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Green Holiday Entertaining

Air date: Dec. 17, 2014

Children’s Hanukkah craft and decoration - menorah from reused cardboard tubes, from the Creative Jewish Mom blog

http://www.creativejewishmom.com/2011/11/hanukah-menorah-from-recycled-cardboard-tubes.html

Stick wreath decoration, inspired by the Painted Hive blog

http://thepaintedhive.net/2010/08/starburst-twig-wreath

Borrowed party glassware from the Northeast Seattle Tool Library

https://neseattle.myturn.com/library/inventory/search?q=glasses&type=Serving%7C186

Ube cheesecake from Hood Famous Bakeshop in Seattle

http://hoodfamousbakeshop.com

Jolly Green Machine cocktail with organic ingredients, from Cosmopolitan

http://www.cosmopolitan.com/food-cocktails/g1887/organic-alcohol-cocktails/?slide=7

Wine bottle gift bag from old sweater from Goodwill, inspired by the That’s What Che Said blog

http://www.thatswhatchesaid.net/2013/sweater-sleeve-wine-bottle-gift-bags

Small gift boxes made from reused cardboard tubes, from the Pink Doormat blog

http://thepinkdoormat.blogspot.ro/2013/11/cardboard-tube-pillow-boxes.html

Old kids’ artwork used for wrapping paper, inspired by Martha Stewart and others

http://www.marthastewart.com/901698/repurposing-kids-art

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Updated: Dec. 16, 2014


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