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The holidays are a great time to pull out the old photos and reminisce, but there's no need to huddle around a dusty album. There are a variety of ways to get them out in the open by making them part of your holiday decorations.
This photo taken on Dec. 2, 2013 shows a pillow decorated for the holidays. Instead of huddling around a photo album, put your pictures on display by turning them into holiday decorations. The holidays are a great time to pull out the old photos and reminisce, but there's no need to huddle a…
In this photo taken on Dec. 2, 2013, printing black and white pictures on fabric makes for an unexpected way to display a collection of old family favorites. Several photo-printing companies offer similar products, or you can make it yourself with an ink jet printer and sewing machine. The h…
This photo provided by courtesy of Choon's Design shows a Rainbow Loom kit to make rubber band bracelets. In a market glutted with craft products marketed specifically to girls, Rainbow Loom is a rare gender-neutral craft kit, helping boys develop fine motor skills and longer attention spans…
In this Dec. 7, 2013 photo, Cooper Volkman, 8 years old, wears loom band bracelets that he made in Ridgefield, Wash. When kids collected Silly Bands, parents groaned. But the current craze for kids, Rainbow Loom bands and their many knockoffs, is surprising parents and child development experts.
Cooper Volkman is 8 years old and full of energy. While his 10-year-old sister sits down easily to focus on projects, Cooper tends to be perpetually in motion.
Mason snow globes.
Salt dough ornaments.
Owl pillow box.
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