Archive for the ‘Christmas’ Category
Wednesday, December 17th, 2014
Are you knee deep in the holidays? This time of year is when I start to feel stressed. There are so many gifts to give, and of course, I wait until the last minute to kick into holiday gear.
This year, I thought I’d put together a little gift for my fellow procrastinators—a free printable to help you out as you do your last minute wrapping and gift giving. That way, all you have to do is hit print on your computer and you instantly have a card for your child’s teacher, a tag to accompany the cookies you baked, a place to hold the tip you leave for whomever it is you’re supposed to tip this time of year.
Just click on the links below… (more…)
Thursday, December 11th, 2014
The other day I made a batch of Gingerbread Men dolls. I know most people make gingerbread men cookies during the holidays, but I have a tendency to burn food. So instead of cookies, bright and cheery dolls it is. Wouldn’t these guys look cute peeking out of stockings on Christmas morning? Click on over to Lulu the Baker for the full tutorial. I’m guest posting while Melissa takes a little blogging break to spend time with her newborn. He’s so cute!
Wednesday, December 10th, 2014
With the festive season fast approaching, I thought I’d share some of my favorite map-inspired gifts for just about any family member, friend or co-worker on your gift-list. (more…)
Sunday, December 7th, 2014
I am super excited to be here for day seven of the 12 Days of Handmade Christmas. Today’s project is a great one for the kid in your life—it’s part puzzle and part decoration for their room. The blocks add a bright cheery pop of color and kids can change up the look as often as they want.
You’ll need: (more…)