Hi, fellow crafters!
It’s no secret that I have a major obsession with all things Christmas. So when I flipped to the Winter section of the latest Paper Crafts special issue Handmade Home Décor, my heart was all a flutter! With so many beautiful things to make and display in my home it’s hard to know where to start, so let’s start with an introduction.
Handmade Home Décor Introduction
One day, not too long ago, a group of creative people thought the paper crafters of the world needed an idea book filled with projects created from paper to decorate their places of abode, and just like that, Handmade Home Décor was born.
The beauty of this special issue is in the organization— it’s by season. If you’re like me, you swap your décor items according to the season or holiday: add flowers and baby animals in the spring, sprinkle a few stars and bunting around the place in the summer, hoist a ghost or two in the fall, and hang ornaments, wreaths, and stockings in the winter.
If you had a copy of Handmade Home Décor in your hands right now, you’d be carried through the seasons of the year with each turn of the page. So this week on the blog, we’re going to introduce you to a few projects from each season to entice you into purchasing this must-have magazine.
I know, deep down we’re each hoping for the end of snow and cold, but when it comes to décor, the winter season offers an abundance of options. For example, this Rose Wreath with Pinecone centerpiece is the perfect focal point for your holiday meals. It conveys a homey feel with just the right touch of color.
In case you’re wondering, yes this beautiful project is all made from paper (with the exception of the glass and the wreath base to which the leaves, flowers, and snowflakes were added). Makes you want to get out the holiday decorations again doesn’t it? It certainly does me! And if you really are in the mood, check out the free supplies and instruction on our website!
Now that you know what to expect from a winter in Handmade Home Décor, make sure you stop in tomorrow for a peek at what Fall has in store for your creative side.
Have fun creating!