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Free Printable Typography Christmas Wrapping Paper





Hi everyone, I've made several types of printables here on the blog, including Christmas Tags and a cute Printable Santa to hang on the tree, but somehow I haven't made a wrapping paper yet, even though I love wrapping presents. That's why I decided to create this one, filled with fun phrases, and motivating quotes to make sure that sneaky hands don't touch the presents until the 25th.

The files are available in A4 and A3 so you can choose the size that fits your printer.
To make it big enough to wrap my gifts I trim the excess paper from the sides and just tape 2 or 3 sheets of paper together from the inside, so the tape doesn't show.

To download this fun and free Christmas wrapping paper click the button at the end of the post.

20 Christmas Tags to Make or Print


DIY Recycled Wine Cork Geometric Earrings






Upcycling wise, wine corks are one of the easiest materials to work with, they are easy to cut, lightweight and work great as jewelry pieces. I particularly like using them to make earrings, since corks are so light, the earrings made from it are super comfortable to wear all day round.

So here's how I made this recycled pair of jewelry:

DIY Super Simple "The Handmaid's Tale" Inspired Bonnet | DIY Costume





I’ve finished watching “The Handmaid’s Tale” a couple of weeks ago and remembered that I have a red cape in my closet that my grandma actually made, it was designed for a Little Red Riding Hood costume, but I thought that it would be fun to make my version of the iconic bonnets of the show and create a second costume to wear with the cape.

I found it surprisingly difficult to find a red outfit to match the shade of red on the cape, so I resigned for a basic black skirt and tights, with my beloved brogues and a sweater borrowed from sister. Not really true to character but, I think the point comes across anyway.

DIY 3 Colorful Room Decor Items



It has been a while since I've made a home decor item, and there was an empty frame on my wall that definitely needed an artwork, so this was the perfect excuse to create this set of small and colorful home items. I ended up creating the so much needed artwork for the frame and two other items: a set of coiled paper jewelry dishes and a jar photo display. These are ideal if you're decorating on a budget, all of them cost me almost zero, except for the balloons and wooden skewers, which I just picked up from the supermarket and were pretty cheap.
The step-by-step photos are all stills from the detailed video of this project and if you would rather watch moving images you can watch that below.