I am a firm believer that people come into (and out of) our lives for a reason. Our family is lucky enough to have some pretty awesome neighbors move in recently and we’re feeling super blessed.
After thinking about a thoughtful (yet simple) housewarming gift, I had the idea to put some of my family’s favorite “must have” kitchen items into a jar. I love that everything is contained in a nice glass jar that the family can repurpose once they’ve opened up the gift.
We added a welcome home tag (which we printed from our home computer), tied a piece of twine around the lid and voila! We’ve come up with a simple, yet thoughtful welcoming gift.
The holiday season brings many chilly mornings and even more opportunities to cozy up with a hot cup of coffee. One of my favorite additions to a freshly brewed coffee is a great creamer. What better way to enjoy the season than with a mug full of holiday flavor?
This homemade coffee creamer adds that beloved minty flavor to your favorite morning (or evening) coffee. Make two batches – one for you and one to share with a friend or neighbor. It’s really simple (and inexpensive) to make.
Pour ingredients into a mason jar or other container, tie a ribbon around it and you have a great holiday gift! Create a DIY gift basket by combining the creamer with coffee and box of biscotti.
Need a hostess gift or something special for that home-bartender on your list? Here are a few of my recent favorite gift ideas that will have them stirring, shaking and sipping with a smile. Cheers friends!
You love your mom, we all love our moms. Remember making those cute Mother’s day gifts from Mom is school? You know the ones that included things like popsicle sticks, glue and glitter? Mom loved your homemade gifts then and will surely appreciate these grown up homemade Mother’s Day Gifts. Pick one, make one, put a smile on Mom’s face.
Have you started your holiday shopping? I have (sooo trying to get “ahead of the game” this year!). Because no ones likes to receive gifts they just don’t like (or be the giver of an awful gift), I wanted to share this fun (and helpful!) holiday infographic we created over at Daily Grommet. Check it out!
I hope you find this helpful in making your shopping list! Daily Grommet has tons of thoughtful gifts, hope you’ll check them out! See the full holiday infographic and sources to all of the gifts shown, here.
Please share this — friends don’t let friends get regifted!
Teacher Appreciation Day (or week for some schools!) provides the perfect chance to get your kiddo involved in doing something nice for their teachers. With a little thought and some DIY inspiration, you can help them put a gift together that their teacher will love. It’s all about making the teacher feel special and appreciated.
Here are few ideas I’ve pinned on Pinterest. We’re going to do these three, plus one original gift idea I’ll be sharing in a couple days!