When the holiday festivities have come to a close and you are looking for some projects to fill the Christmas craft void, we hope you will enjoy making our Glowing Jar and other low-cost projects. As always, we have also brought you a collection of affordable recipes that will help get your budget back in order after buying all of those Christmas gifts.
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If you are looking for the perfect craft to entertain your kids while they are on winter break, try making this Floating Fairies Glow Jar with them. This glowing jar can be made in less than thirty minutes, but it is sure to delight your kids for hours at a time.
Keeping your feet cozy and warm is always a priority, but that doesn’t mean that your sense of style has to suffer. With this tutorial for Granny Chic Slippers, you can spruce up a pair of slippers and make them as fashionable as possible.
You can make your very own beads with nothing more than an old magazine, a toothpick, a glue stick, and some clear nail polish! Once you’ve made your own beads, then you can make a gorgeous Magazine Strips Bracelet of your own.
Is there anything easier than a recipe that cooks all day in the slow cooker? You can make this tasty All Day Macaroni and Cheese and serve it as either a side dish or a main dish.
It only takes five basic ingredients to make this decadent recipe for Gooey Apple Pull-Apart Bread. If you can’t get enough apple desserts in your life, then this recipe is definitely for you.
It’s hard not to love a casserole that has ground beef, tater tots, corn, and cheese. Even if you have a family of picky eaters, they are sure to gobble up this Cowboy Tater Tot Casserole.