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50 Homemade Christmas Ideas

Merry Christmas everyone!  I know that there are many people out there who think that sometimes Christmas comes too early. I wholeheartedly disagree.  Whenever it is Christmas time, people are more patient, more forgiving, more giving, more thoughtful, more kind, and more Christlike.  I think that the longer that we can feel these attitudes in our hearts the better.  I am always a little disappointed when I have to put my Christmas decorations away because it is all too quick that we will drift back into our everyday busy lives.  So I am all for starting Christmas early!

That being said, we have got an AMAZING round up for you – 50 Homemade Christmas Ideas! We have chosen what we think are FIVE great IDEAS in each of the following 10 areas:

Free Printables, Main Dishes, Side Dishes, Candy, Cookies, Desserts, Gift Tags, Advent Calendars, Gingerbread and Ornaments.

Go ahead and check these out!

FREE PRINTABLES

1. “I Believe” Free Printable by Insitefull Living

2.  Oh Holy Night by The Shabby Creek Cottage

3.  Grinch Printable from Happiness is Homemade

4.  Free Christmas Printables in Blue by Refresh Restyle

5.  Free Christmas Wall Art by On Sutton Place

DRUM ROLL PLEASE….AND NOW FOR THE COOKIES!

6.  White Chocolate Cranberry Blondies by Made From Pinterest

7.  Candy Cane Blossoms from Baked Perfection

8.  Raspberry Almond Thumbprint Cookies by Sally’s Baking Addiction

9.  Melting Snowman Cookies by Made From Pinterest

10.  Homemade Samoa Cookies by Just a Taste

For Christmas Ideas 11-20 – Candy and Free Gift Tags, click here.

For Christmas Ideas 21-30 – Main Dish and Side Dishes, click here.

For Christmas Ideas 31-40 – Advent Calendars and Ornaments, click here.

For Christmas Ideas 41-50 – Gingerbread and Desserts, click here.

Comments

  1. Thanks for including my blue printables!
    Debbie

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