Instead of gingerbread houses: Turn ice cream cones into christmas trees & decorate

Chocolate covered strawberries as Christmas lights

Ice Cream Cone Christmas Trees Create pint-sized Christmas trees that are perfect for little hands. Turn sugar ice cream cones upside down, cover with green frosting and have your little elves decorate with candies and sprinkles to create an edible craft that is just as fun to eat as it is to make. Check out these easy to make edible Christmas crafts for kids!

Christmas Wreaths

Christmas Popcorn

Turn your muffin pan upside down, bake cookie-dough over the top and voila – you have cookie bowls for fruit or ice-cream. SO CLEVER, I can't even stand it.

Latest Food: Christmas Magic Cookie Bars.......... This will be awesome for Christmas dessert!!

Christmas Tree Cheese Board How-To

Lizy B: Homespun Christmas Tree Cookie - idea for decorating Christmas cookies

Christmas tree dress

Nutter Butter Ice Cream Cone Cookie Treats

Sugar Cone Christmas Trees

Christmas Eve Box - Include: New pajamas, a Christmas movie, popcorn, mugs, hot chocolate, marshmallows, and a Christmas book. This could definitely turn into a tradition.

An upside down gingerbread man = Reindeer!

Christmas rice crispies! Such a cute idea

Worth Pinning: Decorated Pretzel Cabins

lol! christmas tree turns ugly sweater. #christmasparty #uglysweater

Christmas tree brownies

Gingerbread houses aren't the best, Graham Cracker Houses are! Grab the treats, candy, icing and of course the Honey Maid Graham Crackers to create this awesome Holiday Village. A fun Christmas holiday activity to do with the kids, or the whole family!

Reindeer Gingerbread

pine cone christmas trees. Cute for kids to make.