Make this adorable (and inexpensive) Christmas Hand Print Wreath with your kids! It's sure to be your most valuable Christmas decoration! …You could even have whole family have a different color handprint.
To prepare the dough, mix cup salt, 1 cup flour, and cup water until sticky. Roll the dough to inch thickness, and cut out snowflake shapes with cookie cutters. Use a skewer to pierce a hole for hanging. Bake the shapes for 4 hours in a oven.
Upcycle odd bits of fabric into a cute holiday wreath. A great project for beginning crafters, this easy-to-make fabric wreath requires no sewing and can be made in under an hour. Get crafting with our step-by-step instructions.
Mason Jars = Waterless Snow Globes You can decorate with mason jars inside the house. Create waterless snow globes by hot-gluing small evergreen trees to the jars' lids, then pouring fake snow in the jar and screwing on the lids.