Snowflake inspired mini Christmas trees. These are actually simpler than they look. Have a ready snowflake pattern on your piece of paper along with thin sticks, beads and a glue gun and you’re good to go.

50 Christmas DIY Ideas

Christmas DIY: Snowflake inspired m Snowflake inspired mini Christmas trees. These are actually simpler than they look. Have a ready snowflake pattern on your piece of paper along with thin sticks beads and a glue gun and youre good to go.

Santa Veggie Tray ~ It will sure impress the crowd and best of all, it doesn’t take longer than a few minutes to put together!

Santa Veggie Tray

Santa Veggie Tray ~ It will sure impress the crowd and best of all, it doesn’t take longer than a few minutes to put together! Make MRC Ranch dressing to stay on program. Also, let someone else eat the olive :)

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Christmas DIY: 25 gorgeous Christmas decorations you can make yourself

Christmas dinner table I loved how natural, inexpensive, and pretty it is. #Christmas

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OMG--love this! Come learn how to make this centerpiece out of DIY apple candles. So pretty! Perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas!

How to Make Apple Candles

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35 Beautiful Examples of Napkin Folding

Tablescape ~ Napkin Bow Fold - These pretty bow folded napkins would go pretty in DIY gifts from the kitchen that you give to others.

acorns, hurricane glasses and some candles. You can also use some dried peas or white kidney beans depending on your color scheme-- Natural table scape

Here's an easy decorating idea to use as your centerpiece or to give as a hostess gift this Thanksgiving! Place a Pillar candle inside a glass container. Surround the candle with such as acorns, chestnuts or pine cones.


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