Hide your Christmas sweets inside of whimsical Christmas crackers! In this example, we've made a tree, an elf and a fairy. Begin by gluing together a nice-sized tube of card. Fold some tissue paper accordion style at the end and cut fringe into it. Glue the tissue paper to your tube and then let your creativity flow. Attach flowers, pieces of felt, wiggly eyes and pipe cleaners to your Christmas cracker. Decorative berries make a nice nose for Santa or ornaments for the tree. It's best to use a hot glue gun to make this Christmas craft.
Make beautiful Christmas ornaments to hang in the tree. Cut out patterns from tissue paper in various colours. Then brush the bauble with a thin layer of decoupage varnish. Place the pieces of paper on the now-sticky bauble, and brush on another layer of varnish. Work with one piece of paper at a time, and keep going until you are satisfied. Let your ornaments dry thoroughly and then add a pretty string.
Make personalised parcels with wool pipe cleaners! Wrap your parcels in beautiful paper and ribbon to match. Then shape your pipe cleaners into hearts, leaves or the recipient's name. It's all up to your imagination! This is an easy way to make your parcels a little more fun.
Get inspired by trendy marbled Christmas baubles! Start by priming the bauble with ordinary spray paint. Let dry completely before applying the marble spray. You can also try using the marble spray without priming the bauble first. For best results, spray from a distance of 20-30 cm. When you are satisfied with your Christmas baubles, attach a pretty ribbon and hang them up in the tree.
Make your own unique Christmas ornaments with spray paint! Paint your baubles fully or partially with spray paint and masking tape. Remember to spray thin layers and work from a distance of about 20-30 cm. You can draw raised decorative patterns with Panokitt Quick glue before spray painting some of your Christmas baubles. Another idea is to apply marble spray paint to a painted bauble. You can also try painting little dots with an embossing tool. One tip is to use the same base colour for all of your ornaments to give your tree a colour-coordinated theme.
Impress your guests with pinecone-like Christmas ornaments made of corrugated cardboard! Cut corrugated cardboard into drop shapes. Glue them one by one to a polystyrene ball. Start at one end and work your way down, attaching the pieces overlapping one another. When you are satisfied, glue on a hanger and tie on a ribbon. Use a hot glue gun to make your ornament.
Make beautiful painted Christmas ornaments with the pouring technique! Drip Hobbylack directly into the glass bauble and shake it. A disposable pipette is perfect for dripping paint. When you shake the bauble, be careful to keep the paper towel over the opening to prevent the paint from splashing out. Once the bauble is dry, you can replace the hanger. First put the metal top back on and then replace the hanger by squeezing the loop together, with the ends inside the opening. Each ornament will be unique, which will lend a beautiful, striking look to your tree.
With an open glass ball, you can make your own miniature world inside every Christmas ornament. Why not let a little rabbit move in, or as seen here, a cute little deer?
We love Christmas crafts and we're thrilled to share our ideas. Here are some ideas for what you can make with a cute little glass jar. Place something beautiful inside and hang it up in the tree, use it for your Christmas table setting, or for anything you like. You can use rolled-up notes, an adorable figure, a little branch dusted with snow, glitter, berries etc. Glue on the lid when you are done.
These stylish, white Christmas star ornaments are already beautiful, so you don't have to do anything at all. Simply hang them up from string. But we just love Christmas crafts, so we've spruced them up a bit with little pine cones, boxwood and mini snowballs. The letters are strung onto ordinary sewing thread and glued to the back. A hot glue gun is the best way to attach the decorations.
Make your own Christmas ornaments for an ultra-personalised tree! Here, we've used a nice, crisp theme with glass, white and silver ornaments.
We love Christmas decorations and just can't get enough! Here are some tips on what you can make with pine cones. Pine cones are incredibly beautiful and can be elevated even further with a sprinkling of snow and glitter. You can apply glitter in many different forms, including spray and loose glitter. If you use loose glitter, first apply varnish to the pine cone wherever you want the glitter to adhere. Brush with Oceanlack, sprinkle with glitter and let dry. Glitter spray is easier, but loose glitter comes in loads of different colours. You can also apply snow in two different ways: with a spray or paint. Dot white paint with the tip of a brush onto the scales, or spray if you prefer. When the pine cone is dry, tie on a ribbon (and maybe some greenery) and hang it up. If you aren't able to get out into the forest to collect your own pine cones, you can find them in our assortment. See which materials we used below.
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