It’s that time of year – when we take a look back and round up our favourites! Today, sharing our favourite DIY Christmas tutorials to really help you get in the Christmas spirit! Happy DIY’ing.
These delicate little Christmas pudding balls are great as a treat with your cup of tea or coffee. Combined with chocolate chips and luscious soaked fruit (which has all been done for you!) and then rolled in toasted and desiccated coconut, they are just the icing on the cake ! Try and stop at just one.
‘As a young apprentice chef I was taught that the food was always the carrier for the “sauce”. I truly believe that to be correct. If you get the sauce right then the dish is usually spectacular! I still make many sauces, dressings, pesto and gravies from my little black book of recipes from those days.’
I am a big fan of the appearance of natural shapes and objects appearing in home décor, and as a result I thought I would design and create my own DIY Christmas Tree this year using local native bushland as inspiration. This tree is also great for those not wanting a fake plastic tree, or those with limited ground space or wanting to keep precious ornaments away from little hands or paws (I’m of the latter!).
Try not to devour these delicious cupcakes one by one as they sit on your bench!
There are so many ways to decorate with bunting – and these are no exception! A little messy perhaps, but worth it as you can individualise to your hearts content!
Ms Zebra Says: These DIY Christmas inspired projects will keep you busy – and also brighten up your home! From cooking to getting your hands dirty, each of these tutorials offer something unique!