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At Christmas time you really just want people to know that you’re thinking of them, and you can do this by making a simple homemade gift in less than half an hour, out of a pine cone.
It can often be difficult to choose a birthday or Christmas gift for a baby because you know they won’t remember receiving it, but you still want to help them celebrate. Therefore, why not make this unique toy — a buckle and button bow.
Decorative soaps are always a nice birthday or holiday gift because they are one of those luxuries you never buy for yourself, but it is always nice to receive. However, buying decorative soaps to give as gifts can get expensive, but you can make your own!
A glitter globe is similar to a snow globe. However, they do not need to be made only in the winter or around Christmas. A glitter globe can be made for any holiday or occasion. Or just a fun project to do with kids.
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Paper snowflakes are a fun and easy paper craft activity for kids and adults to do in winter. Use them to make beautiful home decoration displays, and to hang them by a window or the ceiling to celebrate winter. It is as easy as just using paper and scissors. You can also make them fancier by decorating them after they are cut into flakes.
This winter season, do not let the cold and snow stop your family to enjoy outdoor activities together! There are many fun activities that you can do in the winter time to keep you busy.
The winter is upon us, and the kids will be spending more time inside than they usually do. Although it is cold outside there are a lot of fun winter activities to do at home.
Would you like to have some old-fashioned family fun this Christmas, new year’s eve and winter? Here are six fun winter activities to do around the fireplace.
Paper crafting for Christmas is so much fun! Here is our 2011 selection of paper ornaments found on the Web. They require very simple supplies and are appropriate for all age groups — from children age five to seniors.
Buttons are inexpensive and come in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes. Use your creativity and the following instructions to easily create a Christmas ball and a small wreath to hang by the tree. Two simple craft activities for all ages.