A gift that’s too pretty to unwrap! Use floral foam, green chrysanthemums and red velvet ribbon to create these living treasures.
An old thrift store frame, some hot glue and a string of Christmas lights makes a great holder for holiday cards.
It takes a bit of work but this wine bottle hack is an ingenious and eco-friendly way to decorate.
A delicate design uses paper doilies to mimic snowflakes for a stunning indoor illuminated wreath.
Oversized tree balls made from grapevines or thin wire are perfect for when you really want to make a statement.
This easy, nature-inspired centerpiece will look great on your holiday table. Fill a container with water, submerge some holly and float a tea light on top.
Christmas lights sparkle in any transparent container – vases, fishbowls, hurricane lamps or whatever you’ve got.
A giant lighted star is easy to make from scrap wood and looks great at night above the front door.
If you’ve got loads of outdoor space and want to make the neighbours jealous, we’ve got a craft for you: larger than life, colourful Christmas baubles!
Dress up some miniature pine trees with delicate decorations for a festive design touch that goes anywhere.