Adri Robles
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How to snowflake window clings. Decorate for Xmas party or just for the season

snowflake window clingy things Here's how: Put a design on paper Cover it with wax paper. Trace a design onto the wax paper with puffy paint. Dry overnight and peel carefully. You've got yourself a cupcake-made window cling!

Since this is a large decoration, these trees look pretty in an entryway, or nestled in a corner. They take some time to make (allow one hour per tree) but the technique itself is very easy. You can use holiday wrapping paper (the most inexpensive option) or use patterned scrapbooking paper.

Things Needed for a Paper Cone Tree: cardboard tube, from the center of a wrapping paper roll; or use a paper towel tube for a shorter tree wrapping paper, or scrapbook paper, in patterns/colors of your choice tape scissors ruler

Made with a paper cone and yarn. Dip the yarn in Elmer's glue and while it's wet wrap it around the cone. Let it dry completely and then remove it from the cone. Then decorate!

DIY Christmas tree decoration Made with a paper cone and yarn. Dip the yarn in Elmer's glue and while it's wet wrap it around the cone. Let it dry completely and then remove it from the cone. Then decorate!

For the Table Top... maybe use wreath battery christmas light and different christmas fabric

Lighted Burlap Garland - To decorate for a rustic Christmas this year, try sprucing up your garland by adding festively colored burlap ribbons to a string of white lights. A perfect decoration idea got.