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  • Hey guys, it's Wengie. Welcome back to my channel.

  • Here's a present for you guys.

  • Holiday hug.

  • Oh my gosh guys,

  • I can't believe It is almost Christmas already.

  • I remember when this year started

  • Where are my lives? Like it's literally flashed before my eyes.

  • For the Holiday, I decided to find some really fun DIYs and hacks for you guys to get you through the holidays

  • And I interrupt this intro to tell you guys this video was sponsored by Clinique,

  • so thank you Clinique, and I hope you enjoy this video.

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  • It's pretty much it, it is so simple.

  • If we can get this video to 150,000 thumbs up, that would literally make my Christmas.

  • I know you guys can do it, you guys rock.

  • And without further adieu, let's get straight to the video. Let's go!

  • I've always loved snow globes, but snow jars are also so fun.

  • And you can actually make your own super easily.

  • All you need is a mason jar, some Christmas tree ornaments, and fake snow.

  • Simply glue your tree onto the lid with hot glue, then fill your mason jar with a bit of fake snow.

  • Screw on the lid, and now you're ready for the best thing.

  • Flip the mason jar upside down.

  • The snow falls to the bottom of the jar, and covers the tree on the way down, so it really looks like it's snowing

  • in our mini Christmas world.

  • You can experiment with different jar shapes and sizes, as well, like this one.

  • So definitely have fun with this DIY, and make it your own.

  • Did you hate it trying to take a Christmas picture, but although wrapping and rubbish from the presents are in the background, it can ruin a perfectly good picture.

  • So instead, just take a carefully opened present box or some leftover wrapping

  • and wrap up a large container or your bin

  • for all your rubbish and it will blend in with your Christmas background.

  • No ugly bins in sight.

  • Don't have instant snow?

  • You can actually make your own by using the inside of a

  • nappy.

  • Iit's called a sodium polyacrylate which

  • are also in Orbeez.

  • It basically absorbs

  • water like crazy and expands like a

  • hundred times its original size.

  • Just sprinkle it wherever you like and add water.

  • Or you could drop it all over

  • the floor like me. It's so easy and so

  • fun to watch grow, I could seriously do

  • this a million times just to see it grow

  • in front of my eyes. Just look at how it

  • covers this Christmas scene.

  • So you can find this stuff at your local store and that's great.

  • But if you can't you can always

  • get some from the inside of nappies.

  • Just so unexpected.

  • Christmas is probably the most Snap-happy

  • time of the year, and you never

  • really know when your pictures being

  • taken, so expect to be caught off guard a

  • few times.

  • But one thing you can control

  • is how your skin looks and a great way

  • to make this easier is to use a

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  • separate concealer anymore and your

  • concealer shade will always be on point.

  • This also means that the coverage is

  • amazing and buildable, but it also feels

  • really light, and this doe foot

  • applicator means you have total control

  • and can apply as much or as little

  • foundation as you like. Also the

  • foundation doesn't dry super quickly,

  • so it gives you enough time to blend it

  • in, which is me because I can be such a

  • slow blender sometimes. And once it's

  • blended the color will melt into your

  • perfect shade. The foundation finish is

  • incredibly matte so you don't turn out

  • super shiny in photos, which is literally

  • my problem all the time and it's

  • suitable for dry, normal and combination

  • skin, which is me. Not sure what shade you

  • are? Visit your local Clinique Counter to

  • get your shade match. There are 20 shades

  • to choose from and they'll also gift

  • you with a complimentary seven-day

  • supply of any foundation. So Merry

  • Christmas from Clinique. This cost twenty-seven

  • dollars which is so cost effective

  • because you don't need to buy a separate

  • concealer. In love with this guys.

  • It's not Christmas without Santa and

  • what better way is there to dress up a

  • party cup than with a Santa costume?

  • This DIY is super easy. All you need is a red

  • party cup, some black ribbon, a button and

  • some gold paint. First paint your button

  • gold. You may need a few coats and then

  • let it dry. Or you can just find a gold

  • button in the store.

  • Measure out a strip of black ribbon by

  • wrapping it around the cup and cut it to

  • size, and then when your button is dry

  • hot glue it right into the middle of the

  • ribbon, and then glue the ribbon onto the

  • cup,

  • then simply glue the ends together to

  • finish it off and that's it.

  • This DIY is so simple but completely

  • changes your boring cups into something

  • bright and festive at your holiday

  • party and it's great because there's no

  • washing up. I'd make a whole row of these

  • side-by-side and I think it would look epic.

  • There's something really comforting

  • about hot chocolate and I've got a great

  • way to add some Christmas spirit to yours

  • this coming holiday. Connect three

  • marshmallows by using the craft sticks

  • so they form a head, chest and pelvis. Stick two

  • arms and legs into the bottom two pieces,

  • then a tiny piece of carrot for the nose.

  • Or you can use candy corn as well.

  • Use some chocolate icing to draw some

  • buttons, eyes and a mouth and you're done.

  • I made my first one sad by accident. I was

  • hopinh mine would look a little bit more

  • like Olaf and a little less weird

  • but it's okay, I like weird.

  • So go ahead and give your snowman an

  • awesome hot chocolate bath and you're done.

  • Hot chocolate plus marshmallows, sign me up.

  • Well, would have enjoyed it if Mia

  • didn't get to this first.

  • In order to make these amazing light

  • decorations,

  • you'll need a mason jar, some book

  • wrapping, frosted glass spray, some

  • ribbons, and bells and an LED candle.

  • Trace an outline of anything you like on

  • to the book wrapping. I drew an angel but

  • you can write a letter or anything you

  • want.

  • Cut it out carefully and then stick it

  • onto your mason jar. Take your frosted

  • glass spray and spray a light coat onto

  • the jar and rotate the jar so you can coat

  • all of it. Try to do this in a

  • ventilated space, which is not what I did,

  • and I regret. When it's dry, simply peel

  • off your sticker and you should be left

  • with something like this.

  • Now tie some bells on to your ribbon

  • ends and then tie this around the neck

  • of your jar. Put an LED candle inside and

  • close the lid and we're done. I also

  • did this with a Christmas tree design, a

  • star shape and i love how they all

  • turned out.

  • Did you know, you can make the cutest

  • gift box out of toilet paper roll? This

  • hack is great for giving people smaller

  • gifts when you aren't sure how to wrap

  • them, or to make a small candy gift box.

  • Just take a toilet paper roll, squash it

  • flat and then fold the edges in until

  • they overlap like this. Then put your

  • gift inside. You can do some candy or

  • anything else you would like, before

  • closing off the other side by folding it

  • in. Then use some wrapping paper and

  • ribbon to wrap it up and you're done.

  • So now you have a solution for all those

  • small gifts that a too hard to wrap.

  • These cute trees are great way to

  • decorate the dinner table during the

  • holidays. In order to make a delicate

  • cone-shaped Christmas tree, you'll need some

  • twine, pressure paper, hot glue and some

  • decorative stars. The first thing you

  • need to do is twist the magazine paper

  • into a cone shape and then tape it in

  • place. Then use scissors to get the base

  • of the cone so it's flat and also a

  • small slit on the bottom of the cone.

  • Take your twine and put the end through the

  • small slit to hold it in place and then

  • just keep wrapping and wrapping until

  • you get to the top.

  • Next take hot glue and basically just

  • glue the whole thing together using

  • various patterns. I kinda just went

  • up and down the tree. Try not to glue

  • this directly onto the paper because

  • then it won't come off.

  • I saw a lot of tutorials saying to use

  • Mod Podge or glue or cornstarch, but these

  • ended up sticking to the paper too much

  • and didn't really work for me. When it's

  • dry, just take your tree off the cone and

  • it should look like this. Next take your

  • decorative stars and put a tiny bit of

  • hot glue on them and just pick the kind

  • of randomly on your tree. I put a star on the

  • top as well and then you're done.

  • I've tried a few different colors and

  • sizes and they all turned out looking

  • amazing. I love how delicate and

  • intricate these trees look and they just

  • give up a different kind of vibe

  • compared to standard trees and I think

  • they are really elegant.

  • So we probably all have received festive

  • socks at some point. Perhaps it wasn't

  • the best present, but actually if you

  • don't wear yours,

  • they could be perfect cup warmers.

  • All you need to do is just cut the stock in

  • half, flip it inside out and sew the end

  • closed. And that's pretty much it.

  • You've made yourself an awesome festive

  • cup warmer. And then I said the corners

  • together in the middle like this.

  • It will keep the drinks nice and warm in the

  • holidays and also protect your hands

  • from getting burnt. Mmm. It just makes your

  • drinks looks so much more cozy as well.

  • I don't know about you but I think life's

  • too short for boring napkins,

  • so here's a hack that can turn a simple

  • napkin into a Christmas tree. Just find

  • the corner of the napkin with all the

  • loose folds, fold the first corner up to

  • the top and then keep folding the

  • quarters up, leaving an even gap between

  • each of them, until you get to the last

  • sheet. And turn the napkin over and fold

  • down the top to create a triangle. Use

  • the fold as a guide to fold the edges

  • in to form a cone shape. And turn it over and fold

  • each triangle sheet upwards while

  • tucking the edge under the