These free printable Christmas Gift Tags can be printed on scrapbook paper and cut out to add a special touch to your gifts.
I’m totally digging the deer trend that is happening this year and I wanted to incorporate it into my gift wrapping so I designed a couple of printable Christmas gift tags to label my gifts with. Since it is the season of giving I wanted to share them with you.
I printed mine on kraft paper but you could use any colored card stock, or even white card stock if you like. Then just cut them out and punch a hole in them if you’d like to tie them to your gift, or don’t and just tape it to the top of a box.
I’ll admit, I haven’t actually finished wrapping all of my gifts BUT I am finally finished with my shopping and now that I have my labels printed out I’m going to get to work. I WILL have everything wrapped before Christmas Eve this year….I hope.
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The Keurig 2.0 is the perfect way to make our Cheesecake Iced Coffee recipe. It is a dreamy iced coffee that will satisfy your sweet craving.
For all of you out there who are still looking for that one last gift we have the answer! Melinda and I had the opportunity to try out the new Keurig 2.0 and we love it! We both already have Keurig machines so we knew we were fans but the Keurig 2.0 has some really cool new features.
Need a little inspiration when it comes to Christmas Decorating Ideas? This year at my house was all about golds, white, natural textures and deer!
I had so much fun decorating the house this year. Rick picked out a beautiful live tree, I found the perfect paper mache deer head at Hobby Lobby and added a new bottle brush tree to my mantle decor. I couldn’t be happier with how everything looks!
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This recipe for Cherry Coke Cupcakes only has 3 ingredients. Package them in a jar and it is not only delicious it’s the perfect homemade gift!
Christmas is almost here, can you believe it?! I still have a ton to do to get ready but I’m so excited! This year was one of those years where I felt inspired and found just the right gift for everyone on my list. For me the real magic of Christmas is seeing the smile on someone’s face when they unwrap a package and see a special something just for them that came from your heart.
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Marie Callender’s Pot Pies are a great way to make a family dinner that delivers a true sense of homemade without spending hours in the kitchen.
Dinner is the one time of day where everyone in the family stops what they are doing and we all sit down together. Even if it is just for 30 minutes it’s my favorite part of the day. I love to cook and I do it often but some days I just don’t have time to get everything done and I need a little help getting dinner on the table so I can enjoy some time with the family. Now that it looks like winter is here to stay pot pies are the perfect comfort food to warm us up, and on cold nights Marie Callender’s pot pies are one of my go-to quick meals for the family. They have a homemade gravy mixed with vegetables and your choice of meats, baked in a golden, perfectly flaky crust that’s made from scratch. Sawyer is always excited when I say it’s pot pie night!
The most memorable breakfast of the year is quickly approaching! Yep that’s right, Christmas morning. I gathered 10 Jolly Christmas Breakfast Ideas that are sure to leave an impression and a smile on everyone’s face.
I’m not much of a morning person but on Christmas morning I am. My inner child gets all giddy and I rush down the stairs as if Santa left me a surprise. I’m filled with holiday cheer and I want my whole house to feel it too. Since I’m up so early, I have plenty of time to make the perfect jolly Christmas breakfast for my family . I’ve rounded up a few of my favorite Christmas breakfast ideas to help spread the holiday cheer.
The holidays are in full swing! I have found 10 Festive Christmas Cookie Recipes that will make any holiday party, cookie exchange or gift basket stand out.
These are not your standard Christmas cookies. I prefer the not so typical cookie for the holidays. Don’t get me wrong the beautifully decorated sugar cookies are nice to look at, but not much variety in taste. I like to mix it up for the holidays and serve eye catching cookies that taste amazing, and I always remember to make extra for teacher’s gifts and gift baskets for the family also.
Everyone loves food in a jar and this Apple Pie in a Jar recipe will help you make delicious homemade gifts for friends and family.
It’s the gift giving season and we’ve been baking up a storm. Bob’s Red Mill recently sent us some of their Organic Unbleached All Purpose White Flour and we put it to good use with our apple pie in a jar recipe. We love making homemade gifts for our friends and family, especially edible gifts, and if that gift is served in a jar…BONUS! I really don’t know why I love food served in jars so much. Maybe it is because it’s such an simple way to package homemade recipes that aren’t usually easy to wrap up as a gift, or maybe I just like being able to unscrew the lid, grab a spoon and dig in.
This DIY Christmas Card Holder uses chicken wire and burlap to make a rustic place to display all of your holiday cards.
Everyone sends such cute holiday cards nowadays and we love displaying them in our homes through the holidays. All of those pictures of adorable kids and happy families make the perfect decoration! This year instead of propping them up on the mantle or sticking them on the fridge with a magnet we came up with a fun way to display them with a little holiday flair.
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Party planning doesn’t have to be stressful with these party planning printables and this easy Crab Ball Appetizer Recipe.
The holidays are in full swing and this is a busy week for me. I have 20 guests coming over for a sit down dinner on Saturday and I’m making my lists and checking them twice. Since I have party planning on my mind I wanted to share a few tips and trick I use to keep costs down and things running smoothly.