Christmas DIY : How To Make A Wall Collection Christmas Tree

Here’s another Christmas Tree Decor DIY that left me spellbound by its beauty .


Jane of All the Luck in the World  shared her unique Christmas tree composed of “useless but pretty objects” she had collected over the years and arranged into something ethereal.


Are you still drooling looking at it  ? 🙂 Create your own Christmas Tree and show off who you are

Christmas DIY : How To Make A Floating Christmas Tree

What is the Best Childhood Memory of Christmas all of us have in common ? Decorating a Christmas Tree 🙂

The Internet is flooded with thousands and thousands of Christmas Tree Decor DIY which are truly magical. I would be shortlisting the Best of Christmas DIYs available online for my readers.

I came across this wonderful Floating Christmas Tree which looks ethereal and unique. It sure will make your Xmas Decorations stand apart from your friends and families.


You can see the tutorial at  Megan’s Website

Christmas DIY : How To Make A Rustic Wood Candle Holder

Living in Texas, It’s close to “never happening in next 100 years” to witness snowfall in my city. It’s extremely Hot and Christmas is just around the corner. I am watching Christmas Movies and hoping someday,I’ll be at on of those places where Christmas means ” It is snowing outside” and all the fun with Frosty , Cookies and cuddling and Candles !

Today, we will learn how to make these adorable rustic wood candle holders that will add warmth to coldest of places .



See the Tutorial at Marty’s Musings

Christmas DIY : How to make Pine Cone Ornaments


Things that you’ll need :

1- Stick


2- Pine Cone


3- Pom Pom


4- Gluestick


5- Thread



Originally shared at Dig this Chick

I would also be sharing with every DIY Post – a Christmas Movie that you must watch :

Christmas with the Kranks


With their daughter away, the Kranks decide to skip Christmas altogether until she decides to come home, causing an uproar when they have to celebrate the holiday at the last minute. What happens when you hate everything related to Christmas including the Frosty. Christmas Tree and Kids. Watch this comedy to know more.

Christmas DIY : How to magically transform Dollar Store Fishbowls into a Cute SnowMan

Jingle Bell.Jingle Bell.Jingle all the way 🙂

The Holiday Season is upon us,and with it comes the joy ,love, and warmth of Christmas.It’s time to take out Xmas Decoration Boxes out of storage and decking the halls. But a new DIY now and then never hurt anybody.

I would be sharing 100 Christmas Decor DIY Ideas in next 30 days starting from today. The First of which was shared by Blogger Kelly Dixon of Smart School House created this Fish Bowl Snowman, a craft that is guaranteed to have your friends and family asking how you pulled it off.


You can find the fishbowls easily at a Dollar Store for a dollar. Yes. That’s pretty much everything that you need. To create your own three-tied Frosty, head  to the nearest Dollar Store and  stock up on all supplies you need to make your Christmas Merrier.

For a list of supplies and instructions on what to do next, head to Kelly’s full tutorial at Smart School House.

Wait ! What about Christmas Movies.

I would also be sharing with every DIY Post – a Christmas Movie that you must watch


All I Want for Christmas

It’s like House Arrest, but with all of the charm replaced by tinsel. Not based on the Mariah Carey song (but maybe it would have been better if it had been?). Worth one viewing for Leslie Nielsen as “Santa.”

Share with me your all-time favorite Christmas Movie that you never get tired of watching / the one that changed the way you look at Christmas.

How Early Do You Start Decorating for Christmas ?


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For most of the folks out there Christmas begins at the mid of December but there are a lot of people for whom Christmas starts in the November. I am already excited about the XMas and can’t wait to start decorating my home for the Holidays. My husband warned me not to take anything out until Thanksgiving.

So, I am watching Christmas Movies and singing – Joy to the World on repeat mode. I have spent 14 years of my Life in a Catholic School with sisters wearing a cross .We had a church inside our school building and a temple. Our Christmas Holidays made my friends from other schools envious. We decorated our school compounds, one of our teachers used to dress up like a Santa Claus and we had a special assembly where a Play was conducted depicting Jesus’s birth.

It was quite ” awesome” as I was born into a hindu family in India. Our school celebrated Christmas like Diwali. I still remember all the prayers that we said every day in the school.I am someone who is always celebrating. I celebrate all the festivals,no matter which religion started them.Christmas happens to be the most favorite of them all.

I can’t wait for Christmas !!!!!

There’s something Grand I got to announce. I would be sharing with you  100 Christmas DIY Ideas in the next 30 days. Yayyyyyy ! drumrolls


Keep Calm and Decorate !

Eat Sleep Repeat

Hello Fellas ,

Diwali is here and I am super excited for my favorite festival as always. I love everything about this festival – diyas,rangoli,sweets,shopping ,visiting relatives, friends.Though being away from home in a foreign land on this occasion does make me a little sad but I am doing my bit to make things around me happier,brighter and beautiful.

I would be soon uploading  a Diwali DIY Special Post. How many of you get annoyed looking at plain walls.I do. I like to add a personality to walls. Kitchen Wall Decor can get as trendy as you like.

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What we are going to make today is a very easy to make and super cute. It’s a Kitchen Wall Decor using plastic spoons,cardboard,colors and craft papers.

Things that you’ll need ;

1- Cardboard


2- Scissors and  tape


3- Craft Papers



4- Colors


5- Plastic Spoons


P.S – Did you know there’s  lot that can happen with spoons and forks. Check out

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 And we’re ready to go 🙂

We need a cardboard of any size. Begin by pasting spare plastic spoons on the back side using a hot glue or a tape.


Turn it around once it’s dry , paint a color of your choice.I’ve tried giving it a rustic look by coloring it black and brown. Using a pencil write down your favorite kitchen quote. I wrote – Eat Sleep Repeat and pasted it on the cardboard once the paint was dry. This is how it came out to be


I placed a string on the backside in order to hang it on my wall.

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