Do you have wooden beads Don’t throw them away, turn them into cool decorations and accents for Christmas! We have put together a compilation of cool DIYs made from wooden beads that won’t cost you much, but will add a stylish festive touch to your room. These are ornaments, decorations, garlands, wreaths, and even gift tags – choose your craft and go!
Make cool Christmas snowflake ornaments out of wooden beads! You need string or yarn and wooden beads and then you just use the tutorial to make some cool snowflakes. You can pre-paint or even spray-paint the beads after you’ve made the ornaments. Enjoy!
Treat yourself to a cool Christmas garland with a strong aroma! This is a great Christmas garland made from wooden beads and dried oranges – you just put it on string and then decorate your home. Your garland gives the room a natural feel and a great winter scent.
I love this Christmas garland! It’s made with wooden beads, large bells, and plaid tassels, and all of these look amazing and bold! The idea is pretty simple – put these items on string and voila, your garland is ready! Have fun and Merry Christmas!
Make a cool and fun Christmas Advent candle holder! This candle holder is made of wooden beads of various sizes that are laid on a thread to form a single piece. Drill some space in larger ones to be able to place some candles, and smaller beads make nice decorations. Enjoy!
What should your Christmas wreath be made of? Why not use wooden beads? This Christmas wreath consists of different wooden beads of different sizes that you can pre-paint or leave completely natural for a rustic or modern room. Check out some ideas to make cool combos and enjoy!
Star decorations and ornaments are great for Christmas – they are timeless and go well with all decoration schemes. Make some cool wooden bead star ornaments for Christmas – they can be made in a variety of shapes, and this tutorial will show you one of them. Paint them however you want or leave them as they are and decorate your tree and room with these pretty ornaments.
Make a cool Christmas gift tag or wooden beads, evergreens, red ribbon and a name – such a way to personalize your gift is a cool and very easy idea! Read the tutorial to find out how to create such a tag and customize any gifts that you will be giving.
In need of some very cool and cute Christmas decorations that can be made at the last minute? That’s it! These simple and cute ornaments can be made from wooden beads – paint them any color you want and voila, just put them on string. You can accent the Christmas ornaments with little tassels and the look will be super cool!
Here’s another last minute Christmas craft – pre-paint the wooden beads, then just place them on twine or string and voila! This colorful garland can be placed both indoors and outdoors on a Christmas tree, mantelpiece, shelf, wall, and anywhere else. So easy and so cool!
These mini Christmas wreath ornaments are really really quick and easy to make – these ornaments are made of gold and white pearls and are accented with small pastel bows over them. Make them for your Christmas tree, mantelpiece, and other rooms and go! Vary the color scheme to match your home.
Accentuate your Christmas presents with baker’s string, pine cones and wooden beads on which you write names. Such a rustic decor is very cute and stylish, and doesn’t require any skills, money, or effort. Make your gifts special with these wraps!
These cool garlands not only contain wooden beads, but also beautiful stars made from salt dough! Of course, you can replace the salt dough with wood, plywood or other materials – these little elements will make your pearl garland bolder and cooler. Enjoy!
We told you about many wonderful front door ideas - light, black, bold, colorful, patterned and many others. Once you've decided on a color, it's time to paint the door! We have prepared a number of tutorials to help you with this.
A coat of paint is a great way to add more appeal to your home. So remove buttons and locks, use a palm sander to make the door smoother, and then use a primer and paint of your choice.
The second instruction is that of a girl. It's about painting the door in place. There's no need to pull hinge pins and drag the door somewhere to attract sawhorses. Pick a day when you can paint well. Since you need to keep your door open, it's best if it isn't too hot or too cold. If your door is a metal one, it is especially important that you do not paint so hot in a day that the metal is hot as your paint will dry too quickly and it will be difficult to get good results. Interested? Come over there and read the whole tutorial!
Painting a front door a vibrant color is getting the most bang for your buck and it can be easily changed for future updates or owners. Here the authors painted the door light green and painted it on the spot.
This damaged door was renovated: first the paneling was replaced and then painted. The door was removed from its hinges and sprayed using an air compressor with a paint gun.
Here we have a wooden and glass door. In order not to paint the glass, you need to mask it well. The door was carefully painted with a brush as it is more textured. The door hasn't been taken off its hinges so pick a good day to paint it.
The next tutorial on how to paint a front door is pretty simple. If the existing paint on the door is cracked or chipped, use a putty knife to remove it. Just be careful not to damage the door with the tool. Then smooth any rough spots with fine-grain sandpaper before washing the surface with warm soapy water. Then paint.
This tutorial is specially designed for those who have a metal door and do not want to remove it. Here's how to remove the existing paint, wipe the door, and then paint.
Don't you want to remove all hardware? Read here the best way to mask it and then easily prime and paint a glass door.
Would you like to surprise your partner? Repaint the door in bold colors while he or she is not there, like in this tutorial! Just choose flat areas for a roller and paint textures with a brush. There is a light green color here, just give it a try!
Find out how to paint all the raised panels and inserts, and how to keep painting your door for the best result without removing it from the hinges. You can find all information here in the tutorial.
Black never goes out of style, so painting your front door black is always a good idea. If you prefer a glossy look, use a sander and wipe the door. For the best result, paint the door edges first, then the sides bottom up, and add cool hardware.
This sunny yellow front door looks perfect as it has been painted well. All fittings have been removed and replaced for the vintage. Would you like to know how to do this and what hardware you used? Read the entire project.