Start a family tradition by giving each member an ornament for the holiday.
Disney is a favorite Christmas destination for the beauty of its decorations. You can achieve that look at your home or office.
You don't need to spend a fortune making your Christmas tree colorful and pretty. Here are thrifty tips for free and almost free decorations.
Gather family photos to make a collage for a gift for Christmas or another occasion. Check out my suggestions and examples.
My parents made dozens of these yarn Santa faces. The base is a bleach bottle but it turns out delightful. Everyone loves them. Here's how to make your own.
Don't send a ho-hum Christmas card. You need a card that shows your interest, your passion for street rods or vintage autos. These are fun and Christmasy and all about cars.
Fairy gardens are so much fun to create. Don't wait for summer, make one especially for Christmas. Here are tips for what to include in your Christmas themed fairy garden. A fun project for all ages.
It's a sad Christmas if someone lacks gifts or food. When others see that and help them out, that sad holiday becomes a joyful one. A random act of kindness gladdens both the giver and the receiver.
Make Victorian style ornaments for the Christmas tree. All you need is wide ribbon, scissors and a needle and thread.
Your mailbox can be the prettiest one on the street with a seasonal greenery swag. The artificial ones last for years and even have cordless lights to brighten the scene. Lovely!
Crepe paper flowers, sombreros and mariachi figures... it's a Mexican Christmas tree. Make your own ornaments or buy some that are ready to hang. Feliz Navidad!
Mailing gifts gets frustrating if the pretty bows are crushed in the mail. Learn an easy, inexpensive way to protect the bows so your presents arrive as pretty as when you first wrapped them.
Whether you live in Florida or just wish you did, you can treat yourself to a Florida-themed Christmas tree. Having lived in the Sunshine State for 10 years, I have some great ideas to make it special.
Retirees flock to the warm winters in Florida. Need ideas for a retirement gift or family presents for someone living there or moving there? Here are tips from a Florida retiree for the last 10 years.
These window posters are easy-up for Christmas and easy-to-store for next year. For a few dollars they add big impact when the lights shine through them. Seen from the sidewalk or street, they add a festive touch to...
Using acorns and pine cones, make an easy pixie ornament for the Christmas tree. It's cute and oh, so simple.
Decorate your tree with special ornaments from Africa. Celebrate the country of your ancestry or the entire continent. Add some African animals and some handmade ornaments. Delightfully unique.
Angels don't have to be saved for just the top of the tree. If you love angels, like I do, then fill the whole tree with angel ornaments. Angel ornaments come in all materials and styles so you can specialize in one...
Add some Christmas touches to your golf cart for riding around the course or in your golf-cart-friendly community. Go all out with your decorating if you're going to be in the holiday parade.
Whether you leave along the coast or just wish you did, you can tantalize your friends with these beach Christmas cards. Your cards will stand out from all the snow scenes that everyone else sends.
You want your library's Christmas tree to evoke oohs and ahs. Perhaps you want a book related theme or local theme. Maybe you want it to raise funds or bring in donations. Here are ideas for you.
Don't let lack of money mean an unhappy Christmas. There are many free and inexpensive ways to have a happy holiday for your family. Check out my tips for a thrifty and merry Christmas.
Make your Christmas tree reflect your travels and places you've lived over the years. You can make or buy ornaments or bring them back as souvenirs. You'll have a tree that's unique to you!