Festive: Christmas Ideas

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Potato Stamped Christmas Lights Activity - HAPPY TODDLER PLAYTIME
the craft train printable ornament shapes are great for kids to make and decorate
printable Christmas shapes - The Craft Train
snowflakes are shown in white on a blue background
How to Make Paper Snowflakes
some candy canes are sitting on a table
17 holiday crafts kids can make - Today's Parent
wooden spoons and utensils are sitting on a table
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some dried flowers and scissors are laying on the table next to each other with holes in them
on my working table today
how to make a diy paper plate wreath
DIY Stamped Air Dry Clay Bowls - Alice and Lois
a white banner hanging on a wall with the words make pretty things
25 DIY Wall Art Decor Ideas • Cool Crafts
an owl mask is made out of felt
Felt Masks for Halloween
a piece of cloth hanging from a clothes line with three phases in the same pattern
Create a dreamy wall hanging featuring the phases of the moon.
Create a dreamy wall hanging featuring the phases of the moon. | 31 Ridiculously Delightful Gifts You Can Make Yourself
how to make an ornament with gold leaf and flower design on it, step - by - step instructions
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two keychains that have been placed on top of each other with the words, diy speckled clay keychais
DIY Christmas gifts | The Lovely Drawer
DIY Christmas gifts
a person holding a bottle with some plants in it and a tag attached to the bottle
6 Mood-Boosting Room Sprays to Help Beat the Winter Blues
3 Mood-Boosting Room Sprays to Help Beat the Winter Blues
a wrapped present sitting on top of a wooden table next to scissors and greenery
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a bottle of wine wrapped in a scarf
Furoshiki Gift Wrapping – Blog
Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese gift wrapping technique, perfect for making use of those unused tea towels.
a blue wrapped present with white dots on it
Murphy Goode Journal
APS holiday tip: LOVE this. Wrap gifts in beautiful fabric. No paper waste + a bonus gift of a new scarf/handkerchief. The Japanese actually have a name for it: Furoshiki. Sounds like an art, right?