If you’re like me, I’m starting to think about getting my place ready for the holidays. There’s so much to do before now and then I thought I’d get a bit of a head start with a few ideas. I’m inspired by a few of the DIYs I’ve been seeing popping up online and thought you might too. Click below for 10 pretty ones I’ve come across recently.
Copper Leaf Gourds DIY 1 of 10Create an inexpensive Thanksgiving centerpiece by applying copper leaf to a fall gourd.
Get the tutorial on marthastewart.com
Apple Votives 2 of 10Super easy and equally impressive, this is a perfect way to welcome guests for a harvest dinner.
<a href="http://www.designmom.com/2012/09/apple-votive-diy/" target="_blank"Get the tutorial on designmom.com
Chalkboard Christmas Tree 3 of 10If you happen to already have a chalkboard handy, this chalkboard Christmas Tree idea is a fun way to add a bit of festive to the home!
Get the tutorial on CB2
Star for Your Home DIY 4 of 10A fun idea using found wood and a string of lights.
Get the tutorial on vosgesparis.blogspot.com
Decorate a Door 5 of 10Create a magical effect by dangling strings of lights and garlands to a door.
Get the tutorial on decoratrix.com
Thyme-adorned Tealights 6 of 10A simple and pretty way to light up a table. Add sprigs of thyme with the help of string to votive.
See more photos on xeniya-amber.livejournal.com
Toothpick Washi-Tap Stars 7 of 10Holiday stars made out of toothpicks and masking tape.
Get the tutorial on lutteridyl.blogspot.ca
Popsicle Stick Snowflake 8 of 10Make this pretty snowflake for your door from popsicle sticks.
Get the tutorial on ballardbunch.blogspot.ca
DIY Handmade Paper Flower Wreath 9 of 10A gorgeous idea for a door entrance. The how-to includes a tutorial and template.
Get the tutorial on ellinee.com
Cinnamon Ornaments 10 of 10A great kid-friendly craft. Make some spicy ornaments for the tree or pressies!
Get the tutorial on katyelliott.com