Rather than a wreath...can totally make this with dollar tree supplies
snow cocoa: 2 cups whipping cream, 6 cups milk, 1 tsp vanilla extract and 12 oz white choc chips. crockpot on low for 2-3 hours
DID YOU KNOW... that you can get a REAL postmarked letter from the North Pole from the USPS??? ♥ Instructions are here [about.usps.com/news/. letters must be received by Dec.10 to ensure that your 'letters from Santa' get delivered to your little ones by Christmas Day! :)
Creative and Gorgeous!!! Great project for using left over scraps of this and that. Then the trees can be placed over old stemware, candlestick holders or vases which can be found around the house or from a thrift store for next to nothing. found at http://curioussofa.blogspot.com/2010/11/star-is-born.html#
In 1926, a group of decorative-lighting companies merged to create the National Outfit Manufacturers Assoc. in New York City. NOMA became the largest decorative Christmas lighting company in the United States. It distributed other holiday items such as this 1950s tree stand. It is made of colorful lithographed tin.
1950's Christmas tree stand
Elf door on the Christmas Tree! How cute!
Love them... so cute and simple!
Maya Road: 5x5 canvas albm stashed away in my drawer for "just the right project" and a stack of *ahem* last year's Christmas photos(via Instagram and PostalPix) and I knew they would be a perfect match. And guess what? I was right! My 4x4" photos fit perfectly on the pages, leaving just enough room to tuck in some diecuts, a bit of patterned paper, and even a transparent snowflake or two!
Christmas Mini Album.