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Save money, and make your own!

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  • HAPPY HOLIDAYS! CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS
  • Decorations Statistics • Americans usually spend around $6 Billion on Christmas decorations • Holiday decorations sales may climb to 8.1% • The average person spends at LEAST $47 on decorations, and an additional $18 on holiday flowers and plants.
  • • Paper snowflakes • Painted jars/cartons • Paint glass bowls- fill with fun stuff! • Ornaments • Snowman hot chocolate gifts!
  • Paper Snowflakes* • First, begin with a square-shaped piece of white paper. • Fold paper in half to make a triangle. • Fold into another triangle: Fold the original triangle in half so the pointy corners meet. • Fold your triangle into thirds • Fold and make adjustments so it looks like the Picture shown - • Cut across the bottom of the triangle so it’s straight • Cut curvy lines and triangles out of the big triangle • Get creative with your shapes and lines! • Unfold when you’re done & TADAAA!
  • • You can use any kind of jars or cartons for this. Wash out a sauce jar after pasta, or a milk carton after it’s empty..(you get it) • The only other thing you need is paint! • Get creative, you can make a snowman, a reindeer, Santa, or just the memorable colors of Christmas!
  • Painted Jars/Cartons
  • Glass Bowls • At a craft store like Michaels or A.C. Moore, they sell different sized glass bowls. (Maybe used as vases?) • Paint those festive!- then you can fill them with candy, potpourri, or anything you’d like!
  • ORNAMENTS! • You can buy clear or white ornaments at many stores! • They are usually very cheap, the clear ones at Michaels Craft Store are 99 cents a piece! • Paint them Christmas-y and hang them on your tree! • You also can add glitter, or anything you’d like.
  • Hot Chocolate Snowman gifts! • Three jars or containers (going to be stacked) • Fill the bottom one with candy-canes or mints, the middle one with hot chocolate mix, and the top one with marshmallows! • Add a hat and a face to the top one, and some buttons to the others!
  • Tadaaaa!
  • Happy Holidays and Happy crafting!
  • Works Cited • http://www.marthastewart.com/276331/how-to-make-papersnowflakes/@center/1009041/christmas-crafts-projects#183572 • http://staff.bbhcsd.org/kolism/2013/01/04/weekly-newsletter-1-4-13/snowman/ • http://creativecottageonlline.blogspot.com/2010/11/christmas-jars.html • http://www.businessinsider.com/americans-are-spending-a-record-6-billion-on-christmasdecorations-2011-12 • http://money.msn.com/investing/latest.aspx?post=ab3e9dff-f7d1-4b12-bdd490f3e14c985c