• Art

    I wait all week for this gallery!! Love them all!! Here's some of my fav's #2 #16 #22 #23 #30

  • https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1540663535 Susan Stiles

    #3 I have pile of these. My mom made these every year to put on my kids gifts. I have saved them all and hope to put them on some grand kids gifts one day.
    Love #17 too

  • ThatGirlHere

    #29 is very beautiful and would love to have on my table for Christmas…just don't want to clean all the cake icing off of those silver balls!

  • Lili

    oooooooh so many beautiful things:)

  • gingermidgetsunite

    #16 It's pretty but what do you do when it starts melting everywhere?

    • KenniBakes

      You could always put it in one of those wide glass bowls that people put floating candles in.

      • the other OTHER Jen

        how are you supposed to pick that giant thing up and pour it? but yes, it is pretty cool looking! pun intended.

  • joc

    #16 I made this for Halloween. I used candy and plastic spiders instead of limes and cranberries. I also used a cardboard milk carton so it was square at the bottom. I brought it to the party with a cute dish towel so guests could use that when serving. I also brought it in a plastic pumpkin pail which worked great to catch all the melting water. not sure what you could use for a Christmas theme, but this idea is a hit at parties.

    • KenniBakes

      I like the milk carton idea because while looking at the pictures I couldn't help but think of how ugly that weird bottom looked.

  • hpuem

    I always LOVE these galleries! So many good ideas!!

  • Seldi84

    #3 That is such a cool idea. I may have to try that.

  • dfgdf

    #24 looks like the blair witch project

    • Eli

      Haha, I thought the same thing when I first saw it..had to do a double-take.

    • nayala

      Thought the same thing too. Made me scroll a bit faster lol

  • Rick

    I have a girlfriend who bohgut her son a Barbie Doll for Xmas one year because that was what he asked for. Oh My. You should have heard the criticism. Never mind that the kid asked for one. He’s now a rather well adjusted hormonal teenaged boy (as well adjusted as teenaged boys can be anyway) he’s smart, creative, articulate and guess what, having a barbie doll all those years ago did not make him gay. Not that it would’ve had mattered since he has an awesome mother who would have been just as proud to have a gay barbie doll toting son as she is having a straight barbie doll toting son. Then there was my MIL who persistently bohgut my daughter dolls at every chance even though she didn’t like playing dolls. She changed her mind at about 8, but that was her choice. Pushing the dolls on her when she was little really pissed me off and we locked horns more than once on the matter. I always felt smug satisfaction that the dolls were usually found at the bottom of the toy box clearly neglected.

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