As I was checking on my blog for my spicy bark recipe, I realized I should really do= my usual round-up of crafty ideas for the holidays. So let's revisit some projects and roundups from past winters to serve as visual reminders for you (and me!). A good idea is a wonderful thing to recycle. Incorporating handmade into your home and gifts always adds more meaning to the holidays, and the benefits are vast. It ensures that there's less rushing about out. And if you create with friends and family, traditions are formed and memories made. There's still time...
|diy yule log candle tray here|
|herb gift toppers found here|
|wrapping suggestions here|
|recipe found here|
|tutorial found here|
|oat floats: how to found here|
|diy frilled pencils (great stocking stuffers!)|
Above are some well-loved decoration ideas. Links are from left to right.
Row 1: burlap forest, snow covered pine cones, cranberry wreath
Row 2: rag wreath, newspaper snowflake garland, batting scrap wreath ornament
The following are links for simple gifts that whip up quickly. Once again from left to right.
Row 1: elf slippers, card holders, milk carton cookie houses
Row 2: napkin rings and other security paper ideas, gift bag/boxes, leather leaf cuff
Row 3: wrapping ideas, child's travel pillow, paper whites
Row 4: love letter pillow, travel felt board, envelope purses
Row 5: quick personalized stationery, memory game, last minute treat bags