Things for holidays
Love these "mail" presents - Use craft paper or grocery sack for wrapping then Christmas stickers for the stamps. Crochet cotton string works for the string in this old fashioned "mailed" package wrapping. You can pickup some computer disc labels at the dollar stores to use as address labels. Copy postage cancel stamp images from Google and you have it. - Pam
Wrap Christmas presents like they were delivered from the North Pole.
Red Velvet Puppy Chow *5 C. Rice Chex cereal *3/4 C. white chocolate melts or chips *1/4 C. chocolate melts or chips *2 oz cream cheese, room temp *1 1/2 Tbsp. milk *1 C. Red Velvet Cake mix *1/2 C. powdered sugar *Valentines colored M's or other candies *Heart sprinkles for extra decoration and cute-ness
Homemade Christmas Lollipops - My experience: So much fun! She's not kidding, though, when she says you need to work fast - my sister and I only got about six lollipops before the candy was too hardened to get out. And clean-up was a mess - lots and lots of boiling water to redissolve the stuck-on candy in the bowl. I think the second attempt will go much better!
Homemade Christmas Lollipops
Spray Paint Mismatched Snow Village Buildings and Dust with Mica Snow organizedclutterq...
Festive Red & Green Sugar Cookie Brittle. #recipe
Cappuccino Cookie Balls – Made with cream cheese, crushed OREOs and instant coffee, these white chocolate-dipped Cappuccino Cookie Balls will please the coffee lovers on your list.
Christmas Cherries — dipped in white chocolate with silver sprinkles. - these are so so pretty!!!
Candy cane marshmallows for hot cocoa!
This is an even better Christmas lights scavenger hunt. We had tried a popular one on Pinterest, but did this on Night 2. We had a prize for the winner, and figured out if you called it first when it was spotted you checked it off your list. We had so much fun! The prize was a yummy jar of Christmas trail mix.