Christmas is such a wonderfully festive time! Certainly not a time to be stressed out. I know it may seem like there’s a lot to do – dinners, holiday parties, gifts for family, friends, co-workers, prepping the home, decorating etc.
But just remember that those things should be FUN, no one is (I hope) forcing you to do any of it. It’s up to you to choose what to partake in. Now, if you do choose to participate and plan on gifting to large crowds, let me make your life easier by introducing 2 words – GIFT BASKETS.
I never realized how easy, effective, and cheap these can be. Read more
Beauty in the most unexpected places brings a smile to your face. If you use binder clips, whether at the office or at home, decorate them with Wahi Tape for a fun pop of colour that is sure to brighten your notes!
Here’s what you need to know:Washi Tape is the best and with it you can craft anything!!! Thanks to the magic of twitter Prairie Charms reached out to me to participate in their blogger challenge, and I am so happy to do so! Just so you know the Washi Tape came in beautiful packaging, but I was far too eager to open the package to take any pictures of it, so you’ll just have to trust me on that – it was fab! And on another beautiful note Prairie Charms strives to make a difference by donating 25% of profits to Make-A-Wish, and you know how much I love companies that do good, which made me even more excited to participate in this challenge! I know you must already be falling in love with Prairie Charms, especially if you’ve checked their website. Now, before you get too worried thinking that Prairie Charms is located in the U.K. and there must be no way for you to get your hands on it (like I did) – worry not! They ship internationally, and their prices are great. Read more
It’s nearly the end of the year, and aside from gift-buying this is also the time we all turn into Martha Stewart and begin to bake cookies, and create Pinterest worthy crafts. Anything homemade takes time to make and create and therefore is special. I truly think that it’s much easier to go out and buy something semi-generic than it is to find time to sit down and put thought into creating something unique -whether for yourself or a gift for someone else. Needless to say the opportunity cost of your time may be high, but the materials necessary to create your beautiful projects can also add up. So I’d like to share a few quick tips on how to create sentimental gifts and thingamajigs while remaining within your budget. Read more