Hi everyone! The final days for Christmas preparation are here. I browsed through some of my older posts and found a few that might be helpful in a pinch–whether your time or your finances are pinched, some of these might help at the last minute. Click on the photo or text link to go directly to the specific post.
This mix holder, made from a Keurig box, would be a nice gift for a student or someone just starting out in their first apartment. In the post you can find out how to make it, then fill it with your favorite mixes. Or how about scrapbook supplies? Recipe cards?
I love this red scarf? I wore it all winter. I loved the way it looks and it is snuggly warm. You can make one (or two) in about ten minutes, I promise.
These business card holders are one of my all time favorite up-cycles. Made from TP tubes of all things. They take a little longer to make, but they sure are cheap, and everyone has them on hand. I use my business card holder all the time.
Interestingly, this angel craft is my most view post–2109 page views since I posted it last December. They look lovely on a tree, on cabinet knobs, or as part of a garland–take your pick.
I stumbled on burlap ornaments very similar to these on Pinterest last year and came up with my own version. I think they’re adorable, and they’re easy to make, too.
My sweet daughter, Gracie, LOVES these Italian Tea Cakes! The recipe on the post makes a large batch and they freeze very well.
These Seriously Sinful Salted Caramel Millionaire Bars are the kind of cookie that makes you wish you could eat the whole pan full. Buttery crust, caramel center, chocolate topping–what more could a girl want?
I cannot enter my mother’s house without a container full of these scrumptious scones. The orange and the white chocolate compliment each other perfectly. Make them. I promise you and all your loved ones with thoroughly enjoy them.
If you haven’t already, I hope you’ll link up to the Thrifted Merry Christmas blog party I’m hosting along with three other bloggers.
I’d LOVE to see your vintage Christmas!
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