My personal shopper (husband) got a great deal on board games this year. They were $3 a piece at Toys R Us with a $2 rebate. So for a dollar I got a new supply of Candyland cards to use for gift tags. (interested? See my ETSY shop:http://www.etsy.com/shop/pjjunker). I like to use the game boards for clipboard and book covers, too. So with the tags as my inspiration, I found gift paper (Target) that I thought looked like the game and even used a couple of the boxes for gifts to tie together the whole look. And no, we don't have anyone named Lolly at our house. I make up a code every year to keep the snoopy kids guessing on which gift is theirs! Merry Christmas!
Friday, December 17, 2010
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
The Christmas trees
start at our front door with a tree full of baskets
filled with gifts and berries and adorable little signs.
Inside, I have Christmas trees in cookie jars (from a casino in Vegas)
and one in a bait bucket that I added some distressed letters to.
There are a couple trees in the entryway, too along with our traditional