Here's a neat little way to jazz up some plain porcelain china - use a paint pen!
Check out the project from Wardi.
If you're running out of gift tags, 74 Lime Lame have donated an adorable set that you can print out.
Check out the print out on 74 Lime Lane.
Here is our pick of some of the best projects on CO+K last week:
Embellish a buttons bauble, make rainbow yarn, cook up some marshmallow party favors and pumpkin bread, construct a decoration tree, sew a Christmas monster and a robin tree decoration, make candy cane hearts, enjoy a glass of eggnog, sew a cosy patchwork quilt and an easy full skirt, turn pixel art in to cross stitch, bake a cupcake Christmas tree, bead a glamorous ring, create a faux mosaic painting, sew a slip on wine glass coaster and a Christmas yo yo garland, create mini frames pictures, papercraft an advent calendar and a Tegan & Sara tree topper, make snowmen ornaments, mould a lump of coal ornament and candy canes, and tie dye pants.
If you want an elegant cosy wreath this year, check out this fabulous and glamourous fuffly felt rosette wreath.
Check out the how-to from Domestifluff.
These paper ornaments look fantastic and here's a great tutorial for making them.
Check out the how-to from Junk Mail Gems.
These recycled cans make gorgeous lanterns, perfect for the festive season.
Check out the how-to from The Star.
Recycle your old Christmas cards next year by folding them in to useful little boxes.
Check out the how-to from Boating In Beautiful BC.
Turn a clear boring Christmas tree bauble in to a gorgeous glittering one!
Check out the how-to from Prairie Paper & Ink.
Including all the materials you need, Silhouettes will teach you everything you need to know about the art and craft of papercutting.
So intricate and delicate, paper silhouettes may seem like an art best left to the experts but this kits aims to make the craft as easy and accessible as possible to everyone. The kit includes a book with all the techniques and patterns you need, as well as covering a brief history about the art, silhouette paper, mats and die-cut frames.
Create gorgeous art for you walls or gifts for your friends and family, just in time for Christmas.
You can pick up a kit now from GMC Publications.
These paper Christmas trees look great and would make awesome table decorations.
Check out the how-to from Splitcoaststampers.