Most parents love hand-made Christmas tree ornaments created by their kids. These little icicle ornaments are easy, cheap to make, and look pretty classy too.
Supplies for the icicle ornaments: Clear beads – I found these at Walmart Clear fuzzy stems – also called pipe cleaners and again found at Walmart
Make a small . . . Read More: Icicle Christmas Tree Ornaments
What are your favorite Christmas memories? Can you remember what gifts you gave and what gifts you received last year or the year before?
We have been asking ourselves these questions. Our schedule has been crazy, our daughter is getting married on January 2nd, my dad has been in treatment for cancer, and we still . . . Read More: A “Mary” Christmas in a Martha World
This standing Christmas tree is easy and inexpensive to make. If you need a craft for a large group this one works well. Younger children may need help cutting out the tree but over all this is an easy Christmas tree craft.
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Our fall has been beautiful this year! The colors of the trees have been exceptionally vibrant. Leaves can be used to make a cute little turkey for Thanksgiving.
First, take a walk to enjoy the great outdoors. Rustle through the leaves, enjoy the smell of fall in the air, and make a memory with your . . . Read More: Turkey of Leaves ~ a Craft for Thanksgiving
Play dough monsters can be whipped up in no time and work well as a Halloween party activity. The supplies are minimal and play dough is cheap to make.
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