Above: From the Craftberry Bush
As a Blogger one's mind is torn in all directions at the inspirational DIY ideas on the web. Today I want to share some holiday diy inspiration and some free printables. I have placed links to the tutorials or downloads beneath the images.
Above: Create a festive tree, these could be used as place names, you could write a name at an angle across one side. If you then went over the letters with a fine PVA pen you could sprinkle glitter onto the name. Please hop over to Rose et Vert for the pattern and instructions for the tree
And a selection of printables....
Above: I love these quirky name tags, free to print out from Kelli Murray. Kelly also has an Etsy shop, Kelli Murray Art where you can find a range of her cards and prints.
Above: Another free printable from Lil Luna, this would look lovely framed simply as above, or you could use it to create some Christmas cards....download over at Lil Luna
Above: I first heard of German 'glass glitter' at Miss Mustard Seed's Blog. Marian imports this beautiful glitter, available in a range of colours for so many creative ideas.
Above: Marian bought dollar shop plastic animals and gave them a glittering new life....see how over at Miss Mustard Seed
Above: The tips of these pine cones were treated with Marians glass glitter, hop over to Miss Mustard Seed to see how.
Above: Create this pretty Rosemary wreath from The Pretty Blog
Above: Create this pine cone tree with easy instructions from I Fall In Chocolate
Above: DIY ornaments from Magnolia Homes. What I love about these little ornaments is that the icing is not perfect, yet to me they look much cuter than something that has been iced to perfection.
Above: I love these chocolate bark gift tags, such a clever idea don't you think! Hop over to Wilton for ingredients and how to.
I hope you have enjoyed these discoveries. Last week I shared a wonderful book called Christmas At Home, by Sandra Kaminski photographed by Geoff Hedley. This wonderful book is full of fabulous ideas for Christmas. I have been so inspired I wanted to share it with everyone and dedicated a full post. I have been emailed about where this book is available, there is a link in my previous post, however, it can be bought through Whitcoulls stores as one reader informed me.
If you would like more free printables, visit my Pinterest board below.