Jingle bells， jingle bells， jingle all the wreaths…；We adore this little project from Sweet Paul Magazine. To be honest， we loved all the projects in this new issuefamily pillow cover， but thought this one was perfect for the season. Have you checked out Sweet Paul Magazine？ From the first flip of the page， you’；re filled with design and DIY inspiration， like these cute penguin jelly jar snow globes below.
The Kids Holiday edition of？Sweet Paul Magazine？has pretty much a little bit of everything. There are easy recipes for tasty treats， fun crafts to do with the kids， fashion and home design inspiration， and interviews with amazingly talented people. You can learn all about new shops and projects popping up around the globe all focused on one thing…；kids! Today we have a glimpse into this lovely magazine and a fun project just for you.personalized graduation frames
Check out the Jingle Bell Wreath tutorial and other projects from Sweet Paul Magazine after the jump…；
Jingle Bell Wreath
This one takes a little time， but once you’re done you have an heirloom wreath for years. It can also be used as a musical instrument.
You will need：metal wire wreath formjingle bells， I used around 125thin silver florist wirewire cutter
1. Fasten your wire to the wreath.
2. Slide 2 bells on your wire and fasten to the wreath. Work yourself all the way around. Make sure the bells are tight next to each other.
3. Tie with a ribbon and hang.
As we extend our gift ideas today we're returning to the bedroom and focusing on duvet covers. With so many different styles, designs, colours and price ranges to choose from there's duvet cover sets to suit everyone. Practical and functional, duvet sets are always a welcome gift – from the latest designer bedding ranges, children's favourite super heroes or pretty princess bedding sets, to duvet cover sets in the latest on-trend colours you can always find a style to suit all ages. Soft furnishings, including bedding, make a superb gift particularly as many of us struggle to find the 'perfect' gift.
What to get for the person who has everything? A gift card! I try to sew or craft most of my gifts, but there are some things I just can’t make. Books, for instance. Some of my family members are voracious readers, and I’m never sure what they have and haven’t read already. So?I make a trip to Mr. K’s, our favorite book store, where I buy a few gift cards, and, yes, probably one or two books for myself.?iTunes is another favorite; I keep?one or two $10 cards handy for last-minute gifts. Gift cards are also a space-saver, particularly if you’re trying to fit everything you need for a week away from home into one suitcase and a carry-on. There’s only so much you can squeeze into a bag without paying that extra $100 luggage fee. (Yikes!)? Kari Carr?of New Leaf Stitches (you might know her Clearly Perfect Angles) sent us these nifty gift card envelopes. I’ll be making some of these for the holidays, as well as for special occasions throughout the year. But your favorite shop doesn’t have gift cards, only gift certificates? No problem, just fold them to fit in the envelopes. Jo
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