Have I mentioned how much I love a homemade Christmas? In all honestly as a child I had my list of gifts I wanted and would pass them out to relatives. There were few handmade things on the list. But now as an adult I fully realize that I have everything I need and love to see what my family and friends have made. I also love making things for my family and picking out just the right project. This year was a little more difficult since I was honestly absorbed in other things until early December, but it is a great way to get in the Christmas mood.
Here are some of the projects we worked on. For my dad tinidazole (tindamax) over the counter, tinidazole cream over the counter for my sister and a mini quilt for my mom. I purchased the kit at out local metronidazole or tinidazole over the counter. The clogs and coasters I had made before and got requests for more. That is always fun.
For the girls I made doll slings so they can carry their babies just like I carry mine. The pattern is from is tinidazole sold over the counter by over the counter tinidazole tablets. The scarves are from one of my aunts who always has the coolest handmade gifts. Thanks Auntie Janice. Auntie Patty also has great gifts and I love her food gifts. For the men in my family they all got my smokehouse almonds from is tinidazole available over the counter and the ladies got some scented epsom salts. I discovered the wonders of epsom salts while recovering from Pray’s birth this year and found a super easy recipe if you want to try it here it is.
Scented Epsom Salts
1 cup epsom salts for every 1 tsp of essential oil.
Stir, stir, stir.
Super easy huh? I made a batch of lavender and a batch of grapefruit/tangerine.
But still the best gift of all according to the children is also coincidentally homemade.
According to Avril baby Pray Grant is “so much better then a baby doll!” But daddy told them not to try and put him in their slings. Hope you had a great Christmas.