Christmas Decorating (like they do in the magazines)
Christmas decorating crafts and ideas
Gingerbread Christmas cake
love the idea of heating the candy canes just enough to "shape" them as toppers.
ribbon and beads= christmas trees. Fun ornaments?
Put Cinnamon Sticks Around Candles For An AMAZING Smell!
Christmas fabric in embroidery hoops! Cute!
Candy cane heart wreath
The only way we will get a snowman here in Florida!
. Start by lining the box with dry florist's foam to anchor evergreen sprigs. Attach citrus fruits (lemons, oranges, limes) to florist's picks and tuck into the greenery. Add interest by cutting some of the fruits in half or adding decorative details. Editor's Tip: Make orange pomanders by using a large needle to poke holes into the orange. Push the stems of whole cloves into the holes.
I can smell the orange and clove now!
Candy Canes and Carnations Holiday Centerpiece - Add high-contrast punch to white table linens with a few touches of red. Red-and-white carnations and a striped runner (easily made from a fabric remnant) draw the eye to the center of this table and establish the candy cane theme. Fill a pretty glass bowl with ornaments and greenery for extra class.
Cute and simple!
Ornament Napkin Ring Make ornaments an integral part of your holiday table. Roll crisp napkins and tie a wide length of ribbon loosely around a rolled napkin. Slide a narrow length of ribbon through the knot of the wide ribbon, pull the ends of the wide ribbon to tighten the knot. Thread small ornaments onto each end of the narrow ribbon and secure the ornaments with knots. better homes and gardens
pretty way to set the table