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Make your own wrapping paper
The first quick DIY (extremely useful in these days) are all about wrapping paper! Why buying some, when you can make some? And possibly with a sustainable mindset?
Here you go: 3 great ideas you can try out at home to make an original, unique wrap this year!
⭐️ 1. Hand painted mailbox paper by @artbarblog
⭐️ 2. Crossword paper by @frischverliebt
So you have the wrapping paper, and now you can make cute bows!
With the same intention of making this Christmas greener, the bows suggested are recycled. ♻️
⭐️ 1. Magazine bow by @populardesignshandmade
⭐️ 2. Fabric bow by @real_ta_daan
Organic Christmas decorations
If you are for natural beauty, you should check out these 3 ideas.
Use them to embellish your gifts, or hang them in your house
⭐️ 1. Botanical Salt Dough Ornaments by compost and canvas
⭐️ 2. Pine gift wrapping by @real_ta_daan
Quick crochet decorations
2 easy projects that require very little yarn: finally you can use up that leftover yarn!
⭐️ 1. Star garlands by @real_ta_daan
⭐️ 2. Crochet ornaments by @_wavelenghts and @real_ta_daan
New Year’s Eve decoration
Maybe you aren’t such a latecomer and you like to organize, you can then jump onto DIY projects for Ne Year’s eve celebration! This is a bright idea to reuse those Christmas garlands and festoons. You’ll need little material and little time to prepare these shiny sparklers.
⭐️ Sparklers by Kaley Diaz
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