Whether you're hanging shiny red ornaments on fragrant green Christmas trees or mounting pretty green pine wreaths adorned with lovely red bows, red and green are the colors of Christmas. But don't feel limited to these classics when decking the halls.
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To prepare the dough, mix cup salt, 1 cup flour, and cup water until sticky. Roll the dough to inch thickness, and cut out snowflake shapes with cookie cutters. Use a skewer to pierce a hole for hanging. Bake the shapes for 4 hours in a oven.
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For a Mason jar gift you can make in bulk, try these easy candles. Wrap the jar with wide plaid ribbon. Secure with three jute strings tied in a bow. Hot-glue a pinecone and artificial greenery to the bow. Place a tall, slender pillar candle in the jar.
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Top Christmas Centerpiece: Lanterns and Greenery: Pull together a top-notch Christmas table display with our easy decoration. Simply place white pillar candles in clear glass lanterns with metal frames. Add an evergreen garland and pinecones to finish.