Nicole Alderman wrote:Oh man, I haven't even thought of it yet! I'll probably make my brother's kids some more needle felted critters for their dollhouse--maybe even make them a doll version of themselves and of my kids.
Every year, I make my Grandma a calendar, so that's easy!
I've no idea what to make my kids, though I have a feeling my husband will want to buy them a bunch of hot wheels, as that's his passion and they love them too.
I've been wanting to needle-felt a small version of my husband's dog who passed away a a few years ago. Hopefully I'll have time for that!
My mother-in-law requested more fairies and dragons, so I'll probably do that for her.
And now I have WAY too much stuff to make and need to get started like 8 months ago!
Jen Fulkerson wrote:I have everything I need to make rice bags(sew a tube put rice in sew a pocked, more rice ect. make a flannel cover. Can be kept in the freezer like an ice pack, or warmed in the microwave as a hot pack)
James Freyr wrote:I made my wife a birdhouse from cedar for her birthday a few weeks ago. I'll probably do something similar for christmas, maybe make an owl or bat house, something a little less common. We just exchange a gift or two to each other nowadays and do christmas cards for siblings and in-laws.
Ruth Meyers wrote:Elle,
Your packaging is very nice. Looks yummy too.
I rely on my pantry full of blackberry cordial. People at work are already talking about it.
I still scrounge bottles from the recycling bin, so my containers vary wildly.
Would you be willing to share your recipe for zucchini relish? The ones I've found online don't seem just right. I've got shredded zucchini in the freezer waiting for me to do something with it.
My oldest daughter's in-laws send a mountain of gifts for the grands. I spend the holiday helping them set up the creche, decorating the house and tree, helping set a lovely table, singing and playing games. Memory-makers. I have the better part, I think.