My Other Creations: Cookie Cutter Ornaments
Greetings readers! Still playing post-Thanksgiving catch-up and feeling like I am NOT READY for December, but I did try and get my Christmas crafting on this weekend. Here's a fun holiday project I tried that involves cookie cutters, but doesn't involve ovens (I think we've established that baking is not my forte)! So instead of cutting dough with these holiday cookie cutters, I used them to make some festive Christmas ornaments instead. Behold this little trio! To make these, I started out…
Olde Green Cupboard Designs
Decorating with cookie cutters as ornaments. Oooh, you could even paint them with paint or glitter glue! Great idea!!!
Distressed Rustic Primitive Wood Sign Tile Plaque with Snow Snowman Sign
8”x 26” Distressed Rustic Primitive Wood Sign with SNOW Snowman Sign. Sign has sawtooth hanger on back for hanging. This item can be customized to any color. Thanks for browsing my shop!
Cheap and Easy DIY Christmas Ornament Storage!
We finally got around to cleaning up our Christmas decor and are starting to feel some normalcy again. Over the years we've continued to acquire more ornaments, and I've added a few DIY ones to the mix. We have finally reached the point of needing more than an old shoe box to store everything. This is an incredibly cheap and easy way to store all your Christmas ornaments and knick-knacks. I bought the supplies last year, so I don't remember the exact amount, but it runs around $10 or less…
What to do with Old Christmas Cards
As we've received Christmas cards this year we've been hanging them around our pantry door. I love to display the cards we've been sent. It makes me feel so loved to see them all taking over that corner of our kitchen! But it's almost time to take them down and I need to decide what I'm going to do with them. I've searched the web and found some great ways to use up all those lovely cards we've received over the holidays. Why not create a lovely Christmas card wreath? via Good Housekeeping…