Top 5 Kitchen Gifts

Top 5 Kitchen Gifts

Top 5 Kitchen Gifts Time spent in the kitchen needs to be worthwhile and efficient. Nothing is more exhausting, while in the kitchen, than to find that your kitchen tools and supplies do not work the way you want to. With that in mind I have created a list of the Top 5 Kitchen Gifts to give this holiday season. Dice and Slice Chopper - This 3 in one handy chopper with slice, dice, and chop . It comes with 3 interchangeable blades (small dice, large dice and slicing blade). Over the Sink ...

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Top 5 Arts and Crafts Gifts for Kids

Top 5 Arts and Craft Gifts for Fids

Top 5 Arts and Crafts Gifts for Kids My children love arts and crafts and many times trying to find fun and unique things for them is a challenge. I have created a Top 5 Arts and Crafts Gifts for Kids list to highlight some new and fun ways for your kids to DIY. Each of these crafts are kid friendly and will make  you want to join in with them. Make Your Own Snow Globe - This is a project for both kids and  adults alike.  The Make Your Own Snow Glob kit comes with everything you need to make ...

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Top 5 Gifts for Teachers

Top 5 Gifts for Teachers

Top 5 Gifts For Teachers Our Top 5 list features fabulous gifts featured on One Kings Lane.  One Kings Lane does require membership and it is FREE and easy to sign up. Sign up today for a $15 credit for purchases of $30 or more. 1. Channel Throw in Mocha --This incredibly soft Channel Throw from Tourance is is soft it's almost decadent and makes a great gift for that special someone on your list. This throw provides warmth for those cold nights and creates a retreat that will swaddle the ...

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Alternative Gift Wrap Ideas

Gift Wrap Ideas

Alternative Gift Wrap Ideas I love gifts! Getting gifts, giving gifts, even wrapping gifts. I especially love to give a gift that has a little extra something, like really creative or special wrapping. There are lots of little special touches you can add to a gift to make it stand out. It can be something super simple that just takes a few minutes or maybe something that takes some time and effort. No matter what look you are going for, we have a holiday gift wrap idea for you! Here are 15 ...

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Ask Someone Who Believes In Creating Traditions

The Holidays are coming. This is a time to reflect on the last year. I have to say a lot has changed in our lives in the past year. We have added a new member to our family. We have made a lot of changes on the way we do things. We always try to teach our children about the meaning behind the Holiday which is a bit of a challenge since I am Jewish and my husband is Catholic. That being said this could be the most complicated time of the year but it isn't. We instead focus on  our family ...

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Holiday from the Heart: Chewy Candy Cane Chex Mix

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Well, our Holiday from the Heart posts are coming to a close. We truly hope you enjoy this next week with your family and friends! If you are still in need of last minute gift idea, take a look at this easy homemade gifts! Thanks to A Thrifty Mom for sharing her recipe for homemade Chewy Candy Cane Chex Mix! I know many of you have most of the ingredients on hand...especially the cereal! The great thing about this recipe is that it can be adapted to what you have on hand or your ...

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Just for the Joy of it: Symbols of Christmas

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I have shared with you all before that I want my boys to know the true meaning of holidays. I started on this mission last year. It is tradition in our family to have Christmas Eve at my house. We have my husband's brother and his family over for dinner and fun. I started a new tradition last Christmas Eve by reading a story about the symbols of Christmas  and their true meaning. I found this cute story with Santa explaining what the symbols meant and that we should teach the ...

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Holiday from the Heart: Renewing Glass Ornaments

Have you had the same Christmas ornaments for years and feel the need to renew them? I have had the same glass ball ornaments for many years. Some of my glass ornaments are starting to show their age with dull color. Instead of spending money on replacing my glass ornaments, I have revamped them with a little glitter and glue! This idea comes from Martha Stewart. It is a fun craft to do with your children too! My three year old helped me and they are by no means perfect. However, it gives my ...

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Holiday from the Heart: Toy Swap

Amee and I both belong to a local Mom's Club. One of the moms came up with a fabulous idea for her children's Christmas presents this year. This mom has organized a toy swap! So many people have little money to buy presents this year. Why not organize a toy swap? Young children do not know the difference between a new or used toy. Have each mom bring there unwanted, in good condition toys to a swap. Divide items into categories and then let everyone "shop"! My three year old will be getting a ...

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