101 Days of Christmas: Printable Treat Bag Tags

I love to package various homemade treats in cellophane treat bags. They're much less expensive than cookie tins, looks festive, easy to prepare and transport large batches, etc. My packaging usually includes a pretty ribbon tied around the bag and curled -- often with a hanging gift tag added -- but this year I wanted…

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101 Days of Christmas: Baby’s 1st Christmas Onesie

I really love having a little baby at Christmastime (which is good since this will be our fourth fall baby), and one of my favorite parts is all of the cute "Baby's 1st Christmas" outfits available! We received a couple hand-me-down sleepers, and I couldn't resist this set from Carter's, but I had some green…

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101 Days of Christmas: Milk Carton Ice Candles

Confession: While my husband remembers pretty much every detail of his life from the time he was two years old, I have a terrible memory, just remembering snippets here and there rather than specifics. Because of this, I hold the memories I do have tightly, and these candles are on that list. I can clearly…

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101 Days of Christmas: Hand-Painted Glass or Ceramic Gifts

The following post is from Janel of Life with Lucie and Ella.: Hand painting plain glass or ceramic dishes is a great way to make an inexpensive holiday gift! It's not difficult to find a glass or ceramic item that you can add your own special touch to. This season, the dollar section at Target…

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