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Friday, December 9, 2011

It's a Wrap! Neighbor Gift

A few years ago, on Christmas Eve, a neighbor brought by a roll of wrapping paper, a roll of tape and a small plate of treats with a little typed tag attached. so I made up this cute little tag here to share, with a little improvement.

{Right click and save. Prints as a 4x6}

 I have been searching for this little tag for years and finally found it.
I loved the idea. And who doesn't need a little extra wrap and tape on Christmas eve.

{If you already have plans for this years neighbors gifts, Plan for next year and pick up your paper and tape at the after Christmas sales.  Your gift will be a hit next year}

Hope your Holidays are Merry and Bright this year!

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Thursday, December 1, 2011

Kid Christmas Treat Bags

I am always looking for a fun craft for my kids.  This one is quick and easy and may not even cost much.
I made these with my kid in about 20 minutes.  Here we go.

Brown craft paper
(If you have brown paper bags they will work)
Crayons, marker or whatever you have to decorate.  Lots of options.
sewing machine

I started with printing some templates for shapes.  You can make these on Photoshop elements or just freehand a few.

Cut them out  in pairs and hand them to the kids.
Let them decorate to there hearts content. 

Once they were done I used my sewing machine and stitched around the edges.
Stitching 2 pieces together.  
Leave an opening so you can fill them with candy. 
Fill them up and stitch them closed.

These would make great little gifts for your kids to give to friends at school or make a bunch and use them as an advent calendar.

Tear them open and eat them up!
Fun and easy. Just the way I like it!


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