Fill balloons with water and add food coloring, once frozen cut the balloons off and they look like giant marbles. fengshit: Fill balloons with water and add food coloring, once frozen cut the balloons off and they look like giant marbles.
What an awesome wrapping idea, take the first initial of whomever the present is for's name and wrap all of theirs with it, you wont even need tags. (unless, you have the same first letter or initial for every child) still a cute idea!
Repurposed "Jingle Bells" sheet music to create a whimsical package with festive cheer. Enlarge the music on a copier, and then print it onto thick paper. A satin bow and jumble of jingle bells provide the finishing touches.
Stove top Christmas scent --- One batch stays good for weeks, you just add water and heat it on low whenever you want to fill the house with a cinnamon Christmas smell. Cranberries, oranges, cloves, and cinnamon sticks!
How to create a magical Christmas when you have no money!
[Vintage lace and doilies look like intricate snowflakes against this simple kraft paper wrapping. The vintage button and ribbon are a beautiful added touch. Paper doilies would probably work just as well.
Gift Monogram Gift Monogram Recycle holiday cards as labels for presents. With a pencil, kids can draw (or stencil) the recipient's initial onto a card and cut it out. Punch a hole in the letter, and tie to gift with yarn or ribbon.
What a neat idea. You can pick up old costume jewelry at garage sales and thrift stores and use them to wrap your Gifts! Here they used old sheet music and newspapers with gold ribbon and costume jewelry pieces. It's the little things.