Over 15 Christmas Gibson Girl hairstyles & DIY Christmas hair accessories from the Edwardian era!
Gibson Girl hairstyles are in again! Gibson Girls were the it girls of the late Victorian and Edwardian era. The fashionable hairstyle of the Gibson Girl was the pompadour hairstyle. For Christmas parties, Gibson Girls wore elaborate pompadour hairstyles decorated with DIY hair accessories: From gilded leaf wreaths to hoar frost flower hair accessories, all these DIY Christmas hair accessories are easy to make at home. You’ll surely find some to your liking for your Christmas time outfit. Continue reading 15 Christmas Gibson Girl Hairstyles & Holiday Hair Accessories→
6 ways to make ice lanterns. Ice lanterns look so beautiful and are so easy to make: a fun winter craft! Learn how to make ice lanterns the easy way!
I make ice lanterns every winter when it’s cold enough. Over the years I tried different techniques to make ice lanterns. These are my six favorite ways to make luminaries out of ice. Continue reading 6 Ways To Make Ice Lanterns→
If you accidentally broke a bauble while undecorating the Christmas tree, don’t be sad! Because you can turn trash into treasure: Make DIY German glass glitter from scratch with broken ornaments! So when life gives you lemons … um, broken glass, make glass glitter! Continue reading DIY German Glass Glitter From Scratch→
DIY felt Christmas ornaments are perfect for a toddler- and pet-friendly Christmas tree. And these cute felt snowflake ornaments are fast and easy to make with a scrap piece of felt or felted wool fabric. I used gray wool felt from my stash for the DIY felt snowflake ornaments but you can also use felt in other colors. Continue reading Felt Snowflake Ornaments→
The Victorian Christmas tree was decorated with edible Christmas tree decorations such as fruits, nuts, homemade Christmas candy and cookies but also with DIY Christmas ornaments.
In the Victorian era, Christmas trees were usually decorated with real fruits and nuts. Fruits, like apples and oranges, as well as nuts, such as walnuts and acorns, were either used in their natural state or gilded with gold paint or imitation gold leaf before hanging on the Victorian Christmas tree. Continue reading 20 DIY Victorian Christmas Tree Ornaments→
These felt Christmas ornaments are inspired by gingerbread cookies. Aren’t they cute? However, these DIY felt gingerbread ornaments take longer to make than other felt Christmas ornaments I made in the past. But they are so worth the time, don’t you think? 🙂 Continue reading DIY Felt Gingerbread Ornaments→
The traditional colors for Victorian Christmas gift wrapping were white and red: either white paper with red ribbon, or red paper with Christmas ribbons. But the Victorians also knew fun ways to wrap small gifts or give money as a gift: Victorian Christmas gifts were disguised as faux snowballs, Christmas crackers or even sausages! Continue reading 10 Victorian Christmas Gift Wrapping Ideas→
Make edible Christmas ornaments this year! These 4 homemade sugar Christmas ornaments are so pretty and incredibly easy to make! DIY candy Christmas decorations are easy last-minute Christmas DIY crafts for kids.
Sugar ornaments are traditional Christmas tree ornaments. One of the following sugar ornament recipes was even published 280 years ago in 1741!
Make traditional Victorian Christmas ornaments with paper this Christmas! Homemade paper ornaments are a budget-friendly and easy Christmas craft project that you can make with your kids! Read on to find out how to make paper Christmas tree decorations.