Monday, December 17, 2012

Holiday Ten

Ten Things to Make Your Holidays Fun

Before you toss out your old 2012 calendars, here's 5 ways to reuse them and a bunch of fun craft projects to make with them.

Cooking Light magazine has a nice collection of Christmas cookie recipes here that take a lighter approach to classic holiday treats.

This article on eco-friendly holiday gift wrapoffers some good tips on ways you can skip the pricey store-bought rolls and go green by recycling stuff around your house as wrapping material.

For those who would rather dodge the malls, here are Ten Things You Can Make as Last-minute Gifts

If you need a delicious treat or a sweet hostess gift but you don't want to haul out the candy thermometer, try my no-brainer fudge recipe here.

The Official NORAD Santa Tracker is keeping a countdown to the big night; this year they have a series of hidden interactive activities in their Christmas village for the kids to enjoy (click on the activities tab on the home page.)

Snowday's holiday classic Create a Snowflake site is celebrating their 10th year, and it's just as much fun as ever to make your own (virtual) snowflake.

Can you throw away Christmas cards? For some reason I can't, so I was glad to find Martha Stewart's nine crafty ways to recycle old Christmas cards.

Jacquie Lawson's animated e-card The Snow Dog is one of my favorite holiday stops.

Writer pals are not that tough to please; here's my ten list of gifts you can make for us.

1 comment:

  1. Jacquie Lawson's card is one of my favorite Christmas things. And so is your fudge!

    I love this time of year. I couldn't say that for a long time. But I can now.


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