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Scandinavian Woven Hearts

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My mother taught me how to make these hearts many years ago. She used to make these out of red and white velvet ribbon, but today I’m making them out of paper. I didn’t know it back then, but these woven hearts are actually native to Scandinavia. These are easy to make and are addictive, so pull out scissors and your favorite paper!

Festive Favor Cones

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Use these fun favor cones as Christmas party favors for your guests. Each cone can hold a small gift, such as an ornament or edible goodies. Fill with chocolates, candy canes, popcorn, or jelly beans. These are also great for giving baked goodies to co-workers and friends. If using these to hold baked goods, place the goodies in a food safe bag prior to putting into the paper cone.

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Holiday Favor Bags

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These versatile bags can be used for party favors, small gifts, and little goodies you plan on giving to your co-workers. Use a solid color fabric and you can personalize the bag, or use foam stamps to make a nice print. If you use a printed fabric, use caution when cutting and sewing the fabric, as you don’t want a bag with an upside-down print! (Learn from my mistake—the first bag I made was upside-down.)

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Festive Christmas Candies

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This idea came from Nancy, a friend of the elves. Thank you, Nancy, for sharing it with us! Simply cover chocolates in wrapping paper to make wintery Christmas candies. This is a great way to use any scraps of paper or pieces too small to wrap a gift! Arrange several of these candies in a Christmas tin or on a small plate for a candy wreath.

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