One tradition I have always taken great pride in is hand-making Christmas gifts and favours for my family. From clay tags to a jar of honey cinnamon butter (which is still highly requested by my family), thoughtfully crafting a gift and passing it to a loved one is the best feeling in the world!
Since “J’ and I will be hosting Christmas dinner with my family on Boxing Day, I wanted to create something that would serve two purposes; a placeholder & a favour. This Christmas bulb does just that! The plastic fillable bulb makes this project highly customizable. You can fill the bulb with almost anything – toys, candy, greenery; making it a truly unique little take-home for your guests.
I think what I love most about this project is it doesn’t take a lot of time to pull them together – one afternoon spent crafting is all you need. Another added bonus is that each bulb costs about $2.50 to make (depending on what goodies you put inside), so it’s relatively inexpensive. Here’s what you will need to make your own:
- Fillable Plastic Bulbs
- Pinecone Pick
- Red Berry Garland
- DecoArt Snow-Tex Paint
- Gift Tags + Glitter Tape
The 12 Posts of Christmas
Holiday Projects for $24 or Less
A few bloggers (myself included!) were so excited about the upcoming holidays we decided to put together a little DIY blog tour. For the next 12 days, the great blogs listed below will be sharing fabulous Christmas posts – and every project costs less than $24! Visit all the links below to discover amazingly crafty Christmas ideas!
1st Day // DIY Passion
2nd Day // Little Red Brick House
3rd Day // Fynes Designs
4th Day // My Daily Randomness (that’s me!)
5th Day // Houseologie
6th Day // The DIYDiary
7th Day // The Bold Abode
8th Day // Canary Street Crafts
9th Day // Here Nor There
10th Day // Making it in the Mountains
11th Day // Elizabeth Joan Designs
12th Day // Maddex Musings
Happy Christmas Crafting Everyone!