Hello everyone! Today I thought I would show you how I am wrapping my gifts this year. I love reading about and watching videos of others wrapping gifts because I love how it inspires me.
To put things bluntly, my Christmas tag situation this year has been a bit of a disaster. I usually make my own tags because, if you know me via my blog or YouTube Channel, you will know I am a little creative. I like to make things and at Christmas, I love making tags.
Christmas, Christmas everywhere and with it, many arts and crafts. Whilst I scrolled through Pinterest looking for creative ideas for Christmas I stumbled across an image. The title and picture immediately suckered me in.
In my family, with Christmas comes the inevitable question ‘What would you like for Christmas this year?’ My least favourite part of Christmas is trying to figure out what I would like. The same applies to others and so this year I thought it might be nice to try something a bit different.
If you saw any of my daily vlogs back in September, you may know that there were several babies entering the world around me. Attending baby showers was a regular thing that month. A little while later and these babies have started to arrive. One, in particular, has been born to a very good friend of mine and I have been wracking my brains as to what to buy as a celebratory gift. Here is the little story surrounding the situation:
With autumn very much underway and Halloween now over, what better way to use up those pumpkins (or pick up some cheapies) than to pop some flowers in the top! This DIY Pumpkin Flower Arrangement tutorial creates a beautiful autumnal decoration for your home, which will last longer by utilising this method. You can, of course, use any type of flowers or foliage so get creative and design your own.
I mentioned in a recent vlog that I like to make cards. I make all sorts; birthday cards, baby cards, good luck cards, Christmas cards and anniversary cards. Mostly it seems I end up making birthday cards because everyone has a birthday and many of us celebrate the day.