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Hot Cocoa Mix Ornaments

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For future reference: a site to buy mason jars in bulk for fairly inexpensive. They also have every jar style imaginable.

*SPICE TEA - 1 Cup Instant Tea (unsweetened) 2 Cups Tang 1 Cup Lemonade Mix (Countrytime, etc) 1/2 tsp Ground Cloves 1 tsp Ground Cinnamon Combine all dry ingredients in a bowl or large sealing bag; mix well. Serve 2 TBS mix in a mug of hot water. Mmmmmm, good! Some people use lemon flavored tea mix instead of individual tea and lemonade mix.

Snowman made from a baby food jar. The top jar is filled with marshmallows. The middle jar is filled with hot chocolate mix. The bottom jar is filled with mints! gifts for co-workers!

Snowman Cups~ First things first! Fill all your cups with goodies and close them with the lids! This makes them easier to hold when you paint them giving the super light Styrofoam a little more weight and with the lids on you can stack them!

coffe can crafts | You could always fill them with hot chocolate mix for a cute gift idea ...

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16 Simple Handmade Christmas Gift tutorials

Stove-top Potpourri Kits. Cute neighbor gift idea: one orange, 1/2 c cranberries, 1 Tbs whole cloves, 3 sticks cinnamon, a bit of grated nutmeg. Instructions: "Quarter the orange, place all in a small saucepan filled with water and simmer on lowest setting. Refill water as needed."

Silhouette Blog: 12 Days of Christmas : Hot Cocoa Snowman To create a cocoa snowman... First, fill 3 jars with hot cocoa, marshmallows and crushed peppermints. Then, stack them on top of one another, using small dots of hot glue to keep them in place. Cut the top hat and snowman shapes out of paper {vinyl works great for the face and buttons too!} assemble, and adhere them to the jars.