Personalized Christmas Gift Ideas

Make the season extra special with a personalized gift. We're sharing 15-plus personalized DIY gift ideas that everyone will love. Whether you're looking for monograms or maps, we've got a gift for everyone on your list.

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Steal This Home's Cottage-Style Decorations!

Icy Christmas garlands are a cinch to make (and cost just a few bucks!). Here's how to create a frosty icicle garland for your own home.

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Easy-to-Make Christmas Centerpieces

Make your Christmas table shine with these easy ideas for festive centerpieces.

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Decorated Christmas Trees

The star of your Christmas decorations -- the tree! -- deserves extra attention. Here are four diverse looks you should consider for your tree decorating scheme.

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Gingerbread House City

This Christmas, make a snowy cookie city of gingerbread houses. It's an easy Christmas decoration the kids can help make.

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Genius Christmas Hacks

Get ready for the Christmas season with our clever tricks to simplify the holidays. Including crafty Christmas wrapping ideas, must-try ideas for hosting guests, and why-didn't-I-think-of-that Christmas shortcuts, our tips for the holiday season are guaranteed to make your life easier.

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How to Make a Two-Toned Bow

Bows add polish to packages, wreaths, and all kinds of holiday decorating, and these beauties do it with ease.

Two-Toned Bow

Incorporate two colors from your wrapping paper into the bow with this clever two-toned bow.

Step 1

Choose two ribbons -- one wider than the other -- for your bow. Cut both ribbons twice the desired length of the finished bow. Form the wider piece into a loop and secure with glue. Center and wrap the narrower piece around the first and secure.

Step 2

Flatten the layered loop and secure in the center with glue. Cut another piece of ribbon; wrap and tie it around the center of the flattened loop.

Step 3

Pull the tails of the wrapped ribbon tight, trim the ends, and secure on the back of the bow with glue.


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