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Xmas For Kids
Christmas for kids is one of the most special times of the year, and we know it.
1. Matchbox Gifts
The littler the better is the philosophy of these presents and its easy to make a bunch quickly. Kids can give them to friends and classmates, adding a small treat, such as a holiday note, candy, or trinket.
2. Matchbox Advent Calendar
Kids will love counting down the days until Christmas with a miniature chest made of matchboxes. As its drawers are removed and reversed, a festive picture emerges.
3. Peppermint Ornaments
With an icy tingle on the tongue and a pinwheel of Santa red and snow white stripes, peppermints are the coolest holiday sweets especially when transformed into edible hanging ornaments. Lay five or so peppermint candies in a circle to form a wreath; bond sides together with icing. Adorn front with cinnamon candies or mints. Let dry two hours before hanging. Loop twine around ornament; knot.
4. Crystal Snowflake
This snowflakes sparkly clusters are made by dipping shaped pipe cleaners into borax dissolved in boiling water with food coloring. As the water cools, borax forms crystals that cling to pipe cleaners.
5. Button Ornaments
Bend a pipe cleaner in half and twist once at the top for a loop.Slide buttons over pipe cleaner ends, slipping one end into each hole (if the button has four holes, use two diagonal ones). Use larger buttons for bellies and hat brims.


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