DIY Christmas Gift Packaging For Cookies. I'm going to have to steal this idea. They use muffin cups to separate cookies.

DIY Christmas Gift Packaging For Cookies. I'm going to have to steal this idea. They use muffin cups to separate cookies.

Post-It Present ~ What you need: clear frames (Dollar Tree for...$1.00); post-it's (generic pack at Wal-Mart for $1.74) scrapbook paper/embellishments ~ Cut scrapbook paper to fit frame, stick post-its on the front, and attach ribbon or embellishment. Done. :)

Post-It Present ~ What you need: clear frames (Dollar Tree for...$1.00); post-it's (generic pack at Wal-Mart for $1.74) scrapbook paper/embellishments ~ Cut scrapbook paper to fit frame, stick post-its on the front, and attach ribbon or embellishment. Done. :)

diy scented jelly jars. These worked pretty well. We thought about making them as gifts, but they are prone to mold, so they wanna get made and used right away. ***NOTE use distilled water; can add a tablespoon or two of vodka instead of salt to stave off mold. May also want to consider a few drops of tea tree oil (which is naturally antimicrobial)

diy scented jelly jars. These worked pretty well. We thought about making them as gifts, but they are prone to mold, so they wanna get made and used right away. ***NOTE use distilled water; can add a tablespoon or two of vodka instead of salt to stave off mold. May also want to consider a few drops of tea tree oil (which is naturally antimicrobial)

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