What you will need: *One yard of Burlap *One yard of Unfinished Cloth *One yard of Lace *Hot Glue Gun What you will do *Click the question mark for a video on how to cut a tree skirt. *Once your tree skirt is cut and ready, you then cut your unfinished cloth into 8″ wide strips and start gluing your strips around the edges of the burlap, pinching the tops of the unfinished cloth and turning it over every 3 inches to make your ruffles. *Add lace or trim around the top of the ruffles and you have a…
I love getting Christmas cards, but I never have been able to figure out how to display them all. I have this little wall that you see at the end of the entry way when you walk into my home, and I usually try to attach them there. I finally got the idea to make a French memo board. It’s attractive and allows you to stuff lots of cards in with relative ease. Plus, no permanent damage need be done to your wall. This project is quite easy if you have a staple gun.
Why go traditional with your Christmas decor? Have a little fun with your mantel in two ways: A funny, elf-shoe shape and bold, funky fabric. I’ve chosen some fun red, chartreuse and white fabrics in bold patterns and found the perfect tutorial to guide you through this easy project.
Go look at your Christmas tree skirt. How bad is it? Is it made of white flannel with some goofy Santa picture printed on it? All right then, it’s time to get fancy with your under-tree decor. Making your own Christmas tree skirt is easy. If you have a sewing machine and can sew a basic straight line, you can do this. Really!