Easiest Christmas Cards EVER!

Hey guys! Happy Saturday! As I write this I am knitting a Christmas gift for my friend (not at the same time, of course) and listening to the new Hamilton mixtape! (Jimmy Fallon, I LOVE YOU!!)

Today I am sharing literally the EASIEST Christmas card DIY. It’s extremely customizable, which I always love. I think customizable DIYs are awesome cause you can make them suit your style, and use what you already have at your house!

What I Used:
-christmas construction paper (I got mine in the $1 section @ Target!)
-washi tape
-star gems

Yep. THAT’S IT! If you’re a crafter or you’ve got a ton of craft supplies, I’m sure you’ve got all of this in your drawers.

I did two different types of cards, but as I said above, you can change everything to make it suit your style. I just figured I would share the ones I made this year! There are a ton of great ideas on Pinterest.

^^Washi tape forever!! <3^^DSC_0879.JPG
^^Love ya, Target.^^
DSC_0882.JPGDSC_0884.JPG^^Tracing a circle for the ornament…^^DSC_0885.JPGDSC_0889.JPGDSC_0894.JPG
^^ta da!!^^DSC_0898.JPG
^^See what I mean? SO EASY!!! ^^DSC_0905.JPG
^^ The final products…^^

I am one of those people who likes making their cards opposed to buying them. Sometimes I get so proud of my cards that I’m more excited for people to see them than the actual present haha! I hope you guys enjoyed this and maybe try to make them yourself, cause they were super fun to make!

Can you believe there are only, like, 15 days til Christmas?!?!?!? AHHH!!!

DIY Branch Jewelry Holder

DIY Branch Jewelry Holder

Last night, I was reorganizing my room a bit. I came across a box of jewelry and some necklaces were tangled together, and I decided to organize them. I looked up jewelry holder DIY’s on Pinterest and they were all pretty complicated and/or had materials I don’t have. I have been into doing weaving with sticks lately, and I had some unused ones in my room. (Weird, I know!)

Here are the materials you’ll need:
-Drywall screws (or whatever kind of screws you have, it really doesn’t matter)
-branch (preferably a sturdy one that will be able to hold your jewelry.)

Here’s how I made it:

Step 1:
Take the branch and place the screw where you want it.


Step 2:
Take the screwdriver and twist the screw into the branch. You will need to push it in with a lot of force. You’ll know when it’s secure. I don’t like mine super close together and perfect. I mean… it IS a stick, after all, and sticks aren’t perfect! 🙂 I placed them all down the branch until it was pretty full, but you can do as many as you want.


Step 3:
Figure out where you want it on your wall. Depending what kind of wall you have, you may have to use a different kind of screw, but since mine are drywall, I used the same kind that I used in the branch. So if your walls aren’t drywall, check before you put in the screws!!


Step 4:
Place the branch on the wall, and add your jewelry! This is the fun part! 🙂 If your stick has little tiny branches sticking out of it, like mine does, you can add rings to it! I also hung some earrings from it, too.


This was a super fun craft, and it looks so good in my room! I think it will inspire me to wear more jewelry! If you try this, be sure to tag me in a photo on Instagram or Twitter!

Hope you enjoyed this #StudioJosieDIY!

Happy Sunday!


Valentine’s Day Doily Garland DIY! 

Happy Friday! I have the day off today because of the SNOW! First snow day of the year! Whoo hoo! This morning I made hot chocolate pancakes. They were delicious! I’m not going to post the recipe, but you can click on the link to check them out.

So good!!

So anyways, since I’m trapped in for the day, why not do a fun craft? Valentine’s Day is only a week from Sunday! I found some doilies in my room, and I had some twine too. I love love loooooove garlands and I think they’re so pretty and fun. So, without further ado, here’s the FIRST Studio Josie craft!


  • Doilies (whatever color, I used silver, white, and red. You can probably find them at a craft store)
  • Twine
  • Scissors (forgot to include them in the picture – oops!)
  • Tape


Turn the doily around so that you can’t see the color. (If it’s white it won’t matter which side) Thread the twine through one of the holes in the doily.

Then, thread it through the other side.


Continue doing that with all of the other doilies.

I tied a little knot on the first and last one to keep them secure.

Find the spot you want to put them. I put them on the ceiling over my bed! Tape them, and then cut the extra twine off the end so it doesn’t hang down. Here’s the final product!


Hope you guys enjoyed the first craft on my blog! If you happen to try this out, post a picture and use the hashtag #StudioJosieDIY and tag me!

Have a great day!