Use Indian Ink and Christmas stamps to create a colorful gift tag to top off any package. You could also use these tags as place settings at your Christmas table.
Acrylics and scrapbook paper make this Santa come to life. You can give all your friends some great gifts in this Santa gift bag. You can make it in five easy steps, so start crafting.
Use epsom salts to create bath "snowballs" with your favorite essential oil. These snowballs make clever, low-cost holiday gifts.
These die-cut candy cups are a snap to create and assemble. Die-cut snowflakes add wonderful embellishment for holiday party favors or decoration.
Add sparkly blue crystals in the shape of a snowman to a plain white mug. This simple craft makes a great holiday gift or decoration all winter long.
This gift tag uses a snowman stamp with a bit of edge, creating an almost ironic gift tag which many will appreciate. Give this tag to teenagers and those who avoid traditional Christmas festivity.
Create a snowy gift bag to give all your gifts in. Acrylics, scrapbooking materials and ribbon make this look pretty. Add a little boa feathers and you have yourself a great gift bag.
This holiday season you should create your own DIY gifts. Christmas crafts are always such a joy to make. Using stencils and sealers you can make a great photo frame.
Dress Teddy for the holidays too! This free knit sweater pattern is a way great to adorn a teddy bear to give as a gift for Christmas.
Decorate three keepsake boxes with bright glazes and add a bit of sparkle with crystals and glitter. These make wonderful holiday gifts or gift boxes, or work well as twinkling home accents. Store your rings in one of these boxes or display on your work d