Peppermint and Candy Cane Wreath
Learn how to make a Christmas wreath using candy canes and peppermint candies. This wreath is a fun craft and it's a great Christmas decoration.
Neely | Bible Journaling on Instagram: “Day 27 of the @shereadstruth advent. I did a thorn crown a few weeks ago on the very first day of the study on the page next to this one,…”
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He counts the stars and calls them all by name Bible Verse Art Printable Psalm 147:4 Scripture Printable Inspirational Prints Star Night Sky
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50 Insanely Easy-to-Make Holiday Ornaments
With some common tools, scrap supplies, and a little know-how, you can transform just about anything into a decorative accent for your holiday tree. Here's proof!
20 Minute Crafter - Make an Adorable Baby Jesus Ornament!
Here's an adorably fun craft that you can make this weekend! You can find all of the supplies at Micheal's or Joann! You will need: peg dolls, any size (I used a variety of what I had on hand) white fabric scraps big enough to swaddle your peg dolls twine ribbon thin wire glittery stars and that grassy fiber stuff (I don't know what it is called by you can find it in the floral section in a bag) Your choice of glue (hot glue or other) It's pretty self explanatory...but if you are a visual…
Make a Woven Star from Vintage Book Pages, Tutorial Part One
We've had a lot of interest in a tutorial for the woven star. Thank you all for your sweet comments about these! This star is made from vintage book pages. Traditionally, this type of ornament would be made from reed, or birch bark, or wood veneer, though some crafters like to use cardboard. I think folded paper works really well -- it's more flexible than cardboard, but has enough body to hold it's shape well. The woven star is a very old traditional pattern that goes by many names. Here is…