Decorating the Christmas tree is one of the essential traditions that we are looking forward to every holiday season. Whether you do this as a fun activity with your kids and family or simply to decorate your home with festive spirit, there are so many ways to bring this magical tree alive. If you’re feeling crafty and you want to have something special rather than your old stocks of festive ornaments, your own made Christmas baubles are so much better than buying new ones. Turn this clear plastic ball from a craft shop into a perfect Christmas bauble, you can fill it with any decorations you’d love. Here are 4 ways how to style them up.Read more
It’s the time of the year again! Let’s share the joy of the holiday spirit with the gift gifting tradition. When you’ve spent time to choose the right gift for your loved one, it’s only fair that you also pay a good attention to the packaging. Create a beautiful festive packaging with some simple materials that are easy to get. Head this way for an easy and fun do it yourself Christmas packaging.
The holiday season has started and that means gifting planning! Christmas isn’t that far anymore and you have a full list upcoming dinner invitations, a family lunch, Christmas feast with colleagues or girlfriends, or invitations from neighbours at their houses and you always ask yourself what to bring as a gift. A good bottle of wine always works but it might seem too generic…? Come on, you want to bring up the festive mood in the party! I came up with this holiday gift basket that is easy to create and filled with festive goodies that everyone love. The thoughtful gift that doesn’t cost a fortune because you can make it your own!
Countdown to the best time of the year, Christmas! I’m home this Christmas so I’ve prepared presents for my family with cute wrapping and placed them under the tree. If you leave everything till the last minute (just like me!) but wanna having something quite impressive, these holiday wrapping ideas are simple enough that you’ll be able to bash them out – so chop chop!