Adorn your tree with with fun and style by making these homemade fabric scrap ornaments! Your kids will love getting making their own treasures - great for a keepsake or gift for someone special.
Candy Canes are great to decorate with and you’ll get tons of compliments from this easy to assemble Peppermint Candy Vase.
Peppermint hard candies, decorative ribbon and a few M&Ms make these homemade Peppermint Candy Wreath Ornaments a colorful addition to any Christmas tree.
Skip the holiday crowd this year and make these sparkling ornaments for your tree right at home. We modified our colored sugar cube recipe to make cute, easy no-bake Sparkling Sugar Ornaments perfect for even the smallest hands.
Sugar cubes aren't just for coffee. You can do all sorts of fun activities with them, like building a sugar cube igloo! This family-friendly holiday activity is good for kids of all ages.
Keepsake cookie and candy tins make a thoughtful gift for a teacher, grandparent or anyone special in your life.
Our frosty friend is super simple to make. All you need is string, balloons, sugar and some buttons. Best of all? You can bring your String Snowman inside year round.
This is one of those times when we wish that computers had a smell function. These Cinnamon Ornaments smell just heavenly. They remind us of the scented pinecones that are so popular around the holidays.
It's hot in our home base of Texas, which may be why our adorable sugar snowman have all melted inside their ornaments. Learn how to make Melted Southern Sugar Snowmen Ornaments here.