If there are two things you will see plenty of at this time of the year, it is wrapping paper and Christmas cards and we have a few ideas on how you can save and use these.
Bring a festive touch to your home with this pair of plywood reindeer that you can make in an hour or two.
When starting out as a family, you will want to establish traditions that will see Christmas becoming a favourite time of the year for you and your loved ones.
Make the countdown to Christmas an exciting event with one of these DIY Advent Calendar ideas that the whole family can get involved with.
These Christmas snowflake decorations are made using ordinary clothes pegs and only require a few tools and materials.
We put together a selection of ideas that you can use to make the holiday dining table special for the festive season.
Not every home has the space for a full-size Christmas tree, but where do you put one if you don't want to settle for a mini version?
This beautiful felt wreath cushion will not only bring a festive touch to your home, but it also a great gift idea.
With their colourful icing decoration, sugar cookies are fun to bake and easy to decorate and is a great family project that the kids will love.
With a single roll of brown or white paper your can dress the holiday table, wrap presents, create holiday decor and so much more.
It is so easy to make your own wrapping paper or holiday decorations by turning a lint roller into a stamping tool.
With everyone keeping an eye on their spending, making your Christmas decorations instead of buying them is a sure way to save money.
With the trend for recycling, what better way to put this into action that to make your Christmas decor using items you already have in the home.
Christmas in July has been celebrated for decades, but many of us aren’t sure exactly how to go about it and while it’s usually held during the last weekend in July, you can choose any day, as it isn’t an official holiday.
Get the kids involved in making a great father's day gift he will love using basic tools and supplies.
Easter 2020 wasn't a memorable one for many and this year celebrating Easter might be just as tough, but we put together some budget-friendly ideas for decorating a home for Easter.
This DIY Valentine heart frame is an easy project that you can do and one that will be appreciated by a loved one.
There are thousands of ideas on crafts you can do for Valentine's Day, and we found 6 of the best ideas for this Valentine's Day.
If you are planning any special occasions at your home for Christmas or New Year's, don't forget the balloons!
Making your own Christmas gift boxes is easy if you have a template, and we provide a template and instructions for making them below.
This is a project that mom or dad and the kids can get together to upcycle glass or transparent plastic food jars into a colourful advent calendar.
Decorate your front door or inside your home for the festive season with this easy succulent wreath.
If you want to make your Christmas gifts look like they're worth a million take a look at some of these amazingly simple gift wrapping ideas.
With very few ready-made options to choose from, creating a beautiful Christmas wreath for your front door or to hang in your home is an easy craft project.
Simple to learn and offering you so many project possibilities, macramé opens up a new way to craft Christmas decorations for the home.
For anyone who is keeping a tight rein on spending this holiday season, here are some Christmas decor ideas you can make from scraps and leftovers from previous projects.
With Christmas just a month away, many are looking for ideas for a way to celebrate the festive season without taking up too much space, and this minimalists wall-mounted Christmas tree is just the thing.
Every home should have a touch of festive greenery for holiday decorations and in this article, we look at how to fake it or make it!
Not everyone can have a traditional Christmas tree in the home, so here are some of the best crafty DIY alternatives that you can make.
When it comes to decorating the home for Christmas, I'm always a bit let down when it comes to options for Christmas tablecloths, so why not make your own!
This year, get the whole family involved in making decorations for the Christmas tree and your home and set a new tradition.
Decoupage is a fun and easy way to add pretty designs to a lot of items, but it's great if you want to create stunning Easter eggs, even at the last minute.
Easter is not far away and we found some pretty ways to dress up your home for Easter and crafts that the kids can also do to decorate the home.
This Valentine's Day, instead of spending a fortune on a bunch of roses that won't last more than a week, rather splurge on a beautiful pot plant for an option that will leave a lasting memory.
Once again Christmas has come and gone, but there are some things you shouldn't throw away that can be used again...
If you are looking for last-minute Christmas decorations, either for your home or for the Christmas dining table, you will love these quick and easy ideas that don't cost much to make.
If your Christmas tree is looking a bit empty or you just don't have enough ornaments to finish off, here are some quick and easy crafty DIY Christmas ornament ideas.
This article is especially for all the DIY Divas out there - even those who haven't yet put their newfound skills to good use!
We used a stave from an Oak barrel to make an attractive wood candle holder as a centrepiece for the festive dining table.
Let the kids make these pretty paper angels to dress the family Christmas tree.
It is so easy to make your gifts even more special simply by wrapping them with style with these easy gift wrapping ideas.
No space for a Christmas tree? Make this decorative Christmas tree with fairy lights and a piece of pine or board.
Kreg and Dremel have partnered to show you how to make this handmade Wine Gift Box.
This beautiful Christmas feature brings a touch of nature to your festive dining table and is super-easy to make.
Since we are all looking at becoming more sustainable, why not consider making your own wooden tree ornaments and festive decor?
Based on the Tannenboing Christmas Tree that appeared a couple of years back, this spiral Christmas tree is something to make as a eco-friendly option to buying a fake tree.
If you like to keep up with the trends, you will love the Christmas colours for decorations and ornaments that you will find at Mr Price Home.
A beautifully dressed Christmas tree is the centrepiece of your festive decorating, so let your Christmas tree shine.
Pratley’s FrogzEggz® hand-mouldable plastic is the ideal product to get the whole family involved in creating your very own Christmas figurines and decorations.
If you're looking for an excuse to host a party, why not throw a Halloween-themed party and add some spooky decor to your home.
We have compiled a selection of great craft ideas for Mother's Day that dad and the kids can make, or you can make for your own mom.
Sharpie pens are great for a variety of projects but are a fun way to decorate Easter eggs with intricate designs and colour.
It is Easter holidays and we put together a selection of Easter crafts for the whole family.
We've compiled a selection of easy, affordable Easter crafts that the whole family can get involved with.
Start crafting for Easter with this adorable salt dough Easter garland.
Whether you prefer to celebrate Valentine's Day with an over-the-top display, or something a little more pared back, we've put together a selection of ideas to inspire you.
Spraymate has just launched Rose Gold as part of its colour range, and I used this to finish off my Valentine Heart Clock.
So soft to cuddle and so easy to make, this shaggy cushion is perfect for a Valentine's day gift for someone you love.
If you're looking for gift wrapping ideas, we have compiled a selection of our favourite gift wrapping ideas to make wrapping your festive gifts a breeze.
Use fresh oranges to make your own scented candleholders for the festive holiday season.
This Christmas lantern is made by recycling a plastic juice bottle with some added embellishments.
Start a family tradition by making your own Christmas tree ornaments using air dry clay.
This pine box is perfect to cover the pot or stand for a Christmas Tree, and it's designed to accommodate any size of stand or bucket.
This bleached pine cone wreath is made using pine cones, a pool noodle and some LED fairy lights.
Make your home décor and Christmas traditions even more special with these projects which are guaranteed to make the season more special and personal for your family and friends.
This Festive Season, Pratley has the solution that allows the whole family to get involved with Christmas decorating.
Burlap is an inexpensive fabric that you can buy at most fabric stores and it's ideal for making your own affordable festive wreath.
Simple and elegant, nature provides us with so many options for setting a natural festive table that is affordable for everyone.
Cupcake liners are an easy way to make a variety of holiday decorations to decorate your home for Christmas, or for any occasion.
Here's a simple and easy way to transfer family photos on a candle - great gift idea!
Everyone likes to receive a gift made with love and this charging station is the perfect gift for Father's Day.
If you're looking for something different to decorate your Easter table, these chalkboard Easter eggs are a great idea.
Add colourful Easter fun to your celebrations with this easy bunny garland. The kids will hop with delight!
Take a look at some of these beautiful Easter egg designs that you can easily replicate for your Easter celebrations.
Here's a fun way to recycle glass food jars and containers, or to use Mason jars, to make your own Valentine's decor and gifts.
Add a touch of festive glamour to your dining table with this magical centrepiece.
Grab your power tools to make these gingerbread decorations that look good enough to eat!
In this feature we show you how to put your DIY skills to use to make your own all-natural decorations - provided free of charge by Mother Nature.
Christmas baubles are easy to break, and before you know it you have plenty of baubles that can no longer be hanged on the tree. Here's a way to make a holiday wreath using broken baubles.
These wonderful tree ornaments are made using thin-gauge wire and colourful sparkly beads.
These Xmas card gift houses are perfect for setting up a festive tableaux, or to use a gift boxes for presents.
Planning a party for Halloween? This pumpkin cooler is an inexpensive project that will add the perfect atmosphere for any Halloween celebration.
If you and the kids enjoy participating in Halloween, we've put together a selection of easy DIY Halloween decor ideas for the home.
Father's Day is just around the corner, and if you still haven't gotten round to buying (or making) a gift, we've got some crafty gift ideas he'll love.
Mother's Day is coming up on Sunday 14th May. If you're still hunting for a gift idea, we put together a collection of crafty DIY projects you can make.
It's time to start thinking about a Mother's Day gift. If your mom loves fresh flowers, why not make a personally decorated vase using one of these beautiful DIY vase ideas.
Lace eggs are wonderful to craft if you own a Dremel Rotary MultiTool. I was given some Ostrich eggs and decided to use these to make a larger version of my lace eggs.
Here are some fun crafts for Valentine's Day where the kids can also get invoved. Make ultra-cute keepsake mementos that are perfect for Mum and Dad, and even grandparents.
Use air-dry clay to make a selection of handcrafted bowls that are wonderful for gifts for any occasion - or for Valentine's Day.
With Valentine's Day just around the corner, I thought it might be nice to have a feature on wire crafts - to make something whimsical or practical for someone you love.
Quality gift boxes can sometimes end up costing more than the gift. We show you how to make your own rigid gift boxes for any size or shape of gift.
The festive season is upon us and Rust-Oleum offers ideas to
customise your mantel with gold spray paint.
For those that have left it to the last minute to decorate the tree, we put together 6 wonderful festive ideas for a magnificent tree to add to your festive decorating.
Add a DIY touch to your festive table with these easy place markers that allow you to organise and decorate your holiday table.
Here's a simple way to turn glass jars or vases into wonderful candle votives for an inexpensive holiday display.
Here's an easier way to make a triangular shelf, and the shape is perfect for displaying festive decorations.
Use whatever you have, repurpose or re-use household items, or grab your craft or DIY tools and make your own holiday decor.
Use affordable felt to make unique holiday decor for the festive season. In this feature we show you how to make a felt wreath and felt garland.
Use LED fairy lights to decorate your home for the holidays. Today's LED fairy lights are safe, affordable and can be used for a variety of decor projects to light up your home with festive cheer.
Tis once again the season to get crafting to decorate your home for the festive season. We put together a collection on DIY advent calendars to make to add a personal touch to your holiday decor.
Simple in design, you can easily make this Father's Day gift using pine and leather straps - or repurpose an old leather belt.
In this project I offer two wonderful wooden plaque designs that you, or your older kids, could make for Mother's Day.
Re-purpose an old door or drawer front, or make a basic tray using SupaWood offcuts, and dress up with tile to make a pretty breakfast tray.
Here's an easy Easter craft project that the kids can get involved in during the holidays.
Use leftover scrapbooking or wrapping paper and an old book to make this wonderfully easy and crafty Easter garland.
March is Easter month, a time when we indulge in chocolates, celebrate with family and have Easter egg hunts for the kids! We thought we’d share these easy and cute ideas using Ball jars.
This seaglass frosted votive holder is perfect for your home or as a gift. Engrave a butterfly design onto the glass, or your choice of design.
This crafty Valentine's heart brooch is so easy, the kids can make one for mom or for a sweetheart.
I found these cute jars at my local Westpack for R15 and thought they would be perfect for a Valentine's Day project. With my Dremel MultiTool and Flexi Shaft I engraved 'Sweets for my Sweet' onto the jar and filled with sweets.
Top off your gifts with the perfect ribbon bow. Here are easy instructions for the perfect satin bow.
If you still haven't got round to setting up the Christmas tree and hanging your holiday decorations we share some of our favourite decorating ideas.
When you are working on a teeny-weeny budget for the festive season, making or baking your own gifts and festive fare can save you lots. Here are some simple ideas and inspiration to get you started.
The Jubiltree is a modern and environmentally conscious alternative to the fake Christmas tree and one that you can make on your own.
There’s no better way to welcome guests over the festive season than with this cheerful twist on the traditional Christmas wreath
Here's a fun way to put all your old earrings to good use. With a length of wire you can craft your own tree ornaments.
Don't throw away your old or broken tree ornaments. Here's a way that you can use old tree ornaments in a new way to make your own festive decorations - and save money too!
This festive season why not give handmade gifts made with love. The Kreg community offers a selection of 6 handmade festive gift ideas.
Put trimmed branches to good use by making your own Christmas tree for mounting on a wall. Great idea for a small home that doesn't really have the space for a traditional tree.
Here's how you can use Nespresso capsules for various fun and unique festive crafts to decorate your home.
These sisal bottle brush Christmas trees are actually quite easy to make and add whimsy to your Christmas decor. Make a selection of bottle brush Christmas trees for decor and to dress up your holiday table.
Stock up on supplies and make your own advent calendar. These easy ideas are fun crafts that the whole family can get involved in.
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thought it might be nice to start adding easy DIY gift ideas that you can make with love and give to family or friends.
What better way to spoil our moms for Mother's Day than with a simple, fun and creative herbal soap that the kids can make with a little help.
Coming up with ideas for Mother's Day is a good excuse to take out my Dremel Micro to engrave on glass and turn a recycled glass food jar into a gift filled with home-baked cookies.
Dremel asked me to come up with a project idea for Mother's Day using the Dremel Micro Multitool. This wind chime has delicate feathers cut from an old aluminium coffee can using the Dremel Micro Multitool and accessories included as part of the complete kit.
I was trying to come up with ideas for Easter craft projects and finger painting came to mind. But then I thought about using fingerprints to paint fun designs onto eggs.
Valentine on a budget doesn't have to be cheap and cheesy. There are plenty of ideas for cards, decor and gifts that you can easily and affordably whip up for your loved one (or someone you fancy!) without breaking the bank.
For the festive season we thought it might be nice to grab some Rust-Oleum glitter spray and turn an ordinary chalkboard menu board into a decorative display for the home.
This creative advent calendar puts a new spin on 'taking out' the calendar for the festive season. This advent calendar is made using Chinese-style take out boxes that are stacked up to create a seasonal advent calendar.
This cute little house provides a wonderful display when filled with a votive candle. They make a wonderful display on top of a fireplace mantle or you can use them as a decorative centrepiece for the festive table.
Everyone needs a place to display or hang their Christmas cards and this masonite or hardboard Christmas tree is easy to make and you can buy half a sheet at your local Builders.
If there is one thing to be learned from the Scandinavians, it's how to decorate stylish interiors on a frugal budget.
Last year I shopped around for a new Christmas tree, since mine was starting to lose a few of its branches and looking worse for wear. Made me think about alternative ideas for a Christmas tree... like this stepladder Christmas tree.
You can make this gorgeous detailed eggs for yourself or give them as a gift. Super easy to make if you have a Dremel Multitool, you can add decoupage any image onto the eggs once you are finished to fit any occasion.
For the festive season, we have put together a collection of Dremel projects that you can make with your Dremel tools.
As we head towards the December school holidays, parents are trying to think up unique ideas for teacher appreciation gifts.
I have been following Lia Griffith for quite some time. Using different types of card and paper she crafts some amazing designs for home decor and holidays.
Recycle a pringles container into a decorative gift box that can be embellished for any occasion.
The kids will enjoy making this angry birds key ring using modelling clay and it's a great craft idea for a Father's Day gift. You will find various types of modelling clay at craft and hobby shops. You can also use air-dry clay for this project, and add a few drops of food colouring to tint the clay to the colours you need.
This fabric cellphone holder is a great gift idea for Mother's Day, and the kids can easily get involved in a family project to make an easy and affordable gift for Mother's Day. We made our fabric cellphone holder out of faux suede, but you can use pleather or leather to make if you prefer.
Whether you do or you don't, we have put together a selection of Valentine's Day crafts that you can make for your loved one. From crafty beer cases to recycled crafts and reclaimed wood signs. Making your own valentine's gift shows how much you care, and you can have lots of fun making your own creation!
Whether you do or you don't, we have put together a selection of Valentine's Day crafts that you can make for your loved one. From crafty beer cases to recycled crafts and reclaimed wood signs. Making your own valentine's gift shows how much you care, and you can have lots of fun making your own creation!
I have been having so much fun using my Dremel MultiTool to make Pysanka (lace eggs). Our Christmas tree was decorated with a variety of lace eggs and I included a hole at the back of the eggs, so that they could be placed close to the lights for a colourful effect.
If you are looking for an inexpensive way to dress the Christmas tree, these wire and bead ornaments won't cost much and you can use mismatched beads to make them bright and colourful.
Decorating the home for the festive season doesn't have to be expensive. These salt dough holiday crafts not only fill up the Christmas tree, they are also a fun way to keep the kids occupied during the school holidays.
Decorate your home this festive season with affordable alternatives to ready-made and bought decorations that you can make from paper, magazines and old books.
How cute are these little snowmen made from old socks! The make the most adorable holiday decorations and the kids can get involved in making them during the school holidays.
So many ideas... so little time! I have decided to go au naturelle this festive season and make as many of my own festive decorations as possible. I also decided to take a look at making scrap fabric wreaths and garlands.
No Christmas table should be without the traditional Christmas crackers, and making your own means that you can fill them with fun accessories and thoughtful gifts for family and friends during the festive season. Here's how to make your own inexpensive Christmas crackers.
Love this idea for an advent calendar, plus you can use the board for other purposes when it's not used as an advent calendar. You will find PAR pine at your local Builders Warehouse for this project, and you can recycle old Christmas ornaments.
I have come to believe that commercially Christmas has lost its true meaning. This year, instead of piling on the tinsel, I decided to make some of my own ornaments with the focus being on the nativity.
I don't know about you, but Christmas this year is going to be tight. So tight in fact, that all my friends and family will be receiving homemade gifts. The thing about homemade gifts is that they are made with love and care, and not something you whip together in five minutes!
How pretty are these cupcake fairy lights. They are inexpensive to make and you can mix up the colours to suit any special occasion or party. All you need are paper cupcake liners and LED fairy lights. It's important to use LED lights as they generate very little heat.
Here's a clever tutorial that shows how to make your own dainty ribbon bows, using a single or two colours. This method is perfect for ribbons for small gifts, popping onto an envelope, using as an embellishment for scrapbooking, and for gluing onto a hair clip or barrette.
How gorgeous are the colours of these dyed Easter eggs, and that gilded look adds just the finishing touch. Add quick and easy gilding to eggs with foil wrapping paper.
Don't you just love this Easter centrepiece. If you don't want to use artificial grass for your centrepiece you can substitute with wheat grass, or other lush grass variety that you find at your local garden centre or nursery.
So many beautiful ways to decorate Easter eggs, or even eggs that you would like to put on display just because they look gorgeous.
I have previously featured on lace eggs but this time I want to do Easter eggs with a lace design. Although, having made these I think I will put them on permanent display somewhere !
Make up a mini tabletop garden centrepiece for St Patrick's Day. This mini bouquet is set in a chic glass container and features clover and wheatgrass and cut flowers (Shasta and chamomile daisies). What a great way to dress up your St. Patty’s Day table!
Buy some colourful embroidery thread and a pack of small balloons to make an Easter egg garland or colourful table display.
Unique serviette folds can make a table setting extra entertaining. I'm happy to show you these fantastic fillable pouch serviettes by Matthew Mead. They are a perfect way to deliver Easter treats !
Make these decorative Easter eggs with pretty fabric or patterned wrapping paper and then place them on display on a table or shelf.
With Easter on the horizon, you will be on the lookout for Easter craft projects. One project that is always fun, is to decorate blown out eggs in different ways. For this project you need to blow out eggs and here's how to...
Not everyone looks forward to Valentine's Day, so this year I decided to feature a Valentine's Day craft that would appeal to the disenchanted, disillusioned and disheartened. We'll show you how to make a bouquet of black roses using duct tape.
If you're tired of spending a fortune on a Valentine's day card or gifts, you can so easily start crafting your own. There are so many wonderful Valentine's day ideas on the Internet and here are just a few crafty Valentine craft projects that caught my attention...
If you are lucky enough to live by the coast, take a stroll along the beach to collect pieces of driftwood. You can use driftwood to make a variety of festive or home decor accessories. You will find some amazingly crafty ideas for driftwood Christmas trees...
So many beautiful ideas for a festive wreath and only one door...! There are hundreds of ideas for festive wreaths on the Internet and I decided to select a few to give you ideas and inspiration for dressing up the front door.
As an incentive to speed up their Christmas orders, Art Mind created these cute little angles as gifts for clients placing their orders early. Too adorable, these little angels would look wonderful as ornaments on the Christmas tree.
I have been looking for ways to use up my collection of aluminium cold drink cans and decided to make a patchwork star using the cans. I think the patchwork tin start came out great and will definitely be making more.
When times are tough - the tough get creative. There are hundreds of creative gift ideas that you can make. And don't think that your gift won't be appreciated. I have always been one that truly appreciates a gift given a lot of thought and made with love.
The trees are made using sheets of music for some trees, book pages for others, and even children's books for a youthful tree. They are adorable grouped together on a mantle or table.
Boxes and cartons are perfect for creating special gift containers, whether or Christmas, birthdays or special occasions. In this project I am using an egg box, and a couple of old gift boxes to show you how easy it is.
Here I go again... once more using plastic cold drink bottles. This time I'm using plastic bottles for my Christmas fairy lights. I want to hang them around the window frame, so they need to be BIG. I'm also using plastic bottles to make miniature Christmas trees for the table.
If you have some 9mm and 12mm MDF offcuts lying around at home, Dremel will show you how to put these to good use. This project also introduces the new Dremel Moto Saw, due to be launched in South Africa in the new future.
With just under two weeks to go until the beginning of December I thought I should pop in a feature on how to make an advent calendar. There are plenty of ideas on the web and I put together a few of my favourite - and ones that are easy to make at home.
There are plenty of alternative and re-purposed options for Christmas trees, and many are truly exceptional. I personally feel that the traditional Christmas tree will remain with us for a long time to come.
If your hubby is a beer drinker, or your kids like canned cold drinks, guaranteed you have aluminium cans leftover after a weekend, especially if friends come around for a braai. Repurpose aluminium cans using a Dremel MultiTool and create unique Christmas or table decor and accessories for your home.
Homemade and gifts made with love are my fave gifts to receive. You know that the giver has spent time making a gift to give and has put a lot of thought and effort into the process. With this in mind I thought it might be nice to show a selection of easy gifts to make and nice ones to receive...
This wooden Christmas tree was designed and created by Crafty Sisters, and the first time I spotted it on Pinterest, I knew this was a fantastic project for our DIY Divas Christmas Craft workshop.
Considering how much you have to spend these days on greeting cards, it makes sense to recycle old greeting cards, repurpose them in other ways, or even make your own greeting cards.
I have a front wall covered in Ivy that I am forever trimming to keep in shape. But I can't wait for new shoots to grow so that I can use them for home decor crafts.
If you're stumped for ideas for a Mother's Day gift, here's a really nice project - and everyone appreciates a touch of greenery for their home.
Easter is just around the corner and I came across this lovely project with free printable templates for making your own gift or goodie bags and even bookmarks. All you need is cardstock and a printer to make your own gift bags.
Feeling all soppy and romantic this year? Or perhaps you would like to do something different this year. Crafty Sisters have a wonderful red felt heart wreath that is fairly simple and only requires a few basic crafting tools.
Planning a wedding takes a lot of time and effort, and this stressful time can turn out to be a nightmare for both bride- and groom-to-be. You've decided on the venue but how will you design and decorate the venue?
If a wedding is on the cards and you're still looking for last minute decorating and favour ideas, here are some that you can make yourself and they won't cost a fortune.
If shopping early makes the holidays less stressful, then planning early for decorating your home brightens the family's mood and makes this time of year more fun.
What would Christmas be without a Christmas tree. Today Christmas trees needn’t be as traditional as they once were
Here's a fun and affordable way to make your own greeting cards. The whole family can get involved and be creative.
A few simple crafts ideas for extra special Christmas wrapping, decor and table dressing - for an affordable Christmas at home.
A few blown light bulbs, a few tools and accessories and you can easily make your own gorgeous tree ornaments.
To celebrate Hanukkah with our Jewish readers, here are a selection of craft projects that you can easily do to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere for family and friends.
Don't settle for store bought ornaments when you can create a tradition by using clear baubles each year and filling them with lasting memories.
A few curtain hoops, some colourful, jewel-toned embroidery thread and a few sewing accessories are all that you need to make these gorgeous Dorset Button tree decorations.
As the holidays begin to descend upon us, we’re also working hard at keeping with the whole idea of creating more and consuming less.
Celebrate a clash of different cultures, epochs and art movements by creating your own Christmas Fusion Crackers.
Christmas decorations can work out expensive! Why not make your own this year, saving money whilst adding a personal touch to the festive celebrations?
Decorate brightly coloured rubber boots to create fabulous Christmas stockings with a difference - customising them for a fun and contemporary way to deliver gifts from Santa.
You don't need to spend a fortune on dressing up a home for the holidays.
Now who doesn’t want to bowl over those cheery little elves? You could vary this project to create gnomes, fairies, farm animals, monsters, your family…whatever !
Magazines, books, newspaper - use paper scraps to make these crafty bows for gifts !
Here's a project that uses blank note cards from the craft store and fabric scraps from your stash to create one-of-a-kind embellished greetings that are sure to perk up anyone's day.
With Christmas around the corner, we decided to look at some of the absolutely gorgeous home made Christmas cards - to inspire you to make your own this year!
Always perfect as a gift, engraved wine or champagne glasses are easy to do if you own a Dremel Engraver.
A braai apron is something that every dad will appreciate, especially when you add your own unique message!
We've all seen it at one time or another: a child opens a beautifully wrapped gift and ends up playing with the box and the wrapping much more than the toy it contained. In this project find out how to make the perfect gift box.
Don't just wrap your Valentine's Day presents, box them with love!
Spoil your special valentine with something sweet to say I love you!
Did you leave it too late to stock up on wrapping paper? These fun ideas will help you out of a tight spot and they're pretty and fun to boot. You'll find everything you need at your local stationary shop.
These scented fabric ornaments are a gorgeous way to introduce a hint of festive fragrance to any corner of the home.
Give this Christmas a whole new spin by recycling for your gifts and gift wrapping!
Here's a silver lining to the dark economic clouds still on the horizon this holiday season: handmade holiday decorations are not only less costly, they're perceived as more meaningful as well.
Recycle your old wrapping paper into a decorative paper wreath and dress up your home for the festive season.
Don't spend a fortune on Christmas decorations when you can easily make your own - for very little cost.
Not sure how to wrap gifts? Be inspired by a few ideas to get your creative juiced flowing.
Recycle appetizer or grapetiser bottles for these decorative xmas trees that would make the perfect centrepiece for your Christmas table.
This festive season give though to handmade gifts that can be tailored precisely to the person you are buying for, allowing you to be both creative and innovative at the same time.
Eplore four ideas for home decoration that can be accomplished with DIY arts or crafts.