Showing posts with label Christmas. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Christmas. Show all posts

42 People Having A Worse Christmas Day Than You



Christmas is only merry until you sink your teeth into a soap lobster thinking it's chocolate. Or until you shatter your glass table and your entire dinner ends up on the floor. The beauty of the internet, however, is that no matter what happens to you, no matter how crappy your holidays feel, you can always browse it to find someone who's having it worse. Bored Panda has compiled a list of photos of people who probably wish to forget their Christmas (or at least parts of it), and they will make yours look 10/10.

#1 Thanks, Aunt!


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#2 My Parents Made My Wife A Stocking For Christmas


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#3 Well, There Goes Christmas Lunch


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Pompoms Christmas Decorations


These beautiful Christmas crafts with pompoms made of wool or yarns are fun, colorful and attract a lot of attention, especially for the children. 
That is why these ideas are perfect for decorating our Christmas tree when we have small children at home. 

Making a pompom of wool or yarn is easy and once you have some ready, you can decorate them creating your favorite Christmas characters, using pompoms, beads, pipe cleaners and pieces of felt. Some of the decorations are made on the basis of two pieces, simply take two pompoms and glue one on top of the other using hot silicone. 
Check out the basic procedure for making pompoms and the ideas we collected for you ... enjoy crafting

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20 Paper Rolls Christmas Crafts


If you are like some of us here, you probably horde all sorts of “craft supplies” because you just “never know when you might need it.” We’ve all been there, you are in good company.

Today is the day, though, to break out those bags of toilet paper rolls that you have been ferreting away and put them to excellent use! We have a whole slew of crafts that you can make for this holiday season and the only cure is more toilet paper rolls! Get out your scissors because we are going to town on these little cardboard tubes!

Read Full Article: home made home ideas - 20 Fantastic Things To Make With Paper Rolls This Christmas

Melted Snowman Bark


Other than the yummy holiday treats, one of the best things about winter is all the cute crafty project ideas that come with it. This Melted Snowman Chocolate Bark is a two-in-one, both a delicious holiday treat AND a cute crafty recipe the whole family can enjoy.

It's surprisingly easy to whip up a batch of this bark, and the results are simply adorable! There's only six simple ingredients and it doesn't take long or make a mess, so it's a great activity to do with kids!


Ingredients:

  • White Melting Chocolate
  • Mini Reese's Peanut Butter Cups
  • Candy Eyes
  • Orange Jimmies
  • Red Mini M&M's
  • Pretzel Sticks
  • Wax Paper

Directions:

  1. Line a cookie tray with either a silicon baking sheet or wax paper.
  2. Melt chocolate according to the directions on the package.
  3. Cut the bottom portion of the peanut butter cups off and put them back together, but slightly off alignment (this gives it the "hat" look).
  4. Pour chocolate on to baking sheet and spread out using a spatula.
  5. Place all of the "snowman" parts on top of the chocolate. Place in refrigerator for 10 minutes to set.
  6. Carefully break into pieces.

10+ Of The Most Creative Christmas Hairstyles Ever


Christmas is just around the corner and we're all slowly getting into that holiday mode. If you think that your ugly Christmas sweater will not be enough this year, we have you covered. Bored Panda compiled a list of the most creative Christmas hairstyles ever, perfect to add the extra novelty to your Christmas outfit.

From Rudolph the red nose reindeer buns, to Christmas trees on the head or in a beard, everyone will surely find something they like. If you decide to wear something festive in your hair, do not hesitate and upload your pic to this list!

#1 Christmas Tree Braid With Green Ribbon

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#2 Christmas Tree Braid

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28 Ideas To Decorate Your Home With Recycled Wood This Christmas


There are just three weeks left before Christmas…can you believe it? But I think it is still not late to make your holiday home décor. Instead, it is the best time to start preparing your Christmas presents, Christmas tree, Christmas ornaments and all the things about Christmas decorations. If you want to make the holiday home décor of this year be more attractive than last year, you must try some new and fresh Christmas decoration ideas. We have already introduced you some examples that brought wood elements into the home decor, and now they are also suitable for the Christmas decorations. Natural wooden element in home decor is always pleasing to the eyes and makes us feel cozy and warm that are also the Christmas feeling. Here we have gathered some ideas to assist you to decorate your holiday home with recycled wood. They are easy to make, and you can do them with your family, especially children. Have a look and Enjoy!

Rice Krispies Santa Hats - A New Snack to Leave out for Santa


Are cookies your usual go-to for Santa's late night snack on Christmas Eve? Well, we've got something new! Rice krispie Santa hats are a something new try with the same amazing taste as a freshly baked cookie. Try them out this year and be sure to make some extra's for yourselves!


Ingredients:

  • 6 cups of Kellogg's Rice Krispies
  • 10 ounces of marshmallows
  • 3 tablespoons of butter
  • red food coloring
  • vanilla frosting

Directions:

  1. Use cooking spray to coat a 9 inch cake pan and set aside.
  2. In a large pot, melt together  butter and marshmallows.
  3. Once melted, add in the red food coloring until you get your desired color of red.
  4. Add in the rice krispies and mix together, then empty into the cake pan and allow to cool.
  5. Once cooled, remove the rice krispies from the pan and cut into 8 equal triangle pieces.
  6. Place the vanilla frosting into a piping bag, and add a snowball pom pom at the top, and a furry base of each triangle.

Santa Cam Ornament


With the holiday season upon us and kids getting more and more excited everyday, why not add some "Christmas magic" into the house. Introducing the Santa Cam, a little DIY project similiar to the idea of the Elf on the Shelf which helps encourage children to behave in order to make Santa's nice list. Give it a try today!


Materials:

  • clear ball ornament
  • black paint
  • 1/2" to 1" washer
  • red paint marker
  • white paint marker
  • hot glue gun

Instructions:

  1. Remove the hanger portion of your ornament and set it aside.
  2. Squeeze black paint inside the ornament and start to roll it around in order to completely coat the inside (add more if paint if need be).
  3. Set ornament aside and allow to dry.
  4. Using your hot glue gun, add two drops of glue to the back of your washer and then attach to the center of your ornament and allow to dry.
  5. Use the white paint marker to write "Santa Cam", and allow to dry.
  6. Use the red paint marker to create a "recording light" beside the washer, and allow to dry.
  7. Attach the hanger portion once the ball is completely dry, and hang on tree.

Bring the Magic of Unicorns to Your Tree This Year!


Is your Christmas tree missing a little something? Bring in the Christmas magic with these sparkling, magestic, unicorn ornaments! You will have a blast making these with your kids, and a beautiful decoration to show throughout the holiday.


Materials:

  • glitter mod podge
  • clear medium sized ornaments
  • black paint pen
  • model magic
  • pink paint
  • super glue

Instructions:

  1. Begin by painting the ornament with glitter mod podge (refrain from painting the face), then set aside to dry.
  2. Using the black paint pen, draw on the eyes and nose, and set aside to dry.
  3. Roll out your model magic, and create a unicorn horn and two ears.
  4. Super glue the horn and ears on to the ornament, then paint pink and allow to dry.
  5. Find the perfect spot to hang your magical ornament.

18 Ideas to decorate Christmas trees with the theme of Mickey Mouse


If you are a fan of Mickey Mouse or have children at home who adore this beloved character, this Christmas you can choose the theme and the decoration of your Christmas tree inspired by Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.

Below you can see the best 18 ideas of what people have decorated their Christmas trees, many of them chose to use dolls, Mickey's Hands , tree topper, ornaments in red and black and Christmas meshes.

Let your creativity start, and use decorations that you already have at home or that you can buy or make by yourself.

Do it yourself and enjoy this Christmas with your family.

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Here is an easy tutorial on how to make 4 different Disney inspired Christmas ornaments for your tree:


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