Christmas Ornaments ~ Use any type ornament, then use a hot glue type glue to make design. Let dry then spray paint..
Giant wood tag front door decor
chalkboard Christmas ornament on a candleholder for place cards or food identifiers
Great idea! I wish my parents did this. After time passes you *know* ornaments are special, but for some its hard to remember why -- or when you got them.
Newspaper and single-letter gift tags
Cinnamon ornaments- they make your tree smell AMAZING!!!
Candy Cane Dust - put candy canes in food processor and pulverize - Add to your hot cocoa - Add to your coffee - Add to icing - Sprinkle on cakes and cookies - Add to cake or cookie batter - Dip chocolate pretzels in it - Sprinkle on ice cream or yogurt!!!
Love these snowballs! They won't melt!! cute for front porch!
Materials: Knife or carving kit, Pumpkins, Pen, Scissors, Stiff felt or paper for ears, Newspaper, Curved cucumber or skinny gourd for tail, Mini pumpkins for paws, Black floral spray, Wood floral picks (5 or 6 per pumpkin; optional), Mallet or hammer for attaching picks to base pumpkin (optional), Tea-light candle in flat dish or jar lid, Clay polymer or poster putty.
How to make cat lanterns
Wine Glass Snowmen Candle Holders - very cute!
Genius!! -For the Christmas tree- Glue 2 mini mirrors, back to back and insert a silver metallic cord for hanging. Fill the insides of the tree with these after putting on the lights, but before putting on the ornaments. The sparkle will be tripled.
Another cute countdown. Activities include: Make hot chocolate and stir with candy canes Make a treat and take it to a friend Watch a christmas movie and eat popcorn Go out for a Christmas treat Do something nice for someone Drive around and look for Christmas lights //Can't wait to do this stuff with my twin angels
Activities include: Make hot chocolate and stir with candy canes Watch a christmas movie and eat popcorn Go out for a Christmas treat Do something nice for someone Drive around and look for Christmas lights