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Christmas Ideas, Decorating + Recipes

A collection of DIY Christmas gift ideas, decorating and recipes.

Create a snowflake wreath using the left over branches cut from the bottom of your Christmas tree.

Fir Snowflake Holiday Wreath

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Create a snowman using 3 different sized grapevine wreaths (available at craft stores) tie a scarf and complete with a top hat.

Create a simple and natural Christmas display using glass bottles and branches from your Christmas tree.

A simple and natural Christmas display. A Nautical crate gives the potted evergreen tree a home for the winter.

Add a festive winter flair to a potted boxwood using sprigs of evergreen and ornaments.

Use an old window to hang on the front porch or a wall inside. Use spray snow to create a snowy look and adorn with greenery and ornaments.

Santa Footprints. Place a large shoe on the fireplace hearth and/or floor and sprinkle powdered sugar around it to look like Santa left some snow prints behind.

Nantucket Cranberry-White Chocolate Cookies. Let these coastal-inspired cookies adorn your holiday table with their sweet appearance and delight your tastebuds with their decadent flavor.

Nantucket Cranberry-White Chocolate Cookies | MyRecipes.com

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Create an ice wreath for Christmas Eve or Christmas morning. Step by Step instructions

White chocolate oreos with peppermint Christmas cookie

You don't always need to trim the tree. Sometimes they look beautiful all on their own. Try this simple Christmas tree and avoid the tangles of lights and the hanging of ornaments. And have the time to enjoy the Christmas season.

Candy-cane stirring sticks for cocoa & cocktails!

Use old sweaters to make fuzzy, DIY stockings!

LOVE THIS IDEA!!! Start bedtime routine as usual, while one parent makes bags of popcorn and hot cocoa and places them in the car, dont forget to have Christmas music to play! When the kids climb into bed, they will find a ticket hidden. The kids are instructed to grab their slippers and head for the car. Upon entrance, you hole punch the ticket, and travel around the city looking at all the beautiful lights.