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Make a sea biscuit or seashell night light. Substitute the usual plastic shade of a night-light with a shapely beach treasure. Find sea biscuits and shells for your project at www.seasideinspir...

BIG List of Gifts in a Jar Ideas and Recipes! ~ at TheFrugalGirls.com {you'll love these fun and creative gift ideas!} #masonjars #giftsinajar #thefrugalgirls

Alcohol Ink stained glass. time to find some glass goodwill items. amazing do it yourself. I really want to make! So gorgeous.

Shoe box lids, scrapbook paper, modge podge, letters, ribbon, and a curtain rod.

Christmas trail mix gifts

Snowman made from baby food jars. The top jar is filled with marshmallows. The middle jar is filled with hot cocoa mix. The bottom jar is filled with mints. Great stocking-stuffer or gift to friends and neighbors!

Stretch a rubber band around a vase, then stick in candy canes until you cant see the vase. Tie a red ribbon to hide the rubber band. Fill with red and white roses or carnations.

DIY this NON METAL--cut with scissors! Ceiling Tile Wreath Blog with full instructions. From MrsPollyRogers.com

Snowball faces. Have made these for years now. The kids love doing them. They make great ornaments if you insert a wire with ribbon in the top before they dry.

Step-by-step guide to making this fantastic magnetic spice rack for your kitchen. Find a frame, get some magnets and jars, and use some magnetic chalkboard paint. Simple, practical, inexpensive, and fun to make! :) I like the branch and birds painted on the wall.

Great Photo Block Gift Idea for #Christmas from Shanty-2-Chic.com // Great Christmas gift for anyone and SO EASY! #12daysofchristmas

How to make silhouette ornaments via Nest of Posies

Glazed glitter technique tutorial. This is a really neat idea that can be used for oh so many different projects!

berries in water with a floating candle.

Newspaper Ornaments by Monica Rudy

supposed to be the best....This is the BEST BEST BEST play dough recipe you will ever find - I have used it for 8 years in my classroom. The kids absolutely love it. The recipe on this link is for a small batch - here is the classroom size batch, and we use a bit of baby oil in it as well to add a really smooth and soft texture. Parents rotate and bring us new play dough every week. The recipe: 4 cups water, 4 cups flour, 1 cup salt, 2 tablespoons cooking oil, 4 teaspoons cream of tartar, f...

Borax snowflakes - If you have Borax at home, you SO need to do this with the kids. Do it after dinner, and by breakfast the kids will be amazed at what has happened! We have 8 snowflakes hanging in our window just a-sparkling away!