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Peppermint Candy Christmas OrnamentsThese edible ornaments are so simple and thrifty. You could make a dozen ornaments at just a dollar per bag of peppermints! Use this method to create home decor or use these candies for edible decorating… one peppermint, melted in a tiny cookie cutter, would make a cute cupcake topper!

Peppermint Candy Christmas Ornaments

Kindergarten Korner: EEEK! Loving this new Christmas Craft!!!

25+ Christmas Decor Ideas - tons of very cute and creative decor ideas for Christmas! { }

Panel Wood CHRISTmas tree. $75.00, via Etsy. - love the simplicity of the design.

Saw this same tree at Anthro last year for waaay more than it should have been. I looked at it and said , "I could totally make that!" Now, here it is on Pinterest! lol #diy #crafts

Map Ball Ornament DYI You can find a map of your hometown, where you live now, where you got married, or any other special destination. They would make a great gift for newlyweds, neighbors that are new to the area, or for a military family!

Santa Letter, for when the kids find out....absolutely LOVE this

Wrap up twenty-five children's books and put them under the tree with a special blanket next to them. Before bed each evening, your kids choose one book to open and read together until Christmas. Love it! This might be better than an advent calendar!!

Santa Letter, for when the kids find out....absolutely LOVE this

"Save a map from your vacation and make your own souvenir keychain out of a Jenga block." I put ribbon in place of the keyring and turned them into Christmas ornaments for our tree. I covered three sides and put the date of that specific trip on the 4th side. <----- An even better idea!

Great idea! I wish my parents did this. After time passes you *know* ornaments are special, but for some it's hard to remember why -- or when you got them.

The Christmas Pickle. On Christmas Eve, you lay out the pickle ornament in front of the tree with the milk and cookies for Santa. Then, Santa hides the pickle ornament. In the morning, the first person to find the pickle ornament receives an extra present from Santa - a tradition from the 20s. -