Create a unique Christmas wreath from classic pine tree air fresheners.
Create candy Christmas trees to go with your gingerbread house or to use as place cards on the table.
Let your friends know your new address with a quirky postcard featuring Santa and his GPS.
Decorate chocolate-covered strawberries to look like classic Christmas tree lights for a fun and tasty Christmas treat
Revive mismatched Christmas tins with a bit of paint and dimensional decor.
Use decorative packing tape and fused plastic to create an ultra-modern Christmas stocking.
Create custom frames for your favorite Christmas cards to use them as art.
Embed a QR code into your Christmas cards and share digital media with your family and friends.
Celebrate the season with a cake filled with candy cane buttercream and decorated with frosting ribbons.
Create a unique Advent calendar that’s filled with lottery tickets to make the countdown to Christmas extra fun for adults and kids alike.
Manage the piles of trash on Christmas morning with a large, wrapped box that adds to the atmosphere and keeps things clean at the same time.
Use colored duct tape to decorate a traditional Christmas wreath and decorative trees.
Delight guests at your cookie swap with take-home recipe albums made with simple scrapbooking supplies and a Unibind book creator.
Create a fun snowman ornament for your Christmas tree out of shiny sequins.
Download our Christmas bag tags to create decorative labels for the special treats at your next Christmas party.
Sew a simple pouch to hold postage stamps that’s not only handy for yourself, but also makes a perfect quick gift for someone who has everything.
Add some fur trim to your Christmas wrapping boxes to make them look as festive as Santa himself!
Make a quick burlap coal bag and fill it with black candy for a fun Christmas gift for the naughty person on your list.
Make extraordinary greeting cards with ordinary items from the hardware store.
Use our folding photo cube tutorial and our new downloadable images to create your own folding cube that celebrates the 12 Days of Christmas.
Make a unique Christmas wreath in just a few minutes with extra-wide mesh ribbon.
Use Charlie Brown Christmas stamps to make a fun garland to hang on a tree or across a doorway.
Create a mantel or table decoration inspired by w winter forest with a few inexpensive supplies.
Use an over-the-door shoe organizer to create a unique Grinch Advent calendar.
Learn how to turn leftover candy canes into a delightful syrup that’s a treat when drizzled over ice cream or mixed into hot chocolate.
Turn an old cork into a festive reindeer Christmas ornament with just a few simple craft supplies.
Celebrate the season and indulge in a treat with our recipe for triple-chocolate cookies topped with crushed candy canes.
Use ribbon and pins to make unique pine cone ornaments to hang on your tree.
Make quick photo tags for your Christmas gifts this year and delight all your family members on Christmas morning!
Learn how to make mini velvet Santa bags that are trimmed with fur and ready to be stuffed with goodies.
Have fun making a snowman wall hanging out of felt with interchangeable pieces!
Remind people that Santa is watching with these cute little Naughty and Nice tickets.
Make chocolate-filled cookie cutters for an inexpensive and easy homemade gift.
Save money this Christmas by recycling old gift boxes into festive Christmas postcards
Use marshmallows and twisty straws to make chocolate-covered snowmen treats.
Bake up some Christmas party invitations that look like gingerbread houses.
Use our cute cookie-shaped invitation to get friends together for a holiday cookie swap.
Dress up your holiday cupcakes with our new Cupcake Collars for Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa and join us in our excitement over the new CupcakeCollars.com site!
Recycle the Christmas cards you receive using these 10 different ideas. Learn how to make scrapbooks and bookmarks and get ideas for donating them.
Paint your child’s hand to create a Santa keepsake image for years to come!
Make it easy to find presents under the Christmas tree by color coding the gift wrap to suit the recipients.
Use pretty, self-adhesive gift tags instead of normal name tags to help identify guests at a large party.
Learn to make your own bows out of ribbon. This simple technique works great for gift wrap, baskets, and decorations for Christmas or any other occasion.
Get lots of tips for hosting your own cookie swap party this Christmas.
Try our recipes for classic holiday candy-making that include: fondant candy, fudge, cream pull candy, caramels and English toffee.
Use polymer clay to create an advent calendar house. Start with an empty house on Day 1 and add a new piece to it every day until Christmas, and you’ll end up with a beautifully decorated house.