oh joy

The Grinch may have stolen Christmas, but you’ll want to steal these DIY holiday ideas…they’re fun, festive, and frugal.

Dip 25-cent candy canes in melted chocolate, then serve as coffee or cocoa stirrers.

Freeze ice rings--infused with holly berries and rosemary--to use as snowy outdoor votive holders.

Storebought donut holes take a turn as edible snowmen--complete with peanut-butter-cup top hats.

An icy dusting of cool-blue glitter puts holiday sparkle at your fingertips this season.

Classic, inexpensive fish bowls--stacked in triplicate--become one giant, scenic snowman sculpture.

An icy ginger cocktail to toast the New Year...

Pre-dinner nibbles--olives, tomatoes, and mozzarella--grace a rosemary wreath.

To-go cocoa cups are rimmed with crushed candy canes for a minty finish.

Dining chairs play dress-up when festooned with holiday ribbon and sprigs of greenery..

A very easy way to turn a bowl of eggnog or Mexican horchata into Frosty himself.

Berry simple: strawberries dipped in melted white chocolate and sugar sprinkles.

Your bookshelf collection morphs into something a little different with a few artful moves.

Festive fingers with stencils and shimmery crimson polish.

Beribboned candy canes liven up holiday window panes.

A tree of lights--literally.

Wishing you all a joyous holiday season–with special thoughts of love, peace, and healing to those who are in need of comfort right now.



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