I am back with a new collection of home decor that you can make from simple objects.. These decor ideas are not only for the holiday season, they can be hanged to make the house cozy and stylish the whole winter season. Enjoy and share with friends!
Create your own wrapping paper by making impressions on a large sheet of paper with a square rubber stamp. For a uniform pattern, stamp the sheet of paper repeatedly with the same stamp, leaving a small space between each impression. Or, stamp just the center of a piece of wrapping paper. A stamp rolling pin also makes an attractive pattern. Here, we applied several different colors to a sheet of white paper to create a muted design.Stamped Shopping Bag Gift Wrap
Repurpose shopping bags into festive gift wrap. Cut an open paper shopping bag along one fold and scissor out the bottom of the bag. Wrap your gift in the paper. Dip one end of a wine cork into ink or a dark fruit juice and begin stamping patterns.
You can give a new life to empty potato-chip bags and dress up your gifts in them with this quick idea. Cut open a potato-chip bag along its seam to reveal the shiny white or silver inside of the bag. Flatten the bag, wash it with soap and water, and air dry. Then wrap your present and adorn it with ribbons and homemade cards.
Add a blooming touch to wrapped gifts by topping them with nesting pastel papers in different sizes.
If you have a lot of gifts to give this year, assign each family member a different color paper, and you won't even need gift tags. This is a fun way for everyone to identify his or her presents.
Choose a Palette
If you don't have enough material to color-code, try choosing a palette to unify the gifts you wrap -- then vary the materials; everything you give will have your signature for the season.
Use Decorative Tape
Forget ribbon: This decorative tape gets the job done just fine. Made in Japan using traditional washi paper, the 50-foot rolls come in two widths and 125 cheerful colors and graphic patterns that transform any solid wrapping paper into something special.
You can make gifts look elegant without fancy ribbons or costly trimmings by simply using extra bits of paper.
Kraft Paper Gift Wrap
For oddly shaped gifts and those that need sturdy wrapping, make it all about the trimmings. Use kraft paper for an attractive yet supportive covering. Once wrapped, add special trimmings and gift tags to your package.
First happy last Monday in Novamber. And here comes nother home and garden article:
White is beautiful, classy, elegant, fresh, clean and pure. White never make anything ugly so you can go brave with white whether it's for you or for your home. I know that some people think that white is hard to handle but only in some furnture cases and that depends on how you handle your stuff, r if you have children. So here I collected these lovely white simple decorations for the home that I myself planing to make and already made some of them from random things I collect from the forest like twigs, some jars, candles ect..