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take a photograph of each person you're giving a gift to and attach it to their present with photo corners. I did something like this a couple of years ago - picked a picture of each family member, printed out some labels with the pictures, and attached the labels to the presents. Then it was super easy for my then pre-reading son to distribute gifts on Christmas morning!

Salt dough ornaments 4 cups flour, 1cup salt,1.5 cups water mix together adding more flour and water in small amounts until right consistency not sticky but not too dry. Roll out dough have kids put hand prints in dough, then cut out into circle. Leave hole for string bake for 20 min at 350F. Paint to decorate. Can add food coloring for colored dough.

End of year Teacher gift....Tea Dispenser.Fill it with sunscreen, beach towel, SPF lip balm, Crystal Light Mix, Magazine..Too cute!

All you need is an empty Kleenex box. Oh, and cash. Dollar bills. Tape the dollar bills together end to end with Scotch tape. Obviously the more dollar bills the greater the “WOW.” Stuff them in the Kleenex box with just one dollar sticking out of the box. It’s fun to watch someone’s eyes grow wider as they pull out the dollars that go on and on. Make a tag that says: Don’t blow it all in one place. Happy Birthday...

crockpot soap recipe as well as other frugal, homemade Christmas gift ideas

Make your own cookbook with Blurb - add your own family photos and recipes. Perfect Christmas gift!