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Put your mark on the Christmas tree with some homemade ornaments! Use cornstarch, baking soda, and water to make your own clay, then roll it out onto a lined baking sheet and use holiday cookie cutters to make different shapes. Bake them for about an hour, then have fun decorating with shiny ribbon, sequins, paint, and anything else you can think of!

Cool Holiday Decorations To DIY!

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Make these sweet Embossed Clay Star Decorations using air drying clay and hang on your tree this Christmas.

Embossed Clay Star Decorations.

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For the Table Top... maybe use wreath battery christmas light and different christmas fabric

Top 10 Last-Minute DIY Christmas Decorations – Top Inspired

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Knitted Mitten Cookies | 25 Craft-Inspired Desserts That Are (Almost) Too Cute To Eat

25 Craft-Inspired Desserts That Are (Almost) Too Cute To Eat

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Brown paper wrappings,use butchers paper or brown post office paper or cut up brown paper bage..twine and a sprig of pine from your tree... I also use string from wrapping meat from deli or butcher. It also comes in off white. I use raffia for everything including under my tree! Its cheap and looks spiffy

Chocolate Saltine Toffee, also known as Christmas Crack, is one of the easiest and most addicting holiday dessert recipes we've come across. When you put chocolate and caramel together in a recipe that takes about ten minutes to make, you know you're in trouble. You won't want to, but try to save some for your guests.

Chocolate Saltine Toffee, also known as Christmas Crack, is one of the easiest and most addicting holiday dessert recipes we've come across. When you put chocolate and caramel together in a recipe that takes about ten minutes to make, you know you're in trouble. You won't want to, but try to save some for your guests.