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Different Ways to Cover Popcorn Ceilings

There are many different types of garland that you can use to decorate your Christmas tree - popcorn, ornaments on a string, ribbon, tinsel, beaded garland, pine cones, candy, jingle bells, buttons, sea shells, rope, paper chain, wine corks, or whatever you can imagine. Many people have no problem decorating a Christmas tree, but they tend to get stuck when having to add the garland. Here are a few ideas for how to add garland to a Christmas tree.

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How to String Cranberries for Christmas Tree Decorations

How to String Cranberries - in my experience use fresh cranberries at room temperature and fat plastic needles - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please visit for all (hundreds of) our pediatric therapy pins

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How to String Cranberries for Christmas Tree Decorations

Learn to create cranberry garlands for indoor and outdoor Christmas trees, using thread or string, a needle and fresh cranberries.

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6 x 9 Custom Printed Paper Tin Tie Wedding Goodie Bags

Use tin tie favor bags personalized with a design and up to 4 lines of custom print at your wedding popcorn bar for guests to fill with their favorite flavored popcorn to enjoy during and after your reception. Tin tie bags feature a thin, flexible metal tie at the top of each bag, that folds over to keep contents fresh and secure. Tin tie popcorn favor bags can be ordered at

Alida Makes: Stringing Popcorn and Cranberry Garland 101. Such a wonderful, easy and inexpensive Christmas project.

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46 Awesome String-Light DIYs For Any Occasion

Tie squares of tulle fabric along a string of Christmas lights. | 46 Awesome String-Light DIYs For Any Occasion

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The Keepsake Christmas Ornaments

LOVE THIS! Preserve your childs Christmas list in an ornament every year.

So easy! Tomato cage wrapped with garland and lights! So much cheaper than actually buying the trees.

"These oranges were sliced and baked in a 275 degree oven for about two hours or until dry, then sprayed with a clear varnish. String with a thread and needle, alternating with wooden beads in colors or natural wood tones. Apples or lemons would work, too." from

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35 Homemade Christmas Ornaments for Your Tree

Hot glue the ends of traditional cellophane- wrapped peppermints together to create sweet-treat tree garlands. Read more: Homemade Christmas Ornaments - Easy Christmas Ornament Craft Ideas - Good Housekeeping

Great idea! I wish my parents did this. After time passes you *know* ornaments are special, but for some its hard to remember why -- or when you got them.

Christmas Centerpiece Cut limes, cranberries, and plastic wrap. Fill the hurricane with water and the wrap looks like crushed ice.

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Christmas Eve Surprise Box

SO DOING THIS!!!!!!!!! Christmas Eve Surprise Box. Include: new pajamas, Christmas movie, popcorn, mugs, hot chocolate, marshmallows, Christmas book. Such a cute tradition to start!

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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."

Start your bedtime routine as usual, while one makes bags of popcorn and hot chocolate drinks and place them in the car, dont forget to have Christmas music playing too! When the kids climb into bed, they will find the ticket hidden. The kids are instructed to grab their slippers and head for the car. Upon entrance to The Minivan Express, we hole punch the ticket, and we travel around the city looking at all the beautiful lights. -how stinking CUTE!

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.