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Mindy is an enormous, hand-picked, quality checked, and categorized craft / DIY tutorial collection. Our mission is to help you discover the world's best free craft tutorials, patterns, and printables! We have fantastic crafts, helpful tips, and step-by-step tutorials from talented and passionate craft bloggers all around the world. Our library consists of thousands of in-depth craft tutorials and covers an immense variety of crafts and hobbies. Whether you want to see specific crafts or just collect a few fun ideas, our team will be here for you every step of the way! Browse through our craft tutorial collection and transform the everyday things around you into fun and useful things! Whether you’re looking to master a new-to-you hobby, improve your skills, or simply get inspired, Mindy is here to help.
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Christmas tree napkins - napkin folding tutorial
Brace yourself: Christmas is coming! So, Handimania made this brilliant step-by-step video tutorial on how to fold a simple fabric napkin into a Christmas tree . This fun napkin Christmas tree can be a great DIY Christmas table setting decoration OR you can use this easy paper ( napkin ) folding technique to create other fun Christmas decorations or gifts ( such as greeting cards, gift toppers, Christmas tree ornaments or Christmas garlands ). All you need is a simple fabric napkin ( or a sheet of paper ) . Watch this video tutorial now and learn how to fold napkins for your Christmas table!
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Giant DIY craft stick snowflakes - popsicle stick craft
We can't wait to show you this brilliant popsicle stick craft! These snowflakes are fun, easy, and so inexpensive to make. The smallest snowflake is 12 inches across; the largest is 24 inches. You can glue some rhinestones at the tips of each white craft stick snowflake if you wish, to make it more gorgeous (if it's possible). You could also coat them in glitter or fake snow. And why stop with snowflakes? You could make stars, wreaths, or Christmas trees decked with lightweight ornaments. Hang them in your window, over a door instead of a wreath, or from the ceiling.
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Balloon reindeer,polar bear & penguin - Christmas party decor
We just love balloons ! There is no faster, cheaper, fun and more unique party decoration than balloons . But simple balloons and Christmas doesn't really fit together, right? At least we always thought that. But with these super cute balloon animals we show you that's absolutely not impossible to decorate your Christmas party with cheap & simple balloons ! This balloon penguin, balloon reindeer and balloon polar bear by Minidrops will spice up your Christmas party without spending a fortune on decors ,or you can decorate the nursery room with them, either way: the kids will love them! For a working download link please choose the original ( untranslated ) link:
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Easy DIY 3D paper star - Christmas decoration
We love the magic that Christmas decorations can create. Especially paper stars ! These easy DIY Paper stars by Elizabeth Joan Designs can instantly transform a ho-hum space into something truly magical. These DIY paper star lanterns make pretty decorations with cut out patterns or even without lights inside. ( You could make a gold star to put on your Christmas tree! ) Elizabeth will teach you how to make these super simple but also super gorgeous paper stars in no time with a few simple steps:
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DIY Pipe cleaner Rudolph reindeer bottle topper - Christmas party craft
These homemade Christmas reindeer bottle toppers by Kids Craft Room are a great way to make any kids drink bottle super fun and festive. You can pop them on your mini milk bottles, water bottles or fizzy pop to turn an ordinary drink into something special for Christmas ! This festive pipe cleaner bottle topper is also perfect for decorating ( drinkable ) Christmas gifts. These adorable Rudolph reindeer bottle toppers are easily and cheaply made from pipe cleaners . We love that they’re fully removable so you can use them again and again!
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DIY paper ball Mickey and Minnie mouse ornament
It's time for a new fun and easy Christmas project : let’s make a super cute paper Mickey or Minnie mouse ornament ! What’s wonderful about these lovely paper ball Mickey and Minnie ornaments by Red Ted Art is that you can turn them into the most adorable Christmas garland ever ! Construction paper is one of our favorite crafting material ( so many possibilities and quite frugal too! ) , and we do love all kinds of paper ball ornaments! With the festive time of the year approaching, it’s time to look into fun characters, making Mickey and Minnie is certainly a must. Ready to make your little paper ball ornaments ? Watch Red Ted Art's step-by-step tutorial:
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DIY Santa drinks - fun Christmas party decor (free printable)
The Christmas decorations are set up, the playlist is on point, and everything is nearly ready for your holiday party - except for the drinks. You may need to serve non-alcoholic drinks at you r Christmas party since you might have guests coming over, who don't imbibe, or kids who want to partake in the fun too. Don't worry: we've got you covered! Visit Pysselbolaget's wonderful blog, and learn how to transform the simplest drinks into the most festive Christmas party drink ever. Whether it be a cocktail in a mason jar or a simple raspberry soda, this free printable bottle decor will convert your beverages into a fun & festive Christmas party drink ! ( To download the free printable , please choose the UNTRANSLATED link below, then click on the blue "vår tomtemall här" link ( next to the assembly photo ). )
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DIY Christmas tree ornaments from scrap fabric with a glue gun ( No sewing )
These cute and light orbs will look great in your Christmas tree. They're easy and fun to make, and the best thing about them is that you can make them from almost any stiff scrap fabric or paper you have around. They even look good with leftover jeans fabric, or newspaper. No sewing involved, you just need a glue gun. Watch Thoughts for Happy Minds' video tutorial and learn how to make them:
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