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Stuff green tights full of pillow stuffing and shove him in your tree after they go to bed Christmas Eve.. def for OLDER kids though haha

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Holiday Decorating: Making Sparkly Branches

Smart Health Talk Pick: Low cost way to make something that can add something special to a room. Use a small branch, hang on wall and add other decorations to hang on it such as garland or small bulbs.

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These Giant Wreath DIYs Will Make You Smile

Two pool noodles are better (and bigger!) than one when it comes to wreath-making. The oversized design offers room for a full rainbow of baubles.

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Interesting And Creative Food Decoration Ideas

Christmas Cupcakes

~~Candy Sleighs~~ These candy sleighs are a craft faire favorite that any child would love to give or receive! A fun project to make for that special teacher, babysitter, friend, or neighbor this Christmas.

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Christmas Party Games

Fun and Awesome Christmas Party Games

Put together a Christmas Eve Box for kids to open- include new pj's, a holiday book to read before bed, reindeer food to sprinkle in the yard, Santa's magic key.... lots of other ideas of things to include here, too! Such a fun family tradition!

Grinch Lightbulb. paint light bulb grinch green, then draw out face w/pencil lightly paint yellow eyes, then use fine tip permanent marker to finish off face. Dollar store santa hats glued to top.

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Holiday Decorating Ideas for Small Spaces

Gift-Wrap Pillows

Mantel.........Check!, I am not going to lie......It took me 2 days to get this together and 4 hot flashes! LOL! Anyway, I am trying to get it "together" before the grandbabies get here for Thanksgiving., Tree is up!!! yes! I think I will be available to cook now! whew! , Holidays Design

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Favorite Family Games

CHRISTMAS EVE SANTA BUCKETS Fill with pajamas, cocoa, popcorn, reindeer dust, a Christmas movie (or family game). You could even put a gingerbread house kit in it. Whatever helps your kids get excited for the next morning!