How many days before Christmas.
A myriad of Christmas crafts from Martha Stewart.
Lots of great decorating ideas.
A long list of ideas for Christmas tree ornaments
Learn how to take a photograph of your lighted Christmas tree.Kids will get a real kick out of decorating these little evergreens -- the mini bulbs come alight when you punch holes in the outer layers, revealing the colored paper sandwiched between them.
This felt Christmas tree serves as a visual record of your family's growth from year to year. After measuring in, kids can print their heights on felt ornaments and add them to the tree.
Trees look great on a windowsill or mantle.
Light up the night with a frosty tree wrapped in twinkling Christmas lights.Nothing says Christmas like a beautifully decorated tree.
Print, color and cut out this card to send to a friend.Download this 31 page book!
Add a festive touch to your holiday table with this tiny tree centerpiece.
With green mint boughs and sour ball lights, this tabletop tree is a treat for kids to decorate -- and for holiday guests, who can harvest goodies from its branches.
Visit Santa's Secret Village.
Click on an ornament to hear a Christmas carol.
This miniature Christmas tree is just right for decorating a child's dresser or nightstand.
A tree cutter has been asked to collect all nine trees, but only by walking in four straight lines. Print out the trees and use a pencil to trace the tree cutter's route.
Made from trinkets and doodads, this festive tabletop decoration makes a great conversation piece for holiday guests.
"Hang" out with your kids this season while making a whimsical, twirling tree that adds holiday cheer wherever it's hung.