Cut a length of wire 9" long. Gently push it through the hole in the stick from the back and through the paper about 1". It helps to put your finger over the hole where the wire is coming through so the paper doesn't tear. Bend the wire up in the back. If you are adding an accent, put it on the wire now. Use needle-nose pliers to twist the wire in a circle, then use the side of the pliers to push the wire down flat against the ornament.
This classic midcentury modern home is decorated floor to ceiling with handmade objects and artisanal details. From textured art to woven jute rugs, organic elements add depth and character throughout the home.
HGTV fan BrunetteMommy added a sweet detail to her nursery without lifting a paintbrush. The tree with tiny pink birds is actually a handmade wall decal from Etsy.com. Affordable and easy to apply, the decal can be removed when the nursery later transitions to a big girl room.
The fireplace and cabinetry were custom designed and built to match the beautiful Arts and Crafts detailing throughout the home. The owner specifically selected handmade tiles from Carreaux du Nord for the fireplace surround.
Chic birdcage pendant lights hang over an expansive, marble-topped island, creating a cozy place to gather in this bright, sunny kitchen. Handmade subway tiles offer a more distinctive take on the popular tile backsplash choice, and a white range hood mimics the architectural detail of the ceiling in this French country-style home.
Use double-sided tape to attach three folded triangles together back to back, using one of each pattern, to create a three-dimensional tree shape. Then, use the double-sided tape to attach three trees to the card front, positioned as shown in photo. Add a small ribbon bow to the top of each using double-sided tape.