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I recently discovered the world of tea light crafts that I was simply oblivious to till now. Once I searched online and got some ideas, I realized that the possibilities to use them in various craft projects are endless.
So I had to incorporate at least one tea light ornament in my #25DaysofOrnaments Christmas Project 2017. And hence the Tea Light Snowman Christmas Ornament.
This one is fairly simple and requires just a few craft essentials – pipe cleaners, mini pompom balls, permanent markers, hot glue gun and an electric tea light.
And then it is as easy as just bringing everything together. Here’s the video tutorial to guide you through each step –
Tea Light Snowman Christmas Ornament
I am looking for more tea light craft ideas, got one to share?! Let me know in the comments below.
Complete set yet for my #25DaysofOrnaments Christmas craft Project for this year –
Twig and Ribbon Tree Christmas Ornament
Yarn Winter Hat Christmas Ornament
Stick Star Outdoor Christmas Ornaments
Acorn Cap Toadstool Christmas Ornaments
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So this is day 2 of my #25DaysofOrnaments project. I am running a little late, Saturday chores and inertia kept me occupied. We went to Tesco for our weekly grocery shopping, and with the red and white decorations and holiday songs playing on loop, it is indeed beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Even our borough’s High Street has its Christmas market going on.
The craft of the day is Yarn Winter Hat Christmas Ornament. Needless to say, this one is easy as well. I love doing easy craft especially because then I can very well enjoy it with LittleB. Instead of just ‘my own thing,’ easy craft makes it ‘our mother-daughter thing.’
Without much further ado, here it is –
Yarn Winter Hat Christmas Ornament
You Will Need
Approximately 40 yarn strings of the colours of your choice (30 cm long)
One thick paper strip (22cm X 2.5cm)
A tissue paper sheet (One tissue paper sheet is made up of two layers of thin papers. Gently pull the layers apart to get two thin tissue papers)
Pair of scissors and glue
How to Go About It
Video Tutorial of the Craft
Picture and Step by Step Tutorial of the Craft
If you try this craft at home, please do share your pics with me and let me know in the comments down below. I love to see your version of the craft. If there is an ornament that you want me to try making, let me know that as well.
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Here is the Day 1 craft of my Christmas Project 2017 – Twig and Ribbon Tree Christmas Ornament
For Christmas chocolate recipe that you can customize according to your taste buds, read Making Your Own Chocolate Bark Candy and Bringing in Yuletide
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Lately I have realized that I take up a craft project only when I don’t have anything else exciting going on. So am I really passionate about craft or am I into it just for passing time?
All I know is that craft gives me a push when I feel dull and weary (which happens way too often with me!). It tames my toddler like nothing else. When Little B indulges in a craft activity, she is on her best behavior – absolutely obedient and disciplined. Win-win situation for me the mother.
On one such tiring day, I thought why am I having a transparent phone case? I should do something about it. Little B loves rainbows and I love sequins, so this is what we both agreed on.
Rainbow and Sequins Phone Case DIY
You Would Need
1 transparent/clear phone case
Assorted colorful sequins (colors from rainbow family)
Clear glue (something which is strong enough for such a project)
Paper and pencil
How to Go About It
Outline your phone case on a sheet of paper.
On this outline that you have drawn, draw a rainbow. You can either draw curved lines for the rainbow (as I have) or straight stripes.
Now place the phone case properly on the outline and rainbow that you have drawn.
As we will avoid putting any mark on the phone case, this drawing is going to us a clear idea of where to stick what.
I have just drew 5 stripes for rainbow colors as I just had sequins in 5 colors. You can of course increase or decrease the number of stripes depending on what you have.
Start sticking the sequins in their proper places.
You can either apply glue to one entire strip at a time and stick sequins on it. Or you can apply glue to individual sequins and stick them up individually.
Within 5 minutes, I had this.
Let the phone case dry completely for 4-5 hours. After that tap of any lose sequins and reapply glue or sequins if needed.
I should let you know that I bought a cheap phone case so that I won’t waste money in case my project didn’t go as I planned.
Here’s a Scrapbooking-Inspired Easiest DIY Phone Case for you.
Pixar movies have always inspired me and Up is no different. Since I have seen the movie, I have started believing in the motto ‘Adventure is out there.’ The idea to grow old with Mr B and then live right next to a mighty gorgeous waterfall! I would give up anything to make this dream come true!
In the movie, Ellie draws an amazing painting of this dream on the wall of her living room. I have longed for that very same painting in my house ever since. But it took me years to convince myself that I CAN paint the same painting in my house.