Recently we went to a Christmas festival and at one of the stations they set up a super fun, easy and low-mess Grinch paper craft. This holiday craft requires few supplies and very little prep and it's toddler friendly!
It doesn't matter if you call it a White Elephant or a Yankee Swap, the game remains the same. Guests are told to bring a gift within certain perimeters. Some hosts will set a dollar amount of $25, or even $50 for the gift and expect it to be something someone would enjoy. Other hosts will request DIY items or items that cost very little. If you find yourself stuck on what to bring to a White Elephant party, I have some ideas for you.
Get ready for all things unicorn! Pillows, blankets, mugs and more! Here is a gift guide featuring items for the unicorn lover in your life!
This year is an exciting year in our house. This year marks the first year we'll have an Elf visit us. Yes, we are about to introduce Elf on the Shelf to our toddler. After watching her at egg hunts this past Easter, I think she's really going to grasp the concept of finding the Elf each morning and get excited to search around the house for him. In order to prepare for our new arrival on December 1st, I have complied some Elf on the Shelf set up ideas from some wonderful bloggers!
Tis the season for holiday gift shopping! Don't bother going to the store this year, give a gift that doesn't require you (the giver) or them (the receiver) to leave the comforts of home. I have subscription box recommendation for every member of your family!
Hard to believe that yet another Halloween has come to pass (side note, this also marks the end of my blogging challenge, Blogtober) but here we are! I'm not one to go all out with costumes and decor but I certainly appreciate when others do. The ones who seem to put in the most time and energy into Halloween costumes are of course, celebrities!