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Wahoo! A whole week of simple Christmas projects to make with the kids. Hello, Christmas break projects. Via Whatever

A whole week of simple Christmas projects to make with the kids. Via Whatever Wahoo! A whole week of simple Christmas projects to make with…

Kid’s shrinky dink ornaments. Everyone loves shrinky dinks and these make such sweet keepsakes!

kid's shrinky dink ornaments

kid's shrinky dink ornaments - T loves to draw and color right now.this would be perfect to preserve some of his artwork!

EVERYBODY SHOULD PIN THIS TO SAVE FOR WHEN THE TIME COMES :) The truth about Santa - this letter is inspiring.  Don't want to forget this when the time comes! - made me cry!

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This links to a beautiful letter to give your children when they ask "is Santa real? The truth about Santa - this letter is inspiring. Don't want to forget this when the time comes! (This made me tear up.what a beautiful mom!

turn your children's toys into ornaments- great idea for when your kids are older.  Look back and see what they played with.

Disney Christmas Tree & Ornaments - turn your children's toys into ornaments- great idea for when your kids are older. Look back and see what they played with.

A compiled list of the best Popsicle Stick Christmas Ornaments from our family...and all over the web!

Top 10 Popsicle-Stick Christmas Ornament Crafts

Each year as Christmas approaches we search for homemade Christmas ornament ideas for our yearly ornament project. This year I've found several unique popsicle stick ornaments and decided to put my favorites together here in this article.

“I Spy” Ornament Christmas Gifts  This cute and clever Christmas gift makes a wonderful interactive stocking stuffer for children of all ages. They will love spying for their little treasures, and they can save the ornaments to hang on the tree next year.

“I Spy” Ornament Christmas Gifts This cute and clever Christmas gift makes a wonderful interactive stocking stuffer for children of all ages. They will love spying for their little treasures, and they can save the ornaments to hang on the tree next year.

Soften candy canes in oven, then reshape into anything...

Peppermint: Reshaping Candy Canes {Basically, line a baking sheet with parchment paper place candy canes on top, and put 300 degrees for about minutes-reshape}

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