Hi guys! I’m Meg from Green With Decor, and I’m excited to be back at Kenarry today!
With Christmas rapidly approaching, I’ve already busted out the Christmas crafts and started to get ahead of the game.
I put together these cute little cards that are perfect for your neighbor, kid’s teacher, mailman or whoever!
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How to make the Christmas cards:
1. Sort through your buttons.
Somehow, I’ve ended up with a pretty big collection of random buttons. I went through and found a bunch of green ones of all different shapes and sizes.
I played with them a bit to get them into a tree arrangement I liked.
2. Glue the buttons to your cardstock.
I’m a big fan of rubber cement. I’m all for hot glue guns, but I hate it when you end up burning your fingers, so I usually reach for rubber cement first.
3. Cut the twine.
4. Glue the twine to the cardstock.
Again, I used rubber cement here.
5. Display your fun DIY Christmas card!
It’s hard to believe we’re getting Christmas decorations out already! When do you start decorating?
If you love Christmas projects, check out a few of my other holiday DIYs:
Thanks to Carrie for having me today! Remember to pin this idea so you don’t forget it!
Meg is the blogger behind Green With Decor. She loves home renovating and decorating – and the color green. Meg is a fan of white woodwork, throw pillows and knocking down walls to make a space better. She believes everyone can make their home into a space they love, even on a budget, by getting creative in how they use the space, shopping around and tackling some DIY projects. Meg and her husband are renovating, decorating and landscaping their 1950s fixer upper into their dream home in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. When she’s not painting furniture or watching HGTV, she’s probably hanging with her puppy Oakley.