All 12 Days of Christmas 2014

12 Days of Christmas Recipes, Crafts, and Style

I love this time of year! Everyone is crafting and cooking up a storm and those are two of my favorite things to do! I found and created some really awesome Christmasy things this year and have been sharing them over the last 12 days! If you missed them, you’re in luck because I’ve complied them all for you today! Check them all out and let me know if you happen to make any of them, I would LOVE to see how they turned out!12 Days of Christmas- Crafts, recipes, and Christmas fun

Day 1: Homemade Marshmallows

Day 2: Santa Claus Wreath

Day 3: Snowflake Chandelier

Day 4: Winter Wonderland

Day 5: Chocolate Covered Stir Spoons

Day 6: Winter Centerpiece

Day 7: Snowy Light Wall

Day 8: Slow Cooker Hot Chocolate Bar

Day 9: Cupcake Liner Christmas Trees

Day 10: Giant Snowflakes

Day 11: Blogger Gift Guide

Day 12: Gifts In A Mason Jar

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12 Days of Christmas Day 7: Snowy Light Wall

12 Days of Christmas Recipes, Crafts, and Style

I wish I had thought of this idea 10 years ago when I was in high school. Today’s Christmas DIY would have been PERFECT for my high school self’s room. Why? Well, first it is freakin’ cool looking. Second, it’s no mess and won’t tear up your walls, my mother would have ACTUALLY allowed this! High impact, no damage. Who could ask for anything more really? I told my sister that she needs to do this behind my 16 year old niece’s bed, I think it would look amazing as a faux headboard or just behind a regular one!

Snowfall Wall

The walls you see in those pictures are from our company holiday party. It looked like glowing snow falling on each end of the room, and it was SO cool! I really want to do this in our dining room for Christmas some day when we finally have Christmas at our own house!

Fabric Light Wall with giant snowflake corner

How do you do it? So easy! You take these sheer curtains from Amazon ($5.99) and put them onto 36″ long wooden dowels (Hobby Lobby). Then you take two command strip hooks and you hang the dowel like you would a curtain rod onto the hooks. Once you have all of your curtains up, you take smaller command strip hooks and place one or two between the bigger hooks that are holding up the dowels. Then take your Christmas lights and string them up and down between the hooks. You can also use the big hooks that the dowels are on so that your lights are closer together and the snowy effect is even greater! For the snowflake cluster at the top, I used tissue pom poms, felt snowflakes (Dollar Tree), white paper lanterns, and made a HUGE snowflake with paper:)Pretty fabric covered light wall

If you have any questions about how this was all put together let me know in the comments below, or email me at allthatglitters810 at

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12 Days of Christmas- recipes, crafts, and DIY

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