Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas: 1) Home Decor Craft Ideas

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Find fun Disney-inspired art and craft ideas for kids of all ages—including holiday and seasonal crafts, decorations, and more. ChEARs to Throwing the Ultimate Mickey Baby Shower! The secret ingredient in this mix is the mini chocolate chips, which melt when combined with the boiling water and give the cocoa an extra-rich flavor. The recipe makes enough for four gift-size portions, each of which can be measured into a small plastic bag and tucked into a cup or mug filled with mini marshmallows, candy stick stirrers, and a spoon. How to make it: Measure all of the ingredients into a mixing bowl and whisk them until they are evenly blended. Store the mix in a tightly covered container at room temperature until you’re ready to package it.

Makes about 4 cups of mix. These holiday candles are ideal gifts and fun for kids to make. Beeswax is a joy to work with: it’s flexible, gently scented, and easy to cut with a cookie cutter. How to make it: For each candle, use a cookie cutter to make 10 identical shapes from the wax sheets. Divide the shapes into two stacks of 5. Sandwich a wick between the two stacks, starting at the bottom and extending it beyond the top by at least an inch. If they don’t stick together, take the wax layers apart and use a hair dryer to gently warm each one before restacking them, adding the wick as instructed above.

Trim the wick to about a half-inch. These cleverly personalized coasters offer a fun, open-handed expression of your child’s generosity: “Here,” they seem to say. For extra appeal and versatility, we’ve applied different fabrics to the sides of the coasters. How to make it: Trace your child’s hand on a piece of card stock and cut it out to make a template. Use a pencil or chalk to trace the desired number of coasters on one of the fabrics. Trim the fabric into a rectangle that contains all of your tracings, then trim the second fabric and the interfacing to match its size. Cut along the traced lines with scissors.