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23 Tricks To Take The Stress Out Of Wrapping Gifts

Cookies, candies or whatever else. Just plan some time in advance to let the pringles smell air out.

from Clean and Scentsible

Christmas Kitchen Ideas and Simmering Potpourri

Simmering Christmas potpourri recipe and cute gift idea with free printable tag. // cleanandscentsible.com

holiday photo checklist ... at such a busy time of the year .. this is something that i will be really grateful for when the time comes

from Apartment Therapy

Want, Need, Wear, Read — Limiting Gifts

Simplify gift giving at Christmas by giving each kid 1 thing they want, 1 thing they need, 1 thing to wear and 1 thing to read. Eliminates the excessive gifts!

from Powerful Mothering

10 Bonding Christmas Day Family Traditions

10 Bonding Christmas Day Family Traditions – Cozy Christmas Connections

from Crazy Little Projects

10 Family Christmas Tradition Ideas

10 Great Christmas Traditions for Families

from The Dating Divas

12 Days of Christmas Countdown for your Sweetheart

12 days of Christmas gift ideas for my husband done- gotta print these tags up to use asap. www.TheDatingDivas.com

from The 36th AVENUE

20 Wrapping Ideas

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from Happy Home Fairy

Simple Pleasures to Enjoy on Christmas Day

Christmas Morning Traditions: Love so many on this list!

Felt Christmas tree that your toddler can decorate over and over and leave the real one alone. Always important to give them an outlet for what their body and brains are supposed to do to avoid the things you don't want them to mess with! This could be done with other things as well. Great idea!

Christmas SOCKING @ Tasty Holiday Food Ideas …Yes, I know…..but, it seemed the best thing to "park" it here.

from Happy Home Fairy

A Christmas Gift Exchange Game!

Christmas GIFT EXCHANGE GAME- Someone reads the story included. Every time the word RIGHT is read, everybody passes his/her gift to the right. Every time the word LEFT is read, everybody passes his/her gift to the left. When the word ACROSS is read, pass the gift to the person across from you. The gift each person is holding when the story ends is the gift he/she keeps.