Helloo-heloo great people!
As promised new Christmas post has arrived! And it’s snowing outside! So talking about Christmas doesn’t feel weird anymore (to be totally honest, the snow has already melted again, but still, it was snowing earlier) !!! 😀 Today I’m going to share some of the DIY Christmas decoration videos I’ve found and tried. Although I’m veeeeery tempted to buy all the decorations because it would just be so much easier, but who said everything is supposed to be easy??? 😀 No really, it’s super fun to make them, I promise. 🙂
The first one is Rebecca Robeson’s video of how she makes a super beautiful and big paper wreath. She got the idea from Jenna DeAngeles, so I posted her video too because I find them both very helpful. Both women have lots of other cool videos also so I encourage you to check them out… might get some inspiration 😉
Another cool decoration I tried was the 3D paper star. This was super super easy! In the video that I’m sharing with you the star is too much of everything for my taste (the colour, the dots, the glitter etc), I would make just one-coloured stars like matte black or copper with no extras, I have more minimalist taste. But she explains the making of the star quite good.
And last DIY is also awesome! A 3D paper snowflake. After that one I felt like a total pro 😀 The how-to is here.
So, as I said above I’ve tried all of these and I’d really like to share my creations with you. But I also have two lovely cats, oh and they just love to play with everything they are not supposed to…Don’t get me wrong, I love my cats and they are madly cute but maybe that’s the problem. I’m soft on them. Anyways, after I had finished the decorations the night before, the next morning I woke up to discover that my two cats had destroyed my hard work (lovely cats, right?).
For the wreath I used old magazines, I planned to spray paint it black, white and blue, before it got ripped apart.
I can’t stay mad at them for too long and in the end it was a lot of fun making the decorations. 🙂 now I can make them even better.
Next time maybe some DIY Christmas presents..or well see..
With love and gratitude,