If you’re still a little behind on the holiday decorating or have yet to get very crafty so far this month, I have a SUPER easy DIY project that you can whip up in an afternoon and it will check off both of those boxes for you! This DIY holiday gift box wreath is so cute and you’ll be shocked at how easy it is to put together.
Now that we’ve covered the girls and the guys, it’s time to talk about some stocking stuffer ideas for kids! I wanted to put together some items that aren’t sweets and are things that kids will actually use. Some of them will even help your lives go a little easier too 😉 Getting them out from in front of a screen and doing something different was also up there on the top of my list, so a lot of these items are great for families, letting them get creative, or learning a few things too. [Read more…]
Tis’ the season for gift giving and one of my VERY favorite things to shop for is stocking stuffers! I love thinking outside of the box and filling up stockings with gifts that people will actually use and enjoy. It’s too easy to fill a stocking with junk that’s just going to sit and get dusty, so take the time to put a little more energy into them and grab some unexpected stocking stuffer gifts that will be a hit! I’ll be sharing 3 different stocking stuffer gift lists this week, and today it’s all about stocking stuffer ideas for her! [Read more…]
Today, I’m sharing the easiest white hot chocolate recipe that you can fix and forget in the crockpot and the CUTEST North Pole stir sticks that will get everyone into the holiday spirit! This North Pole hot chocolate is so easy to make and so much fun to drink! It’s the perfect whimsical treat to sip while sitting near the tree and reading Christmas stories with the kids, or while wrapping presents and listening to your favorite Christmas music! And don’t worry….there’s no age limit for this yummy drink! 😉
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If you guys are anything like me, your pets are members of your family. And including them during the holiday season is a no-brainer for me! Just like the rest of my family, they each have their very own stocking and they also get a festive holiday dinner, just like the rest of the family! I also like to put together a fun little gift basket for each of them every year.
It’s a really fun way to include them during the holidays and even though they probably don’t understand the whole “holiday” thing, they sure do get excited when they smell treats! 😉 If you have dogs or a family member or friend with a dog, you’ll definitely want to make sure to include a dog holiday gift basket on your shopping list this year!
In today’s post I’m sharing some easy ideas for you to put together your very own dog holiday gift basket for your own four-legged family members! And if you don’t have a dog, putting one together for a friend or for your local animal shelter is just as much fun too!
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I pride myself on being a great gifter. I love planning out fun ideas and picking out the perfect items for the people on my list every year. I have quite a few friends that travel a lot for work throughout the year, and they are always really tough to buy for because they are always on the road. This year, I put together a really fun travel themed holiday gift idea that is easy and features a VERY cool product that I am obsessed with and am planning to pick up for myself too!
After an extended Thanksgiving break (which is exactly what this girl needed!), I’m back just in time for the Christmas and holiday season! After everything that I’ve posted for the holidays before, did you guys really think that I would let December pass by without a printable Christmas movie list?! That’s a definite NO.
Christmas is next week and it’s almost time to dust off your plate, put a batch of cookies in the oven, and make sure there is enough milk in the fridge for the big guy. You know, the one in red. Santa Claus!
But it seems like there are a few others that seem to get forgotten about when we leave all of the treats out on Christmas Eve. There happen to be eight other important members of the team that often get overlooked. Know who I’m talking about…? Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, and Blitzen. Oh, and Rudolph! We can’t forget about him!
So today, I’m sharing a super simple last minute recipe and DIY for Reindeer food that you can make with the kids to prepare for Santa’s arrival!