Our first idea is so easy I can even do it! :) Talk about a super cute and quick gift idea!
Super easy to make your own unique mixtures. You could even make layers if you wish. Doll up the tops with a pinking shear circle and a bow. This photo is from hoosierhomemade.com
During the winter, we all complain about cold feet. How many a warm and toasty pair of fleece slippers? What a fantastic way to use up those fleece scraps! Pattern is from prettyprudent.com
Below is the link for the pattern and flower
FLEECE SLIPPER TUTORIAL
I posted this idea last year, but it warrants repeating. Perfect for your teen's car. Add some tissues packets, gum and handing air fresheners to the pockets for a added treat. This car diddy bag is from sewcanshe.com
CAR DIDDY BAG TUTORIAL
Don't forget your holiday baking! I have two old fashion cookie recipes with a new twist. The first one is Soft Gingerbread Drop cookies with cream cheese frosting. Nothing says the holidays are here than the aroma of freshly baked gingerbread cookies! Thanks to Impeckable Eats for sharing.
The second recipe is always a staple for not only the holidays, but also year-around. While you might have a great sugar cookie recipe passed down from generation to generation, rolled out and crispy thin, this copycat for the moist Lofthouse cookie is going elevate your taste buds. For fun, try changing up the extract flavors for an added kick. This recipe is courtesy of wholefully.com
Now for a recipe for some comfort food. This Cheese Tortellini Pizza Casserole by Wonky Wonderful will make your tummy VERY happy!