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Fruit Christmas trees - Funny how-to guide with pictures for creating beautiful and cute Christmas trees from fruit and vegetables. *

Homemade Cinnamon Ornaments. I would use these year round and hang them throughout the house for homemade air freshner

  • Sharon Klopf

    These are awesome! We made them for parent gifts last year in second grade. Just pulled them out and they are on our tree THIS year, they were perfect (and still smell good). I bet Namine would love making and decorating these :)

Footprint Reindeer DIY Kids holiday project need to make one of these and hang it on the wall every Christmas!!

adorable trend and so much less doodads baubles to lug around when getting out the wrapping supplies. Chalkboard-inspired gift wrapping DIY.

Christmas Craft Ideas - 50 Pics

Fill a round balloon with water and set outside until almost frozen through. Run hot water over frozen globe until balloon pops off. Pour out unfrozen water from inside and insert a tealite. Makes a great walkway accent. These are gorgeous.

Melted Crayon Ornaments! Take the top off, drop in bits of crayon (colors mix to make other colors), top back on and hold, Use hair dryer heat to the crayons until they begin to melt, & swirl.

Cinnamon ornaments-- we have these ornaments on our tree from about 20 years ago and they STILL smell amazing! I'm glad to now know how to make them :)

7 Homemade Christmas Candies, 4 Ingredients or Less

Holiday caramel Pecan Logs. Ingredients: 2 teaspoons plus 1/2 cup butter, softened, divided 3-3/4 cups confectioners’ sugar 1/2 cup nonfat dry milk powder 1/2 cup sugar 1/2 cup light corn syrup 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 package (14 ounces) caramels 1 tablespoon milk or half-and-half cream 2 cups chopped pecans.

You may think this is ice, but it's scrunched up plastic wrap and water!! Perfect for holiday displays!

Donuts and Milk as Christmas presents for neighbors!!! Something different than simply cookies.

First, paint the bottom of a glass ball ornament with two coats of white acrylic paint; let dry after each coat. Then use a small, round brush to paint white trees in different sizes. Once the trees have dried, add small dashes of red acrylic paint to the trees to resemble cardinals. After the red paint has dried, use the bristle tips to add small white dots for falling snow.