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    DIY ALERT: Dry orange slices by cutting the fruit and then baking them in a 200 degree oven for 3 hours to dry them out. Just flip the fruit slices every 30 minutes or so, in order for the fruit to dry evenly. Super easy! They look really pretty hung on a tree or in a window, as well. And, lemons and limes work great too!


    "Better than salt dough? 1/2 cup cornstarch, 1 cup baking soda, 3/4 cup water. Bake at 175 for about an hour. Great idea for modern white Christmas ornaments"

    Dried orange slices and cinnamon stick Christmas tree decorations.. They smell delicious!!

    Drying oranges for Christmas garlands and wreaths

    Oranges & cloves

    String with orange slices and berries for the Christmas tree #deco

    Love this simple holiday decorating / repurposing idea: Fill a crate with jars, candles, and greenery and/or pine cones. (via Kaleidoscope of Colors)


    Snowflake Pine Cone Charm Necklace

    Sweet use of a pine sprig and a little tin with walnuts and moss and little pine cones...

    Clove-studded Oranges with pretty ribbon to hang them from.... the aroma is amazing and SO pretty!

    How to make a snowflake wreath Easy Dollar store supplies! I love their snowflake decorations available every year!

    Pretty Christmas porch

    basket of pine cones

    easy Christmas wreath

    This would be extra lovely with dried orange slices.

    Painted Pine Cones

    vanilla, cloves, cinnamon, orange, apple

    3" Natural, Sparkles PIne Cone Ornament with flocked Eucalyptus, Tiny Pine Cones and a Jute Hanger

    Take white balloons and white tissue paper. blow up balloons, dip tissue in glue, cover balloons and let dry. cut out a space for battery tea light and use in center pieces. | click to see