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Christmas

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Knitting Projects | The Purl Bee

Knitting Projects | The Purl Bee

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omg this is amazing, because those lights with the round orby things are like, 10x as much as string lights

DIY Ping Pong Ball Cafe Lights

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Needle felting with cookie cutters - a way for kids to make simple ornaments

Moment to Moment: First time needle felting

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Using Cookie Cutters to Make Needle Felted Ornaments- Great way to use up all my extra roving!

Mega•Crafty: Use Cookie Cutters to make Needle Felted Ornaments

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Cinnamon ornaments. Last so long and smell so good!! Been wanting to make more of these for years. Now here's the recipe.

DIY Hama Perler Bead Christmas Card

Grußkarten aus Hama-Perlen - amicella

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Muffin Pan Calendar-love this idea...kids could even make it for the family dog too...

Fun-to-Make Christmas Holiday Crafts

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DIY Fast Gift Wrap

KAAM {hand-made}: DIY GIFT WRAP

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snowflake branch | modern holiday decor

Round Up Snowflakes with Jeanette at Artchoo!

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60 Years of Memories. Good gift for someone you care about. Gathering up thoughts and memories from people in a persons life.

DIY Star Wars for our nerd christmas

Gingerboard Houses

Use small cookie cutters to let children cut shapes out of orange peels. Use a heavy needle and thin string to make the garland. Lime, lemon, or grapefruit peels can also be used. Popcorn or dried berries can be strung between the shapes.

Star Wars Snowflakes!

Cute Christmas craft

Top 5 Festive DIY String Lights Tutorials

Genius!! -For the Christmas tree- Glue 2 mini mirrors, back to back and insert a silver metallic cord for hanging. Fill the insides of the tree with these after putting on the lights, but before putting on the ornaments. The sparkle will be tripled.

Instead of a gingerbread house, have your little kid decorate a Christmas tree. Frost an ice cream cone with green-dyed frosting and decorate with candy.

add real greenery to the faux tree to fill the gaps and add a living element. The fresh scent helps too. You could add holly, real berry branches, magnolia leaves, etc.

What a cool (and practical!) tradition to start with kids! Santa sacks. I like the idea of leaving old toys for santa to take and fix up and give to other kids. Great way to get kids to give away old toys!

popcicle stick snowflakes

Tree Stump Stand for Artificial Tree.

Woven Topper

Ideas for a year in review Christmas card infograph