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Have your children write up their christmas wish list, then put it in a clear christmas ball. Write that year on the outside of the ball. What a great keepsake this would be!

Kids' Christmas list in an ornament with the year. It would be so cool to go back and see what the children asked for years ago. Absolutely love this idea! ~ The Farmer's Nest: Christmas Ornament Time Capsule {DIY}

write a letter to each child at christmas, put it in a special box ornament on the tree, and tell children about the year, and the special meaning they have in your lives as parents.

Fun Christmas Tradition Ideas for Families

We do 'the 12 days BEFORE' Christmas-- activities and/or a service activity each day. Different each year-- 10 Fun Family Christmas Tradition Ideas. Such great family holiday memories to make :)

Dimples and Tangles: Personalized Ornaments

Personalized Ornaments

Did i already pin this? Well, I'm pinning again.Dimples and Tangles: Personalized Ornaments - they are made with a paint pen, but I would add rhinestones on the dots to bling em out!

Babys First Christmas Ornament. Modge podge a block. Cute!

Baby's First Christmas Ornament. Modge podge a block. Put baby's name on one side, weight and length on another, birthdate and time on another and picture on other. Have a hook put on the top to tie ribbon to hang from the tree.

Positively Splendid {Crafts, Sewing, Recipes and Home Decor}: Photo Christmas List Ornament Tutorial

Christmas List Photo Ornament Tutorial - DIY Christmas Ornament Idea

Photo Ornament with Wish List on back each year to look back on - love it! Christmas present for classroom kids? Modge podge a picture on front, possibly a wish list on back or their name, year, how old, and one item on their wish list.

DIY Christmas Decorations

30 Creative and Easy DIY Christmas Ornaments

Scrabble Ornaments - 15 Easy And Festive DIY Christmas Ornaments. Now if I could just find an unwanted Scrabble Game.

12 small hand prints (change servings and units)  Ingredients  4 cups flour  1 cup salt  1 1/2 cups water    Directions  1  Combine ingredients and knead dough for 15 to 20 minutes.  Roll dough out and cut around hand or cut circles out for making hand imprints. Use cookie cutters for ornaments or gift tags. If necessary, slightly dampen pieces to make them stick together. Bake at 300ºF about 20 to 25 minutes or until golden. Tip: use a nonstick surface, or spray cookie sheet with pam.

Salt dough ornaments with kids hand prints/foot prints. your fingerprint, his-- Salt Dough - 2 cups flour, 1 cup salt, cold water. Mix until has consistency of play dough. bake at 250 for 2 hours, then cool and paint.