Source: Girl Hula
Source: Sunday In Bed
The only type of hunting that is
acceptable to me is bargain
hunting. (Yes, I'm a hypocritical
Great use of an old frame that
might have seen better days -
and I might never look at a
gourd and a tube sock the
same way again!
Source: Komma Hem
Source: Cottage and Vine
Possibly one of the easiest Christmas craft ideas ever. Fringe a piece of old burlap and, using a stencil, spray paint a holiday message. Not only is this a clever place mat idea, you could also use these burlap creations to wrap wine bottles or other gifts.
Source: Belgian Pearls
Charming use of an antique milk bottle carrier and clay pots.
Silhouette refers to the very old art form of making an outlined portrait. Prior to the invention of photography, making a person's profile was one of the few ways of capturing their image.
The term silhouette refers to Étienne de Silhouette, a French finance minister who, in 1759, imposed severe economic restrictions during the Seven Years War. Due to de Silhouette's harsh measures, he became synonymous with things made cheaply and, at that time, a silhouette was the cheapest way to capture a person's image.
Source: Nest of Posies
Silhouettes have made a comeback in a big way. Regular
photos of your child's profile can be used as a template to
cut out the black image. Framed and hung on the tree,
they add a personal touch to your holiday decor.
Christmas Craft Award of the Day:
The Twig Wreath
Source: My Many Moments
Making this rustic wreath is about as simple as 1-2-3.
You probably already have all of the 'ingredients' you
need for this Christmas craft recipe: glue gun, cereal box,
twine, and old twigs. So very fleaChic - let's go pick up sticks!