Homemade Gift: Cranberry Infused Vodka Find a bottle of Vodka with a tight fitting stopper. Poke holes in fresh cranberries and fill the bottle with the cranberries. The more you add, the more flavor you will infuse into the vodka. Add a tablespoon of sugar to the bottle. Fill the bottle with the vodka you prefer and seal.
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Banana Bread In-A-Jar. If you put a canning lid on them when they first come out of the oven, they seal, and they will stay good for about two months. Ive given my parents dessert in a jar for Christmas for years. You can also do pumpkin bread, carrot cake, and applesauce cake. You can do it with any moist
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.:Conversion From Bulb to Ornament:. Take standard Christmas light bulb, hollow it out, add some inexpensive beads, seal the hole with copper tape, then solder. Solder on a head pin, put a bead cap and bead on it and wire-wrapped a loop. Make a simple hook out of brass wire to hang.
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Rudolph Silhouette Christmas Sign Tutorial- made with vinyl stencil, seal edges with matte mod podge to prevent paint from bleeding under!
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Drawing On Ceramic (How to Transfer Lettering) – using oil based sharpie markers you can draw over the traced image ( tracing is easy, for tutorial just need paper an pencil, that it ! ) on white dollar store mugs, and go crazy. Bake for 45 min at 400 degrees to seal in image and you are good to go
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