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“Think outside the box (literally): Don’t skimp on the wrapping. I always keep a stash of pretty paper and boxes, beautiful ribbon and add-ons like vintage letters and postcards so my gifts are beautiful inside and out.”
Cover microwave popcorn package with paper to look like snowman, tie a knit glove (from the Dollar Spot at Target?) on top to look like a hat, and package two together (of course!) as a gift for a babysitter, neighborhood kids, etc.
Photo blocks, creative way to display photos. Use photos of the kids at holiday time, Halloween costumes, snow gear, red and white for valentines day, red white and blue for 4th, tinself of new years, first day of school, fall leaves, dressed in green for St Patricks. Oh the ideas!
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baby block, what a sweet little gift made with love. One side with name, date, lbs and inches. Then scrapbook paper