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Grab hanging baskets now on summer clearance sales! Add a few springs of garland, some battery operated lights, and add some pine cones and holly for this wonderful porch decoration. No need to buy one, make on! This one is $50 - could be made for a fraction of that!
add holly to little vases, fill with water and then add a tea-light
Christmas Ornaments with fishing line and a few crystal in between! In a window or even on the porch!
Fun for the Kids on Christmas Eve - Grinch Punch with Sprite and Lime sherbet and Green Sprinkles/sugar rim. this would be fun the night we watch the movie /or read the book!
Ideas for Hot Chocolate Bar for Christmas Morning...so cute!!
Cake Batter Cut Out Cookies from a Cake Mix. So much better than sugar cookies! 1 Box Cake Mix 2 Eggs 1 Stick Softened Butter 1 t Vanilla Instructions 1.Mix ingredients well. 2.Chill dough for 2 hours 3.Roll out on floured surface and cut with cookie cutters. 4.Decorate as desired. 5.Bake at 350 degrees for 12-15 minutes on a greased/lined cookie sheet
Cake Batter Cut Out Cookies from a Cake Mix. So much better than sugar cookies!
"Grinch Punch" with Sprite and Lime sherbet and Green Sprinkles/sugar rim.
This looks like a fun game for the family...maybe a Christmas gathering game!!!
Remember to use a toilet paper roll as a filler- makes ornaments go further in filling vases!
What a great tradition to start.... Have family put money in mason jar throughout year. At Christmas time, choose someone to bless (anonymously). On Christmas eve, deliver by Ring and Run. Must read the book "The Christmas Jar" it explains how it all started.
Turn ice cream cones into christmas trees & decorate
each little person gets their own wrapping paper---none of the gifts are marked, and in order to know which gifts are theirs, they have to find a tiny piece of their wrapping paper in the bottom of their stocking. it's a little last minute excitement, as they see the gifts, but don't know which belongs to who.
Each kid gets their own wrapping paper - none of the gifts are marked, and in order to know which gifts are theirs, they have to find a tiny piece of their wrapping paper in the bottom of their stocking. it's a little last minute excitement, as they see the gifts, but don't know which belongs to who. fun :)
christmas lights- do this in neutrals
Kids' Christmas list in an ornament with the year
SO doing this!! "May these sweets help you celebrate Jesus, the very sweetest gift of all..." A candy-cane, shaped like a shepherd’s staff, to remind you that Jesus came to be your Good Shepherd (John 10:11). A gold-wrapped Rolo, shaped like a crown, to remind you that Jesus is the King of Kings (Revelation 19:16). Smarties, to remind you that Jesus is the Wonderful Counselor (Isaiah 9:6). A Dove, a symbol for peace, to remind you that Jesus is the Prince of Peace (Isaiah 9:6). ...
to help them celebrate Jesus, the Sweetest Gift. Each candy represents one of Jesus' names.
Wrap up twenty-five Christmas children's books and put them under the tree. Before bed each evening, your kids choose one book to open and read together until Christmas. Love it!
shut the front door! i didn't know it was THIS easy to make those adorable ornament wreaths! good afternoon, homemade christmas presents. =)