christmas decorating and cooking for kiddos
Smells like Christmas...one batch lasts for weeks!
NEXT YEAR...As cards come in, punch a corner on each one and added it to a metal ring with some decorative ribbon. Coffee table ready. Very clever, very clever...
mason jar candle. So easy to make! Got twine from the dollar store,wrapped it around the top, filled with epsom salts spiked witha generous dose of Lavendar oil, and put in a candle! So easy and so cute! I didn't add any vintage key or other decor but I will hit up the antique and thrift stores and I can always add it on! So happy with this!
Use Epsom salt as filler in a jar and place a tealight atop the salt. It will look like a candle sitting in snow.
Polar Express Hot Chocolate (aka the BEST hot chocolate you've ever tasted) --1.5 cups of heavy cream --1 can of sweetened condensed milk (14 oz) --2 cups of bittersweet chocolate chips --6 cups of milk --1 tsp vanilla extract
What an incredibly wonderful Christmas decoration!!! Putting your child's Xmas wish list into the bauble each year...how fun would that be to go back to years past and see what was wished for!! Man I SOOOOOO flippin wish I had some of these incredible ideas when my kids were young!! WHY did Pintrest take so long to show up!!! :)
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!
snowball ornament; coat with glue stick, dip in epson salt.
Baby's First Christmas shot
How to make cinnamon scented pine cones for fall!
Dollar Store version of Williams-Sonoma hurricane so cute, DIY, and inexpensive
Plastic plant saucers... tin cans in between, labels removed and silver paper wrapped around them. So easy!
For Your MistleToes gift tag FREE printable
DIY::Waterless snow globes
Twist 1 red and 1 white pipe cleaner together, form into a letter for each place setting
Christmas Money Wreath - Instead of Gift Card
Hot Cocoa Mix Ornaments How-To ~ You can gift them in many ways. Gift the ornament by itself or along with a mug and some kind of dipped spoon or candy cane