Fun-to-Make Christmas Holiday Crafts

Spruce up your holiday home with these clever handmade Christmas decorations. From cute ornaments and creative wreaths to cozy pillows and festive garlands, these oh-how-pretty holiday crafts will make your home merry and bright.

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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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Christmas Garland and Swag Decorating Ideas

Decorate your home for the holidays with these festive Christmas garland and swag ideas. We have the classic garlands for banisters, mantels, windows, and doorways. Plus, we give you a little modern twist -- adding them to dining chairs and chandeliers to transform your everyday spaces into a winter wonderland.

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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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Pretty Christmas Wreaths

Deck the halls with these gorgeous winter wreaths that will bring holiday cheer to your Christmas decor. Christmas wreaths are often made with fir, but we share alternative wreath supplies that could inspire this year's front door.

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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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Eggnog Recipes

It's not quite the holidays without a warm cup of cozy eggnog. Mix it up and try one of our variations on the classic eggnog recipe.


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    • Eggnog Punch

      Eggnog lovers, rejoice! No holiday is complete without this festive, cinnamon-laced, creamy eggnog punch. Don't forget the candy cane garnish!

    • Guilt-Free Eggnog

      This lighter take on traditional eggnog has all the warm vanilla-and-nutmeg flavor and fewer of the calories.

    • Easy Eggnog Fix-Ups

      Want a delicious holiday eggnog drink in a snap? Start with purchased eggnong, and use our simple recipe ideas to serve up a mocha, minty-white, or hazelnut variation.

    • Hot Caffe Latte Eggnog

      Honey, coffee liqueur, and espresso powder make this deliciously rich drink the perfect way to warm up on a chilly evening.

    • Peppermint Eggnog Punch

      Whip up a cup of holiday cheer with the help of peppermint ice cream and a touch of bubbly ginger ale for an eggnog punch that's fun, festive, and delicious.

    • Eggnog

      This classic homemade eggnog recipe pairs the warm flavors of bourbon and rum with a touch of nutmeg and vanilla for a holiday drink that will please any eggnog enthusiast.

    • Cafe Rompope (Mexican Coffee Eggnog)

      Try a unique, south-of-the-border twist on eggnog that features coffee-flavor liqueur, light rum, and Mexican canela.

    • Spiked Eggnog

      Bourbon and creme de menthe give this eggnog its delectable, minty flavor. For a nonalcoholic version, just omit the alcohol and add 1/2 cup milk and 2 teaspoons vanilla into the yolk mixure after cooking.

    • Cappuccino Eggnog

      Like cappuccino? Love eggnog? Then you'll delight in this deliciously creamy holiday drink that serves up the best of both worlds. Garnish with orange peel for a fun touch of citrus.

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      Berry Eggnog Punch

      Eggnog gets a bright and fruity makeover with the help of cranberry-raspberry juice concentrate and a touch of bubbly lemon-lime soda.

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      Freezer-Friendly Holiday Cookies

      These Christmas cookies don't mind waiting around in the cold one bit. Get a leg up on holiday preparations by taking advantage of Christmas cookies' affinity for freezing. Each Santa-special treat can freeze for up to three months.
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