If your Christmas tree is not enough as a Christmas decor, add some more mini Christmas trees. Visit your nearest dollar store and look for some bottle brush trees. You can definitely alter these babies so you can put them on your fireplace. If you wanted more, you can definitely make them even more sparkly and gorgeous.
We hate waste. And we hate throwing things away that can still be recycled. Your old paint tin cans that have already gone dry, milk cans, and others tin cans that you can find in your garage or kitchen can be transformed into a beautiful and rustic outdoor lighting. They can be perfect in your porch or balcony. And it’s not as hard as you think.
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Get your outdoor rated pendant lighting kits wiring, switches, romex wiring, hooks, and other tools to get you started. It’s a nice project if you want to spend some lazy night outside or are entertaining guests in your backyard.
When you are doing your home decorating for Christmas, don’t forget to put the stockings as well. Hang those stockings up not just as decor but maybe for candies and small gifts for Christmas. If you don’t have socks big enough, make one. Or two. Or more. If would be a lovely craft to do during your free time.
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Why wait until it’s December to start decorating for Christmas. We love to decorate as early as possible so that he decor stays longer. And you get into the Christmas spirit early too. And what would be more fun than doing them with your kids. Here’ some Christmas craft that you can easily do with them.
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