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Super cute way to wrap Christmas presents.

Everyone's collection: Christmas Gift Ideas

Advent Wreath - Guide to Meaning~ Awesome tradition to keep focus on the real Christmas. Sunday Dinner: December 1st 2013, December 8th, 15th, 22nd. and then the Christ candle on 24th and/or 25th. Light each in progression until all 4 are light before Christmas day!

advent wreath « Families in Faith

I'm excited to try some of these ideas this year! I spend so much time focusing on kids every year. My husband needs some TLC!

12 Days of Christmas for your Husband

You're going to love this Easy Christmas Peppermint Patties recipe! Super easy to make, fantastically festive, and always a hit with kids a...

Easy Christmas Peppermint Patties - Mom On Timeout

Candy trains

Quick & Easy Halloween Decor

Adorable pumpkin Rice Krispies treats are perfect for fall with tootsie roll stem!

Easy Pumpkin Krispies Treats - Yummy Healthy Easy

Poinsettia Platter

Crayon Wreath....New Classroom, Christmas gift..teacher appreciation

Thoughtful teacher gift.

This would be a good teacher Christmas gift.

How to make Christmas Potpourri & add to a mason Jars for cute small gifts

Paper Bows

A better way to slice a pumpkin. Easier to scoop out seeds and you won't burn yourself trying to get a light in there!

Dollar store stockings as place setting decor.

Cute & Easy idea for bringing a cheese dish to a holiday party.

Graham cracker houses

DIY christmas crafts from Martha Stewart.

Love the galvanized bucket for the tree.

Crock pot sugared pecans. . .the smell in your house alone is divine! Would be great Christmas presents!

Wrap a toilet paper roll in gift wrap, insert gift inside, wrap in cellophane, and tie with ribbon!

Pumpkin Rice Krispie Treats w/ tootsie roll stump! SO CUTE

Witch Hat cookies! So cute! Cookie ingredients are Keebler Fudge stripe cookies (turned upside down), Hershey Kisses attached with orange Wilton tube icing.

Marshmallows dipped in caramel, left to harden, and dunked in chocolate... Sounds like a christmas party treat to me!