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Easy Paper Snowmen Ornaments
Celebrate winter with your children by making these adorable paper snowmen. Your kids will love this craft! The snowmen ornaments may look complicated to make, but they're quite simple. Just glue paper circles together to form a large and small paper snowball. Stack the short ball over the large one and glue together. You now have a snowman!Continue to 3 of 11 below.
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Paper and Glitter Noel Christmas Card
Give your friends and family an exceptional handmade card this year with our simple tutorial. This beautiful greeting card is constructed from craft paper, an ornamental snowflake, and red glitter paper. Your recipients will appreciate the time you spent to create something truly unique.Continue to 4 of 11 below.
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3D Paper SnowflakesContinue to 6 of 11 below.
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Paper Plate SnowmanContinue to 7 of 11 below.
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The Prettiest Winter Paper Lanterns
Brighten up long winter evenings with this lovely woodland-themed paper lantern craft. Place the lanterns on your fireplace mantel, tabletop, or window sills. They have a beautiful glow, adding ambiance to your decor. When you're done using them, fold them flat and store them in an envelope until next year.Continue to 9 of 11 below.
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Paper Cut Winter Village
Make Christmas memories for your family with this winter village craft. Make the paper village from plain white cardstock cut on a digital die cutter or make them by hand if you don't have a machine. The village is three layers deep with glowing electric tea lights in between.Continue to 10 of 11 below.
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Paper Christmas Cactus Plant
Paper flowers are a favorite among crafters. This year, why not make a paper Christmas cactus as a gift for your friends who don't have a green thumb? The pretty red and green paper plant will stay beautiful for a long time and it never needs to be watered.Continue to 11 of 11 below.
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Christmas Paper Office Party Decorations
Most of the time, Christmas party decorations are your standard evergreen wreaths, bunting, and ornaments. Brittany Watson Jepsen from The House That Lars Built does it differently. She decided to throw an office Christmas party adorned with handmade decorations using only a single ream of paper. Paper ream holiday decorations are not your standard Christmas decor, but fabulous nonetheless.