All Rowelled Up

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Monday, November 29, 2010

12 Days of Christmas Challenge -Day 7

Hello there! It's Monday after Thanksgiving.  Work was pleasant and I got a lot of fun work stuff done.  There are several teams in my department and next Friday we are going to do a Christmas card exchange with a basket of goodies.   I have to come up with a couple of different goodies for the baskets.  We have to make 4 goodie baskets and 4 cards.  My team is going to make giant cards out of poster board and write our own messages on the inside.  I'm pretty excited about making the front.  In the next week I will be on the hunt for some big cute gift bags so I can cut out the image on it and glue it to the front of the card. I will post some pictures as soon as I get it done.  With all that being said let's jump into today's blog challenge.  DIY crafts.  

I don't have any in my home at the moment but I'm always cutting things out of magazines that I want to do around my house.  In no particular order here are some of the things that I find extremely cute and adorable.  Maybe next year I will get around to doing some of them :)

This seems so simple and way cute!

I'm sure you could go to Goodwill and pick up an assortment of ties to make one of these.

Very Cute!

I don't really know if I could make these but I could try. I just love them.

I think I will make something like these for my counter top next year.

You can't go wrong with ornaments in glass.

I'm in LOVE with trays.  I would put a tray on every table if I could.

This little guy is made out of chipboard and scrapbook paper.

Love 'em!

Again, ornaments and glass.  And I love the bedazzled look on them.

Okay, so I had to stop myself from looking stuff up on the internet.  I found almost all of these on Better Homes and Gardens website.  LOVE the magazine, LOVE the website.  I encourage you to sign up for their daily email.  They have the best ideas.

If you are looking to spice up your pictures and pictures frames I saw a great idea in Woman' s World that said to wrap your frames in wrapping paper.  My sister wrapped her wall pictures in wrapping paper and then put a big bow on the front for her bunko party this weekend.  They look really cute and it's a lot cheaper than buying a picture that you can only use at Christmas time.

Happy DIY,


1 comment:

  1. Ok, I'm obsessed with the glass vase, fork, Christmas card holders....seriuously, could they be any cuter?!?


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