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Grinch dust Don't let the Grinch steal your Christmas. You must be on your guard. Before retiring on Christmas Eve, sprinkle the dust out in your yard. The grinch will see your magic dust and know you've taken great care to protect your family and home and keep Christmas joy in the air. this would be cute to do after watching show

in whoville they say that the grinch's small heart grew three sizes that day

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really like these, you can change the ribbon color depending on your colors you are decorating with each year :-)

Grinch dust! What a nice tradition to start - along with Reading Dr. Seuss Book "How the Grinch stole Christmas"

The Grinch’s ‘Wanted Poster’ ~ funny! Would be a cute elf on the shelf idea. Post everywhere

Grinch Dust Labels (FREE) Put 2 tbsp of glitter in ziploc bag and place this label on it

Love this!- So glad my parents understand that Christmas isn't about spending money, but about spending time together. Makes it so much easier. I hate buying junk that I really can't afford and that no one else likes. So, we're having a real Christmas not about Presents this year.

Adorable - Katie...you have to make this!!!!

Grinch "Pills" - too cute. Most everyone could use a few this holiday season ~ I love this

Star Cookie Christmas Tree l shortbread (or any) cookies (poke a hole with wooden skewer in center before baking. When cool, pipe sugar frosting in a design of your choice(confectioner's sugar, a bit of milk and a drop of vanilla or lemon). Spear the "branches onto the wooden skewer (use a bit of frosting to "glue" tham into place and top with a decoration of your choice. Place lying down on the side till the frosting "glue" dries. Enjoy!