Diy christmas pallet ideas

It reminded me of a mini version of this one that we made at my live event.

Diy christmas pallet ideas

So numerous people loved this, so I thought it would be perfect to do a smaller version of it. You can read every about my live event here! This is the one we did there in the bigger version.

I did discover this bigger one for yall on consumer crafts, but it keeps going in and out of stock- so not certain if it is available or not.

Here is what you will need for this DIY wood Christmas tree:

  •  Mod Podge
  •  One piece of your favorite scrapbook paper
  •  2 colors of paint (White plus whatever you desire to use as your base to fit your colors)
  • Wood Tree from Hobby Lobby Christmas craft section
  •  Furniture buttons (these are also from hobby lobby in the woodpile section)
  •  Glue Gun
  •  Paint brushes
  • Wooden snowflake or star for the top.

I simply traced out the scrapbook paper on the pieces I knew I wanted use them on and cut them out.

I painted my entire tree black (including the sides).

Once it was dry I put mod podge on the areas where I wanted to put my scrapbook paper and stuck it on there. Super easy!

Then I did a dry brush technique with the white over the black. You can see exactly how I did that here on this fb live!

After that I took my boiling glue gun and attached the furniture buttons randomly throughout.

Diy christmas pallet ideas

I also attached the little wood snowflake to the top that I had painted white.

Didnt this DIY wood Christmas tree turn out soooooo cute?! I just love it and ponder it looks so excellent with my large one from my event too!

Diy christmas pallet ideas

I paired it with a little fabric tree I got from a local store, Mercantile and they glance love a little family now!

Who is going to make their own little family this year?!

Until next time..

Stacey

I simply traced out the scrapbook paper on the pieces I knew I wanted use them on and cut them out.

I painted my entire tree black (including the sides). Once it was dry I put mod podge on the areas where I wanted to put my scrapbook paper and stuck it on there. Super easy!

Then I did a dry brush technique with the white over the black.

You can see exactly how I did that here on this fb live!

After that I took my boiling glue gun and attached the furniture buttons randomly throughout. I also attached the little wood snowflake to the top that I had painted white.

Didnt this DIY wood Christmas tree turn out soooooo cute?! I just love it and ponder it looks so excellent with my large one from my event too! I paired it with a little fabric tree I got from a local store, Mercantile and they glance love a little family now!

Who is going to make their own little family this year?!

Until next time..

Stacey


How to Promote Your Handmade Holiday Business

Don’t forget to take plenty of photos of your adorable festive creations.

Diy christmas pallet ideas

Post them on Instagram and other social channels to promote your handmade craft trade to the max.

Then send the items to your customer via US Postal Service, UPS or Federal Express. And make certain you add a trade card in the package. This markets your trade. And it takes advantage of what has to be the busiest times of year for craft makers.

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When you ponder of homemade Christmas ornaments, there’s a excellent chance that you instantly picture the macaroni ornaments your kid made you in elementary school.

Diy christmas pallet ideas

While they may be full of heart and holiday cheer, those homespun holiday creations aren’t exactly the most beautiful, picture-worthy ornaments on your Christmas tree. This list of DIY Christmas ornaments, on the other hand, is loaded with ideas that are sentimental and customizable, which means you’ll proudly hang these finds on your tree year after year. While these Christmas craft ideas range in skill level and price point, most of them are affordable and made with things you own around the home, including kitchen twine, yarn, and rogue pine needles.

Mix these easy-to-make ornaments with your go-to store-bought finds (including Mom’s beloved vintage finds!) for a perfectly trimmed Christmas tree. And don’t worry, this list is full of the holiday favorites that you know and love including angels, Santa hats, and every things red, white, and green. Looks love it’ll be a extremely crafty Christmas indeed.

Today we wanted to focus on the letter S so we made it into a snowman craft! It is beautiful simple for preschoolers or Kindergartners to make as endless as they get some guidance. This is a grand alphabet art project for winter or Christmas time.

Materials Needed:

Print or free-draw the letter S and cut it out on white card stock paper.

Cut out every the snowmans parts: face, nose, eyes, buttons, cap, etc. and glue them on. Add some brown twigs for arms and youve got yourself a cute snowman.

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Before you know it, it’s time to put up the Christmas tree again! And although your tree itself (no to mention every those DIY ornaments and holiday decorations on it!) is a work of art—if you may tell so yourself!—Christmas tree stands are often, well, helpful of boring.

If you’re tired of the same ancient metal or plastic stand you’ve been using for years, we’ve got some ideas to beautiful things up. Tree skirts are fine, but with a few basic supplies, you can make your own DIY Christmas tree stand cover.

Diy christmas pallet ideas

You can put the finishing touches on both live or artificial trees with tree «collars» that slip around your existing stand, or tree boxes, which camouflage the stand and also may provide support. Just be certain to measure your existing tree stand at its widest points so you can ensure that whichever cover you build will accommodate your stand’s shape. If you’re going to the trouble of making Christmas cookies, why not make a tree stand too?

But if you’re not feeling the crafting bug this Christmas, we’ve included a few tree stand covers you can purchase correct now to dress your tree elegantly from top to bottom.

After every, decorating your tree but ignoring how the tree stand looks is love dressing up in a ball gown and then putting on ancient sneakers! Here are a few of the best Christmas tree stand ideas and covers out there to provide the finishing touch to any holiday display.

Diy christmas pallet ideas

Its time for every the enjoyment Christmas DIY projects! I love a excellent DIY any time of year, but Christmas makes it even more fun!

This simple DIY Pallet tree is so adorable and can be customized to your exact style and taste! You will desire to make an entire forest of them!


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