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Pom Pom Snow People
Craft these fuzzy snow people from pom-poms for a cute table display. Stick a bamboo skewer through two pom-poms and a Styrofoam ball for a head, and then top off with a felt hat and a pipe cleaner wrapped as a scarf.
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Grab some acorns from your lawn before the squirrels sneak them all away for the winter. Then, use them to makes these funny-faced seasonal ornaments. Add an acorn top to some plain wood beads and attach a festive piece of yarn or string to hang.
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Coffee Filter Tree
Quick and easy to make, create this tree by layering a bunch of coffee filters on top of a Styrofoam tree form -- you'll have to cut the centers out once you get to the base. Because the filters have a natural ruffle to them, all you need to do is add a star at the top of your tree and glue on some festive buttons or sequins as ornaments.
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Pom Pom Garland
Bring the winter whites to your holiday d?cor by stringing together some snowball-inspired white pom-poms. Pass a needle and thread through the pom-poms and separate them with natural straws to give your garland shape.
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Yarn Ball and Ornament Wreath
Make this mixed media wreath that'll last through the whole holiday season. Wrap some Styrofoam balls with pretty colored yarn and attach them to a wire frame wreath with metallic ornaments scattered throughout.
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Recycle your empty wine bottles and turn them into a beautiful winter candelabra. Spray paint your bottles white and wrap them with a pretty ribbon. Hang a tag on each ribbon that has a different holiday saying like "joy," "peace," or "love."
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Spruce Stuffed Stockings
Dream of a white Christmas mantle with these spruce stuffed stockings - stamp and number some simple white stockings and attach them to twine with clothespins. Once you have your abbreviated advent calendar, hang your stockings from your mantle and stick a sprig of Christmas tree inside each to make your house smell like winter.
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Make a Frosty the Snowman that will never melt away! Build your snowman by covering three Styrofoam balls with white yarn and glue them together to keep them upright. Glue bottom of snowman to a painted piece of wood.
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Felt Petal Tree
This adorable felt tree will never shed its leaves. Layer some felt circle petals onto a foam tree form with straight pins, and add this classy craft to your holiday table or mantle.
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To make this winter garland, cut out and stack a bunch of squares of felt -- there's no need for the squares to be exact sizes. Then, thread dental floss through all the squares of felt and add bells to make it jingle.
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Jingle Bell Garland
Jingle all the way with this crafty crocheted garland. Even if you're a novice when it comes to knitting needles, you can easily make this string of jingle bells. Just attach your bells to some red yarn and make about 15 slip knots between each bell. When you're done, wrap around your tree and start decorating.
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Pine Tree Topiary
Even better than a Charlie Brown Christmas tree, these mini pine tree topiaries are a great addition to your holiday table, mantle, or even front porch. Just stick a pine tree branch (better if you use a fake one) into a pot filled with plaster or floral foam, and wrap the base in burlap to make it look wintery and rustic.
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