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Updated Aug 10, 2022
Before you begin, make sure you preplan how you want your sleigh to look. Stack up the chocolate bars to get a good visual and start.
This DIY craft makes one cup of hot chocolate mix that you are to pour into a mug of hot water. Please adjust the ingredients to your tastes.
These ornaments are a great gift for anyone who loves emojis, and so simple to make. Don’t like the faces we uses? Find inspiration for your emojis with our Emoji patch category; there are over 20 to choose from!
Grab your old socks, leftover crafting supplies, and heat up that glue gun because it’s time to create the cutest snowman around! This adorable craft is easy to make and kids just love the bean bag feel that the rice creates. This snowman makes a great winter decoration, a quick stocking stuffer, or a great DIY gift for a friend.
This adorable little Santa has checked his list twice and can’t wait to be brought to his new home. Before you start working on this craft, decide if you want your Santa to have a fuzzy winter jacket and hat or just a normal one. Our Santa was made with a normal red sock, but you can substitute a fluffy sock instead. Also, we created our Santa with legs, but you can easily skip that step and have a round bottom Santa just like the snowman.
This adorable gnome has snuck out of the garden to personally brighten up your holiday season. With his large hat and fluffy beard, he’s sure to make the perfect DIY gift. You can even go a step further than we did and decorate his hat with glitter, stickers, and whatever else you have laying around.
As a third-generation Scouter, Pauline is a writer passionate about giving back to the Guiding and Scouting programs. She grew up making beaver buggies with the boys, selling popcorn as a Cub and practicing outdoor skills with the Scouts. Instead of moving on to Ventures, she became an assistant leader for Cubs, also known as a Kim. Pauline is proud to pass on her Scouting knowledge to an international audience.