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Homemade birdseed Christmas ornaments - bird feeding
This adorable birdseed ornament by By Mavis Butterfield at eHow is an inexpensive activity the whole family can enjoy making on a lazy weekend afternoon. The kids will have a blast making them, and the birds will enjoy eating them. The first version offered on EHow produces cookie-shaped ornaments kids especially love, but they really only work in cold climates where the birdseed ornaments remain frozen. In warmer climates, you can use the second version involves adorable pinecones ! Get the tutorial at ehow.com and let the fun begin:
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DIY Folded book Christmas tree - Christmas decoration from an old book
If you're in love with book pages and love making easy do-able homemade gifts and Christmas decor : this paperback book Christmas tree tutorial is for you. Upcycle your unwanted books ( or magazines ) into lovely rustic Christmas trees with DIY by Jane' step-by-step tutorial. You can make a small forest of these DIY folded book trees in different sizes, keep them simple or decorate how you wish. ( Magazines, with their colorful print make for attractive decorations without added baubles, glitter, or paint. )
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DIY Ribbon (or T-shirt yarn ) Christmas tree ornament
Let us show you today a super easy, super quick Christmas craft that can be a lovely addition to your Christmas decor or Christmas tree! These beautiful Christmas ornaments are made from old T-shirts ! Unbelievable isn't it? T-shirt yarn is a brilliant way to re-purpose your old clothes and create gorgeous decors such as this nice ribbon Christmas tree ornament ! This DIY ribbon Christmas tree ornament is a super creative and absolutely low-budget way to decorate your Christmas tree ! ( And this Christmas craft is also super easy to make,so you can create some with the kids as well! )
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Brownie christmas trees with sugar icing
Is there anything more delicious than the combination of peppermint and chocolate? Particularly when there’s icing and sprinkles involved?  It’s pretty much guaranteed to brighten your day.
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Gold glided pinecone christmas tree ornaments
This gorgeous and simple gold gilded pine cone ornament is very easy to make and can quickly be replicated to fill an entire tree. If you like natural ornaments its a perfect choice for you!
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Crocheted amigurumi christmas (pine) trees
Bring holiday spirit with your handmade mini crochet Christmas trees ! These crochet Christmas trees by The Lazy Hobby Hopper will be the most wonderful and creative Christmas crochet projects in your crochet list ! Whether you are creating something as a gift or you want to add some down home country charm to your home this Christmas , crocheting is the perfect solution! With The Lazy Hobby Hopper's crochet tutorial and free pattern , you can make these super adorable little crocheted Christmas / pine trees in no time. These adorable little crochet pine trees are just perfect for celebrating the Christmas season ! Spruce up your desk at the office, cheer up any friend and family or decorate one in every room of the house.
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Free printable christmas gift tags
These printable Christmas gift tags will hopefully help you wrap up Christmas. When the presents have been bought and handmade gifts made, wrap them up pretty and use these darling gift tags.
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DIY Christmas tree shelf
Handmade is special, it's sustainable, it's local. Handmade rocks!  Spice up you christmas or everyday home decoration with this rusic christmas tree shelf.
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Christmas tree garland (free printable)
There’s still a little time left for even more decorating the house for Christmas so as a little gift from MollyMoo: they have a free printable Christmas Tree Garland for you to make your home a little bit prettier.
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Winter wonderland cardboard toy set (with printable)
It’s icy cold outside so for more indoor fun to survive the winter without boredom, their DIY peg dolls and cardboard slotted animals are ready to take you on a winter adventure! They have a lovely deer and a big moose from a winter forest, plus a polar bear and huskies visiting from the arctic.
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Grinch tree - whimsical Whoville Grinchmas ( Christmas ) tree
May I present you everyone's recent favorite christmas craft the : Grinch tree ( aka Grinchmas tree ) ! This whimsical christmas tree came directly from Whoville to bring smile on our faces! Isn't it soo fun and gorgeous? You will be surprised how easy is to make one! You can use pine tree branches or real living trees in your garden , it will look gorgeous in any form! You can use this Grinchmas tree ( Grinch tree ) to decorate your home at Christmas , or give miniature versions as cute whimsical Christmas gifts to your loved ones! You can decorate these alternative Christmas trees with any color ornaments that fits into your home!
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Easy sewn Christmas tree ornaments with simple circles
This little fabric Christmas tree ornament can be used as a decoration on your own tree or a thoughtful handmade gift. This adorable  Christmas tree shaped fabric ornament is super quick to make, and you could even use fabric scraps to make them! The trick is a nice fabric circle, folded in a Christmas tree shape. Brilliant, isn't it? This sewing project is soo easy you can easily sew some even if your are a beginner in sewing / patchwork! Of course you can decorate the Christmas tree ornaments with other nice embelishments as well (imagine one with nice beads, laces or other small decorative elements). This fabric Christmas tree ornament looks good in a funky Christmas pattern or even with shabby/vintage fabrics!
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Easy Christmas crafts (styrofoam ball and lightbulb snowman)
In this nice Christmas craft video you can find 6! different, easy , inexpensive but still fun and gorgeous Christmas crafts / decors such as the adorable lightbulb and table tennis ball snowman , a melted snowman greeting card , a wool Christmas tree decor , a toilet paper tube wreath , and more! You can make these fun and low budget Christmas crafts with the kids because all of them are super easy! Our favourites are the styrofoam / table tennis ball snowman Christmas ornament and the lightbulb snowman. Which is your favourite?
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Christmas tree ball sort game for kids from cardboard
This year make this Christmas tree ball sorting toy for your toddler from a little cardboard and keep him/her busy at Christmas! If you have a toddler who loves to get into the big Christmas tree, try making this to keep him/her occupied and his/her hands away from the real tree. Not only is it super fun, it great for fine motor control (fitting those balls inside the small openings) and color recognition! (And also it's super inexpensive!) You can make a fun tossing game similar to this Christmas tree for older kids (or adults) just cut out larger holes from the cardboard christmas tree!
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Kid-friendly felt Christmas tree - fun decorating game
The idea for felt Christmas trees has been all over the internet recently, but our favourite is this version, because it's super easy to make,fun to play and it's also decorative so you can use it as the part of your Christmas decoration! We love the simplicity of the triangle for the felt decoratable Christmas tree as well as the addition of felt presents at the bottom of the tree! This kid-friendly Christmas tree is such a fun Christmas craft idea because it works just like those felt boards you had in Sunday school: the felt ornaments stick to the felt tree. Then, when you want to move them, just take it off and place it somewhere else!
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Origami Christmas trees - ornaments with paper folding
If you love easy and inexpensive but still gorgeous and fun Chrsitmas crafts try this little origami Christmas tree ! This origami tree is really easy ( only involves basic origami folds ) so you can make some with the kids easily even without any paper folding skills. This little origami christmas tree will look good in any pattern and size so you can make some from any paper materials such as old Christmas wrapping papers or ( green ) tea bags ! Glue the paper folded pine trees in a sheet of cardstock and gift them as nice Christmas gift cards or in miniature as cute handmade gift tags !
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Christmas trees with paper weaving from newspaper
This paper christmas tree is made completelly from newspapers ! Unbelievable, isn't it? Paper weaving is a perfect hobby for you if you love recycling and crafts , because with it you can create gorgeous decors from trash and help create a cleaner and liveable enviroment at the same time! With this super step-by-step video paper weaving tutorial you can learn how to make this gorgeous Christmas tree decor ! This little paper weaved christmas tree will be a perfect decoration in your home at winter/ Christmas , just paint them in any nice color that fits into your home with a little acrylic paint !
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DIY wavy paper Christmas trees- easy kids craft
Are you looking for a super easy Christmas craft that can be easily done by even the smallest crafty hands? Try this cute and unique wavy paper Christmas tree!  This green paper christmas tree can be a perfect group project in the school/kindergarten for the kids, or you can make gorgeous gift cards/tags or even Christmas tree ornamenst with them! You can use any leftover wrapping papers, construcuion papers or origami papers to make these cute wavy paper Christmas trees, it will look nice in any form!
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Miniature winter zen garden (sand box) with snowman
We need to confess that we love zen gardens and playing with sand ! This winter zen garden is the Christmas version of the traditional japanese zen gardens and it also grants a very fun and reaxing activity. This easy christmas zen garden craft is a must, because what can be more relaxing than drawing in and playing with "snow" ? You can decorate your miniature winter wonderland zen garden with any christmas figurines and trees, and simple use it as nice winter decor if you doesn't need to relax at moment. OR it can be a fun playset for the kids ( at least for a few hours ).
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Special floating Christmas tree from cardboard
If you love upcycling , easy and outstanding Christmas crafts and saving Christmas trees you will love this Christmas tree alternative the floating cardboard box Christmas tree ! This flloating cardboard box Christmas tree will amaze everyone who sees it, and it's also super easy to make ! You just need cardboard boxes , a little paint , and fishing line. You can decorate this floating cardboard box tree with your favourite plastic christmas tree ornaments os you can use it to display the kids' artworks ! With this Christmas tree you can save real pine trees and upcycling old cardboard boxes witch is also a nice thing! And as an extra this Christmas tree can be stored in a tiny space!
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Glittering pospicle stick Christmas trees - kids craft
You know what those coloured popsicle sticks are absolutely amazing for? Making tree shaped Christmas ornaments! These popsicle stick Christmas trees are so easy to make and they’re so beautiful! The kids will need your help with cutting the popsicle sticks, but other than that they should be able to do the rest themselves. I’m pretty sure they’ll love decorating their little trees with the rhinestones! This little popsicle stick and rhinestone Christmas tree  can be a great ornament for your Christmas tree or you can give them as nice little gifts!
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DIY rustic felt Christmas trees - easy Christmas decor
These little rustic/skandinavian style felt pine trees are super easy to make and cost next to nothing, thanks to mother nature. You can use these gorgeous felt pine trees to decorate your home at winter / Christmas, or you can make alternative versions (withous sticks and stands) and create felt Christmas tree ornaments with this brilliant technique! You can make the dimensional felt Christmas trees in any size and color that fits into your Christmas/winter home decor, they will look gorgeous in any form!
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DIY Williams Sonoma inspired outdoor bench (free plan)
Every porch needs a DIY outdoor bench, at least that’s what Steve and Amy decided the other day. Actually Steve has had the concept for this bench in his head for awhile: he wanted to make something without screws and hardware - completely with adhesive! This DIY Williams Sonoma inspired wooden outdoor bench is modern, inexpensive and look so great! In this nice step-by-step furniture making tutorial you can learn how to make this awesome stylish bench (or table) from pine 2x4s! This woodworking project is fairly easy and you can even use up all your scrap wood laying around which is also a very nice thing!
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DIY Family photo Christmas tree
Looking for easy Christmas decor for your home? This DIY photo Christmas tree is a great way to show off your favorite photos from the year and utilize wall space! This DIY Family photo Christmas tree is a really simple craft project that is so fun to do! This DIY Family photo Christmas tree is so fun - you can look at the photos as you walk by and remember the fun memories from the past year! We bet that you will get lots of comments from visitors about it being a neat way to display photos.
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Little crochet Christmas tree - free amigurumi pattern
Besides being totally adorable, this crochet Christmas tree pattern is completely free , so you can experiment with it without blowing your crochet budget. Grab some scrap yarn and start stitching! This adorable amigurumi Christmas tree by Dendennis is ready for cuddles from your favorite kiddo. If you're stitching the Christmas tree as a toy for a young child, swap the safety eyes for crocheted or embroidered eyes instead. You can easily customize this amigurumi Christmas tree design with any decorations you'd like, especially if you'd like a more realistic-looking Christmas tree. Crochet a little amigurumi Christmas tree as a toy or as a cute little display on the shelf. If you're a beginner crocheter who is looking for a little bit of a challenge, this is a great pattern for you.
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Little amigurumi Christmas tree with cork trunk (free crochet pattern)
This super cute miniature , crochet ( amigurumi ) Christmas tree pattern is completely free, so you can experiment with it without blowing your crochet budget. Grab some scrap yarn and start stitching! You can easily customize this amigurumi Christmas tree design with any decorations you'd like, especially if you'd like a more realistic-looking Christmas treeCrochet a little amigurumi Christmas tree as a Christmas tree ornament or as a cute little display on the shelf. If you're a beginner crocheter who is looking for a quick and easy crochet project, this is a great pattern for you.
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DIY Macrame Christmas tree with bead ornaments (video tutorial)
This fun step-by-step macrame video tutorial teaches you how to make this gorgeous ( but still easy to make ) macrame Christmas tree with satin cords and beads. Believe it or not but macrame is a very easy craft technique , even craft beginners or kids can make macrame cr afts easily! This beautiful macrame Christmas tree can be a perfect accessory or a nice gift for anyone! Of course you can experiment with different yarn colors and bead sizes, this beautiful macrame Christmas tree will look nice in any style. Use the macrame Christmas tree as a delicate Christmas tree ornament or a medal.
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Easy DIY paracord (knotted) Christmas tree
This time WhyKnot presents you a gorgeous paracord design : the paracord Christmas tree ( ornament ) . In this nice step-by-step video tutorial you can learn how to make this beautiful paracord Christmas tree with simple knots using nylon parachute cord ( paracord ) . This paracord Christmas tree ornament design is fairly easy to make but the outcome is so gorgeous and unique! This DIY paracord Christmas tree can be a great gift for your friends/family members , but of course you can create one for yourself as well.
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DIY Chalkboard Christmas tree
Be extremely crafty and minimal: create a chalkboard Christmas tree from your storage closet's door! This craft by Lana Red Studio is very easy and the outcome is so gorgeous and unique! Of course it's not necessary to use an old door , you can also use a big piece of wood. What we love the most in this craft is that it doesn’t take up too much space : this DIY Chalkboard Christmas tree is perfect for tiny apartments! Read this step-by-step DIY tutorial by Lana Red Studio and create your very own gorgeous DIY Chalkboard Christmas tree:
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Crochet wine cork ornament - snowman,mushroom, elf & Christmas tree
We’re getting so close to Christmas now and we are finally starting get into the festive mood, helped along splendidly by this little troop of winter wine cork cozies!DIY wine cork figures are one of those classic craft projects that will always be a great Christmas craft,especially if it involves crocheting! Here is MojiMoji's crochet spin on this timeless DIY! Crochet wine cork Christmas trees, snowmen and elves are something that you can do to really get in the Christmas mood! You can display these cute crocheted wine cork ornaments as a part of your winter / Christmas decor. This Christmas crochet project is also great for clearing your yarn scrap stash.
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