Gingerbread houses have been a staple of the Christmas season for who knows how long...the internet maybe? Rather than buying a simple store-bought gingerbread house kit, we decided to build our own for Family Fun Night: youtu.be/D7rdZfAIpGk
Hey! I've just created a really easy and simple candy cane eyeliner tutorial. It's so nice for a Christmas party or over this holidays and doesn't take long either! youtu.be/KxQOZKgpm1I
Hello everyone! If you're looking for a makeup look that's a little different here's one you could try out over the holidays. It's so simple to create and it doesn't take long either! I hope you enjoy!
Hello everyone! I am new here but I just wanted to share this really easy and simple autumnal diy wreath. Easy autumn diy wreath
How to Make A Macrame Snowflakes. Nice gift or decoration for Christmas and New Year's Eve.
How to make an Angel using cotton rope! Create a cute angel as a lovely gift for Christmas Eve. Beginners or kids can make this angel easily. This cute macrame Angel can be a perfect accessory or a nice gift for anyone! Use this Angel as a delicate ornament for Christmas tree or decoration for your room.
These adorable Christmas cupcakes are so easy to make. You can share the joy by making them with your kids. However, if you think Santa may not be in a mood for cupcakes this Christmas, why not use these fondant toppers on cookies ! :)
My Christmas decorations were looking pretty pathetic so I tried covering some of them in glitter in a last ditch effort to make them look decent before they headed to the trash. I used craft glue spray and fine glitter I got from Walmart. It took 1 container of glitter to do 3 large poinsettias and the snowflake. I think the glitter cost maybe $1.50 and the spray glue was around $5. I'm going back for more ;P I think I'm going to put some on my pine needle wreath. Anyway, after covering in g...
Todays project is all about the sentiment, and using a repeat stamp methods to show off the greeting from Anna Griffin's fabulous Gift Wrap Stamp set, making the card unique. Together with a few other embellishments, this card is a great creation.
Generally, cake is baked in an oven or cooker, but for this Christmas cake, we are going to make it in a bagona (or bhagona)—without any eggs. It is very easy to make. This eggless cake recipe is by Mrs. Uma Verma. The whole recipe is based on basic items easily accessible at home. You can call this recipe an eggless cake without condensed milk, eggless cake without an oven, eggless cake without a cooker, and many more.