Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Perfect gift for those neighbors who are determined there should be a gift exchange in the neighborhood. You'll be Queen after those gals (and guys) taste this.
If you've got a Special Needs kid on your list, take a peak at the excellent suggestions found here.
Monday, December 9, 2013
No more whinning...go through this incredible list to pick the ones you'll create for your nears and dears. Click here to begin the search...
Yippers...bake the splattery, curly stuff. Easy as pie (no clean-up), provided you don't forget to line the pan with parchment paper; and the taste is beyond super. Click here too see and read how.
Sunday, December 8, 2013
Like the guy says, 'there's no such thing as too many holiday cookies.' This array is worth adding to your Favs.
Take a look at this array of stuff to see what you think you'd like to create...
Saturday, December 7, 2013
Fast, easy, easy and easier...and perfect for your tree and/or the trees of others. Click here for the low down.
Don't know if you're up to your nose in snow, but here's some stuff to create that should (hopefully) make the days go a bit faster.
Friday, December 6, 2013
Sweet and simple and inexpensive...all the stuff we want when we're creating ornaments.
Can't complain that you're not ready for that Christmas dinner...these napkins take care of the problem.. Not too shabby that there's a photo for each step of the fold, AND a link to the tiny bow. Merry Christmas!
Posted by Nancy Ward at 12:30 AM
Thursday, December 5, 2013
NOW you know what to do with those bits and parts and pieces of paper...punch til your little fingers turn purple.
No, it's not too late to start creating these cards. So, go for it!
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Never have too many gift tags...click here and print to your heart's content.
You are gonna alove me for this link. The photos show every single step in detail, and the video is beyond excellent. My gift to you...
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
Now if this isn't cheap, I don't know what would be! Granted these dynamite snowflakes were cut with an electronic cutting machine (out of poster board, no less), but for those of you who are handy and inventive, you'll figure out a way to do the cutting the old fashioned way. I don't doubt you for an instant.