This gingerbread play dough makes a great gift for kids and stressed out adults. It smells just like gingerbread cookies, and only requires five minutes of stove time.
Looking for a unique gift idea for a little girl? This hair bow wreath makes a great baby shower gift, birthday present or Christmas gift, and it takes less than five minutes to put together. Include 24 bows, and you could even use it as an advent calendar. Here’s how to make one.
Sometimes all it takes is a small detail to turn a nice gift into a really nice gift. I made a bunch of beeswax candles this week, and I finished them off with monogram labels.
Don’t they look nice?
If you’d like to make some to give as gifts (or to enjoy in your own home), you can!
I’ve never seen a store-bought advent calendar with big enough pockets, so this year I decided to do something about it. Or maybe I should say, I decided to d-i-y something about it. That advent calendar that you see above? It’s made from a shoe organizer. You know, the kind that’s designed to hang on the back of a door?
Need a Mother’s Day gift, a teacher’s gift or a small thinking-of-you gift? If you have a tea lover in your life, I have the perfect idea for you. Just pick up a box of tea bags, and replace the wrappers with these pretty printable ones.
Use them to hang laundry, as chip clips or to hold a pile of papers together – there’s no limit to the usefulness of clothespins. And when you dress them up with little bits of scrapbook paper, they become gift-worthy, too. Here’s how to make a set like you see above:
Turn a small gift into an extraordinary gift with the right presentation. This clothespin wreath holds 24 tea bags that I got for free, and I guarantee it would make any tea lover happy. Here’s how to make it.