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What's green and ugly? Answer: a Boy Scout Christmas wreath with red plastic bow. Luckily, blogger Nicole "made it lovely" with a huge pair of vintage silver bells. Nice salvage job, girl. – Making it Lovely

Still stumped for a cute Christmas craft? Get a load of these adorable felted mini mittens. String on a garland or hang on the Xmas tree. – Two Straight Lines

Like your holiday décor rustic-country style? These snapshots show you how to deck your halls for the holidays the old-fashioned, country way. Pretty, with oodles of red and white. – Cozy Little House

See how one woman decorates for the holidays, letting her unique personal flair shine through. It's Christmas-eclectic with a liberal dash of bunnies. – Bloesem

Equally adorable are these holiday cuties -- paper figurines available for download. Just print (for a small fee), cut and fold. – Mibo Studio via Paper Forest

Centsational Girl gives us a tour of her home, all decked out with holiday cheer. Check out the ex-spaghetti sauce jars, now used to showcase holiday candy. Lookin' good ... and there's that awesome staircase again. – Centsational Girl

Yum. Coffee Toffee. Make a batch yourself ... or just enjoy these mouth-watering photos. – Smitten Kitchen

Before you go shopping, read up on these stylish stocking stuffers that won't break the bank. – Shelter Pop



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