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    Throwing a holiday party for 12 on a budget. Great budget friendly decorating ideas

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    Cover coffee cans with wrapping paper and embellish them with ribbon for a custom look. More Christmas centerpieces: http://www.midwestliving.com/homes/seasonal-decorating/easy-christmas-centerpiece-ideas/?page=20,0

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try making some stamped wrapping paper with them. I cut open large mailing envelopes because I have a box of them to use up! Then I quickly stamped some strips, cut them out and used them on some parcels. I finished the gifts off with some washi tape, black ribbon and more paper feathers. All this gift-wrapping had me motivated to make some more gift tags

This is genius! I already put holiday cards and napkins, etc. Into a gift bag associated with the past events celebration, but the bags, until now, have been set upright on top shelves of closets. THIS idea would also allow quick access to holiday supplies for gift giving, not just hold memories. Plus, it would put items within reach!

Spray paint old coffee cans Copper to reuse as vases

brown paper packages...i do this only I let my kids finger paint or marker or sticker collage the gifts for friends and family

cupcake tower with soup cans and cardboard. I think I would sub foam circles for cardboard, then the ribbon would not just hang down, but be glued to the circle.

Book wrapping paper! Talk about cheap! lol. And you could also stamp red stars on this for christmas!