This video shows you how to make your own home made Christmas reindeer decorations. You need some floral fabric, scissors, a few feathers, and some artificial eyes. Draw a reindeer template on some cardboard, using a cookie cutter if you wish, and cut it out. Paint some glue thinly on the reindeer shape. Lay the fabric on the glue and spread it out with your hands. You can use anything for this, even wrapping paper. This crafty look is very fashionable at the moment. Attach the plastic eyes a...
Photo ornaments use a combination of applique fabric and stitches to create a great frame for pictures. This project is fast, fun, and made entirely in the embroidery hoop! This instructional embroidery video will take you through all the necessary steps - Soon you will be embroidering all of your Christmas ornaments!
General Electric isn't known for their Christmas lights, but maybe they should be, because their GE Color Effects are pretty awesome. Especially the LED Color Effects G-35 String sets. And especially when someone named Darco hacks them.
This origami video shows how to make a simple dove-like bird. I then go on to show you how to turn it into a hanging decoration. This would be great as a Christmas tree ornament or some other holiday decoration to represent peace. This simple project is a great holiday craft. All you need is paper, your hands, and origami skills! Voila! A custom holiday decoration.
Holidays can be challenging, especially around Christmastime—but not if you invoke your inner MacGyver spirit. In my latest "life hacks" guide, I show you 10 amazing tips and tricks that'll hopefully make your holiday season a little more merry.
Want to be more like Carson Williams this Christmas? Well, that means having a highly decorated house, full of Christmas lights and other holiday decorations, but that's not all... having your Christmas lights synchronized with your favorite holiday jingle or Yuletide tune is the key.
Sally the ragdoll from The Nightmare Before Christmas was a fragile, excellently realized character, and makes a fantastic Halloween costume (especially when paired with a Jack Skellington). In this video you'll learn how to do perfect, and we mean perfect, makeup for a Sally costume using only basic storebought products.
It's time for the holidays, and you're full of Christmas cheer, all ready to make some homemade decorations. Well, get out your modeling sugar and check out these two video tutorials on how to make a snowman and Christmas tree with modeling sugar paste.
Is your Christmas tree looking a little too "I got everything from Target" generic? Then it's time you learn some decorating tips from interior designer Rebecca Robeson.
The days leading up to Christmas are arguably the most exciting days of the year, as they're filled with Christmas present shopping, baking Christmas cookies, and decorating ye olde Christmas tree and the house. Start a new tradition this year by counting down to Christmas with an advent calender.
Now that Thanksgiving is less than a week away, the holiday season is in full swing. And that means you're probably busier than ever, what with all the decorating, cookie baking, and present buying and wrapping.
Christmas is The holiday of the year for many bakers, as the festive occasion offers more than enough excuses to bring out their best cookies, cakes, cupcakes, and yummy desserts. All red and green and Christmas-themed, of course. Christmas allows those creative juices to flow, but offers up very specific icons to work with.
Of all of the different Christmas decorations, the Christmas wreath is one of the most well-known and inviting. While you can find many different Christmas wreaths available online, there's something special about knowing that you made your own, and if you want to make an event out of it, you can throw a Christmas wreath-making party, but before you start pouring the hot chocolate and turning up the holiday music, you need to know how to make a Christmas wreath.
Christmas just wouldn't be Christmas without the spicy, warm aromatic smell of cookies and gingerbread-scented cupcakes baking in the oven. Along with the scent of pine needles on your Christmas tree and freshly fallen snow, festive baked goods instantly propel our senses into the season and remind us of fond childhood memories.
Kids and former kids all grew up dreaming about perfect Christmases filled with snow, toys, and of course, Christmas cookies and treats! Christmas is not Christmas without a sprinkling of holiday goodies like cookies, candies, and pastries.
Handmade Christmas decorations make a great family activity. Learn how to make popcorn Christmas garland to hang on the Christmas tree in this free holiday craft video.
Learn how to clean up after Christmas and pack away Christmas decorations in this free home organization video series.
What's the perfect Christmas drink for this holiday season... a candy cane martini. This festive winter drink is perfect for all of your holiday parties, even if it's Christmas in July that you're celebrating, or even Hanukkah. Watch as Art of the Drink's Anthony Caporale as he teaches you how to make this Candy Cane Christmas Martini.
There is perhaps no better a Christmas novelty (and spur-of-the-moment purchase at drugstores during the holidays) than Christmas baby booties. Bright and cuddly, they're both comfy and stylish, and keep little toes warm during Christmas celebrations.
Don’t throw out those beautiful holiday cards you received! Recycle them into something useful. You will need:
Learn how to set the table for Christmas dinner in this free series of holiday etiquette videos from our catering expert.
Learn how to make a gold angel for the top of your Christmas tree in this free holiday crafts video from a Christmas ornaments expert.
Get tips and advice on how to find Christmas gifts for your co-workers in this free video series on Christmas presents.
Learn how to make henna design Christmas ornaments and decorations from an expert in this free holiday crafts video series.
Learn how to make fabric Christmas decorations and ornaments to decorate your Christmas tree, with expert craft tips in this free holiday video series.
Wondering what to give your sister for Christmas? Learn tips on great gift ideas that will make your sister happy in this free video series on gift giving.
Oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree...how beautiful would a Christmas tree be, though, without any ornaments? If you've finally hit the tree lot and picked out the perfect grand fir, make sure it shines bright by decorating it with several of these intricate lacy snowflake decorations.
If it's the holiday season and you're filled with the Christmas spirit, this video tutorial may be for you. If you're trying every way possible to cover your entire body with Christmas related things, this video will show you how to make better use of your nails. Check out the video to find out how to draw a cool looking Christmas tree on your fingernails. Tis the season right? Enjoy!
Watch this piano tutorial video to learn how to play the Christmas classic "Christmas Time is Here" by Vince Guaraldi on piano. This helpful how-to video contains detailed instructions that are great for beginner pianists who have some knowledge of music theory. You'll be playing "Christmas Time is Here" as well as Vince Guaraldi himself in no time.
Your living room doesn't have to be the only place to put a Christmas tree this holiday season. In fact, you can adorn just about anything with a Christmas tree, from embroidery projects to stockings to even cupcakes.
Looking to make this Christmas a DIY Christmas? Why not make your own Christmas tree skirt, customized to fit your personality and home decor! Nothing says it’s Christmas like a beautiful Christmas tree. Now you can decorate the area below with a handmade Christmas tree skirt that you can be proud of.
Almost Christmas... so time to make this 3-D origami Christmas star! If you still can't make the origami Christmas star after watching this video you'd better focus on completing about 1000 cranes first... With origami, practice makes perfect.Merry Christmas to all you origami lovers!
Before your guests enter the front door to your Christmas party and before they witness the beautiful swags of garland, lights, and the Christmas tree, the first thing they're going to see is your wreath.
There's no better symbol for Christmas than the evergreen Christmas tree. A symbol of the preserverance of life and light during the dark and short winter days when everything else is dead, the tree is a beacon of hope.
When it comes to Christmas gifts, stuff that comes from the heart and is handmade is nice, but often times we really DO want that new iPad.
Christmas cards are wonderful and beautiful to display around the house during the holiday season, but what happens after Christmas and the New Year has passed? Most of us either stuff them in a drawer somewhere or simply throw them away.
Get into the Christmas spirit this holiday season by crafting! But don't worry - we're not talking about super complex and time-consuming crafts like crochet scarves or those fugly Christmas sweaters your grandma used to knit for you.
Christmas is more than just Santa and presents under the tree— it's a time for family, festivities, love and more importantly— Christmas songs! And the quintessential Christmas song during the wintertime is none other than the "12 Days of Christmas".
Most of us have family who live far away in different states or even different countries. While we'd love to have all our family with us on Christmas, it's much more likely that we'll be giving them a call on Christmas and mailing them some gifts.
Roxy and Sarah take a trip to the craft supply store, and pick up material to make inexpensive Christmas presents at home. Kids can learn how to make a decorated cocoa jar to give to teachers, coaches, or neighbors. All you need is a glass jar, hot chocolate mix, marshmallows, and whatever Christmas decorations you want. Watch this video crafting tutorial and learn how to do this fun kid-friendly activity of decorating cocoa jars as a Christmas gift.