Happy Holidays, everyone! I’m Consie and I blog over at Atop Serenity Hill about face and body painting, cake decorating, photography and anything else that comes along on my creative journey. I am excited to be here today (thanks, Shannah!) to share my coffee filter Christmas tree garland with you!
Hi all! I’m Julie and I blog about kids, food, and life at Teaching Good Eaters. While most of my posts at my own blog are focused in getting kids to eat good food and bringing some peace to your mealtimes, my most popular blog post by far, was about making really easy and really inexpensive homemade gifts for kids.
Hi all! I’m Megan, from over at C’mon Get Crafty! It was so nice of Shannah to have me over in her little corner of the blogosphere today! I’d love to share with you today how to make an EASY PEASY Double Pocket Card, perfect for giving out gift cards and cash! No card-making skills required!
During the holiday season, I am always looking for gift ideas that are homemade and don’t cost a lot of money. With so many teachers and other people to give small gifts too, a homemade gift is a great option because it is thoughtful but easier to keep the costs under control. This year, I decided to try my hand at making dried fruit potpourri to give as gifts. [Read more...]
Hi Just Us Four readers, my name is Alanna and I blog at Alanna George | The Craft Nest. My website is a craft site for families and my posts center around kid’s craft ideas, sewing projects, handmade gifts and advent activities that are family friendly. I would love for you to stop by and visit my site. I have a lot going on my website this holiday season. Come for a visit and I am sure you can find something to create with your kids or a gift you can make for someone special!
I love to help my kids create handmade gifts to give at the holidays. This project is just right for the younger set and perfect to gift to an Aunt or Uncle. It’s simple and doesn’t take many supplies, plus it is cute enough to hang on the tree. I often see necklaces that feature peas in a pod that use the number of peas for how many children you have. I thought it would be fun to make a pea in a pod ornament like that too. So let’s get started!