Archive of ‘Kraft Korner’ category

DIY: Valentine’s Day Mini Glitter Champagne Bottles

Mini Glitter Champagne Bottles For Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be only for couples, it’s a great day to show the women in your life, like your best friends, sisters and your mom how much you love them. And what better way to do that than to host a Valentine’s Day party/brunch in honour of them!

I’m convinced these adorable mini glitter champagne bottles will definitely be the centre of attention at your next party. Serve to your guests during the party or you can hand them out at the end as party favours.


How-to: Christmas Tree Napkin Folding

Christmas Tree Napkin Folding

Christmas is only a few days away and since a few of you asked me how I folded my napkin into a Christmas tree in my last DIY post (you can check it out here, if you missed it), I thought why not show you with a tutorial.

I was inspired to fold my napkin into a tree after seeing a tutorial in a Christmas magazine I bought at Michaels about a month ago. I thought it was such a neat idea and the napkins would look so festive on each place setting during Christmas dinner.

So get ready to dress the table to impress with these step-by-step instructions!


DIY: Snowy Pinecone Place Card Holder

DIY Snowy Pinecone Place Card HolderWith only a week to go till Christmas, I thought it would be fun to create these rustic looking snowy pinecone place card holders.

I have become obsessed with the rustic look recently and I just love how pretty these pinecones look at the dinner table.

This project is super easy to do and looks absoluetly effortless. Let’s get started!


DIY: Holiday Chalkboard Jar Candle

Holiday Chalkboard Jar Candle

It’s that magical time of the year. I’m kicking off the month of December with this fun holiday  chalkboard jar candle project.

This candle looks beautiful as a centrepiece on the dining table during Christmas dinner or you can make several of these and assign spots at the dinner table by writing your guests’ names on the jar.


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