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50 Easy and Homemade Christmas Ornaments

Just brush on glittering glue, roll the bulb in glitter, and let dry for 15 minutes. Then hot-glue a loop of metallic embroidery floss to the bulb's base.

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50 Easy and Homemade Christmas Ornaments

Take a more bohemian approach with your ornaments by making arrows with twigs, feathers, and wooden beads.

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50 Easy and Homemade Christmas Ornaments

To create this rustic ornament, paint a wood slice gold, then use a wood burner to draw a pretty snowflake.

50 Easy and Homemade Christmas Ornaments

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50 Easy and Homemade Christmas Ornaments

Making (and then hanging) these adorable felt trees is an easy craft for the whole family.

50 Easy and Homemade Christmas Ornaments

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50 Easy and Homemade Christmas Ornaments

These charming crafts are made with twigs and decorated with button stickers, pine needles, berries, twine, and felt. They can even be used for festive wall art this holiday season.

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28 Country Ways to Add Christmas Cheer to Your Mantel

Bright lights, personalized stockings, and red cardinal-decorated plants make this a fun display your family (dog included) will love.

28 Country Ways to Add Christmas Cheer to Your Mantel

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28 Country Ways to Add Christmas Cheer to Your Mantel

A simple garland and gold star wall decals frame the beautifully hung advent calendar. Touches of gold on top of the mantel tie everything together with decorations like candle sticks, a vintage banner, tinsel, and bottle brush trees.

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28 Country Ways to Add Christmas Cheer to Your Mantel

The wooden sign above this mantel is an eye-catching piece that will remind your guests of what the season is all about.

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50 Easy and Homemade Christmas Ornaments

For these winter wonderland globes, you'll need plastic old-fashioned light bulb ornaments, white glitter, mini bottle brush trees, red and white striped baker's twine, and a hot glue gun.

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28 Country Ways to Add Christmas Cheer to Your Mantel

This cozy Wisconsin cabin's stone fire place gets a warm and cozy touch from a fir garland.

28 Country Ways to Add Christmas Cheer to Your Mantel

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28 Country Ways to Add Christmas Cheer to Your Mantel

A wreath in the shape of a star, bright and cheery presents, and country-style stockings create the perfect Christmas scene for a festive mantel.

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39 Breathtaking Christmas Table Settings & Centerpieces

To craft the centerpieces for her dining room table, this blogger used cranberries, juniper, and a layer of Epsom salt.

39 Breathtaking Christmas Table Settings & Centerpieces

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39 Breathtaking Christmas Table Settings & Centerpieces

How adorable are these? They're easy to make – just string cranberries onto a piece of wire, twist the wire around, add pieces of tree trimmings, and attach flag-shaped kraft paper tags onto each one.

39 Breathtaking Christmas Table Settings & Centerpieces

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39 Breathtaking Christmas Table Settings & Centerpieces

In just five minutes, you can create these stunning luminaries using jars (Mason jars are our pick, but pickle jars work just as well), cranberries, cedar clippings or something green, and floating candles.

39 Breathtaking Christmas Table Settings & Centerpieces

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39 Breathtaking Christmas Table Settings & Centerpieces

Made using a 4x—4 post cut into 3 pieces, frog tape, a drill, and 1 1/2 inch spade bit, sander, and twine, these peppermint candlesticks will freshen up your tablescape this holiday season.

39 Breathtaking Christmas Table Settings & Centerpieces

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39 Breathtaking Christmas Table Settings & Centerpieces

Bring the fun for the kids with this super simple and festive way to create a Christmas table centerpiece. All you'll need is scrapbook paper, toothpicks, tape, and red foil-wrapped Hershey's Kisses.

39 Breathtaking Christmas Table Settings & Centerpieces

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39 Breathtaking Christmas Table Settings & Centerpieces

This is a quick and simple way to make a stunning centerpiece for your Christmas dinner table. From your local craft store, you'll need a pine wreath, red and gold jingle bells, berry brush, two mini red berry stems, four poinsettia balls, and a clear glass apothecary jar.

39 Breathtaking Christmas Table Settings & Centerpieces

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16 New Ways to Display Your Holiday Cards

Hang wooden dowels and ribbon on the back of a door for a unique holiday card hanging spot.

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16 New Ways to Display Your Holiday Cards

In this Tudor home, an old orchard staple becomes a fruitful holiday display with season's greetings (secured with clothespins attached to a string) along one side.

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16 New Ways to Display Your Holiday Cards

A century-old coaster in the living room of this cozy cottage calls to mind winters past and showcases a flurry of Christmas greetings.

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16 New Ways to Display Your Holiday Cards

This card holder, assembled from furring strips, is a DIY masterpiece decorated with a dark stain, twine, jingle bells, pinecones, and stems.

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16 New Ways to Display Your Holiday Cards

This whimsical layout lets you hang holiday cards along fairy lights and will brighten up any room with Christmas cheer.

16 New Ways to Display Your Holiday Cards

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16 New Ways to Display Your Holiday Cards

Using burlap (this blogger specifically used lace floral burlap), 1/4" to 1/2" coordinating ribbon, scissors, hot glue, and measuring tape, you can make this marvelous display in just 30 minutes.

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11 Playful Ideas for the Christmas Kids' Table

For less than $5, turn an adult game into kid-friendly fun. It'll make your little ones jingle with excitement all the way into the night.

11 Playful Ideas for the Christmas Kids' Table

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11 Playful Ideas for the Christmas Kids' Table

To assemble the snowmen bowling pins, you'll need toilet paper rolls, white construction paper, pipe cleaners, pom-poms, markers, scissors, and hot glue.

11 Playful Ideas for the Christmas Kids' Table

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