Even DIY Christmas gifts can cost some money. Here’s one that’s (almost) completely free! All you have to pay for is the ink and paper to print out these Christmas coupons. Christmas coupons are a great way to keep your budget in check. They’re free and they let someone know you’re thinking of them […]
Still looking for some frugal last minute decorating ideas? A quick and easy fix is garland. Here are some easy garland ideas for you to work on: Popcorn Garland Pinecone Garland Cranberry Garland Paper Leaf Garland Dried Orange Garland See more DIY Christmas.
Here’s a great gift idea from Pizzazzerie for friends or even for your kid’s teachers. Supplies: -Clear Ornaments -Sticker Letters -Glitter or Confetti -Ribbon Stick the letters on the ornament, funnel in the glitter or confetti, and tie a ribbon around the top! It’s insanely easy. See the full tutorial. See more DIY Christmas.
Still getting ready for Christmas? Take a look at all of this week’s DIY Christmas projects. Nature Ornaments Salt Dough Ornaments Wire Letters DIY Tree Watering System Ruffled Tree Skirt Top 10 DIY Christmas Gift Wrap Ribbon Trees DIY Christmas Week 5 DIY Christmas Week 4 DIY Christmas Week 3 DIY Christmas Week 2 DIY […]
Make your own tea towels and give them as gifts this Christmas. Draw your favorite design, saying or monogram for really cute, personalized towels to throw on the stove. Supplies: – Tea Towels or Flour Sack Towels – Sharpie – A way to print on paper for tracing Wash and dry your tea towels, print […]
These personalized hangers are not only great Christmas gifts, but the perfect gift for a bride-to-be! It would look great with the wedding dress hanging for pictures. Supplies: Wooden Hangers (8 for $4 at IKEA) Paint Foam Brush Metallic Gold Sharpie Ruler Pencil with New Eraser Transfer Paper This one is pretty self-explanatory. Paint the hanger, […]
Here’s a DIY I did with my girls a couple of years ago. Supplies: -Styrofoam Tree Form -Strips of Craft Paper or Ribbon -Pom Poms -Pins Cut out strips of the craft paper and loop it so that one end is on top of the other. Start from the bottom of the tree and pin […]
This is a guest post by Cheryl who is a stay-at-home mom of a very busy 16-month-old. This project is incredibly cheap if you do it the way I did, which involves a lot of cutting and a little bit of sewing. I only spend $7.50 and I like what I made much better than the […]
This may not be the most glamorous DIY Christmas idea, but it sure is practical! I got really tired of bending over to fill the Christmas tree every day, just to have half of the water spill onto the tree skirt. We had some PVC pipe left over from another project, so we cut it […]