Would you like to make colorful and cool pens yourself? It is easy! For these pen covers, the author wanted the design to look like the big, swirling lollipops you get at a carnival. So take clay in a whole range of colors and keep going, your kids can help you out.
Fimo spiral hair wraps are flexible and removable and are sure to delight your daughter. These are ridiculously quick and easy to make. From the moment you start, they'll be ready to use for around 30 minutes. They are so easy to make that kids can pretty much make them themselves.
This project makes an adorable flower pot and the little ones make great table decorations especially for kids' parties! Leaving this pot outside is always a good idea to give it extra protection. We therefore recommend a clear polyurethane that can be painted on or simply sprayed on. This protects the paint from harmful water. or UV rays, which can reduce the vibrancy of your planter.
With a little imagination and creativity, kids can decorate and customize these fishy creations in minutes. Then let them air dry until hard and turn the lovely end results into magnets, home decor, or whatever your heart desires. You can even turn these beauties into ornaments or cute gift tags for upcoming occasions or summer events.
If your kids love marine animals, or you are planning a sea-inspired party for them, why not make marine animal necklaces for them? Oven baking clay is perfect for this goal. Read how to make this crab necklace and get inspired for more!