I have always wanted to decorate a funky, jewel toned Christmas tree. While I’ve been able to decorate several other themed trees in the past few years, our tree at home is a traditional green tree with sentimental ornaments. I decided this year, I would use my mini white tree to finally create my candy colored Christmas dream. This week I will be sharing five different tutorials for creating glitzy jewel-toned ornaments using supplies from the dollar store. Oh, and did I mention that none of these tutorials will take longer than 15 minutes to complete? First up is the tutorial for these sequin dipped ornaments
I am thrilled to be one of the hosts for this month’s round of Craft Lightning! Thirty-nine bloggers will be sharing lightning fast holiday projects, while Angie, Carolina and I each add five of our own new tutorials. I’m terrible at math, but even I know that means dozens and dozens of quick and easy holiday projects are coming your way this week!
This super short video shows just how to glam up cheap dollar store ornaments with sequins.
I usually share two new videos on my YouTube channel each week, but this week is special. I will be sharing a brand new video tutorial every weekday this week! If you aren’t subscribed to my channel, please hop over and click subscribe!
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I am a sucker for buffalo check, so I love this rustic sign from Crafting in the Rain.
If you love the combination of rustic and glam materials, be sure to check out this woodland glam project from Dragonfly & Lily Pads.
Save your money on seasonal pillows by quickly making your own from place mats! Get the tutorial on Everyday Jenny.
This tutorial from Leap of Faith Crafting shows you how to turn dollar store bowls into this cute snowman.
Keep your decorations natural and minimal with this fun garland tutorial from Brenda Bird Designs.
Organize Your Stuff is sharing a DIY wreath that you can keep up all winter long!
I love how cute this towel from Sew Woodsy is, and I agree with the saying 100%!
Upgrade a boring gift bag with this super fun idea from Beth Watson Design!
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