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different way to hang stockings

Reindeer Cheese Appetizer {Christmas Party Food}

Christmas chandelier decoration

Such a cool way to prepare deviled eggs for Easter

birthday morning balloon avalanche once they open the door on the other side!! Love this... I wanna do this

Tips for decorating your tree like a professional.

Check out our clever tips for hanging outside lights, keeping your tree from toppling over and how to store your holiday decorations more efficiently. Start your holiday season off right with these festive ideas!


Leaf-print napkins are a great fall family activity. Gather falling leaves, add fabric paint and stamp.

Drawstring bags with a stenciled name- gifts from Santa..

Extremely cute - Santa wrapped packages. Love these. No bow, so good for traveling!

Coloring Eggs - Use Shaving Cream and food coloring (dark colors) - roll in shaving cream let sit, wipe off. Very Cool!

Cork Christmas Ornaments. Lord knows I have enough corks laying around!

We have to do this! Activities include: Make hot chocolate and stir with candy canes Watch a christmas movie and eat popcorn Go out for a Christmas treat Do something nice for someone Drive around and look for Christmas lights

Crepe paper the door for Christmas so they have to bust out when they wake up. Santas elves did this to make sure they stayed in their rooms. Super cute idea!!

We cut the log into 3 parts, used socks from the dollar store for the hats, cut the nose chips out of wood and material of choice for scarves. Buttons hot glued down the front and paint for eyes and cheeks.

Sew a Tree quilt with initials carved in it. No straight lines needed! SO cute!!

Epsom salt snow!! Brilliant!

Remember to use a toilet paper roll as a filler- makes ornaments go further in filling vases!

Fireworks Float using Pop Rocks -- awesome for the 4th of July

Candy Cane Punch Recipe - @Allison Lambert for the Christmas Party?

Americana Place Setting Crochet Pattern

Start the year with an empty jar and fill it with notes about good things that happen. Then, on New Years Eve, empty it and see what awesome stuff happened that year. Good way to keep things in perspective.

Thanksgiving cookies