New holiday traditions can be fun, but more often than not we are in the mood for an old-fashioned Christmas. We’ve brought you crafts just like Grandma used to make, as well as a favorite from Grandma’s recipe box! These festive crafts and recipes will save you money while also filling your home with the holiday spirit.
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If you love having a tree in every room of your house, you will love this simple pattern. Make this Vintage Crocheted Tree and use it to decorate your home for years to come.
Every holiday table needs a decorative piece to pull everything together, and this easy Holiday Candle Wreath will make the perfect centerpiece. You can make the wreath with only a few materials and then arrange it around a candle that has been placed in a vase.
This lovely Christmas bouquet makes a great decoration for yourself or as a gift for someone else. Friends and family will love decorating with this beautiful Hanging Holiday Bouquet.
What could be more festive than a fresh salad made with Christmas colors? This Red and Green Holiday Salad is made with baby greens, beets, and goat cheese for an elegant salad.
Every family has a traditional cookie recipe that they always make for Christmas, and this recipe for Criss-Cross Cookies might become your family’s new favorite. These precious cookies are topped with sprinkles for festive flair.
This recipe for Old-Fashioned Rock Candy is the perfect place to start if you want to learn how to make homemade candy. This is a wonderful recipe to share with your family and friends this holiday season.
What were your grandma’s favorite holiday traditions?
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