Christmas Gifts

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a close up of a plate of food with broccoli and corn casserole
Corn Souffle | Easy Corn Casserole - NeighborFood
a holiday grin bread recipe is featured in this ad for the easy christmas treat contest
Grinch Bread (AKA Pistachio Bread"
shrimp boil with corn on the cob
Shrimp Boil
Shrimp Boil is a mixture of potatoes, corn, shrimp, smoked sausage that is boiled in a lemon broth. Then it's drained and tossed with seasoned lemon and served. It's a quick and easy dinner or perfect for serving to guests! #shrimp #recipe
a hand holding a small gnome hat with candy canes on it
How to Make a DIY Christmas Gnome Ornament
a sign that says first i drink the coffee then i do the things
First I Drink the Coffee Sign
Rustic Wooden Sign perfect for your Home with the saying "First I Drink the coffee then I do the Things"! Solid pine with a warm country stain and natural wood frame in Antique White Finish! I bet you know someone who lives by this phrase!
a pillow with writing on it that says, i have given them some hope to hug this pillow
34 Gift Ideas for People Who Travel - AllDIYIdeas
34 Gift Ideas for People Who Travel 12 best boyfriend gifts of 2016 DIY A hug fr... ** Check out the image by visiting the link.
a drawstring bag is shown on a white surface
DIY Home Problems, Alternatives & Ideas - PuNk PrOjEcT
Drawstring Backpack DIY/I like the technique on this one. Very simple and it is lined.
a drawstring bag sitting on top of a white table
Make! Drawstring Backpack - Handmade Kids
A simple tutorial to make a drawstring backpack. Perfect for storing toys, use as a library bag or a light weight back pack for the kids when out.
a cell phone with the text how to shop for children at christmas
Easy way to keep things simple when shopping for children this Christmas!
a crocheted scarf is shown on a mannequin
Basic Chunky Cowl - Beginner Crochet Pattern - Hopeful Honey
Chunky Crochet Cowl -
a collage of people making faces with the words we love you written on them
Create a custom photo gift! Cut letters from cardstock and have the kids, family, or friends pose with them. Print all the photos at the Memory Lab and put together in a frame. So many possibilities!