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Welcome to KCL Friday Finds! Today's shopping guide is full of affordable beauty-themed stocking stuffers. Don't get me wrong, I love to get candy and chocolates in my stocking, but I also love other gifts, like a cute new pair of socks and especially little beauty products.

A beauty stocking stuffer doesn't have to cost a lot. Between individual sheets masks and bath bombs  to lip balm and nail polish, you can find so many great options under $10. Several options below are even under $5.

The most universal of stocking stuffers, aside from candy, is lip balm. When given as a gift, go with something more luxurious than a Cherry Chapstick from the grocery store. My favorite lip balms at Bua Organics are all-natural and organic and come in options like Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, and Jojoba Oil. For a moisturizing lip balm with the addition of a fun scent, try Einstein Bath Co., for flavors like Sangria, Marshmallow, and Pink Frosting.

A wonderful way to give a luxury beauty…

Easy DIY Princess Christmas Ornaments


These DIY princess christmas ornaments are so easy to make, and they each cost under $1.00. I simply used prepainted wooden cutouts from the craft store. You can get them unpainted for a Christmas craft project for kids, or you can purchase them prepainted like the ones I used. These wooden cutouts come in so many different styles and colors, like sailboats, animals, hearts and more. Using wooden cutouts to creat DIY ornament makes it easy to create a themed tree for a child's room.

Supplies Needed:

*painted wooden cutouts

*hot glue gun

*matching ribbon



Instructions:

Use your hot glue gun to place a generous amout (about half a dime size) of glue to the back of the wooden cutout at the top center. Cut the ribbon into 6-inch strips. Taking both end together, pull the ribbon into a loop then place the ends down onto the hot glue. Use a pen or something to press the ribbon down into the glue then top the ribbon with aother dot of hot glue. Leave ornament upside down for a few minutes to dry completely. The glue dries quickly, so you need to do one ornament at a time.



It's that easy. You can make these in any number of styles and color schemes. For more of a DIY keepsake ornament or simply for a fun Christmas craft, you can get these wooden cut-outs unfinished and let your child paint them his or herself before you attach the ribbon.


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