Christmas Craft Stash

December 3rd already? It’s really no shock that December is going to fly back just like the rest of the year and it’ll be 2019 before we know it. Well here we are, day 3 of blogmas. If you need to catch up, feel free to click here. As for today’s post, I wanted to share my Christmas craft stash. Not only will I be using these goodies in my planner, but I have other projects in mind as well.

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DIY Buffalo Plaid Christmas Ornament

Hello December and Hello Blogmas! I’m so excited for the series this year and there will be a post every single day not just leading up to Christmas, but all December long. Yes, 31 days of content so buckle in and get ready. I’ll be sharing not just Christmas related content, but reflections of 2018 along with tips and tricks to get you focused for 2019.

For day 1, I wanted to share a quick and easy ornament DIY with you all. Now I’ve been working on my Christmas tree since November, so I’ve had time to create these ornament ideas for you all. What better time than now for all my last minute shoppers, crafters, and Christmas tree lovers.

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DIY Happy Planner Sticker Book

Ready for a dose of planner organization? While I’ve shared my planner storage in the past (and will do so again in a future post), I wanted to share with you guys how I create my Happy Planner sticker books. It’s super quick and easy and requires minimum supplies.

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Last Minute Valentine’s Day Gifts

Okay, I’m super late with this one, but let’s roll with it. Despite my busy schedule, I’m still coming with the content. Thanks to all those that read and comment. I greatly appreciate it. The content isn’t stopping, it’s just a matter of me uploading, so rock with me. This post is all about a super quick Valentine’s gift that I gave to my sisters and my brother. It can really work for anytime of year and most importantly, it doesn’t break the bank.

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Valentine’s Day Craft Stash

I have been enjoying rummaging through my craft stash and using what I’ve accumulated whether it was given to me or I scored it on clearance. I thought that I could start somewhat of a mini series sharing what I have for specific holidays or more seasonal items. Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and I have found a new YouTuber that I love, CraftingwithLiller, and she has amazing DIYs. On top of that I am now planning daily to use more of my stash (I was inspired to try that out by KeyKreates on Instagram). So with me back in my zone of creating, I wanted to share what I have in my stash.

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Budget Friendly Christmas DIYs

Welcome to Day 2 of Blogmas here on Chaotic Critic. For those that are new readers, Blogmas (similar to vloggers on YouTube) is a post a day until Christmas. I’ve created many holiday themed DIYs featuring recycled materials you may have in your craft stash. This post is a cumulative list of quick and easy budget friendly Christmas-themed DIYs. Read, Set, CRAFT!

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Dashboards for Any Planner

Cheers to the weekend and another post on the blog. I am no stranger to sharing my planner obsession. I am a strong believer in writing things down and most importantly, getting them done. I use stickers, colorful pens, etc. to draw attention to certain moments of a day. Of course, that’s not needed. I will say that the more decorative my planner is the more I use it. This post is all about making inexpensive dashboards for your planner with materials you may already have.

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