Thursday, December 27, 2018

Christmas Craftworks

BeFunky-collage (2)
Collage of my craftworks
Begin 2011, I decorate Christmas tree every year, except 2013 and 2015 a disaster year for me and my city (Dec flood), I put lights and star to feel and get involve myself with the festive while people celebrates around. Usually I purchase ornaments for Christmas tree either from the shop or online twice a year, as most of them are made of thermocol (polystyrene) it don’t last few years. But this year I decided to make some ornaments using Popsicle sticks to see how well I could treat myself with the activities and I got many ideas browsing the net and I decided to stick with simple craftwork like stars, wreath, tiny trees, house etc.  And I enjoyed painting them all.  Here are few photos on craftwork that I later hanged on the Christmas tree.

My gingerbread house that was turned into stone house by my sweet grandmother. The other two beside the house is santa hat haha
Birth of Christ
Birth of Christ
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My christmas tree with the ornaments I made with popsicle sticks


Angel said...

Lovely idea .. i use paper handmade ornaments .i always recycle.reuse cards and book pages to make crafts .wish you a Merry Christmas .

Twilight Man said...

Wow! You are so creative to make decorations from ice cream sticks!! This is my first time seeing such cute ornaments.

L. D. said...

Your tree looks great. I bet you did have fun painting and creating this years ornaments. Fun to see.

bill burke said...

Very cool and creative idea you had. I like the way your ornaments turned out, they look lovely.

Karen Lakis said...

These are so creative - I love the little manger! I hope you had a nice Christmas.

Nancy Chan said...

You are very talented and creative. Love the decorations you have created with your hands. Wishing you a Happy New Year!

eileeninmd said...

Hello, you are creative. I love the cute decorations. Well done!
Enjoy your day and weekend. I wish you all the best in 2019.
Happy New Year!

Lady Fi said...

So creative - really lovely!