It’s fun making holiday projects, especially for the little ones. For avid crocheters, it’s time to make those Christmas themed sweaters, jackets, mittens, and hats. For your little tot, you definitely should try this Santa Claus pompom crochet hat. It’s too cute.
Are you excited to decorate your home for the Christmas holiday? Maybe you have already. But if you haven’t put up any decorations yet, there’s still plenty of time to make your home ooh-so-pretty and festive. If you want something fresh, you would love this unconventional Christmas trees.
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You can get plastic cones in different sizes. Get as many as you can to decorate your home. Make sure you have an adhesive, paint, and some decorations like confetti. Top it up with a spray snow and you’ll have a lovely and unique Christmas decor.
Who says you can’t ice cream even when it winter? That doesn’t stop the kids from grabbing a cone and helping themselves. When you have an upcoming party or event, include this treat on your menu. Plus, take a look at this gorgeous printable wrapper. How fun!
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Using your own ice cream cone wrappers is one way to make your party unique. It would be more fun when you make your own ice cream. The children will surely have a good time eating their special treat.
Now that Thanksgiving is done, and we hope you had a great one, you can fully look forward to the Christmas holidays. Before you start panicking and join the Christmas rush, better plan ahead and think of a nice simple gift to your friends and colleagues. Something that is inexpensive yet could mean a lot. And nothing says it all than homemade gift. Just like this festive peppermint candle.
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Have you tried making your own candle before? Contrary to what you are probably thinking, it’s not hard to make. We recommend that you use all natural soy candle wax. The peppermint oil will give it that holiday scent. Your gift would be appreciated more if they know that you made it yourself.