This is a quick and easy Christmas craft to decorate the tree or give away as a stocking filler. Great to do together with a group of ladies.
You will need some wooden old fashioned pegs, white paint, ribbons, glitter paper, Bomboniere/favour circles with gold/silver trim, white plastic lollipop sticks and thin wool. Most of these things can be purchased at a craft shop or those cheap variety stores (in the craft section). The bomboniere circles are a little bit harder to find – I bought mine at Lincraft. They are made of either tulle or organza.
If you haven’t got time to go shopping I have kits for sale on my Etsy store. The best thing with the kits is that some of the steps are done for you – the pegs come already painted and the wing template is are already traced onto the glitter card.
Here is some step by step photo instructions to show you how to make them:
These would have to be one of the easiest Christmas cards to make. All you need is some scraps of Christmas paper and some sparkly diamantes.
All you do is rip thin strips of paper into different lengths to position to look like a Christmas tree
Of course you can go to town with the embellishing with things like sequins, stars and snowflake hole punch shapes but try to keep it simple. If you are using plain cards you could decorate with a simple Christmas stamp if you want to. I have use a snowflake stamp to give the background a bit of interesting detail, but plain would be fine too. You could also have some fun with some watered down paint and a toothbrush to give that flicked paint effect.
This is a fun craft to do in a group as it is easy and you don’t need much equipment and you could just gather together your paper scraps from last season.
Hello again. Another craft inspired by craft supplies purchased only at K-Mart. This idea features one of my favourite crafts of all time – origami flowers. I have mentioned these in a previous post. They are so simple to make and look so effective.
These are the supplies you will need – all purchased at K-Mart in the craft department – 5x Designer Paper Pads, Mini Terracotta Pots, Beads Kit, Set of Colour Pencils, Washi Tape and a Bag of White Stones (you will find these in the Home Wares section). You will also need scissors, PVA Glue and a glue gun (you can also buy all these items at K-Mart)
Here is another card-making idea using a range of different media – card, recycled paper, fabric (linen), string (jute twine), buttons and wooden shapes.
I bought this great stack of recycled paper one day at a Florist/Gift Store. I have used this paper so much in my card making since I purchase it – luckily it was a big stack! I just love the recycled, old fashioned, rustic look to gives to my cards.
Craft shops will supply most of the materials required for this craft but I bought most of them fairly cheaply in the…Read More »
I bought some cups from T2 the other day and they packaged them in this great tissue paper. It was so cool I couldn’t throw it out so I kept it stored in my craft room until I would need it for some craft project one day.
The inspiration finally came and the other day and I created these cards. Very simple yet effective using the tissue paper as the background feature.
Here it is! – another crafty idea inspired by the K-Mart. This time I have used my ideas to help you decorate for a simple party. Can be adapted to suit any kind of party, birthday, baby shower etc. All you need can be found in the K-Mart store i.e. paper bags, place cards, tags, string, printed tape (craft dept), bulldog clips (stationary) and wooden plates and cutlery (party).
My daughter found this great Easter Craft on Facebook. She especially liked the paper mache eggs filled with small chocolate eggs. Check it out:
She was so excited about giving it ago we had to go straight to the supermarket to buy the chocolate eggs and water balloons. I even had to rearrange my craft room and make room for her on my craft table so that she could make them as soon as we got home.
Here are some photos of the progress. Stay posted to see the end product. She is making a whole bunch of them to give away to friends and family this Easter. Go Kate!
Yes! K-Mart! I discovered all this when I was trying to find cheap blank cards for a card making group I was running. Not only did I find cheap cards but lots of other wonderful craft treasures that look great and don’t cost a fortune.
This is my first instalment of crafts inspired by K-Mart. If you like cheap, easy crafts like me then watch this space for more ideas!
A simple craft kit including all you need to make 5 gorgeous Birthday cards.
Kits includes all materials – cards, envelopes, recycled paper, string, wooden shaped, fabric, buttons, tags and flag (already stamped for your convenience). All you have to do is put it together.
Designed to be easy and fool proof! Great idea to do with a group of friends or in a craft group. There is no need for any specialist craft tools – all you need is a glue, scissors and some double sided tape.
Kit also includes very clear, simple instructions with plenty of photos and diagrams so you can’t go wrong. You don’t need any experience or special craft skills to create these beautiful cards.
So get a group together or have a go yourself and impress your friends (as well as yourself!!) This is a limited edition so by quick
If you would like to purchase this kit please go to my Etsy Store to order.
This is one of the best crafts you can do with a group of girls young and old. I have taught this one many times and it is always successful. You make each petal separately with very easy origami folding. I think I have made about a thousand of these over the years and there are plenty around my house! I don’t think I will ever get tired of making them. I will definitely be posting more example in the future…Read More »