We’ll see you in the new year!!!
If you’re like us, you keep all sorts of things because you might use them later for some kind of project that never really comes about. Now you can actually put those random boxes and fabric scraps to use. Crafting a Green World has tutorial after tutorial to turn your scraps into crafts.
Here’s a super easy way to dress up your walls.
*metallic ribbon or confetti
*double glass picture frame
All you need to do is cut your ribbon into your desired length and sandwich between the glass. If you use curling ribbon like we did, you’ll need to run your scissors across them to straighten them out.
You could use a larger frame and use it as a serving tray for drinks.
Dyson’s heater is practical and beautiful.
We whipped up these garlands for a holiday party. Super easy and super simple. We made them with 5-inch circles, but you could make them in any shape or size. We used leftover paper to make rectangular ones. Smaller ones could be use for gift wrapping.
All you need for this project are:
Place a second circle on top to sandwich the ribbon. Continue along the ribbon about three inches apart for as long as you need the garland to be.
Cut the ribbon and hang. You could make the circles as large or as small. The small garlands could also be used for gift wrapping.
A super simple project to do with your kids.
* a wire hanger
* two packs of green tissue paper
Take the wire hanger and pull it into a circular shape. The hook will be used to hang your wreath.
Cut strips of tissue paper into 8 inch strips. No need to be completely accurate with this step. Then take each strip and wrap it once around the hanger and twist together. Repeat with all the strips; pushing them close together each time.
Go all the way around. Once finished, fluff up the pieces to fill it out and trim any pieces that are too long.
the hanger and then finish it off with a ribbon. We made one out of tissue paper just to keep with the feel.
How much fun is this combination?! You get to play a game of “baseball” and if you win, you get the gumballs. And you don’t even need a coin. All this for $1,000 at Hammacher Schlemmer.