Welcome to another Wacky Workshops project – how to make a Santa from a sock. What would Christmas decorations be without the cute little man in the red suit who magically appears to bring kids goodies? These little Santas are super cute and cuddly and the best part about this project is that it doesn’t
Welcome to another Wacky Workshops project, a no sew Scandinavian Christmas gnome. Scandinavian Christmas gnomes have become increasingly popular during the past few years. You can find instructions all over the web for how to make your own. However, I’ve yet to find one that doesn’t require sewing. Of course, there’s nothing wrong with
Welcome to another Wacky Workshops project – how to make a succulent tree. One of my favourite things about Christmas is the tree. From setting it up with tiny treasures I haven’t seen in a year and enjoying the twinkling lights each night, to opening presents around it on Christmas day. Did
Welcome to another Wacky Workshops project – clever ways to get creative with Christmas card crafts. These projects are a great way to avoid adding to the ever-growing piles of rubbish on our planet. Have you read my post How to Win by Avoiding the Bin? So first things first, DON’T THROW OUT
Welcome to another Wacky Workshops project. This week’s projects are to add a bit of fun to your Christmas wrapping. Have you noticed that the cheap Christmas paper is getting thinner and is ripping more easily while the expensive paper is becoming, well, more expensive? For me, nothing beats brown paper packages tied up
Welcome to another Wacky Workshops project – make your own gingerbread man and houses. The houses can be made large enough to use as a clever wrapping solution for Christmas or small enough to hold a tiny battery tea light and hang on the tree. There are two gingerbread man projects – an
Welcome to another Wacky Workshops project – Christmas ornaments that are so easy you can make them yourself. This week’s projects include a cute little sled out of paddle pop sticks, a wine cork tree, photo blocks to hang on your Christmas tree and little stars the kids can decorate.
Welcome to another Wacky Workshops project – crafting a natural Christmas. I love all the sparkle and glitz of the season and it just wouldn’t be the same without some glitter and tinsel. But there is something so beautiful in the simplicity of natural decorations, using nature’s gifts to help decorate. This week’s
Welcome to another Wacky Workshops project, funtastic gifts for Christmas. These little gifts come straight from the heart but do not require special skills and expensive materials. In fact, they are funtastic. They include a gorgeous teacup garden, a decorative tin, a personalised mug and a chalk board cutting board.
Welcome to another Wacky Workshops project. This week I have some super cute and fabulous jewellery crafts, some that can be done in literally seconds! The projects include some cute Christmas earrings made out of cardboard, a ridiculously easy necklace and bracelet using headbands, and how to turn kid art into wearable bling.