It is not a secret I love to shop but at the same time enjoy creating “THE PERFECT GIFT”.
Something created from the heart, my inner creative self, with love , sentimental and most of all my very own two hands.
This year I found the perfect gift. This inexpensive cookie jar from Target. Target is my go to store for crafts, home décor. I am never disappointed to go there. Plus I get an additional 5% red card.http://www.target.com/p/anchor-heritage-glass-jar-1-gallon/-/A-15295209
I brought this glass jar over the summer just to store macaroons.
My husband recently had knee surgery and was not as mobile. This was a great way to store them on the counter and stay fresh.
Recently as look around for neighbors gift I had an haha moment.
WHAT IF I COMBINE………
THE COOKIE JAR AND GLASS CLING On with favorite quotes or tags…..
and there lies my inspiration.
THE PERFECT CHRISTMAS GIFTS.
ADD your favorite embellishements: ornaments, tassels, ribbons and email me your inspirations email@example.com
Recently read this article about “10 brilliant uses for corks.”
Chop them in a food processer and mix with your soil. It is great for house plant to keep them hydrated longer.
Buff stainless smudges, fingertips of your stainless steel appliance. Just dip in wine cork in olive oil dab at any smudges and buff away.
Safely store knives in a drawer by cutting a slit into the side of the cork and carefully slip it over the tip of the blade. It will act as a cushion and protect any cut from the sharp blade.
Soak a few wine corks in rubbing alcohol for about an hour , then place them under your fire logs and ignite. This will ensure a quick fire.
Make a whole in the cork, thread yarn through and use it to keep your cat entertain.
Wrap around your earplugs to prevent from tangling and jumbling.
If you have a wobbly table , just cut the cork the size you need and hot glue to the bottom or leg of the table.
If you have noisy cabinet doors just slice the cork in 1/8″ dimension and insert corners of cabinet doors. It will cushions door and silence all squeaky noise.
Use as recipe card holder. Slit the cork in the top and slide the recipe card into the opening.
Keeps your pins organize by creating a pincushion.
My sister, Chantal love wreaths!
This year as a Christmas gift I decided to make a number of wreaths for her for the holiday to decorate her house.
Also my nephew Pascal will be home from Germany for Christmas. This will be a great way to welcome him home.
“Creativity is always pass on.”
Do you have an old Christmas tree and wreath and not sure what to do with it.
Jazz it up.
Well all you need are fabrics and scissor—you will have a new tree/wreath.
- Cut fabric into 10 inch strip.
- Cut as many you will need.
- Just simply tie to the end of the tree or around wreath.
- Add lights and decorations.