Did you know that you can make homemade peppermint soap easily? Then you can add it to this pampering gift in a jar along with some peppermint bath salts. A fun gift that anyone will love anytime of the year! This post actually kicks off mason jar week. All week I will be posting mason jar crafts along with some of my blog friends. Be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post to see the other jar crafts for today.
Finish off your holiday with these printable Christmas tags as well as some last minute gifts for him. You can finish your shopping and print some cute tags for free. Tie them onto your packages and you will be ready to exchange gifts in no time at all! Don’t let these last few days stress you out….we are here to help! This post is sponsored by Old Spice and Gillette at Walmart however all projects and opinions are my own.
Jen Goode is back this month with some easy gift wrapping tips and even some free printable gift tags! Finish up your shopping then wrap up those gifts for a stress free holiday season!
Today I’m sharing some easy gift wrapping tips. I’ve also got free printable gift tags for you to use to pretty up all those presents you’re wrapping. Gift wrapping is one of my all time favorite things about giving gifts. It’s an opportunity to put a little of your own creative touch and give to someone special. It doesn’t take much to make your gifts look fantastic.
It is that time again. Time to think about Christmas gift wrap and adding it to all of those gifts under the tree. I have a few out of the box ideas for you today that are quick and easy. The best part? They all have one thing in common….copper! If you are a fan of the metallic trend, these Christmas gift wrap ideas just might be perfect for you. This one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed where I am a paid contributor but I am posting it here in case you missed it.
Make a cute paper Christmas tree in just minutes from paper doilies. This quick and easy project is perfect for decorating for all of your holiday parties. These were actually made by my teenage daughter, however, I thought I would take pictures so you could see just how to make them for yourself.
I wanted to share my farmhouse Christmas decor with y’all. Hopefully you can get a few ideas for your own home. Grab your plaid and get started on decorating. I really love all things plaid for the holidays and I think you can see that on this post! Y’all enjoy!
Angel ornaments are easy to make and can be a rustic addition to your tree when made with burlap. I came up with this quick and easy craft and showed how to make it on my Facebook page last week. They actually turned out so well that I wanted to share them here with y’all as well. Are you ready to make some burlap angel ornaments for your tree?
Hot chocolate in a jar can be an inexpensive and easy gift idea. I dressed up a jar like Rudolph for an adorable gift that anyone would love. Plus you can get everything you need at the dollar store. You have to love that! I am actually joining up with a group of ladies today to bring you holiday ideas from the dollar store so don’t miss those links at the bottom of this post.
Who needs to add a Christmas llama to their tree? This adorable guy can be made in just minutes with the instructions below. Plus if you want even more llama ideas for the holidays, I have some links from some fellow bloggers putting up ideas today as well. You just can’t go wrong with a llama ornament on your tree!
Add some festive Christmas tableware to your holiday by making this farmhouse tray for your home. I took this same tray that I added vinyl to for Thanksgiving and gave it a Christmas makeover. I can actually add vinyl to this metal tray for season after season. You have to love projects like those! If you want more farmhouse tray ideas for the holidays, be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post for the other bloggers participating in this series. Trust me…you don’t want to miss it!