Monday, December 22, 2014

3 Ways To Tie A Scarf In Under 3 Minutes

I. Love. Scarves.

If you're looking for some new ideas on how to wear your favorite scarf, check out these simple tips!

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Post by Wynn and Wilson.

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Begin A New Holiday Tradition

1. Start a new tradition with your family. Set up a Christmas Eve box filled with goodies (hot cocoa mix, pajamas, christmas book, etc.) and give it to your kids to open on the night before Christmas.

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2. Wrap up small gifts using white paper streamers. Slowly wrap the gift with the streamer and ccontinuethe process. Add more little items as you wrap around each layer. Secure with a sticker and put each "snowball" in a clear bag. A simple idea that adds a creative twist to stocking stuffers.


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3. The Minivan Express: It's a different twist to the Polar Express -- a more practical journey. Hand out tickets to the Minivan Express and a bag of popcorn -- and take your kids on a journey to view holiday lights around the town.

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Thursday, December 11, 2014

Olaf (Frozen) Sock Snowman

Looking for a quick and easy craft for the kids this holiday season? Try making this easy Olaf Sock Snowman. Click here to try it out!

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Photo Gift Tags

Skip the typical holiday wrapping paper and simply wrap up your next gift with a solid color. To make it "special" -- add the photo of the person you're giving it to! I found this photo online -- although I couldn't track where it was originally posted. It's a great idea!



DIY Photo Coasters

Transfer some of your favorite pictures onto square, stone tiles using nail polish remover. It's a simple idea that can turn into a great gift idea. 



Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Last Minute Decor Options

Don't have time to create unique decorations for the home before your guests arrive? Take some pears and create a letter or design by pushing whole cloves into the fruit. Spell out a message or wish and add it to the dinner/dessert table.

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Need a fun/easy option for placecards? Simply take some rosemary sprigs and tie it into a circle. Add a small piece of paper with your guests name on it. NOTE: Be careful not to snap the sprigs (you may have to soak it in water before beginning the craft.)

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