18 Christmas Hacks You'll Love (Number 14 Is Our Favorite)

  1. Hot chocolate hearts made by freezing whipped cream on a cookie sheet and using a cookie cutter.

    Hot Cocoa Heart Marshmallows (Source: TheSweetestOccasion.com)
  2. Ege cartons make the perfect storage container for smaller ornaments.

    Smart Ornament Storage Ideas (Source: http://toostinkincute.blogspot.com)
  3. A wine crate is perfect for corraling your wrapping paper. Alternatively, you can use a wastebasket.

    Wine crate to organize wrapping paper. (Source: Pinterest)
  4. Rice Krispie Christmas tree desert, made using green food coloring and M&Ms, and of course Rice Krispie treats.

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  5. Turn your chandelier or light fixture into a Christmas chandelier by hanging Christmas tree ornaments from it.

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  6. Christmas tree looking a little thin? Fill it out using shiny green tinsel.

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  7. Tired of tangled Christmas lights? Wind them around a hanger to store them.

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  8. Make a Grinch-inspired drink for the kids using green sherbet and Sprite.

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  9. Entertain the kids with Candy Cane Play-Doh. An easy gift to make too.

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  10. Candy canes place card holders. Just glue three candy canes together, and viola.

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  11. Giningerbread ornaments, made by adding three coats of varnish to homemade gingerbread cookies.

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  12. Gingerbread garland...just make little holes in the cookies before adding varnish.

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  13. The easy way to do a Christmas tree napkin fold. No need to buy any special Christmas napkins.

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  14. Cute and delicious snowman cookies, made from pretzel rings, Fruit Roll-Ups, and frosting.

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  15. Fudge and brownies never looked so festive. Just use cookie cutters and decorate with icing and candies.

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  16. Double-sided tape makes any gift wrapping look more professional.

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  17. Kids love slime, and they'll love Shivery Snow Paint. Simple three-ingredients required.

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  18. Make a more festive garbabe container by wrapping a cardboard box. Looks better in Christmas pictures too.

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