Over the last few years, the concept of online holiday shopping has exploded into the mainstream. Millions of online shoppers find hot deals on "Cyber Monday" and through the entire holiday shopping season, but how do you keep nosey kids or a significant other from discovering what you bought them?
I love DIY crafts, even though my craft skills resemble that of a 2nd grader. It's fun to get a group of gals together and chat while being productive. I've been following Alejandra and her organizational videos. When I saw this simple yet darling craft she made, I had to share. She mentions tie your gift cards to them so you're not just handing over an envelope. Genius!
Ken and I don't claim to be the best gift wrappers in the Northland, but we have my daughter Kylee with us, so bring your gifts to the Salvation Army Gift Wrapping Booth on Thursday, December 13 and let us wrap them! We'll be giving you the gift of time, while your donation will give gifts to needy families this Christmas. Hey, maybe YOU can wrap and would like to volunteer!
We've all heard the Twelve Days of Christmas song, many of us fond of the Muppets version of the familiar carol. If someone actually wanted to buy the whole list of items in the song, how much would it cost?
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