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Tuesday, December 28, 2010

This Year's Handmade Gifts:

Here are a few of the things that I made for Christmas gifts this year:

I made goldfish tank kits out of large apothecary jars.

I made a similar post a while back when I 
began some of these projects.

 Pancake mixes in drawstring bags were given with maple syrup.

 Oatmeal cookie mixes in drawstring bags.

Mini Bean Bags

Corn bag ice pack/heat packs.

Doll blankets and pillows.

Fleece throws.  

I ended up making six of them, they are so fun and easy to do.

Mary Englebright Panels: 


Lisa Ricard Claro said...

You are so talented! Those goldfish jars are a stroke of genius. And I've been meaning to tell you---the little mini drawstring bags you sent me way back when are perfect for holding recharging cords (cell phone, my new Kindle, iPod, etc.) and makes the cords easy to carry in my purse and easy to find in there, too. I used to hate carrying my phone charger because it tangled up; not now! You've made some lovely things!

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

Thank you, Lisa! I'm glad that you found a good use for them.

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

Lisa, btw, I loved it when you called me a genius! I was pretty impressed with myself on that one. I was going to make terrariums with those jars but ran out of time and motivation. I made 4 of them.

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