Rolling pin printing is a brilliant way to print wrapping paper at home! Buy some cheap rolling pins (or reallocate some old ones) and wrap them in string, bubble wrap or netting (the stuff oranges and lemons come in). Roll in some paint (use Christmas colours) and then roll onto some brown packing paper or lining paper. Homemade wrapping paper done!
Christmas is such a great time of year to have a go at crafts with your kids. After searching for craft ideas from crafters and bloggers around the web, we found there are plenty of Easy and Cheap DIY Christmas crafts that your kids can make. Most of the crafts are made from household Items you […]
Attention: The RASKOG cart might be the most versatile product in all of IKEA (seriously). It's just as useful in your kitchen to hold spill-over pantry items as in your bathroom to corral makeup and toilet paper. - Cosmopolitan.co.uk