30 Homemade Ornaments for the Kids - keepsakes, globe ornaments, and lots of them that the kids can make themselves!
Each kid gets their own wrapping paper - none of the gifts are marked, and in order to know which gifts are theirs, they have to find a tiny piece of their wrapping paper in the bottom of their stocking. it's a little last minute excitement, as they see the gifts, but don't know which belongs to who. love this!
Reshaping Candy Canes ~ line a baking sheet with parchment paper, place candy canes on top, and put it in a low oven (she did 300 degrees for about 6-7 minutes). Pull it out, and the candycane should be easy to reshape. If it cools before you are done, put it back in and heat it up again
† Easy Marbelized Ornaments by alisaburke - Fill a container with about 2-3" of water - mist the surface of the water with spray paint (outside!) - Add more colors - Let the colors blend together, shake or even stir to create swirls - Dip ornament & quickly remove. This tutorial is really for marbelizing paper, but you can use the same process on ornaments, and the color will dry to a permanent finish that won't peel or flake off.