Just a line to wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas! I enjoy having each and everyone of you visit here regularly. I hope you enjoy your holiday, spend time with family, and love every minute of it! See you back here tomorrow with our regularly scheduled programming but for now I am off to eat way to many cookies!
I wanted to give y’all a Christmas home tour this year just so I could share all of our Christmas decorations. I have had a fun time this year with multiple trees and embracing a rustic style. I am sure y’all will love it! You have seen our Christmas tree already but you can see it again below.
Give this fruit basket in a jar to anyone on your holiday gift list. This project is super easy to pull together and it makes a great gift idea. Don’t ever gift a plain fruit basket again! Jazz it up with a large Ball jar and watch your gift recipient smile. This post is sponsored by Ball canning however all projects and opinions are my own. I also have information for a contest sponsored by Ball this holiday season so be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post to see the information. You can also head here to see the gifts in a jar Pinterest board for 2015 from Ball.
You can’t go wrong with a build a sock puppet gift idea. This gift in a jar is perfect for the kids on your gift giving list. Don’t worry we have a trick that makes this one super easy to pull together. The kids will love opening this gift then getting creative and building their own sock puppets. This one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed as a part of my design team gig but I am reposting here in case you missed it.
This is a part of gift in a jar week, so be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post to see the jar gifts from our partner blogs today!
Whip up this mocktail gift in a jar in just minutes and give to anyone on your gift giving list. This super simple idea can be modified to include a small bottle of alcohol if you want to turn this into a cocktail gift in a jar. Either way this is sure to be a hit with your gift recipient. This post is sponsored by Expressionery however all projects and opinions are my own.
This is a part of a gift in a jar series and you can see even more ideas at the bottom of this post from our blog partners for this series.
Today we are going to talk about how to wrap edible gifts. I decided to add this onto mason jar week because obviously mason jars are the perfect way to wrap up your edible gifts. But even if you are not a mason jar fan or if you like giving HUGE batches of cookies that won’t fit in a jar, we have an option for you as well! This post was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed as part of my design team gig but I am posting here in case you missed it.
It is mason jar gift week around here so you will want to be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post to see what our blog partners for this series have in store for you!
Give this healthy holiday gift in a jar to anyone this holiday season! If you have friends or family that are trying to stay on track for their New Year’s resolutions, give them a gift that will help them along the way. We also have great “healthy” printable holiday gift tags that you can use for any healthy gift idea. This post is sponsored by ZonePerfect however all projects and opinions are my own. Be sure to pick and and add ZonePerfect Perfectly Simple Limited Edition Bars to your healthy holiday gift in a jar.
This is gift in a jar week around here! Be sure to scroll to the end of this post for even more fun gift in a jar ideas from our blog partners for this series!
If you are looking for last minute gift ideas, these Amazon Prime deals are for you! Links in this post are affiliate links which means a portion of your purchase will go to support this site. Amazon Prime offers up free two day shipping so this is the perfect opportunity to snag those last minute gifts and get them delivered to your home. If you don’t have Amazon Prime, just click here to sign up. Take advantage of that free two day shipping right away with some of our gift ideas below or shop around on your own. You will find exactly the gift you are looking for and have it in time for Christmas!
I was honored to have this Christmas candy garland featured on the Hands On Crafts for Kids TV show. Jenny Rohrs demonstrated my craft on the latest episode. The full episode is actually up on their website for the next week. Don’t worry however as I have the segment of my feature in the post below! I was not compensated in any way for my participation. This was just a fun way to get one of my craft ideas on television!
I have some great themed gift basket ideas for you today along with a $100 gift card giveaway to Walmart so you can create your own gift basket. This post is sponsored by the BHG Live Better line of products at Walmart however all projects and opinions are my own. Everything you see in this post can be found as close as your local Walmart store. So be sure to head there to pick up the items needed for your own gift basket and to finish off your holiday shopping.