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Creative Centerpiece idea!-Mini Christmas Tree made from children's wood blocks and vintage mini ornaments.

This will be on our door this Christmas! Could be my most favorite pin EVER!!!Santas key for Jesus- Dear Santa, This magic key works just for you, Please open the door and come on through. Thank you for coming to our house tonight. We are celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. Thank you Santa for the gifts you bring. Thank you Lord for everything.

Snowman ornament made from battery powered tealight. Would make cute party favors!

Santa sacks. Leave old toys for santa to take and fix up and give to other kids. Love this - Great way to get kids to give away old toys!

Our Elf arrived with a note from Santa and an empty box for each girl. They were instructed to fill their box with toys to donate to other children, so Santa would have room to leave new toys. The girls loved it, and boxes were filled within hours.

inspire co.: home for Christmas... Love the drum to hold the Christmas tree in the far left corner.

Not to eat, but just as neat. Make these Christmas ornaments with foam balls, glitter and a cupcake wrapper!

Original pinner says: "Each year our kids must choose ten old toys to put in their Santa bags. These must be toys in decent shape that other kids would actually want. We leave the bags under our tree on Christmas Eve. Santa takes the old toys back to the North Pole to fix them up he leaves new toys in the bag. Great way to declutter, recycle old toys, and teach the kids about giving

Handprint Tree Skirt - Every year put your kids hand prints on a plain tree skirt! Over the years it will be a FUN keepsake! Fun memories at Christmas time! LOVE THIS!!!!

The Pajama Elves Story - a Christmas Eve Tradition where elves deliver magical pajamas to good girls and boys that help them sleep soundly on Christmas Eve.(where has the story been all my life??)

Elf donuts--actually cheerios, to leave with Santa's cookies. This is the cutest thing ever!

Photo printed on vellum and inserted into a glass ornament.

Each kid gets their own wrapping paper - none of the gifts are marked, and in order to know which gifts are theirs, they have to find a tiny piece of their wrapping paper in the bottom of their stocking. it's a little last minute excitement, as they see the gifts, but don't know which belongs to who. love this!

Hot Chocolate Cupcakes - perfect for a Christmas party or dessert exchange! Love the candy cane handle!

Wooden letter Ornament - easy gift to put together, get inexpensive wooden letters from the craft store and modge-podge fun scrapbook paper on, add a hook and ribbon and voila!