Tuesday, December 1, 2015

top ten & pin it tuesday: tis the season

tis the season......

[one]

I love this idea!

From teens to toddlers start a new family tradition on Christmas Eve with this Night Before Christmas Box!

new pjs, a Christmas movie, popcorn, & cocoa supplies to be opened on Christmas Eve!


[two]

Dreamy Whites: French Farmhouse Christmas Items in the Shop, Wintersteen Farms Wreaths, and a Container Sale

I love little live trees....

MERRY + HAPPY


[three]

Cute candy cane hot cocoa bar!

a hot cocoa bar is a good idea...anytime!


[four]

Elf taking a selfie

the cutest Elf on the Shelf prank!


[five]

Mercury glass bulbs

mercury glass ornaments...my fave!


[six]

absolutely love the way this Christmas card is addressed!!

a cool way to address a Christmas card <3

I LOVE sending and getting cards...it's one of my favorite parts of the holiday!



[seven]

I am obsessed with photo cards ((((and only got to send them 1 time in 32 years!))))

the perfect Christmas cards....

Christmas photo idea.. awesome! Cards, family, individual. ... too cute!

The holidays are a time to bring family together. What better way to spread holiday cheer than with these original family Christmas card photo ideas.

Dogs with Christmas Lights, Fun and Creative Christmas Card Photo Ideas, http://hative.com/fun-creative-christmas-card-photo-ideas/,
Allie would never go for it! :O)


real life.....cute idea!

15 Hilarious Christmas Card Photos - Oddee.com.  ummm the naked family ones are weird.:




[eight]

wood slice ornaments are popular this year...easy DIY project

Make Pen and Ink Wood Slice Ornaments in under 15 minutes! Designed by Jen Goode plus a Free Printable for you to use.Wood Slice Christmas Ornaments - Becoming Martha



[nine]

Cut and cover a toilet paper or paper towel roll with decorative paper. Center in a jar and fill in around the roll with favorite candy. Nestle money or other small gifts inside.

cute way to give a $$ gift!


[ten]

"JOY" can be displayed on your door all year by changing the flowers on the wreath, to berries, to stars, etc. Distressed wooden letters attached with jute to wreath. Hung from strips of burlap.

I love this idea for your front door!




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