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Frosty Snowman Pretzels | DIY

Frosty Snowman Pretzels | DIY

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Snowman Holiday Gift Tags {free printable} ~ Sweet vintage snowman postcard series for Christmas holiday gift tags.

Smart Magazine | DIY: Christmas bulb wreath. looks easier than gluing bulbs to a frame.

REVERSIBLE Happy HALLOWEEN and Merry CHRISTMAS Wood Blocks home decor holiday seasonal vinyl lettering primitive on Etsy, $35.00

31+ easy and creative Christmas treat ideas! #Christmastreats

They're really easy and cheap! I just used a set of ornaments from the dollar store (a pack of 6 was $1), cheap acrylic paint, cheap "puffy"...

Fun Disney-inspired Holiday Crafts

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holiday cookies--repin via Lisa-Marie Wells #zincdoor #holidaystyle #holidaydecor #cookies

Grinch kabobs. Mini marshmallow, strawberry, banana slice, and green grape.

Made from hand prints and foot print. Santa is made from thumb prints.

And finally, who couldn’t use a little merry and Sprite? I took apart the six pack and gave a few extras to the office staff as well.

What I found was so great about the caramel bugles, besides being incredible delicious and addictive was that they are coated in a sweet gla...

  • Diane Davis

    3 cups mini pretzels 1/2 cup craisins 1 cup salted dry roasted peanuts 2 cups Rice Chex 2 cups holiday colored M&M’s 8 oz. white chocolate for melting Spread all your ingredients, EXCEPT M&M’s, out on a baking sheet lined with parchment or wax paper. Melt your white chocolate according to package directions and drizzle over the pretzel mix. Transfer into a large bowl and coat mix with chocolate. Return to baking sheet to allow to dry. When chocolate is set, sprinkle M&M’s and Bugle Santa Hats over the mix.

"Love you to pieces"....could be used with many different occasions!

Melted Snowman Ornament made from Kosher Salt, Peppercorns and a Orange Paper Cone

PaperCuts: Post Christmas, Christmas Post

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These hand sanitizers were such a hit at Halloween I decided to do a Christmas version for my 12 Days of Teacher Gifts.

Each gift was packaged in a white lunch sack using these labels

Here’s an easy one: Reindeer Noses.  Really, just an excuse for me to buy cherry sours and Whoppers.

Another tag I created and tucked into a clear craft bag with a tube of Chapstick for a fun – and useful – wintry gift.