I love these paper Christmas ornaments - all you need is some paper, glue, string, beads and patience. They would be a great mindfulness activity. Note: you can mute the music and just read the captions.
These handmade notebooks would make a great holiday project.
These origami pull out drawers are really easy to make. They would be great as a gift box or you could use them to store your jewellery or stationery.
This gift idea is so easy and pretty cheap. I washed an empty tomato tin and punctured a couple of holes in the bottom for drainage with a hammer and nail. Then I covered it in blackboard contact from K-Mart and wrote a corny label in chalk pen. The good thing is it's chalk so if you mess it up you can just wipe it off with a damp cloth and start again. I bought the thyme at the local farmers' market but you can buy herbs at the hardware store or garden centre. I love a good pun and couldn't resist this one!
Up-cycling your clothes is a great way to save money, be kind to the planet and bring some individuality to your wardrobe. Try one of these ideas:
These would make a great gift and are an awesome way to recycle paper. A great holiday project or gift idea.
I love these cute macrame and cinnamon stick Christmas decorations. You could always use small sticks if you don't have cinnamon sticks.
Make your own cute birthday, thank you and just because cards.
FYI, when you choose an image for you iron on transfer make sure that it is copyright free. In your Google images search click on Tools, then Usage Rights, then Creative Commons licenses. You could be super creative and use one of your photos or design your own image and scan it.