Worn out after the holidays? Here are 10 ways to help you relax and unwind, and make the most of the days between Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
Let’s level: What’s the best Christmas cookie out there? Snickerdoodle? Sugar? Chocolate chip? None, because who cares about cookies when there’s pie??
You’ve trimmed the tree and hung the stockings – what’s missing? Now you can make your home smell as festive as it looks with this stove top potpourri recipe.
Create a life-size 2-D folded paper tree this Christmas. It’s a sweet way to make your own tree when you’re short on space or on a tight budget.
Make a mini ugly sweater garland – Okay, it’s more cute than ugly, but it’s in the spirit of the season. Great project for kids (or the kid in all of us)!
Here are ten fun ways to display your Holiday Cards this Christmas Season
This year I decided to get a little creative with my Christmas gift wrap by using office supplies to decorate plain brown kraft paper packages. Click through to see five different ways to wrap gifts using office supplies.
Folding money into shapes is easy and fun! Make this Christmas Money Tree with our step by step instructions.
Source: Coco Kelley Okay, so you have TONS of tutorials for Christmas stockings that you could tackle between now and Christmas, but you don’t have a mantel on which to hang them. Not to worry! Santa doesn’t really care where the stockings are hung (he has an uncanny ability to find them wherever they are). What I’ve […]
Why are traditions such a big deal. anyways? Today we’re sharing 15 stories of Christmas traditions (the weird and the wonderful), and how they make the holidays feel complete.