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For the Christmas tree- Glue 2 mini mirrors, back to back and insert a silver metallic cord for hanging. Fill the insides of the tree with these after putting on the lights, but before putting on the ornaments. The sparkle will be tripled...and Christmas tree sparkle is awesome.

Put tiny mirror ornaments inside your Christmas tree to amplify the sparkle from your Christmas lights.

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Recycling Christmas Lights Activity

Recycling Christmas Lights - when you just need a couple to light up skull eyes. How smart!!

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DIY Oversized Ornaments

Oversized ornament tutorial made with light globe and tuna can.

Punch holes in tree and have kids glue tissue paper on the back to make it look like lights. Plus has a tree template to print!

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DIY Ideas for This Christmas on Pinsterest

Because everyone should know how to fold a napkin into a tree!

OMG so easy. I need to make me some of these. How to make easy DIY tomato cage Christmas trees.

Felt Christmas tree that your toddler can decorate over and over and leave the real one alone.

Who comes up with this stuff?? Awesome Cleaning Slime am 1 tablespoons of white (Elmers) glue. Add about 1 spoon full of water. Mix. Then in another cup put 2 tablespoons of borax and 2 tablespoons of water. Pour the glue solution and the borax solution together and you get slime. Add some food color to the glue first if you want a cool color.

LOVE THIS IDEA!!! Original pinner says: "Each year our kids must choose ten old toys to put in their Santa bags. These must be toys in decent shape that other kids would actually want. We leave the bags under our tree on Christmas Eve. Santa takes the old toys back to the North Pole to fix them up he leaves new toys in the bag. Great way to declutter, recycle old toys, and teach the kids about giving

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Our Holly Jolly Holiday Gift Guide

glue magnets to plastic ornaments for a fun way to decorate your fridge during Christmas.