Fillable baubles are super trendy this year and there are oodles of things you could pop inside them. If you’ve got your tree up and it’s looking a bit sparse, or you’ve still got presents to buy and have run out of ideas (That’s us) then maybe you should stick some stuff into some baubles too! You can pick up a stash from Hobbycraft or online. In our latest vid for Channel Mum we show you three ways you could fill them to make the perfect last minute gift – with hot chocolate, fuzzy felt and festive slime filled baubles!
Sound the jingle bells, it’s a month to go until Christmas. But it’s not just Santa who gets treats the night before the big day anymore, Christmas Eve boxes are a big trend this year – and it’s really easy to make your own.
Hobbycraft asked us to come up with a DIY version. Ours includes a personalised plate to leave goodies out for the big man, reindeer food, a hot chocolate kit and a few handmade clay decorations to brighten up the tree.
We’re totally in love with air dry and polymer clay and it seem the rest of the craft world is too at the moment with loads of amaaaaaaazing clay trends popping up all over the internet. We’ve put together our favourite DIYs for you to try this weekend. It was hard to just pick 6! Thse are our favourites from our and other blogs:
Smile it’s the weekend!! The final project of our week of half term makes is this cardboard camera. It only uses a few household materials and is a nice way to recycle bottle tops. For our full tutorial make your way over to the Hobbycraft Blog!
~ Laura & Tia xx ~
Hobbycraft asked us to create a Christmas Stocking for a pet, so we used our trusty potato printing skills to make this stamped stocking with an appliquéd name and Christmas tree tag. Stamping is super easy and a lovely project to do with kids. If you don’t have a pet, you can change the design to make a handmade gift for another family member. Simply cut basic shapes into potatoes (such as baubles, stars or triangles to make into Christmas trees) and stamp on your design using fabric or acrylic paints. For see our full tutorial visit the Hobbycraft site. They’ve got so many lovely Christmas craft DIYs to try!
There’s still time for your little ones to show how much your they love their dads with a homemade Father’s Day card. These four quick cards are all really easy for children to make with a few basic craft supplies. Visit Hobbycraft for the full tutorial, where you can also find our tutorial to make a clay tablet stand for the gadget-loving dad (homemade card AND present?! Lucky daddy!).