Serving Tray made from Peppermints

Peppermint Candy Ornaments peppermint candies metal cookie cutters non-stick cooking spray parchment paper toothpick or skewer twine or ribbon Preheat oven to 350F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Spray the inside of each cookie cutter with cooking spray. Lay cookie cutters on baking sheet and fill with a layer of peppermints. Bake for 5-10 minutes. Keep an eye on candy as it melts, remove from oven when candies have melted together. Lightly coat a toothpick with cooking spray and ...

Hard Candy plates & bowl. To make arrange candies on parchment paper, bake for 10 minutes @ 350. Cool. To make bowl, let bowl form set for about 2-3 minutes then shape over a glass bowl. Let dry.

NO sew ruffled tree skirt with pic tutorial. Seriously, so easy.

Cream Cheese Mints | Edible Gift Idea. I will be making these at Christmas time, they look amazing and easy to make! Perfect holiday treat.

(^o^)/YES!…… Xmas mantle piece idea glasses and baubles - I LOVE THIS. Would look super cute on the table on christmas eve too.

Inject some food coloring into lemons and they completely change colors! Fun for a party!!

Literally made from peppermint candies. Just throwin in the freaking oven with a candlestick smooshed in it. AHHHH SO COOL! Peppermint Serving Tray

Family Fingerprint Ornament: 2 cups flour, 1 cup salt, cold water. Mix until has consistency of play dough. Bake at 250 for 2 hours, then cool and spray with metallic paint.

Jolly Rancher Suckers... 200 degrees for 5 minutes

Make snowmen out of glue. Decorate with paper, glitter etc. Then let dry on wax paper- use them as gift tags! You could do different shapes for all occasions too! need to try

Peppermint Candy Serving Tray ~ While Tray is Still Warm and Candy is Still Soft and Pliable, Invert Pie Pan onto A Bowl to Make Into a Candy Bowl

Simple and sweet DIY Christmas gift for under $10!

So neat! Wear a Tree Skirt! Ugly sweater parties just got a bit more interesting

I have to remember this for Christmas!!...

diy handprint ornament - 1 cup flour, 1/2 cup salt, 1/2 cup water. Mix and knead 7-10 min. Bake 200 degrees for couple hours or let dry several days.

Snowflakes out of toilet paper rolls!

Sharpie a stencil on a plate. Bake at 350 for 10 mins = permanent

Pinterest Told Me To: Christmas Cheer To The Blogosphere!

Christmas Printable: I want to put a bunch of these around our house this year. Do you do anything fun like this for the holidays?