Plastic Spoon Christmas Tree
Pretzel Rolo Bites with a Reindeer twist - Heat oven to 200. Place tiny twist pretzels on a cookie sheet and place one rolo on top of each one. Put them in the oven for a few minutes. When they are squishy, take them out and press the broken pretzel antlers), white choc chip eyes and red M nose into the chocolate. Dot the eyes with mini chocolate chips or an edible marker!
Caramel dipped, chocolate covered pretzel rods. Cute!
Party at the North Pole. Cutest kids' Christmas party ever. Click to see all the awesome ideas.
I would have loved to get this when I was a teenager!!!! Great idea for teenager gift
This actually has a lot of great ideas!
Could be my most favorite pin EVER!!!Santa's key for Jesus- Dear Santa, This magic key works just for you, Please open the door and come on through. Thank you for coming to our house tonight. We are celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. Thank you Santa for the gifts you bring. Thank you Lord for everything.
~` lantern love `~
put drops of acrylic paint inside clear bulbs, then shake... christmas gifts!
Right on Grinch.
So cute!! Website where you take a picture of your tree, upload it, and pick a Santa to stick in your picture. Proof that Santa was at your house!!!
Fill balloons with water and add food coloring, once frozen cut the balloons off & they look like giant marbles.
Upside Down Wine Glasses & Christmas Ornaments underneath as candle holders!
Wall Nativity- I love this idea
DIY CRAFTS christmas tree tulle ! very easy! in any color or all colors!
A Very Corky Christmas
upside down gingerbread man=Reindeer. Genius.
very cute! Crepe paper the door for Christmas so they have to bust out when they wake up. (Santa did this to make sure they stayed in their rooms). No home is complete without some fun!
how cute is that tree tag?. Made out of a paint chip...so easy! - OK, I just had to share because I am wondering how many hardware stores are going to RUN OUT of green paint chips this year LOL!!!
TONS I mean TONS of Christmas printables and ideas from tags to decor!
1/2 cup salt, 1/2 cup warm water, 1 cup flour. Rolled out the dough and cut the shapes. Then poked large holes for the string, baked them at 250 for around two hours (until hard all the way through), painted with acrylic paints if desired.