10 Ideas for the Organization your Christmas
Stitch doilies together into a delicate tablecloth, or use as frills on fairy lights for a dreamy, dinner time garland.
Find similar doilies at Waitrose.
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Tie biscuits with colourful ribbon
Tie bauble biscuits with primary-coloured ribbon and hang from a light fitting for the ultimate nibble-friendly centrepiece.
For a similar chandelier try The Bedroom Company.
Transfrom pared-back chairs for your big festive feast by festooning them in a mix of glitzy decorations.
Find similar decorations at Harrods.
Hang your Christmas cards
Stitch channels in a double strip of ribbon, slot through dowling, add bulldog clips and simply hang your cards.
Find striped ribbon at Liberty.
Choose fairy lights
Wind battery-operated fairy lights around a garden obelisk for a windowsill mood enhancer or table decoration.
The spiral obelisk is from B&Q, and the bauble lights are from John Lewis.
Stamp designs on Christmas gifts
Spend a second stamping designs on your gift tags for a moment of ‘yes, I made it’ glory.
The stamps, ink pads and cards are from Billet Doux.
Wrap parcels with decorative tape
Highlight pretty tape by winding it round your parcels – a great way to smarten up inexpensive wrapping paper.
The masking taps is from None Such Things.
Play with postage stamps
Stick postage stamps in Christmas tree shapes to make your friends and (hopefully) the postman smile.
For a similar rack try Rockett St George.
Make edible Christmas decorations
Make edible stained-glass decorations by filing the gaps in cut-out dough with crushed boiled sweets before baking.
The cookie cutter is from Cox & Cox.
Make a pretty festive artwork
Poke holes in a canvas and feed through fairy lights for artwork with the Xmas factor.
The LED lights are from DZD.