Serve It Up: Fill a simple serving tray with Christmas ball ornaments for a quick and easy holiday centerpiece. Glass balls in all one
Putting sparkly ornaments in a punch bowl is a quick and easy centerpiece! More decorating ideas: http://www.bhg.com/christmas/ornaments/decorating-with-christmas-ornaments/?socsrc=bhgpin112813ornamentcenterpiece
A Dozen Healthy Dinners for $3 a Serving Trying to monitor your health and your pocketbook? The price is right with these home-cooked dinners, so skip the fast food and serve up one of these quick and easy meals that are rich in flavor.
Put some ornaments in it: add ornaments and pillar candles to a mirrored tray for simple Christmas coffee table decor. (And more ideas for simple holiday decorating!)
DIY glitter balls from the clear glass ball ornaments at craft stores. How easy!
Christmas Centerpiece: This table decoration is becoming a hit for every holiday season. Simply flip a wine glass over and place a candle on top. Underneath you can place Christmas ornaments or any other holiday trinkets.
DIY - Making Melted Crayon Glass Christmas Ornaments - I am sharing two different methods of making ornament balls that are super easy and beautiful too!
Simple decoration! I do these for every holiday. Go to Michael’s or Hobby Lobby and grab a few bags of artificial gourds and berries and fill it up for fall, or get a nice spool of ribbon and your favorite box of funky ornaments, fill it up and tie the ribbon around the jar. So simple but looks SO pretty!!!
Simple decoration! I do these for every holiday. Go to Michael's or Hobby Lobby and grab a few bags of artificial gourds and berries and fill it up for fall, or get a nice spool of ribbon and your favorite box of funky ornaments, fill it up and tie the ribbon around the jar. So simple but looks SO pretty!!!
Create a white Christmas using inexpensive glass cylinders from a crafts store. Click for details + more quick and easy holiday decorating ideas!
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Snowman Jell-O shot pops ~ Skewer up some simple snowman jello shots and serve a Christmas cocktail that's both clever and crafty. Made with gelatine, rum and pina colada mix... These really easy adorable adult Jell-O shot pops are perfect for your holiday party
Easy Christmas Ornaments Kids Can Make - With a little crafting glue, glitter, ornament balls, and paper, you can make Christmas ornaments for the tree while building lasting holiday memories with your kids. These ornaments are fun and easy for everyone to create!
Bejeweled Ornament from BHG. Dressed up in jewels for the holidays, these quick-to-make ornaments will be the star attraction of your Christmas tree. The ornaments are crafted using a purchased ball ornament, crafts-store beads, and gold glitter.
Web exclusive! Serve up a higher level of sophistication and style at all your party occasions with this dazzling Bella Court glass serving bowl from Mikasa . $24.99
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Shelley B Home and Holiday Decorator Christmas tree set. One set offers the ornaments, sprays, and garlands used to create the tree shown in this photo. Easy one click shopping and FREE Shipping. Click on the photo for details.
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Lentil and Sausage Soup | This is a VERY inexpensive meal, it cost me no more than $2.50 for the whole pot, so about $.41 a serving). I like to serve up easy meals like this with something simple like fresh cut apples. This meal would cost $1 or less per serving.
WHAT AN IDEA! Buy NOW your holiday gifts and make this Christmas easy! Christmas gifts for preschool - maltesers with one aniseed ball. A very cheap gift.
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Top your Christmas table with a quick, easy and festive holiday centerpiece. Carnations top a rectangular glass vase covered with candy canes. Attach candy canes to the vase with a hot-glue gun; anchor flowers in floral foam. If you like, spray canes with coats of clear acrylic spray to avoid stickiness. Finish with ribbon and mint.
When I have a Christmas or New Year's Eve party, I always serve this easy to make, Champagne punch. This is the recipe but you'll find a printable one at the end of this post. Champagne Holiday P...
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Quick n Easy Holiday Doorstep Decor! Fill a metal bucket or tin with pine sprigs, pinecones, and cut logs. Top off with a strand of Christmas lights and you have a warm and inviting scape to welcome guests.
Rainbow/primary color cupcakes made into a number 1 cake. "Tray" is cardboard covered in colorful wrapping paper. Centerpiece is glass vase filled with gum balls and 2 balloons. Balloons are secured on a simple grilling skewer that was painted. Add a ribbon to the top of the vase to complete the look
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Reindeer Antlers and Light-up Blinking Flashing Nose Set - One Size Fits All This Christmas Holiday
All you need for this easy activity is a glass jar or bottle, some cotton balls and a bean! Fill a glass jar with cotton balls. Place a bean on either side of the jar in the cotton balls. Water down the cotton balls till they are damp but not overly wet. You'll see sprout growth within a few days. After about 3 weeks, remove fully formed bean stalk from the glass jar and replant into a soil filled container! Great project for adults or kids!!
Dazzling Beads ornaments from BHG. For ornaments that dazzle, decorate satin balls with dimensional paint and shower them with the tiniest of beads. A few simple crafts supplies, our free pattern, and a steady hand are all you need to create these striking holiday decorations.
Ball Pit - i think this would be fun for a first birthday party. get one of the bigger blow up pools when summer is close to ending so it is super cheap and fill the bottom with balls. the bigger pool will keep you from having as much come out all over the place and let more kids play. great for parties where there will be a lot of toddlers in attendance and you dont really get to plan 'games'. :D
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