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CIJ: Christmas Crafts July 17, 2009

Posted by texasheartland in Christmas, Christmas in July, Crafts, DIY, ornaments, Wreaths.
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To me, making crafts at Christmas is fun! Making snowmen out of pillbottles or Angles out of styrofoam. If you’re creative and not sure how to make your Christmas homemade without spending hords of money on bows that will only be ripped off in seconds or ornaments that will end up broken before they’re even taken back into storage, try making your own homemade Christmas!

At HowStuffWorks, they have articles on many different articles on how to make Christmas ornaments as well as wreaths. The wreaths they create on HowStuffWorks are intricate so if you have patience and want to make a wreath that is Macy’s worthy, head over here to make your own “Snow-Themed Wreath”. But you also have the choice of making other types of wreaths as well as ornaments and garland.

If you want more selection and kid-friendly crafts, AllFreeCrafts.com is your place to go. They have hundreds of Christmas crafts to choose from and they even have crafts for your children to do this Christmastime. While they may seem difficult, they are actually rather easy to create. Even if you wanted to make some extra cash, you can sell your creations on Etsy.com in time for the Holidays. If you’re REALLY into make your own Christmas ornaments, AllFreeCrafts.com has plenty of ways to spice up an transparent ball ornament. and AssociatedContent.com has tons of articles for you to pick from if you are interested in making your own painted Christmas ball ornament.

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1. Lynn - July 18, 2009

Think it would be lots of fun this year to make a lot of our Christmas decorations, bows and stuff.

2. why - April 30, 2010

thiss is crapppppp

3. Karina - June 6, 2010

I am going to share your site to show the world that it is possible to have a popular blog showing the world what you like to do.


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