Make different sized Christmas Trees. Click picture for tutorials. Use poster board to make the cone base. Video tutorial here for large cone. You can use any wide ribbon or almost any fabric. Just cut into about 3" wide strips and follow the burlap tree tutorial.
Set up christmas trees at the front door using tomato cages. Tutorial here. I did this last year and it worked out well.
Home-made Clay Ornaments and Handprint. I used this recipe last year. The small ones turned out nice but the big handprint we tried cracked. I might try this recipe this year.
Snowflake Canvas Art - I bought 3 8x8 canvases from Micheals. I might use a ruler to cut the tape thinner and make a more detailed snowflake and sign it "made by mommy and ashton 2014".
Family Christmas Movie Nights. 2014 Christmas TV Schedule here.
Button Christmas Tree. The local MCC has tons of button and they are separated in bins by colour. I picked up enough to do about 4 trees and total cost was about $1.
Frozen Paper Snowflakes. A bit confusing at first but my second attempt worked. Ashton had fun just cutting up paper then playing with the snowflakes I made.
Random Acts of Christmas Kindness. We will probably only get to a couple this year. I like the "taping money to a vending machine" and "candy bomb a parking lot". I think this will be a nice tradition to create especially as Ashton gets older and understands it. You could use one of the Free Printables or make your own: Rack'ed Card 1, Rack'ed Card 2
Grain Free Puppy Chow
Only 4 ingredients!