Bath Time in a Jar ~ Fill a large glass jar with cute baby washcloths, onesies, travel size baby wash, shampoo, lotion, powder, Q-tips, & rash cream. A gift card would add a nice touch too. Glue a rubber ducky to lid and add polka dot ribbon around jar. Print color-coordinated tag for front of jar. Great baby shower gift.
Love Blocks - 3, 4 or 6 blocks (depending on word). 3.5" blocks. 3 coordinating scrapbook papers to match theme (more to cover top and bottoms of block). Decoupage Glue – ModPodge’s Matte Glue is my favorite. Printer-black ink works best for printing letters. Scissors, Foam Brush, Sandpaper, Sanding Block (Not really needed, but it goes a long way to saving your hands during the sanding process!). Distress Ink or Chalk, Finishing Spray, 9, 12 or 18 pictures formatted to fit your blocks.
Day 3 of 25days of xmas DIY Snowman Jars For Christmas Gifts Snowman made from a baby food jar. The top jar is filled with marshmallows. The middle jar is filled with hot chocolate mix. The bottom jar is filled with mints-- I need to remember this for Christmas gifts! :)
I am a nurse and one of my patients in the hospital had this basketo of candy and treats in their room with a poem attached to it they received as a gift from friends. They called it "Nurse Bait"! The poem was too cute not to share and the nursing staff greatly appreciated it also. This is a good idea for a gift for anyone who is stuck in the hospital. You can read and copy the poem to attach to your basket of sweets to share with the patient and staff caring for them!