Paper Quilling is the craft of coiling strips of paper and glueing to make simple or intricate shapes and designs. Using these shapes, you can make very beautiful masterpieces. So, I used this technique to make recycled Christmas tree ornaments without spending any cent. Using old papers and the stuffs you can find at home, you can make some awesome paper quilled Christmas tree ornaments.
Christmas is around the corner and some of us are having troubles on what to use to decorate a Christmas tree at home. For those of us who are environmentally-friendly and want to avoid buying expensive artificial Christmas tree, this Christmas tree from fallen branches is perfect to have one. We should keep in our mind that all store-bought Christmas ornaments should be recycable for future use!
Do you know that you can make an elegant Christmas Tree from an old plant protector from your garden? After the changes of season, we also change the plants and decorations in our garden or backyard and we oftentimes discard the old plant protectors. But you can still use those to make decorations for Christmas. I will teach you how. :)
Christmas decorating doesn't have to be expensive. You can reinvent and reuse your old Christmas ornaments to make NEW decorations. All you need is to use your creativity and imagination. That is why I am going to make a festive Poinsettia wreath out of my Mom's old Poinsettia Christmas tree ornaments by rearranging it and putting some details. She'd been using these for almost 6 years with the same style and with the same purpose. Now, let us rediscover its use and let us make it NEW.
This is a great way to recycle your toilet paper tubes by making poinsettia wall decor out of them. This is a great idea for this Holiday Season. Why not spend less on your decorations and use what you already have inside your house. Set aside your money and give more on the less fortunate people that need help from us. By this, you have a quality decoration and at the same time you help others and also our environment. This is the true essence of Christmas. :)
Recycling items and making them into a beautiful centerpieces makes a dual purpose. First is that we can help to save our environment and second is that we can save our money. Centerpieces are used as style statements in the table and sets mood to our dinner parties or any occasions. That is why I made a centerpiece for Christmas made from materials we can find around the house.
I am preparing for my costume for Halloween but I don't want to spend to much money on it. I need to make fake bloody wounds and tears. Instead of buying expensive prosthetic, I made some out of materials that I can find inside my house. Using tissue papers and other household stuffs, I did a fake stitched skin.
"It's easy to create beautiful projects out of the things you see around your house. Just be creative." -Noks Sosa
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