Christmas will soon be here! Check below for 5 mostly quick and easy diy projects to make for your music-loving friends!
Make a "Meowcel" Grandjany catnip harp for all the kitty harpists you know. If you don't want to sew, check out the no-sew "O'Catalan" version.
Upcycle a t-shirt to have a harp cut-out on the back.
Give a letter opener to a musical twist.
Personalize some pressed powder - great for touching up makeup on gig breaks!
Stamp, bake, and assemble some musical earrings.
Which of these do you want to make? While you're in the crafting mood, you can also make one of these gift boxes with a tag like this. Do you want to make them for a teacher, student, colleague, or someone else? Please let me know in the comments or tag me on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook and show me your projects. And don't forget to pin (they changed the term to save, didn't they? Oh well. Save, pin, whichever) this to Pinterest.
Have a wonderful Christmas season!
P.S. I'd love to hear about your Christmastime gigs too!
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