Mason jars have been popping out of canning cupboards and appearing in more unexpected places around the home for a while now. Whether you use them to create stylishly spooky decor for Halloween or get creative with decorative DIYs for the Winter holidays, it's clear they make an ideal canvas.
We should already prepare for winter holidays. Christmas is one of the best times for crochet lovers. There are so many Christmas projects that we want to try, however only few will be chosen. Today we are going to learn to crochet a beautiful Santa ornament. We are going to share with you multiple guidelines… Read More Crochet Santa Ornament
The perfect addition to any winter holiday party is a cheese board! Full of fruits, meats, cheeses, nuts, and olives, it is perfect for satisfying all your guests at the same time! Winter Holiday Party Cheese Board Appetizer Recipe | Take Two Tapas
DIY - Paper cut Winter Village. This winter village has a mountain scape in the background with little village houses, clock towers, light poles and trees in the front two layers. The cut also features a bridge and deer, a rabbit and fox.
There's no better time of year to embrace Scandinavian style than during the winter holidays, when the cold and snow can help your fantasy of living in a cozy chic Stockholm townhouse or Norwegian cottage feel just a bit more realistic. These 65 projects will fill your home with a high dose of hygge—an untranslatable Danish word that connotes coziness—and that ineffable Scandi something.
A fun Christmas STEM Challenge for the winter holidays! Students will design a zip line vehicle to save an elf from a high shelf. This hands-on activity is an engaging design challenge that allows students to work in teams, apply the engineering design process, and connect math topics to real-world applications.