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gingerbread crafts winter holidays

gingerbread crafts winter holidays

Gingerbread is traditional for Christmas, it’s so great to have a cup of tea or coffee with it! However, gingerbread is not just for food, it can also be used as a decoration, although not everyone is good at cooking and not everyone is ready to spend some time baking them. Don’t worry, you can easily make some gingerbread inspired things and decorations without cooking, from different materials and using different techniques.

The first craft is a fun gingerbread Christmas gift tag for those who love to sew! The piece perfectly imitates a biscuit and looks super cute, everyone will be happy to receive a gift with it!

Are you ready for a Christmas party? Make a cool gingerbread man piñata to surprise and delight your guests! This piece consists of a cardboard box and some colored paper. Read the full tutorial in the source.

This gingerbread house ornament is so stunning! It requires embroidery and sewing so get ready if you want to get some amazing embellishment.

Gingerbread houses are fun, but all too often they are temporary because they’re made with real gingerbread, frosting, and candy. If you are looking for a Christmas village made of gingerbread houses but that you can bring out every year, this tutorial is for you! It’s not uncommon to turn an empty milk carton into a gingerbread house. Kids do it all the time and you can invite them to create this cute village together!

Coasters are a cool accessory for every kitchen and not just – we all drink hot tea or coffee every day. These gingerbread coasters will remind you of Christmas and can become a cool gift for the New Year.

Do you need a creative gift box? Make a cool gingerbread box out of cardboard and decorate it with a white felt pen or even paint it on.

Gingerbread ornaments are typical and traditional for Christmas and delicious! If you don’t want to make foodie ornaments as they can be easily destroyed or spoiled, let’s make felt jewelry.

This advent calendar consists of normal cardboard and is decorated with white paint. Looks like real gingerbread!

Your cat wants to celebrate too! Make a cool ginger bread inspired cat toy out of soft felt and fill it with a catnip or other.

IKEA is the most popular furniture brand that surprises us again and again with stylish and timeless designs that fit into any room. But most of them are a bit plain and empty. If you want to show the personality and highlight your style, you have to hack it. Today we are discussing IKEA bedside tables - their hacks and various IKEA items turned into stylish bedside tables, get inspired!

IKEA Nightstand Hacks

Take a regular and empty IKEA bedside table and chop it to match your space! One of the most popular products is the IKEA Tarva bedside table, which can be hacked with paint, stains, different buttons and handles, and can even achieve a contrasting look with a different drawer. Hack IKEA Hemnes, Nordli, Nesna and other bedside tables with stencils, paint, contact paper, new handles, etc. - it all depends on your space.

IKEA items in bedside tables

Other items that you can hack to make a bedside table can be IKEA Rast dressers, Malm dressers, IKEA Kallax shelves, IKEA Knagglig boxes, IKEA Molger benches, and much more. The good thing about all of these items is that they give you storage space - open or closed, and this is a huge benefit. You can hack them in thousands of different ways: paint, stencil, cover with contact paper, add and remove wallpaper, handles, buttons and rollers. With dressers, you can remove one or more drawers to make your piece easier to use. Look for different tutorials on the internet and get inspired!

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Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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