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Monday, December 31, 2012

My heart says ... Our Christmas Story (2012)


In every year of Christmas celebration, we should always ponder on all our blessings we have received regardless of how much food we have on the table, how much gifts we receive from our loved ones, and how much time we spend for each other.  What is important in this celebration is your presence, unity in the family, and same belief. But there maybe some instances that you can’t attend this celebration with your family due to bad weather condition or sickness-- that’s understandable. Time flies so fast that we don’t know what will happen tomorrow.  But at least, remembering someone by simply sending a card or calling on the phone or texting or talking online, is still something good to consider which means  -- you ‘re  still thinking about them. This also explains about your “presence”, not only physically, but emotionally and spiritually.  Having same belief brings unity to the family-- no matter what differences one may have with the other family member, it can be set aside for the meantime.  I really miss my own family. I usually just talk to them online because they live in another country. (^.^)
 


The Nativity Scene at the Main Altar 


Christmas Tree at the Church


Christmas Wreath


WELCOME TO THE HOUSE OF OUR LORD
Our parish church is not too big, but it is beautifully decorated with 4 small Christmas trees and poinsettias set on the main altar. There are also 2 Christmas trees and poinsettias set each on the tables of Mother Mary and the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Long, thin cloth with Christmas lights and wreaths hanging near the ceiling on two sides can be seen, as well as, the big Christmas tree-like made of garlands with artificial poinsettias attached on the front stained glass of the building. The main focus is the main altar with the Nativity Scene set in front of it and I love it.  It gave me an idea to make my own cute Nativity Scene, but in a coffee can. I designed the Christmas wreaths on the front doors two years ago as shown above. I serve as a lector during the mass. 
 
December 24—My husband and I attended the Christmas carol in our parish church which started at 5:00 pm.  We arrived 30 minutes late, but we were still able to hear the choir’s beautiful Christmas songs before the mass started. The seats were almost filled up, but luckily, we were still able to have our favorite seat. Thanks to Craig and Linda, my in-laws, who arrived early and were seating in the same bench we had also. Then mass started at 6:00 pm. Our parish priest, +Father Daniel, asked us to sing Christmas songs before he gave an inspiring homily that night. He is funny and really, really, a good priest. He loves to tell story about his family and likes chocolate. We gave him chocolate pumpkin mini bread and cookies in advance as our Christmas gift to him during our last cookie sale. (-.*)

December 25—Though it was raining, we still had Christmas celebration at Craig and Linda’s house.  All of her family members came, except his eldest son who couldn’t come because of bad weather condition. Each contributed food to share on the table, in other words—we had “pot luck.” I brought a sweet potato pie (harvest #8) only as our share. There were lots of foods and desserts on the table to eat and everybody became full and satisfied. It snowed heavily after the rain while we were still eating.  +Jeanie, Linda’s eldest sister, and +Jessica, Linda's youngest daughter, gave us baked cookies, while +Linda gave me one quart jar with raw ingredients and a recipe on how to  bake it.  They were so generous to give us these Christmas gifts that we didn’t expect to have.  I felt so sorry about not being able to give something to them.  Next year, I will make some goodies for them—promise (-.*)  We really had good, happy moments being together as a family. Before the children unwrapped their respective gifts, we went home earlier than the others did. It was still snowing continuously, but it didn’t matter to us to drive along the road because our house is not too far from their house. It’s really hard if you’re going to drive a long way in a highway.  Here are some pictures comparing between this year and last 2011 to show how the snow had covered our area.



Winter 2012


Winter 2011




video




The Birds in the Snow
Even if there is a snow, different birds, whether big  or small and colored or black, still flock to the bird feeder to eat.  There are really nice to look at. My husband always tells me to give more feeds to them and pour warm water to the birdbath.  Did you see the red birds there?


Simple Tablescape (a)


Simple Tablescape (b)


December 26—Our own grand Christmas celebration.  I say, “grand” - though it is just so simple, this is my first time to make a nice table setting this holiday season.  Whatever my mother-in-law’s Chinawares, glasswares, and silverwares are on hand, I just used them.  I didn’t buy expensive, new table cloth.  Would you believe, I just used a white bed skirt as my table cloth and a bed sheet as a table runner?  Yes, I’m not kidding because we really don’t have a table cloth to use. We usually eat without a table cloth. I pulled the two corners of the bed skirt together and tied them nicely with a red ribbon, so it wouldn’t be touching the floor.  I did the same on the other two corners.  Afterwards, I nicely folded the bed sheet into four and laid it on top of the “table cloth” bed skirt.  I used old garland, candles, artificial flowers, and pine cones I gathered from the house of my friend, Lina. I even used my Holiday Angels as my centerpiece. Then, I started setting the decorations, China wares, and silverwares as shown in the pictures above.



Main Dish 



Breads and Dessert



 GRAND CELEBRATION
I baked sweet ham, pumpkin cookies, pumpkin mini bread, pumpkin muffins, and pumpkin pie. Remember these pumpkins during the harvests #5? I cooked vegetable (harvest #4) soup which is really a good one to take during cold weather.  I also cooked fish fillet with my seasoned tomato sauce and had canned corn from our harvest #3.  We  bought only sweet ham and fish fillet, while the rest of the food came from our vegetable garden.



 
WELCOME TO OUR HOUSE
My husband was really surprise to see me set our table for the first time.  He is really very appreciative of me every time I do something even a little bit of work done.  Here’s a big hug and a kiss (<>)  Hmmmm… (smack -- with sound effect, of course   (-.*). Regardless of what we can afford only to have, we are still thankful to our Lord for all the bountiful blessings He has given us throughout the whole year.  We are not rich and not even living in a big house, but just living simply in our humble abode in a country, courtesy of my husband’s mother. Family members, friends, and acquaintances are always welcome to come by.  


Our Family Altar


The Nativity Portrait
The Holy Family is the most welcome in our modest house. To have peace, harmony, same belief, respect, and love in this small house are the most important to us, not only during this holiday season, but throughout our entire life. (-.*) 

I made this Nativity Portrait when I was in California in the house of my previous employer.  We had a Christmas Decoration Contest among us, her employees. This project won the first prize and I got $100 as my prize.  



Updates: It's no surprise that this project I featured in my designer’s profile at All Free Holiday Crafts as “NativityPortrait” also, was posted as #1 in What’s Hot-Christmas Ideas (May 09, 2015) as shown below. Aside from this,  I also got an extremely good recognition from them -- #1 in Top Craft Designer Profiles (March 21, 2014) as shown below also. It's also listed as one of my Top Holiday Projects and one way of setting up a Flower Arranging.

What's Hot

  1. Nativity Portrait
  2. Tattletale Santas
  3. Bright Button Wreath
  4. 48 Easy Christmas Crafts to Make at the Last Minute
  5. "10 Dollar Store Crafts for Christmas" eBook
  6. "7 Easy DIY Christmas Crafts: Make Your Own Ornaments, Wreaths and More!" eBook
  7. 26 Mason Jar Crafts for Christmas
  8. 178 Easy Christmas Crafts for the Holidays
  9. Santa Treat Cups
  10. Amazing DIY Christmas Lights


What's Hot
Top Craft Designer Profiles
1.                          Susan Hamilton
2.                          Angie Holden
3.                          Maureen Wilson
4.                          Jenny Chang
5.                          Carlene Eshelman
6.                          Amanda Formaro
7.                          Breanna Newbill
8.                          Marie Chorak
9.                          Staci Wendland
10.                        Anne Weil




Merry Christmas 
and
Happy, Prosperous, New Year 
to All!!!




Sunday, December 23, 2012

My hands can do this --- Santa Honey Bear


To keep you remember what your child is wishing for this holiday season, is not only just posting it on the wall.  Encouragement is also needed to delight every child’s heart to wish something good this holiday season or even during any occasion.  It doesn’t need to be expensive to make one simple, but cute project.  Creativeness should be developed in every child’s mind and hands.  One project for each child will be a great idea to make and can be displayed in their own respective bedrooms.  This can also serve as a nice decoration in the living room. It will amuse your family members to look at it when they come to spend this holiday with your family. You can be  proud to encourage them to make it for their own children, too.    


*SANTA HONEY BEAR

Materials:
(1)  empty Sue Bee Clover Honey Bear 24 oz (cleaned and dried)
(2)  wiggly eyes
(1)  Caron Simply Soft (autumn red) (leftovers)
(1)  Caron Simply Soft (white) (leftovers)
       crochet hook size – F5 / 3.75mm
       Elmer’s glue
       Super glue
       gravel or small stone
       used ground coffee (dried)
       white card stock
       old Christmas card with small gift designs
       packaging tape
       burlap cloth
       red ribbon (Offray)
       glue gun and glue stick
       rubber band
       old magazine
       small scissor

Level of Difficulty – easy

Stitch Abbreviations:
(ch)     chain
(dc)     double crochet
(sl st)  slip stitch
(sp)     space


Note:  Count first all the stitches you have made before going to the next row to avoid mistakes.

Instructions:
Making a Hat (Autumn Red)
1st Row – Make 4 (ch). Make 7 (dc) in 4th (ch) from hook. Hide the excess yarn as you make the double crochets. Join in top of beginning (ch) 4. 
Result - 8 (dc)

2nd Row - Make 3 (ch).  (Dc) on next 7 (dc).   Join in top of beginning (ch) 3. 
Result - 8 (dc)

3rd Row – Make 3 (ch). (Dc) on same (sp).  (Dc) on next (dc).  [2 (Dc) on next (dc). (Dc) on next (dc)] 3X.   Join in top of beginning (ch) 3.
Result – 12 (dc)

4th Row – Make 3 (ch).  (Dc) on next 11 (dc).  Join in top of beginning (ch) 3. 
Result – 12 (dc)

5th Row – Make 3 (ch). (Dc) on same (sp). (Dc) on next 2 (dc).  [2 (Dc) on next (dc). (Dc) on next 2 (dc)] 3X.  Join in top of beginning (ch) 3. 
Result – 16 (dc)

6th Row -  Make 3 (ch).  (Dc) on next 15 (dc).  Join in top of beginning (ch) 3.   
Result – 16 (dc) 

7th Row -  Make 3 (ch).  (Dc) on same (sp).  (Dc) on next 3 (dc).  [2 (Dc) on next (dc). (Dc) on next 3 (dc)] 3X. Join in top of beginning (ch) 3.
Result – 20 (sc)

8th to 13th Row – Make 3 (ch).  (Dc) on next 19 (dc).  Join in top of beginning (ch) 3. 
Result – 20 (dc)

Connecting Another Yarn (White)
14th Row -  Insert the white yarn into the loop and pull the autumn red yarn to tighten it. Tie together the two yarns once and cut the autumn red yarn. Insert the hook on the same (sp) and (sl st). Make 3 (ch).  (Dc) on next 19 (dc).  Hide the excess yarn as you crochet. Join in top of beginning (ch) 3. 
Result – 20 (dc)

15th Row - Make 3 (ch).  (Dc) on same (sp). (Dc) next 4 (dc).  [2 (Dc) on next (dc).  (Dc) on next 4 (dc)] 3X. Join in top of beginning (ch) 3. 
Result – 24 (dc)

16th Row - Make 3 (ch).  (Dc) on next 23 (dc).  Join in top of beginning (ch) 3.  Finish off.  Hide the excess yarn and apply glue at the end to prevent it from getting loose.
Result – 24 (dc)


Making a Pompom
Make 15 rounds of yarn around your index and middle fingers. Make it not too tight.  Insert a loose yarn in between these two fingers to tie both ends and hold all the yarns.  Carefully remove all the yarns from your fingers.  Tightly tie the loose yarn twice.  Cut both ends of the yarns.  Using your hook, insert the loose yarn into the center of the hat at the end and pull it inside.  Be sure to secure it first  before tying it inside twice.  Cut the excess yarns.


Attaching the Hat to the Cap
Fold the white yarn. Fit the hat on the cap well and be sure it is centered when you screw the cap back on the bottle. Apply Super glue around between the cap and the hat.   You don’t need to apply glue on the hat.  Set it aside and let it dry.


Attaching Red Yarn to Neck
From the visible line on the right side,  glue and press the autumn red yarn from the neck to the shoulder edge only. If possible, make pre-cut yarns before gluing to make it easier because the neck has small space only to run the scissor to cut. Continue gluing and pressing small pre-cut yarns on the front side facing the rectangular shape. Do the same procedure on the left side. Continue gluing and pressing small pre-cut yarns  at the back side of the neck facing the rectangular shape only. Be sure the yarns are not attached beyond the edges. If there are some yarns that will get loose, just reapply glue on it.  Let it dry.


Attaching Red Yarn to Arms and Shoulders
Starting at the right side, glue and press the autumn red yarn to connect the neck to the shoulder going down the arm. Cut the yarn as you reach the edge. Follow the shape of the arm. Don’t cover the whole arm.  Cover the space below the arm till the edge of the leg only.

Attaching Red Yarn to Sides of the Front Body
Start at the right side, continue gluing and pressing the yarn in a straight line without any curves starting from the neck going down the side of the front body. Be sure the ends are evenly cut straight. Do not cover the rectangular shape. Let it dry. Do the same procedure on the left side.  The outcome is also shown in the picture above. 


Attaching Red Yarn to Back Body
Continue gluing and pressing the autumn red yarn in a straight line without any curves starting from the edge of the neck going down the rectangular-shaped back.  Continue gluing and pressing the yarn on both sides of the body. Cut the yarn as you reach the edge of the rectangular shape. Be sure the ends are evenly cut straight. Let it dry.


Attaching White Yarn to Neck
Starting at the back of the neck, glue and press the white yarn around it till it covers the whole space.  If the white yarn is not thick enough to cover the space, make another rounds by gluing it on top of the previous yarns. Let it dry.


Attaching White Yarn to Forearms
Starting at the right forearm, glue and press the white yarn on the edge of the autumn red yarn and then cut. Glue and press another line of white yarn on top of the autumn red yarn and then cut.  Do the same procedure once again.  Continue gluing and pressing another 3 lines of white yarns on top of the previous yarns by following the same procedure. Let it dry. Repeat the procedure on the left forearm.  Starting at the right forearm, glue and press the autumn red yarn around the  forearm for its final edging.  Be sure to take the shape of the forearm. Let it dry. Repeat the procedure on the left forearm.

Attaching White Yarn to Lower Body
Starting at the back of the body, glue the white yarn around the edge of the autumn red yarn 3X and then cut. Let it dry.


Word Art Design - front body
Using PowerPoint, make a word art design -- “I’m Santa Honey Bear -- What is your Christmas wish? -- Stick it to me” with Arial Black font and 9 font size on a card stock.  Cut it  2 ¾ in (L) X 2 ¼ in (W).  Cut small gift pictures from an old Christmas card. Arrange and glue them on the card stock.  Cut packaging tape and attach on the center of the card stock to keep it from getting stained and damage. It looks like it has been laminated. Cut the excess tape on the edge. If the packaging tape is not wide enough to cover the whole card stock, apply tape also on both sides of the card and cut the excess on the edge. Shape the four corners of the card a little bit round. Apply Super glue on the rectangular shape and attach the card stock.  Glue and press the white yarn starting from the bottom corner (right side) of the card going up around a U-shape only and then cut.  Make another round on top of the card stock and then cut.



Final White Yarn Edging of Lower Body
Starting at the back side of the body, glue and press the white yarn on top of previous yarn around 2X and then cut. Let it dry.  Mix ½ cup of gravel with 2 cups of dried ground coffee.  Using a funnel, pour the mixture inside the bottle until filled up. Tap the bottle and add more ground coffee, if there is a need. Put the cap back on the bottle. Glue the wiggly eyes with Super glue. Clean any glue residue with a damp paper towel.

Making of a Sack
Lay the burlap cloth on the table, trace a plate size of 12 ¼ inches circumference and then cut it.  Using your glue gun, attach the red ribbon on the edge around. Be sure to make adjustments as you glue the ribbon around.  Cut 15 inches of red ribbon.  Crumple two old pages of a magazine and center it on the cloth. Make several folds of the edge until they are all closely gathered with the crumpled pages inside it.  Put a rubber band around it to hold it together and tie the ribbon. Spread out a little bit its folds.  Connect both ends of the ribbon with a glue.



SANTA HONEY BEAR “STICK IT TO ME” TUMMY PAD
Santa Honey Bear has a lot of gifts inside his sack to give away.  Remember about the song – “…he knows when you’re sleeping,  he knows when you’ve been bad or good…”  Actually, it’s not only during this holiday season that you will play good only.  You really have to be good always everyday.  Here’s a nice, cute gift for you --  stick your note on his tummy pad, so he will know what is your Christmas wish every holiday season.  This project is listed as one among my Top Holiday Projects. Have fun doing this Christmas project (-.*)


*I was featured on All Free Holiday Crafts in its What’s Hot as #2 in the list dated October 14, 2016.  Please note this ranking is not permanent. Thank you very much to all viewers.


What's Hot
1.      Sarah Norton Ramberg
2.      Susan Hamilton
3.      Maureen Wilson
4.      Kim M.
5.      Delia Randall
6.      Kierste Wade
7.      Haeley Giambalvo
8.      Jenny Barnett Rohrs
9.      Maria Elizabeth
10.    Amy Hindman



 Merry Christmas
and
Happy, Prosperous New Year 
to  All!!!




Monday, December 17, 2012

My hands can do this --- Holiday Angels


Eating yogurt made by Activia doesn't just give only health benefits, but also they give me some ideas on how to recycle its cups with a very good purpose, like the project I made as shown below.

I believe in angels. I pray everyday to St. Michael, the Archangel, for guidance and protection.  Because I love angels, I made this nice, cute project just in time for this holiday season.  It’s a good thing  to instill our children about angels.  Encourage them to do this simple, cute project and let them write their wish to make a start of good holiday thoughts.  The angel's spiraled can hold a small letter (size of a calling card). They can become proud of themselves that they did something nice and good. At the same time, it's a nice decorative figure in your house this holiday season. 



Holiday Angels (2)



*HOLIDAY ANGELS

Materials:
(8)  empty Activia non-fat yogurt cups 4 oz
(6)  wiggly eyes (medium)
(3)  old Christmas balls (with colored threads)
(8)  packs of metal tone wire 4.925 / 1.5 m
       Home Spun yarns (leftovers)
       gravel or small stones
       gold tinsel garland 15ft (old)
       small burlap cloth or any white cloth (leftovers) 
       ribbon (Offray) (used or leftover)
       needle nose plier
       ice pick
       glue gun and glue stick
       Elmer’s glue
       scrap styrofoam
       ball pen and marker pen
       old magazines
       scissor
       floral wire
       scotch tape
       small birthday candles (used)
       short green garland (used)
       small Christmas lights (used)
 
Level of Difficulty – easy

Instructions:
SMALL ANGEL
1. FACE - The one with the pin should be the bottom part of the head. Glue the wiggly eyes into the Christmas ball with super glue to make a face of an angle. Be sure both eyes are well aligned on the face.  Cut a lip shape on any red colored page of a magazine and glue it on the face. Put the Christmas ball on top of one Activia cup to let it dry first.  Set it  aside.

2. HEAD –Cut 4 inches metal tone wire and insert one end into the hole of the pin of the Christmas ball.  Bend and press the wires together with needle nose plier and twist them.  Hold the wire with one hand while you carefully attach the yarn around the head with Elmer’s glue. Start gluing from the lower back of the head until you reach the top end. Filled one cup with gravel temporarily and stick the wire into the gravel to keep the head standing. Set it aside.

3. Cut a round-shape basket weave cloth with 5 inches circumference. Find the diameter and run the scissor through it. With your glue gun, carefully attach the ribbon around its edges up to the cut diameter. Be sure to apply small amount of glue only and make some adjustments as you curved around the edges of the cloth. Trim any excess cloth.  Make a separate red ribbon and don’t cut the excess floral wire.  Set them aside.     

4. Divide one pack of metal tone wire into 2 parts and cut them with a needle nose plier. This will be the HANDS.  Divide another one pack of metal tone wire again into 2 parts and cut them with a needle nose plier. This will be the WINGS. Cut  20 inches metal tone wire.  This will be the HALO.  Cut (3) 1 ¾ in (L) X ¾ in (W) X ¾ in (thickness) styrofoam. Set them aside. 

5. HALO -  Using your ball pen, tie one end of the wire around it until you reach the end to make a spiral shape and then remove the pen. Stretch out both ends of the wire a little bit and  twist them together. Carefully poke the ice pick into the upper back center of the head to make a small hole, but not going through deep enough.  Insert the end wires into the hole of the head.  Set aside the HEAD on an empty cup.

6. HANDS - Cut the edges of the one cup to make it round. Carefully poke the ice pick into the center side of one Activia cup to make a small hole. Do the same on the other side.  Insert the metal tone wire into the first hole. With the styrofoam on hand, insert the wire through its center and passing through its other side.  Put the styrofoam inside the cup and finish inserting the wire passing through the second hole.  Balance both wire ends.  Using your marker pen, tie one end of the wire around it to make a spiral shape and remove the pen.  Do the same procedure with the other end. This will be the FRONT SIDE. Do not glue any crumpled page on this part.

7. WINGS – Using the same cup where the HANDS are, carefully poke the ice pick into the back side of the cup to make a small hole. The holes should be leveled with the styrofoam inside. Using your marker pen, tie one end of the wire around it until you reach the end to make a spiral shape also and then remove the marker pen. Do the same with the other wire. Stretch out one end of each wire a little bit and twist them together. Insert them into the hole passing through the end of the styrofoam.  Using your needle nose plier, bend both ends of the wire at the side of the styrofoam.  Bend the other end of the wire outside the cup to close one wing.  Do the same with the other end.  Be sure to connect both wings as you close the last wire to make it stable.  Insert 2 chunks of styrofoam on top and carefully poke the wire of the HEAD into the center of the two chunks of styrofoam and carefully press down.

8. Insert the basket weave cloth on the neck area with the cut diameter running through at the back.  With your glue gun, attach the cloth around the edges of the cup.  Attach the ribbon by inserting the floral wire into the cloth and glue it. 

9. BODY -  Crumple a page of old magazine. With the glue gun, apply only small amount of glue on one spot of the side of the first cup as you attach one crumpled page. Too much glue can damage the cup. Glue another crumpled page on top of the previous page more time.  Half filled the first cup with gravel or small stones. Attach the next cup (HAND part) on top of the first cup. Glue the gold garland around the body starting from the bottom part going up. Keep the garland from being tangled around the wings, hands, and halo. Cut the excess garland and put a scotch tape at the end to keep it from getting loose and then glue its end. Stretch out all the wires of the hands, wings, and halo to form their respective shapes.


TALL ANGELS
10.Do the same instructions from #1 to #7 except the #8. When it comes to BODY, add another cup to make the angel taller.  On the first cup, glue one crumpled paper around its side.  Glue another crumpled page on top of the previous crumpled page. On the second cup, glue one crumpled page only.  Partially filled in the first cup with gravel or small stone. Put the second cup on top of it and then the last cup (HAND part).  Do the same instruction as per #9.  Do the same procedures for another tall angel.

         
 
         
Holiday Angels 
with 
Lord's Prayer Plate
You can arrange them in the best place you like to display with green garland and Christmas lights settings.  I also put a small birthday candle in one hand of each two tall angels, while the small angel holds my wish card. In my case, I arrange them in the kitchen window which is in front of my kitchen sink. So I can always see them and easily turn on the Christmas lights, while I wash the dishes.  I also have a plate with the Lord’s prayer hanging above.  They make me smile and feel happy for the day.  



*This project was included in Favecrafts' What's Hot as "Colorful Christmas Angels," ranked as #1 dated Sept. 26, 2015 as shown below. Please note this ranking is not permanent and can change anytime. Thank you very much to all viewers.



What's Hot

  1. Sue Eldred
  2. Maymona Susan Hamilton
  3. Mark Montano
  4. Laura Kelly
  5. Roseanna Beck
  6. Heidi Borchers
  7. Amanda Formaro
  8. Tiffany Windsor
  9. Maria Nerius
  10. Ann Butler
Read more at http://www.favecrafts.com/Craft-Designers/Maymona-Susan-Hamilton#eGxRV2A6jAq1v2hr.99





*As a craft designer, I was featured on All Free Holiday Crafts in its What’s Hot as #2 in the list dated October 14, 2016.  Please note this ranking is not permanent and can change anytime.  Thank you very much to all viewers.

What's Hot
1.      Sarah Norton Ramberg
2.      Susan Hamilton
3.      Maureen Wilson
4.      Kim M.
5.      Delia Randall
6.      Kierste Wade
7.      Haeley Giambalvo
8.      Jenny Barnett Rohrs
9.      Maria Elizabeth
10.    Amy Hindman

*This project was also included in All Free Holiday Crafts - What's Hot, posted #8 as 'Holiday Angels' dated October 14, 2016.  Please note this ranking is not permanent and can change anytime. Thank you very much to all viewers.

What's Hot

8.      Holiday Angels

Read more at 

http://www.allfreeholidaycrafts.com/Christmas-Ideas/Holiday-Angels#0jGWwgji8fmVOxO9.99


What's Hot

1.                          75+ Easy Christmas Crafts to Make at the Last Minute
2.                          Vintage Christmas Village
3.                          Crepe Paper Christmas Tree
4.                          Nativity Story Paperclip Angels
5.                          Quick and Easy Homemade Snow Globes
6.                          35+ Mason Jar Crafts for Christmas
7.                          Holiday Angels
8.                          100+ Simple Christmas Craft Ideas to Make This Year
9.                          "7 Easy DIY Christmas Crafts: Make Your Own Ornaments, Wreaths and More!" eBook
10.                       Macaroni Angel Name Tags


*This project was included again in All Free Holiday Crafts' What's Hot list dated Nov. 21, 2016.  This listing is not permanent and can change anytime. It is also listed as one among my Top Holiday Projects and  Top Greenecraft Projects. 

Related Yogurt Cup Craft Projects:
   Yogurt Flower Vase

Merry Christmas  
and
Happy, Prosperous New Year
to  All !!!