Looking for a holiday decoration that is simple & quick and can easily change with the seasons? Decorate your mantle, end table, or any other space with these quick and easy frames. You can use whatever you like to fill the frame—fabric, wrapping paper, scrapbook paper, or even cards!
This pretty Christmas stocking is made from Liberty of London fabric that is both festive and feminine. The gold ribbon adds a nice sparkly accent to a stocking that I would happily hang in front of my fireplace.
These little ornaments will add sparkle and glimmer to your Christmas tree! Paint them silver or gold or cover them with glitter, and they will be real eye-catchers on your Christmas evergreen. And, trust me, you will be surprised at how snazzy cardboard looks once it is painted metallic.
Did Christmas sneak up on ya this year? Don’t fret; the elves are here to help! If there are any coffee drinkers, soda lovers, or tea enthusiasts on your list, read on. There’s still time to get things by Christmas when you shop on Amazon, so take a look at the gift ideas below.
Know someone who wants to make their own sodas without the artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives? Give them a SodaStream Starter Kit so they can make soda at home.
For your loved ones who are crazy for coffee, give them a Nespresso Aeroccino Plus. This fancy machine froths milk so you can top your favorite beverages with foam. Now the only problem you’ll have is trying to decide what to make next: a cappuccino, hot chocolate, or latte?
For the health minded friends in your life, give them a DIY Kombucha Kit so they can begin brewing their own probiotic drinks.
I love maple syrup—the taste (of course!) and the scent. This candle caught my eye when I saw that it smells like maple syrup. These candles are hand made in small batches using soy wax. Did you know that soy wax burns cleaner, longer, and brighter than paraffin candles? Plus, when you’re done burning the candle, you can reuse the container (simply wash it with soap and water).
If you’ve ever shipped gifts, traveled with presents, or tried saving bows, you are probably familiar with my plight—squished bows. Sure, if the ribbon has wired edges, you can certainly fluff it back to life. But what about non-wired ribbon or if you are shipping a gift with a bow? The answer: Tissue paper and air pockets. Find our more about my secrets for saving your bows after the jump.
Has the hustle and bustle of planning for Christmas left you or your dear ones feeling tired or stressed? Give the give of relaxation! Go ahead and treat yourself, too! You can find all these gifts (and more) at Walmart. There’s still time to get things delivered to your home or you can pick up at your local store.
This neck massager is great to have handy at home or the office for whenever you need some stress relief.
This sweet Christmas card features an original illustration of two adorable dachshunds celebrating the holidays under a wreath. I love the three-dimensional details like the bow on the wreath and the dogs’ ears. The Etsy shop also has cute Christmas cards featuring other dog breeds, such as English bulldog, French bulldog, and Welsh corgi.
These little earrings are made from an unexpected material… table confetti! What?? Yeah, I know it’s surprising, but true. The snowflakes in this bag of confetti are plastic, not paper, as you might first assume. I used an X-Acto to “drill” a hole in the snowflakes, but you could use a real drill if you feel comfortable enough to use it.
These earrings are quick and easy, so they would make a great last minute gift for any of the ladies still on your shopping list.