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Christmas Crafts & Recipes at Moms Network

Dipped Candles

Materials:

paraffin wax
empty can
about 24" of candle wick
saucepan

WARNING: Paraffin wax catches fire easily if it gets too hot. Drips of hot wax can cause burns on your skin.

 

Fill the saucepan with about 2" water and heat it over low heat on the stove. Put the paraffin block into the can, and place the can in the water.  The paraffin will melt slowly. Add another block of paraffin if you are making a very big candle.

When the wax is melted, lower the wick down into the liquid wax. Then slowly lift it out and hold it until the wax begins to cool and get solid. Then, lower the wick again, so more wax will coat it. Lift it up, and let it cool a little.  Repeat this process, over and over, until the candle is the size you want. Then hang it by the wick end to cool. Trim the extra wick when it is cooled.

Submitted by Susan Wilkins-Hubley - The Second Wives Club

 

A Priceless Gift

There is always a lot of talk about how we can save money over the holidays. And how can we get the kids involved more?

This particular gift idea is so easy and says "I love you" so well, that you won't want to miss out on it!

The best inexpensive Christmas gift I ever received was from my son when he was in Kindergarten.

The class took empty boxes (hair color, toothpaste, whatever) and wrapped them in wrapping paper and tied them with a ribbon.

Attached to the box was this note:

I took an ordinary box
As empty as can be
I filled it with a special gift
And wrapped it carefully

But please don't ever open it
Just leave the ribbon tied
And hold it tightly near your heart
Because my love for you's inside!

You could also change the ribbon line to read "just leave the bow applied" if you use bows instead of ribbon. This of course is easier than the ribbon for little ones.

I loved this gift and will keep it FOREVER.

Submitted by Amanda Formaro - The Family Corner
Visit the Family Corner for a large collection of  holiday crafts and recipes.

 

 

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