Maze Gift Card Holder
Maze Gift Card holder (Amazon)
Scrap Christmas Paper
Circle Paper Punch (mine is a 2 inch)
I love to receive gift cards but I worry that the gift itself is not personal enough. I love this maze gift card holder because if you give it to a child it still gives them something to play with! And, to add a personal touch, I put a simple handmade band around it. To make this...
Cut a strip of paper about 1.5" thick and wrap around the gift.
Cut (3) 2 inch circles and wrinkle them up. Glue them by the center on the strip and add a cute rhinestone star.
Toilet Paper Gift Certificate Wrap
Toilet Paper Roll
Christmas Decorative Paper
I like to give gift certificates for the same reason I like to give gift cards! This cute wrapping makes it look like you spent just a little time adding that personal touch to the gift. This wrapping is easy, just wrap the paper around the roll and place the gift certificate inside so it doesn't get wrinkled.
In this toilet paper roll, I put a gift certificate to proDo, a new blow dry bar in Draper and they agreed to donate a gift certificate to a viewer. Check out my blog at www.aPage4allSeasons.blogspot.com <http://www.aPage4allSeasons.blogspot.com> to enter to win!
Neighbor Gift Wrapping Tips
Bumper Blanket (available at www.BumperBlankets.com <http://www.BumperBlankets.com>)
Tag (available at Office Depot)
Your Christmas Card (our photo was taken at Camera Shy in Lehi, UT)
I love to give neighbor gifts of things that I love. This Bumper Blanket is fun because it is creative and the company is from here in Utah! I used a tag I got from Office Depot that was very inexpensive and added the fun phrase "Neighbor, we love "bumping" into you!" I can't help myself, tacky neighbor gift tags are to much fun at Christmas! I also used my family Christmas Card as a Tag for the gift so our neighbors know who it is from! I love using Camera Shy for pictures because they give you the picture CD with your sitting so I can insert professional photos versus the terrible pictures I take here at home!
Santa Hand Sanitizer
Hand Sanitizer (I got mine from All a Dollar)
Black, Red and White Cardstock
2 black medium rhinestones
Such a fun idea that you can do with small hand sanitizers or a larger bottle for teachers, who never have enough!
Cut a red strip of cardstock and wrap around the bottle.
Cut the white strip and use an edge punch or scallop scissors to cut the edges of the paper.
Attach the rhinestones and strip of black paper as shown.
Cut a square and make the buckle silver with glitter
Washer Tree Ornament
Washers (pick 2 sizes, I got them from Home Depot)
Christmas Paper Scraps
Easy peasy! I just traced the washers and cut them to fit the washers. Then I hand wrote 2012 on the ornament. This is a great idea for kids to do at their Christmas Parties!
Snowman Candy Bar
Infant Socks (I got a 3 pack for $1 at Dollar Tree!)
Yellow thin ribbon
Cut a white piece of card stock the length of your candy bar and wrap around the candy bar!
Put the sock on the top of the candy bar, tie a ribbon around he top of the sock and then cut the sock off
Cut a strip from a matching sock to use as a scarf
Cut a triangle for the nose with orange card stock
Add medium black rhinestones for the eyes and "buttons"
Add small rhinestones for the mouth. I use a strip of rhinestones to make it easy to form!
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