DIY Christmas Wreath. Simple felt snowflakes!
Hand painted Christmas clothespins on Etsy but I thought it was a great idea for kids to decorate clothespins, add a magnet to the back and they can hang their art on fridge or magnetic board- just a thought
Instead of gingerbread house, make a gingerbread nativity...love the marshmallow sheep!
Sugar cubes and royal icing serve as the bricks and mortar for this confectionery Christmas house. Add a few architectural details -- peppermint sticks for roof shingles, jelly beans to line the windows, and rock candy along the rooftop -- and you'll have a fanciful creation that requires no baking.
Sugar Cube House with peppermint stick roof. Very cute!! Full instructions!
Using a holly leaf stencil, trace onto old cards and cut out holly shapes. With a glue gun, glue a toothpick onto the backside of each of the leaves to form a 1-inch pick at the "bottom" of each leaf. Take a 10-inch Styrofoam wreath and insert these leaf picks around the shape until it is completely covered. Maybe just a regular leaf stencil and any greeting card!!!
Christmas Card Wreath - Good Housekeeping
Kids' Christmas list in an ornament with the year. It would be so cool to go back and see what the children asked for years ago. Absolutely love this idea!
Make snowmen out of glue. Decorate with paper, glitter etc. Then let dry on wax paper- use them as gift tags
turn babys first shoe into a sentimental christmas ornament! write the year on the bottom!
I love this look for Christmas wrapping. (except the pink)
Sheet music circle punch trees
Never buy another craft cone again!! Cyndy created a template for 5 sizes of craft cones that are used to make sturdy cones out of rolled poster board. These cones are just as durable as the paper mache (because they are rolled twice). The Creativity Exchange
Christmas Photo Balls. I made these for Christmas gifts years ago. Everyone loves them. What I've learned: Make sure you use quality balls. The 1st time I used thin cheap ones, they broke easily and all that work was for nothing. Hadn't thought of using sugar for the snow, Pretty! I want to make one of these every year for our tree. ADORABLE
Christmas Photo Ornaments. I want to make one of these each year!
Glue plaque to candlestick, glue finial on top, then paint as desired (J-O-Y for Christmas, Chalkboard paint, B-O-O for Halloween, etc., etc.)
snowman tree...would be cute outside. You can buy the white trees at Dollar General for $20.00