Today we're featuring clever, elegant, and do-able ideas for the gifts you can make in batches and share with teachers, neighbors, colleagues, or anyone else you'd love to share some holiday cheer with!
A Note from Katrina
jar covers | materials journaling spots, stickers, cardboard elements, ribbon (Jillibean Soup) + mason jars, vanilla beans, bourbon
I love to bake, and love high quality vanilla extract. I found an easy recipe for diy extract online, and decided to make a few extra jars for gifts. So easy to embellish the jars with these goodies from Jillibean Soup!
A Note from Kim
To decorate them, I used a couple of scrap supplies, namely my square punch and a piece of chipboard, to create templates. I placed them on the cookies as I topped the cookies with either decorative sparkling sugar (before baking) or powdered sugar (after baking).
A Note from Beth
It’s always good to have small gifts/favors on hand this time of year. Here, I wrapped ribbon around a recycled water bottle and filled it with holiday m&m’s. Quick, easy and delicious!
A Note from Celeste
I had a few hundred of these #3 coin holders leftover from another project and I wanted to put them to use. I was pleased when I figured out that a gift card would fit inside the envelope. I decorated the fronts of the envelopes using supplies from Cosmo Cricket's Mitten Weather line and now I can just slip them into a holiday card for a customized handmade touch.