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    Quote Originally Posted by Myztiks#1Fan View Post
    Today we painted pine cones white and sprinkled glitter on them. Also tied a piece of string at the top and it can hand on your tree or elsewhere.

    Very simple yet quite fun

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    What a cool idea. I think I might try that today!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isabeau View Post
    last yr we did rudolph faces with hands and feet prints.
    One footprint for the face two hand prints for antlers and a finger print for red nose or less mesyy you can draw hands and feet cut them out and stick them together
    Another one is to paint Cheapo terra-cotta pots (Kmart for
    $2) then use kids hands as antlers and fill the pots with Lollies or whatever so they can also be used instead of a stocking or for a gift.

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    We also brought heaps of cheap balls for the tree from woolies and decorated them with littler pens and sequins and feathers ect. They look fantastic too!! It was only $2 for a pack of 6 big ones.

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    OK I'm back on the pc so here's what we are planning to make:
    - cardboard christmas trees and decorate with glitter (here)
    - snowflakes (here)
    - toilet paper roll santas (here)
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    triple stars (here) (light enough to hang on the tree)
    And if i get all that done I will be making myself a stiff gin & tonic to finish! lol

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    They also are selling at Kmart for $15 a christmas craft tub with all activities like wreaths rudolph headband etc.

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