I need Christmas ideas for everyone

Like making candle holders, topiaries... any thing for ladies, for home and them.
  9 answers
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Oct 28, 2015
    search hometalk crafts christmas.

  • Hali Hali on Oct 29, 2015
    I took a cone, covered it in moss and glued/pinned magnolia seed pods to it instead of pinecones, and made a tree. Glued and glittered some pods for arrangements. I like them. I even soaked some in clorox water to bleach them,and some pinecones . nice color and different.

    • Kathy Kathy on Oct 29, 2015
      @Hali Thanks You I wil try this I think my sisiter will love this

  • LynnT LynnT on Oct 29, 2015
    I have an old Christmas tree (not pre-lit) that I was going to dispose of. I am in the process of cutting and tying the branches to make outdoor window swags.

  • Libby Philabaum Libby Philabaum on Oct 29, 2015
    I am taking tile squares and making coasters

  • Brenda Rives Norman Brenda Rives Norman on Oct 30, 2015
    You can make any themed (Christmas, Thanksgiving, spring, birthday, etc) candles. Use the tall glass candles from Dollar Tree. Cover with Mod Pog. Carefully cover with a printed napkin cut to fit the candle. Cover with one or two coats of Mod Pog.

  • Carolyn V Carolyn V on Oct 30, 2015
    nice decorated food items on pinterest; something they can use for sure.

  • Liliana Wells Liliana Wells on Oct 30, 2015
    If you type key word(s) in the search box above, you will see many projects that other HomeTalkers have made. Some of them may inspire you. Also, keep an ear and eye open during conversations that may reveal what that person would like.

  • Susan soares Susan soares on Oct 30, 2015
    If you sew you could make fabric bins, fabric wallets/credit card or business card holders, pin cushions, fabric cell phone case, market bags or small purses. All of these items could be made for about $2.00-$5.00.