Mother’s Day is May 12th and just around the corner. It’s time to start prepping a grand gift for your mother if you haven’t…
Valentine’s Day is one short week away, and now’s the time to start thinking about what you plan to give the special someone (or someones) in your life. While many people resort to buying their valentines gifts, I think something handmade can go a lot farther towards showing someone you care about them, don’t you?
Ah, February 14th: dreaded every year by single folks and forgetful partners the world over. Heading into pretty much any grocery or drugstore in the United States for a month leading up to this holiday, you’re met with a profusion of red and pink, chocolates and candles, and of course, dozens and dozens of deep red roses…
Valentine’s Day tends to be filled with hallmark cards, generic stuffed animals, and boxes of heart shaped chocolates. If you’re into celebrating this holiday, why not add a homemade touch to it? For your loved one, for your family, or a party for friends; I’ve gathered up a few recipes that may breathe some life into the day of love.
As December 25th draws closer and closer, friends and family around the world are prepping for the holiday in some pretty awesome and unique ways. Here in the United States, we’ve got our own set of holiday traditions ranging from hanging stockings up in front of the fireplace to decorating Christmas trees. In other places around the world, though, traditions can be pretty different from ours!
Over the last few years, I’ve participated in a bunch of different white elephant gift exchanges. I love walking away from them with an item I loved and never would have thought to buy for myself. Or an item that makes me laugh! I’ve decided to comb through Artfire and find some unique little gifts that might pleasantly surprise someone at your white elephant gift exchange!
There are about a bazillion cute things on Artfire, and lot of them are definitely priced in a great range for holiday shoppers on a budget. Here is a random smattering of awesome items you can find on Artfire for under 20 dollars.
I love hot chocolate all year round, but this time of year is the best for this delicious drink. So I got to thinking… why stick with the same ole’ same ole’ hot chocolate? Why not experiment a little? I’ve collected a few different recipes that may replace the usual for you and your family!
‘Tis the season to both be jolly and to start in on your holiday baking marathon! To get you all started, here are 7 creative holiday treat ideas to help you start brainstorming.
I’ve gathered up a few pictures for you to check out that might give you some inspiration for an alternative to the sap covered cat playground Christmas trees of years past.