No other holidays have such a magical and joyous preparation period as Christmas, as the whole month of Advent is dedicated to get into the Christmas spirit and be merry. Truth be told, holidays will only be as festive as you make them – so don’t wait for the Christmas spirit to manifest itself, start creating it! We’ve already shared a collection of DIY Christmas tree ideas, so now it’s time to create some DIY Christmas ornaments for it. Check out the images that inspired us, and get creative!
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Decorating Christmas tree with our family is probably among the best childhood memories we have. However, not everyone likes the idea of cutting down the trees, so people came up with an idea to replace them with artificial ones. And now, as the boundaries of imagination are only expanding, the most recent trend is the DIY Christmas trees!
Jon Hendren is re-tweeting all the ridiculous complaints made by people who didn’t get what they wanted for Christmas. He used Twitter search strings like: ”not getting,” “iPod,” “iPhone,” “iPad,” or “Car” which return all these horrible comments about Christmas and the worst parents in the world. I really hope these people are kidding.
This Santa Claus hat brownie idea is candy to the eyes! So simple, yet absolutely cute – you can feel the Christmas spirit! To assemble, pipe a ring of vanilla buttercream on top of each brownie.Cut off the base of a strawberry so it is flat and place it upside down on each brownie, pushing slightly to secure in place. Top the tip of the strawberry with a dot of buttercream to finish the Santa hat.”
Because there are so many different occasions (Christmas, birthdays, Valentine’s day, etc.) the beautiful wrapping paper with Santa you bought for Christmas probably won’t work for Bob’s birthday. Luckily, Fabio Milito and Francesca Guidotti came up with this really clever idea, and from now on you’ll only need to buy one kind of wrapping paper! Circle any one of many hidden word messages (Merry Christmas, happy birthday, I love you, etc.), slap a bow on it and your gift is ready to go.