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10 times kids made their parents adorable Christmas presents

Little gifters.

CHRISTMAS IS USUALLY a time of manic present-induced excitement for children everywhere.

But when they turn the tables and give their parents gifts, things can get seriously cute:

1. Like these snowmen having the time of their lives

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2. And this marshmallow ornament kind of resembling one too

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3. A mini artist’s impression of a Christmas tree

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Probably on the GOOD apron too.

4. When this girl found a fossil in the back garden and turned it into a Christmas gift

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Inventive.

5. This Christmas card is both gas and adorable

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6. The year Ethan went rogue

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7. This Christmas book with some help from their parent

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“WHY I GRANDPARENTS” just didn’t cut it.

8. The Christmas tree/hand print motif wins every time

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9. When the person on the plate looks like he has wings

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*must put more handprints here*

10. And finally… when this four-year-old presented her parents with this “melted snowman”

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Heartmelting, more like.

More 7 simple gifts to send your emigrant mates this Christmas>

More 11 of the most Irish Christmas things that have ever happened>

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David Elkin

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