Use part of the gift for gift wrap by tying on a vintage Christmas cookie cutter with gold ribbon to the gift box. Keep the rest of the gift on theme by giving a cookie recipe book, some fun sprinkles and a rolling pin.
Pine that was stained a dark walnut creates the open storage shelves below the counter in the baking center. The shelves resemble a freestanding piece of furniture, with display storage for a bread box, dessert stands, mixing bowls, glass cannisters for flour and sugar and a marble rolling pin. A new window above peeks out to an alluring water view.
Danger ahead! Put caution tape to decorative use as a yellow-and-black crime scene wreath. Pick up a roll of caution tape from your local hardware store and a foam wreath form at the craft store. Wrap the caution tape around the form, ensuring the letters face out. Use strong tape or straight pins to secure the end of the tape to the wreath's back. Complete the look with a caution tape bow.
Put a fresh spin on a classic game of Pin the Tail on the Donkey with Add the Cherry To the Ice Cream Cone. To make this, you’ll need a roll of craft paper, several shades of acrylic paint, paint pens and assorted colors of construction paper. Trace the shape of an ice cream cone directly onto the craft paper, outline the edges with paint pens and fill in the tracing with acrylic paint. For an extra layer of decoration, trace and paint sprinkles onto the paper as well. Next, make cherries by cutting red construction paper into 6-inch wide circles, and then add double-sided tape to the back. Tape the craft paper to the wall, add a blindfold to the first willing participant and let them have at it!