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Reuse old greeting cards used to decorate mason jar tops .

DIY Christmas Card Display

diy holiday card display


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40 DIY Holiday Gifts for Absolutely Everyone on Your List

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DIY Let It Snow Sign & Snowflake |

Mason Jar Candles! {let it snow} ~ from ~ spruce up your winter mandle with some cute new candles! #candle #masonjars #thefrugalgirls

Mason Jar Candle in Crafts, Gifts in a Jar

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12 holiday wreath ideas

Christmas village ladder


DIY Pallet Christmas Tree by Redhead Can Decorate

Pallet Christmas Tree - Redhead Can Decorate

christmas door decorations | Homemade Christmas Door Hanger Decoration Ideas | Family Holiday

Homemade Christmas Door Hanger Decoration Ideas | Family Holiday

Black 6 Pane Window Frame Mirror and Shelf by AsIsRepurposedItems, $125.00 Great for primitive or french country styles! www.asisrepurpose...

Love this

Great idea for old window pane.

The Kids' Chore Chart - A Turtle's Life for Me

OOOOHHHH....screams Christmas and lovely! Old window pane idea... Lighting

Uh..duh! Why didn't I think of that?

This is made from an old lid from a cooking pan. COOL!

Pepperment Oreo Truffles

Marshmallow Snowflakes for Hot Chocolate

Winter Wedding > Christmas #1688298 - Weddbook Would be a pretty alternative to a wreath, especially on a red front door!

I'm so doing this for Christmas! Love it! Except, I will probably add a Santa hat to cover the lid instead of ear muffs.

Sand down a pallet board and round the edges, I'd probably paint it red or green, perhapsy use a toothbrush white paint splatter technique.

Two of these would be great out front- can use the old pots I have in the garage, find sticks, find evergreen stuff from my tree, and buy dollar store bulbs!

brown paper, red ribbon, and string - we bought brown butcher paper from a teacher supply store to wrap our presents