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Fun Easy Christmas Decorations For Your Tree

Updated on November 27, 2011

Fun Easy Christmas Crafts For Your Tree

If you are like me your house is a buzz with Christmas hyperactivity. It happened every year. My son gets strung out by all the Christmas music and merriment. This in turn make him very hyper and while it is absolutely normal it is a bit overwhelming. So I have to head it off by putting him in demand. I make him help me with every little project I can think of. And if you read my work you have an idea of how many ideas I have for him. I literally try to over dose him with Christmas so he calms down and for the most part it works.

This year a kind hubber suggested we get creative and make ornaments. Let me give her credit right here. This is her link and I highly suggest all of your read her. She is wonderful.

But I also wish to follow up on her suggestion and share my research into making home ornaments for the holidays. So this article in general will cover decorations to put on your tree by making ornaments, recycling old ornaments, making candy candies and finally if you are up for it some wood crafting.

All of these projects are simple inexpensive and can be done with your children.

Making Ornaments 1

Christmas Ornaments 2

Christmas Ornaments 3

Going Green and Creating New Ornaments

We are all trying to be more ecological conservative so recylcing old Christmas ornaments and DVD(s) maybe a fun and interesting envriomentally friendly hliday gift you give to yourself and the planet. These projects are relatively simple, inexpensive and child friendly. The best gift to give your child may be that of learning conservation.

Go Use for Old Scratched Up DVD

What Christmas Tree Would Be Complete Without Candy Canes?

Every Christmas Tree must have Candy Canes. And they are a simple inexpensive decoration that also tastes very good. This too is a simple instructional guide to make candy cane decorations for your holiday tree.

Wood Carving a Christmas Ornament

This is for the more adult individual but I wanted this hub to have something for everyone. BUt be very careful not to allow children to do this unless they are very skilled.


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    • JT Walters profile image

      JT Walters 6 years ago from Florida

      Thanks for reading Mary and commenting.

      All My Best,


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      Mary Hyatt 6 years ago from Florida

      Good videos. Thanks for sharing all this info.