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A quick but beautiful present you can make. The tutorial is HERE on MarthaStewart.com

Cherry Balls

Check out this tutorial for Cherry Balls at Echoes of Laughter! No oven necessary!

Stamping Candles

Jenni Mouer shares a fab tutorial over at Splitcoast stampers on how to get a stamped image onto a candle to decorate it, it would also work with most pictures on thin paper (some better than others)

Gumdrop Pops

Great little project to keep kiddies or oldies busy this christmas.
Check out THIS tutorial by Martha Stewart

Fingerprinted Reindeer

Not exactly a tutorial but fabulous inspiration from All Is Well At Home.
A simple finger print dressed up slightly.
What a lovely way to remember Christmas
when you have tiny fingers in the house.

Gingerbread Man Bucket

The tutorial for this cute christmas decorations is from Hobbycraft. It is soooo simple to make and perfect to have as a decoration on your own tree or give as a gift.

DIY Vintage Christmas Blocks

A detailed tutorial from Nest Decorator on how to make these gorgeous blocks.

So cute! Click HERE.

Fringed Stockings

Can you believe that these stockings were made out scarves!
Check out the tutorial on Martha Stewarts website

Monogrammed Candle

The Pink Peony shows you how to make this lovely monogrammed candle, ideal for all occasions! Click HERE.

Candy Cane Mice

Instructions on how to make these charming Candy Cane Mice can be found HERE at Craftsayings.com, complete with templates and little, ready to print poems if you want to give them as gifts.

Stencilled Hand Towel

Pickle and Cheese Blog have this fabulous step-by-step guide to make these beautiful towels. Check it out HERE.

Pyramid gift box

Need a gift box for small presents, or, as they suggest, chocolate buttons?
Then look HERE at Pink Petticoat for these simple pyramid boxes.

Paper Tree

This cute paper tree would look even more festive in traditional festive colours. Check out the tutorial on THIS blog.

Snowball Wreath

Diapers and Divas have a fabulous tutorial HERE for this gorgeous wreath.

5 min Chocolate Mug Cake

With being so busy at this time of year its hard to find time to pamper ourselves or have a treat, so hows about a chocolate cake that will take 5mins to make!!!!

I've made these before & they're a great quick pud for the kids, even nicer with vanilla ice cream.

Cookie Puzzle

Check out THIS fabulous edible gift by Martha Stewart

Pinup Wreath

Last year I made this wreath from the Martha Stewart website, its simple and can be as decorative or plain, complex or simple as you want.

Charming Locket

A beautiful way to decorate a cheap, ugly or damaged locket
check out the tutorial HERE on marthastewart.com

Card Garland

Card Garland
Its that time of year where you may start having Christmas cards hitting the door mat;
Martha Stewart shows a simple way to display them, one that can easily match your Christmas decor.

Memo Board

I love this project, a simple idea on how to make a wipeclean memo board.
Check out THIS simple tutorial by Lynette at Get your craft on.

Queen Winter

How beautiful is this fairy!! Simple to make and she'd look stunning at the top of a christmas tree.
Shanti shows you how to make her HERE over at Twig and Toadstool

No sew bag

Over at Little Birdie Secrets, Nicholette & Vanessa show how to make this fab bag out of just a square piece of fabric, yes, thats all you need, a square piece of fabric!!!
Check it out HERE.

Muffin Size Christmas Cakes

In my house theres only my eldest who likes Christmas Cake, but I love the smell it gives when baking so I shall be definately having a go at this recipe over at Utterly Scrummy Food For Families, shared by Michelle.
Perfect for making the house smell Christmassy and for visitors to munch on ;)

Recycled Jewellery

This unusual necklace is made out of disposable plastic cups!
Find out how HERE at Aunt Peaches

Christmas Angel Tutorial

Nicky has shared a great tutorial over at Creative Flourishes on how to make this Angel.
Perfect for all ages (my lil brother made one in nursery in 1990 using a doillie which my mom still has)

Journal Cover

HERES a great step-by-step guide on how to make a journal cover.
Alicia has given very clear instructions and photos on this fabulous tutorial.

The Perfect Man

Yes ladies, its what we'd all like, The Perfect Man - in this case hes a gingerbread man. Oona at Its not Terrys' Its mine shows us how to make this guy into the perfect gift.

& if you want to make your own gingerbread biscuits then I use this recipe by Delia, I find it just that little bit more festive than the usual.

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Book PurseTutorial

I soooooooooo want one of these! but as of yet I havent found quite the right book, well, at least not one I can rip the pages out of!
Have a look how they're made at hungry panda clothing.

Bath Cookies

These bath cookies are a fab idea over at Craftbits.com, simple to make & they last AGES.
I'd pair them up with some bath milk to make a gift of cookies & milk

Yarn bugs

A cute little project on makingfriends.com that even children could make
but if Santa yarn bug (there wording not mine) isnt your things hows about..

Snowman Yarn Bug

They have plenty of other bugs as well for through out the year

Trim that tree!

Trim that tree with a cute tree skirt from Centsational Girl. Check out her full tutorial HERE.

Rose Cuff Bracelet

Flowers are everywhere in fashion at the moment, to wear in your hair, on your shoes, clothes & on your jewellery.
Disney, over at Ruffles and Stuff shows a simple way to make this beautiful bracelet - perfect as a gift or to wear yourself.

Melting Middle Truffles

Dont these look delicious! I keep finding things to add to my food hamper gifts, far too many things, but I think these are a must. Simple to make AND they can be stored for a month.
Go have a look at them on the BBC Good Food website.

Granny Chic Slippers

I remember my great gran shuffling around in a simple pair of slippers, those slippers are now all the rage but they still can look a lil naff. Disney, from Ruffles and Stuff has a tutorial to make them look gorgeous, well worth a look. They'd make a beautiful present.

Magazine Christmas Trees

Check out Martha Stewarts genius HERE and create these fabulous inexpensive christmas tree decorations.

Button Scarves

Over at Twelve Crafts Till Christmas there is a great tutorial on how to make this scarf - it does involve sewing with a machine but its very straight forward.

Orange Pomander Tutorial

Visit Olde Pear Primatives HERE for a great tutorial showing you how to make these Orange Pomanders. I would probably use a red ribbon for a bit more colour, but they smell absolutely divine. I plan on making some!

Snowflake Window Clings

Family Fun show how to make these beautiful and very simple window clings.

Recycled Wool Sweater slippers

If little slippers arent your style & you'd prefer slipper boots how about checking out Cassidys tutorial on making Recycled Wool Sweater Slippers over on her blog, Thrillingly Thrifty. She even shows you how to felt a sweater so you can make them from that. & you can make them in ANY size.

Paper Garland Tutorial

This fabulous tutorial could be used for any occasion. A great way to use up scraps of Christmas paper though!

Check it out at Shabby Chic Crafts HERE

Cute Slippers

How about making slippers for your loved ones this Christmas, or even yourself. Martha has decorated these with bells over at MarthaStewart.com

Paper Advent Calendar

Check out The Red Thread blog for this fabulous tutorial
which shows you how to make this beautiful advent calendar.

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Baby Sock Advent Calendar

How cute is this!! Martha Stewart does it again with this baby sock advent calendar that'll take less than 5 minutes to make.

Felt Ornament Tutorial

Check out Fantastic Toys Blog for a tutorial on how to make these gorgeous tree decorations!

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