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Newpaper Chirstmas Ornaments

ball with old book pages and glitter. Could be really pretty with old Christmas carol sheet music as well.wish I had not gotten rid of all my old books!

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DIY: Sock Snowmen

Winter Shadow Boxes by MarylinJ

No directions here, but it looks pretty easy. DIY Snow Kissed Forest in Min's / Christmas or Winter Shadow Box - (Click Photo) /

Old, burnt out Christmas lights dipped in glitter then piled in a big clear jar. I love this idea.

Old, burnt out Christmas lights dipped in glue then glitter. Pile in a big clear jar. Great idea to put in a clear jar to add holiday decor to a room

Christmas door "wreath" or wall decor: Goodwill frame, painted with Christmas bells and sparkle ribbon added. Would be cute for any season with different colors and hanging items! Totally my idea of a wreath :)

DIY Glitter Twine Ball Ornament Tutorial | 27 Spectacularly Easy DIY Christmas Tree Ornaments, see more at http://diyready.com/spectacularly-easy-diy-ornaments-for-your-christmas-tree

35 Spectacularly Easy DIY Ornaments for Your Christmas Tree

DIY Glitter Twine Ball Ornament Tutorial Start with a balloon and some twine and end up with a Glitter Twine Ball Ornament

Verfstaaltjes halen bij de bouwmarkt en deze gebruiken om achter een open vorm te plakken.

Though it still has some days before Christmas, you think a right time to think about choosing the Christmas gifts? We suggest that you DIY Christmas gifts instead of buying them in the shops because DIY projects can save money as well a

Tutorial: How to Make New Ornaments Look 鈥淰intage鈥?..I love the vintage look

Tutorial: How to Make New Ornaments Look “Vintage”Great way to "stretch" your vintage ornament collection (hint: alcohol works as well, if you don't want to risk nail polish remover around your new mani)

Pinecones make great decorations, but bake them first to eliminate bugs! It takes just about 45 minutes at 200 degrees.

Friendly reminder: as you collect those pinecones and acorns this season, remember to bake the bugs out! Pre-heat your oven to 200 degrees and then put your pine cones in for 45 minutes.