It’s that time of year again…the time when I am ready to get in my craft room and make tons of fun Christmas gifts! I’ve been finishing up Calc 2 this week, so my school term is done and I have no academic responsibilities until 2015…YAY! So today I’m sharing a little recap of some wonderful gifts I’ve made (and given away, even!) in the past…enjoy!
Handmade Coffee Syrups are, hands down, my most popular post…and you won’t believe how easy they are!
The granddads (and dad, too) in our lives loved these Shadow Words I Love You Photos.
Just wanting a cute giftcard holder? This Purse Giftcard Holder is adorable and quick to make!
What neighbor or friend wouldn’t love a personalized, Etched Glass Baking Pan, complete with your favorite breakfast casserole inside? And you get to play with etching cream and stencils!
And don’t forget about making ornaments! These Simple Nativity Ornaments are perfect gifts for religious ed teachers, or to tie onto any package!
These “Cozy Toes” Cupcakes, which actually hold a pair of warm and fuzzy socks, make a great little gift for teachers.
People will be your friend forever if you give them a jar of delicious Jezebel Sauce. It takes seconds to whip up, and is perfect for friends or as a hostess gift.
We also like to give a Soup and Bread Gift, with homemade lentil soup mix and beer bread mix tucked into a fun bread pan.
And, just to make it an even ten ideas, these Personalized Coffee Cup Notecards were easy to make, and impress anyone you give them to!
Now, go get crafting!