he only thing I love more than making handcrafted projects.... is gifting handcrafted projects. This easy cookie sack project is one of my favorites and I think when you see how simple it is to make, you're going to love it too.
In this, Day 16 of my 25 Days of Christmas holiday series I'll not only walk you through the construction process but I'll also share a few of my earlier versions of this adorable gift sack.
hristmas is right around the corner and even though you probably have your tree up already, I think it's never too late to add a few more elements.
In this, Day 15 of my 25 Days of Christmas holiday series I'm taking a closer look at glitter letter ornaments that are not only easy to make but they're also a fast and fun way to add a little bling to your branches.
T he smell of freshly baked banana bread in the morning is enough to wake my entire household. This holiday season consider setting your family's alarm clock to ring with the aroma of this simple but hearty bread.
Welcome to Day 11 of my 25 Days of Christmas series with a look at one recipe that you'll find yourself making over and over again.
I f you ever see a polar bear coming your way, ordinarily I would advise you to run in the opposite direction. However, in this case I think you should run straight to these adorable creatures.
In this, Day 9 of my 25 Days of Christmas holiday series, the polar bear cake pops are out of hibernation and they're oh-so much fun to make and eat.
s you mull over various holiday baking ideas, consider making homemade granola. It's tasty, easy to pull together and this particular recipe is filled with so many fantastic ingredients... you may start drooling before you even make it.
Welcome to Day 6 of my 25 Days of Christmas holiday series which all about GRANOLA.
f you read yesterday's post, you know I have an affinity for birds around the holidays. Dozens of feathered friends find their way to my Christmas tree every year.
With their migration in mind, I thought I'd do a little something special for all the birds who don't actually inhabit my holiday tree.
In this, Day 5 of my 25 Days of Christmas holiday series, I'll show you how to make these cute birdseed ornaments that you can serve up to the hungry feathered friends in your neck of the woods.
hen I turn in for the night, I really do imagine that my Christmas tree comes to life with enchanted creatures chattering and scurrying about in midnight light that only they can see.
I'm never quite quick enough to catch my enchanted visitors in action but I'm sure they must move about among themselves when no one is looking.