Here you will find links to all of my Christmas DIY posts wrapped up into one post for easier access. Enjoy this Christmas DIY wrap up!
I cannot believe that Christmas is already here! 2019 has really flown by, but I’m looking forward to what 2020 will bring for all of us.
Our goal as a family for 2020 is to continue with our home renovation so that we can sell our home and buy a new one. I look forward to the renovation and all the surprises it brings us. We’ve put it on hold for the holidays and I’m excited to get back to work! And I’m excited to share it all with you!
A personal goal that I have for my blog for 2020 is to keep sharing DIY’s throughout the year every Wednesday, join more challenges and link parties, and share more frugal living tips with you all. I’m excited about what’s to come for my blog! Since it has become my full-time job I want to take it to the next level. We’ll see what happens there.
I also plan to continue working on my online shop and adding more items that I have been working on this year.
I’m taking the rest of the week off so that I can bake all the cookies, fix sides for Christmas dinner, help my parents move into their new home, and spend time with my family. I wanted to wish you all a very Merry Christmas! I hope you have a blessed time with your family and friends this holiday season!
While I am on break I thought I would put together a list of Christmas DIY posts for you to enjoy. This gives you easier access to all my Christmas DIY’s so make sure you pin this post so you can remember these for next year!
Christmas DIY Wrap Up
Paint swirl ornaments only require a few materials – paint and clear Christmas ornaments. They are easy to make and fun for the kids, too!
Cute Christmas ornaments made from mason jar lids. Very easy to make!
Four beautiful primitive Christmas DIY ideas using jute string and fabric scraps. Use up your fabric scraps to make these frugal yet adorable DIY’s for Christmas.
Two very quick and easy Christmas DIY’s to make when you’re in a hurry. These DIY’s use items from Dollar Tree to make a gorgeous Christmas wreath and a beautiful Christmas swag.
A beautiful Christmas swag made from 2 mini Christmas trees purchased at Dollar Tree! At the end of the post you’ll find more great ideas using mini Christmas trees.
Farmhouse Christmas jars or vases made from glass milk bottles purchased from Dollar Tree. These would be great to leave out all year!
Amazing list of gift basket ideas that you can make for under $20! These do not need to be limited to Christmas, either. They are great for birthdays, house warming, and baby showers, too.