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Give party nuts a holiday twist by roasting them and choosing one of four flavors: Cocoa-Sugared Mix, Curry-Spiced Mix, Barbecue-Seasoned Mix, and Asian Five-Spiced Mix. This prepare-ahead staple makes entertaining easier -- or it can be a simple, tasteful gift for neighbors or colleagues.
Build kids' holiday anticipation with a countdown project that tucks a chocolate kiss and a slip of paper into 12 wrapped and numbered gift boxes. On each slip of paper, write a reason why you love them.
Make your own tree topper. Simply trace five diamond shapes onto card stock and cut. Score pieces down the center and assemble into a star shape. Fasten together with clear tape and glue in place. Roll a small tube of paper, and glue it to the back side of the star.
Santa doesn't care if they're homemade or store-bought. So humor him and marvel at the crumbs left behind. Don't forget handwritten wish lists. They make great keepsakes for your new scrapbook.
We've all opened holiday cards with gusto, then watched them clutter our kitchen tables. This year, turn those cheery images into decor. Use medium- and large-size hole punches from crafts supply stores to create paper circles, then arrange them, overlapping, on a wooden wreath form. Glue them in place; dot with pom-poms. Ribbon glued to the back of the wreath helps with hanging.
Get children involved in holiday gift-giving by offering them plain wrapping paper to decorate with drawings, cutouts, stamps, glued-on pom-poms, and scrawled letters.
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