Wednesday, December 1, 2010

100 Fun Holiday Things To Do...

Given that it is the first of December and all...I thought you all might like some inspiration. For links, scroll over the words...
*First and foremost, check out the ROCKING WIP DT GALLERY and oogle over their amazing creations...
*Hands down, favorite yearly neighbor gift...the Edible Snowman.
*Help a teacher at your child's school. This time of year is crazy busy for them, too.
*ADORABLE Lolly Chops printables and recipes for small gifts. Must. Try.
*Bake these yummy Peanut Butter Cup Cookies for your office party...
*Host a Gingerbread House Party for other moms and daughters...
*Make a Tomato Cage Card Holder. And this one is cool, too!So cute!
*Homemade Caramel Popcorn. Oh, my...
*Lift this beautiful Hostess Gift and make them for upcoming parties.
*Create a 2011 Calendar for someone you love and fill it with favorite photos...
*Make a Wool Wreath...
*Package Spicy Gingerbread Cake for a neighbor...
*Make this cute accessory holder for a little girl in your life...
*Check out these 10 different Advent Calendars...
*Create and package Thank you Cards for a go-to gift...
*Create a Photo Card Carousel with your Christmas Cards...
*Send a Package From Home and support our troops!
*Make Christmas cut-out cookies after reading this post...
*Revisit this blog post and lift something...
*Watch something from ABC Family's 25 Days of Christmas with the klan...
*Create a fleece cape for that special little girl in your life (and it's NO SEW!)
*Make a Cookie Cutter Wreath...
*Get the drill out and make these adorable Scrabble Tile Ornaments...
*Pick up the phone and call an old friend or family member, and tell them you're thinking of them.
*Kellogg's Rice Krispie Tree Wreaths.
*Make a Paper Wreath from the Dollar Store...
*Clean the sock drawer and use the spent socks on this wreath. AWESOME!
*Create an edible Candy Chain...
*Give a Dog Bone Wreath to your favorite 4-legged friend...
*Check out any of these edible holiday wreaths. Man.
*Create a favorite holiday music CD as a family gift for friends and neighbors.
*Create these beautiful beaded Christmas Trees. My kids will love this one!
*Make a Holiday Shadow Box and display it!
*Make a $1 Christmas Card Holder.
*Eggless Eggnog. Divine!
*Make a child's apron from a pillowcase!
*Try out a new recipe!
*Turn photos into ornaments...
*Really cute, really easy Advent Calendar for the kiddos...
*Use what you HAVE.
*Crochet a cute Headband...
*Make Chocolate Caramel Candy and try not to eat it all...
*Homemade Christmas Crackers are fun and functional!
*Homemade Oreo Cookies. You won't be sorry you did.
*Copy these cool ideas for placemats and painted shutters. Swoon!
*Make a work of art using my children's thumbprints, like the one here.
*And when I'm done doing their thumbprints, I'll do their whole hand for this ornament. LOVE!
*Create an edible garland!
*Frame your child's artwork as a gift for someone special.
*Chocolate Covered Christmas Wreaths...yum!
*Make homemade body scrub for a loved one.
*Elf Yourself here.
*Have the kids make a Fruit Loop Garland like this one. FUN!
*Use the self-timer and get IN the group photo!
*Acrylic Block Ornaments make a great gift!
*Make this really gorgeous urn...
*Make a Cookie Recipe book for the holidays...
*Decorative Soap Dispensers are affordable and FUN with children!
*Turn the TV off and turn Christmas music on...
*Make a fun peppermint milkshake...
*Make several pairs of felt slippers...and share them!
*Homemade Hot Cocoa in cute containers. Get on it!
*Pay it forward and buy someone's lunch...
*Lift an idea from this post and get crafty...
*Adopt a family for the holidays...
*Delight in making a homemade snow globe with your kids...
*Take an elderly family member out for a drive to see the lights...
* Visit Portable North Pole and show and make a video from Santa for your kiddo...
*Start a new holiday tradition of your own...
*Wrap packages in kraft paper and twine...
*Buy an Advent calendar for someone...
*Create a stocking for Santa as a gift of thanks...
* Make Red-Nosed Reindeer Lollipops...
*Give someone an old photograph in a frame this Christmas.
*Create a one-of-a-kind gingerbread cookie like this one.
*Take a ride on a horse-drawn sleigh.
*Make these Sugared Pecans. Wow--those look divine...
*Make this amazing Clip it up wreath by following Christine Middlecamp's awesome tuitorial.
*And when you're finished with the pecans, print out these adorable tags for packaging...
*Write letters to Santa on a Dry Erase Board like this one...
*List a few of your favorite things.
*Read Twas the Night Before Christmas...
*Make Christmas cookies with a friend and swap.
*Create personalized gift card boxes...
*Go caroling with friends...
*Take your children to visit Santa...
*Write a letter to Santa yourself...
*Alter candy sticks and package them beautifully...
*Play Secret Snowman with the kids...
*Make Near Instant Peanut Brittle for that special someone...
*Make your own gift tags...
*Count the snowflakes on your eyelashes...
*Watch The Grinch with your kids...
*Create a glittered garland like Martha...
*Light a candle and say a prayer for someone you love--past or present--every day in December.
*Work on your December Daily, daily.
*Make edible Kwanzaa Celebration Sticks...
*Holiday Cookies in a Jar=DELISH!
*Make these PB Knock-off candles. Cool!
*Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas. PEACE!

14 comments:

em said...

Love this post! :)

Michelle*G said...

Fabulous list! Thanks for sharing the ideas!

Lisa K in tx said...

Thanks so much for putting this post together! Awesome! Your blog is a great place to be...wish you would turn it into a book to purchase...especially with all your yummy recipes! :) Lisa

pickmepam said...

i love this post.

Heather said...

I LOVE these lists of yours!!! Thank you thank you!!!!

Amanda said...

Thanks for putting my project in here! What a fun list!! :)

Amanda

Debbi Tehrani said...

Oh, how I love this list! And oh, how I wish December had more than 31 days so I could do all of them!

jamie said...

wow!

Kristin said...

What a fun post, thanks, lots of good ideas :) Your tree is beautiful!

Candice said...

This is such a fantastic list!! Love it!

Nathalie said...

TOTALLY FUN and overwhelming!!!!! Thank you for all the great ideas!!!

C.R.A.F.T. said...

i just posted about your post on my blog :) what great ideas!

Mary Ann Jenkins said...

Super post!! Thanks for all the great ideas!

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