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How To Christmas

Ever feel that you want a little inspiration for some cheeky Christmas crafting hacks? Each week we'll be showing you a few easy how tos to make the festive season even more fun.

 

How To: Display Christmas Cards

Something of a steal from the Queen of Christmas, Ms Martha Stewart. Gather a bunch of twigs (not too twiggy), use tiny paper clips to hold the cards and tie them to the branches with pretty, mismatched ribbon. Make sure you weight the base of the container so it doesn't topple over.

 

How To: Create a Christmas Vignette

What even is a vignette? This is a really nice way to make a display (of the kind Harriett spends her life doing) for a mantelpiece or window sill to celebrate Christmas. We used John Derian tear sheets, a beautiful decoration, some pretty containers and our favourite seedheads. Just don't be too precious. This should feel a little bit thrown together.

How To: Christmas Gift Wrap

Thank you Heather Evelyn for the beautiful paper which was the inspiration. Put your gifts in straight sided boxes for easy wrapping. Use double sided (much chicer). We used simple contrasting coloured cord as the ribbon. And don't keep all the presents for inside the parcel, make sure you tie on some party favours, decorations and some chocolate (just watch out if you have a greedy dog).

How To: Decorate your Tree

Abundance and variety are your friends here. We've used all kinds of glass baubles, from the ridiculously kitsch to the supremely pretty. Use vintage ribbon to tie the decorations to the tree (Lucy kindly provided her collection for shop purposes). We've kept the lights white so that the decos are the stars of the show.

How To: Create Another Christmas Vignette

Vignette number 2. This time we're all about a deep window sill and a more monochrome palette. This time it's black, white and highlights of green. Mix up heights, shapes and materials. Use some natural forms to add a less controlled element. And a plate of decorations for festive cheer.

How To: Christmas Gift Wrap

Something of a steal from the Queen of Christmas, Ms Martha Stewart. Gather a bunch of twigs (not too twiggy), use tiny paper clips to hold the cards and tie them to the branches with pretty, mismatched ribbon. Make sure you weight the base of the container so it doesn't topple over.