Thanksgiving has ended and the season of giving has begun. With the holidays coming around, make sure your home has all the right touches for your family traditions. If you want a customized touch to your decor, think about these DIY designs to make for your home.
If you’d like to use some extra scrap fabric, consider making a fabric wreath. Not only will it be less cleanup than a fresh wreath, but it can be used for many holidays to come! Fabric wreaths are extremely easy to make and require no sewing. See how easy it is with this tutorial by Buy This Cook That.
HOLIDAY THEMED PILLOWS
Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, or another holiday, it’s simple to create a pillow that falls into the theme of your holiday.
It can be as simple as a color scheme or you can use a pattern. To combine simple and a theme, try red and white stripes for festive candy cane pillows!
Creating your own Christmas stockings could become a family tradition. DIY stockings would be unique, and fairly easy to make.
They will hold toys, trinkets and family memories. If you’re looking for a great tutorial to follow along with, check out this tutorial by Happy At Home.
When decorating for the holidays, you can’t skip the Christmas tree skirt. By making this a DIY project, you get to choose what style you want that you may not be able to find at a store and adorn it with decorations like tassels, sequins, etc.
If you’re looking for the best patterns and colors, take a trip to Tucson-based Fabrics That Go. With holiday spirit abound, owners Claire and Bob love helping their Tucson community and have been doing so for over 30 years. The staff at the store can help reupholster your furniture for the upcoming holiday festivities. While you’re there, talk to the helpful staff if you need advice on how to finish a DIY project.
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If there is enough interest, Fabrics That Go is considering an adult sewing class where you can sew custom bed spreads, drapery, & more.
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