Christmas DIY Link Party

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Tis the season for crafting and baking and gifting and making!  With all of this Christmas DIY, there is a huge amount of creativity to be shared.  I would love to see your Christmas crafts, holiday decorating, yummy recipes, gift wrapping ideas, homemade gifts, and anything else for the do it yourself-er for this holiday season.

Feel free to link up as many holiday projects as you wish to make this an awesome party!  I will be featuring at least one project a week from now until Christmas, which means that this party stays open from now through Christmas.

To get the most out of this party, there are a few little guidelines to make note of:

  1. So that we get to your awesome project easily, make sure that you link up directly to the post link and not your blog home page.
  2. Please only link up projects relating to Christmas.  Any other projects will have to be deleted so that I can keep this a true Christmas DIY party.
  3. You must link back to this party post.  Use the exact party link in your browser.
  4. That’s all!!!  Wasn’t so bad was it?

Here are a few of my favorite projects that were shared last year:

burlap and twine trees tutorial

I love how easy these burlap and twine trees are to make and how warm and chic they look adorning a shelf or mantel.

rustic gift wrap
Rustic gift wrap by Design, Dining and Diapers.

I’m always looking for unique ideas in gift wrapping because half of the fun in giving gifts is in how the package is presented.   I love this use of postal paper, which I like to do myself, and the dollar store embellishments.

Yarn covered ornaments by Southern Lovely.

Finally, these yarn covered ornaments are such a fantastic idea for adding fun colors and texture.  I have some old ornaments that could definitely use a makeover with some yarn!

Now it is your turn to share what you’ve been working on.  Go ahead and start linking!

02/20/17 Update: The links to this party have been closed.

I'm addicted to crafting and decorating my downtown urban loft and up north rustic cabin. Read more about me.

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