I had fun the other day putting together these adorable little embellished Valentine gift tags.
I couldn’t resist the heart washi tape, stickers, and cute gift tags one day while at the craft store. A few of them just had to come home with me so I could have a little fun.
Then I went to Target and found some stickers in the Dollar Spot that I knew would pair perfectly with the gift tags.
So one day while the girls were working on a craft project of their own I joined them at the table and withing a few minutes I had created this set of fun Valentine gift tags.
I don’t know about you but that’s my kind of time frame for a project. That’s all I’ve got around here! Wouldn’t they look adorable tied to a bouquet of roses for a significant other, around a stuffed animal for your special someone, or as the final touch for a candy bag?
These are simple to recreate with fun stickers and your own gift tags or you can purchase this set for yourself using the PayPal link below.
Shopping for Christmas gifts can get expensive. Especially when you factor in all the friends from your social groups, teachers, and everyone else you want to get a small happy for. It’s just not reasonable to spend lots of money on each person so many times an inexpensive random gift is chosen and we hope the recipient appreciates us thinking of them.
But did we really just give them? Was it some inexpensive candle filled with chemicals, a thrifty dollar store find that may have been assembled in another country by underage/underpaid workers, or a box of candy made with artificial colors and food? Why not make your own gifts with natural AND inexpensive products that your friends/family will use and benefit from?
November 19 I am hosting an Easy DIY Christmas Gifts Facebook Event that you can join in from the comfort of your own home. Simply click the link above to RSVP and to ensure that you receive the notifications for the class. Log in at 8:00 p.m cst to join in on the fun.
You are going to love the gift ideas that my friends and I have come up with. Some are for eating, others for soaking, and some just for enjoying. Noah and Esther even helped make some. They love knowing they made the gift that they get to give to the special people in their life. Plus, as an added bonus we are making special memories as we made each of these gifts.
What are your favorite handmade gifts to make each year? One of my all time favorites is Peppermint Bark.
As I write this today I can already see the leaves changing outside my window. This is a sign that some of the prettiest weeks of the year (to me) are just around the corner. It’s also a sign that it’s time to support the respiratory system. Use this simple trio of essential oils to maintain your respiratory health and breathe easy during the next few weeks as everything else around you begins to change.
Seasonal Respiratory Support (Roll-On)
Young Living Lemon Essential Oil (EO) – $0.04 a drop for members
Young Living Lavender EO – $0.07 a drop for members
Young LivingPeppermint EO – $0.07 a drop for members
Add equal parts of each oil and one part grapeseed oil to a roll-on bottle or empty oil bottle. Daily uses of this blend applied to the bottoms of feet or back of neck helps to support your respiratory system.
Seasonal Respiratory Support Trio (Diffuser Blend)
3 drops Lemon Essential Oil (EO)
3 drops Lavender EO
3 drops Peppermint EO
Add the drops to your diffuser and fill with water. This trio can also be used anytime you want to support your respiratory system.
Peppermint, lemon and lavender are cleansing oils, so diffusing these oils in your home on a regular basis will help support your respiratory system. Lavender and Lemon are calming, cleansing, and support the body’s natural response to inflammation. Peppermint helps to support healthy sinuses and nasal passages and may offer relief from the occasional headache.
Don’t wait around… be proactive and support your respiratory system before you find yourself in misery. Nobody wants that.