Christmas Sundaes. Happy Tuesday, I am so excited to share this Christmas Sundae kit with you.
It is a great semi-homemade gift and one that everyone is sure to love. I was so excited when one of my favorite candy companies, SweetWorks, sent me some candy samples last month. I have been looking for some gifts to give to other families for Christmas and had seen different versions of an “ice cream party in a box” but it wasn’t until I opened the box from SweetWorks and saw the tiny red, green and white Christmas Mix Pearls that my brain immediately went to Christmas sundaes. I could just imagine how delighted my kids would be to make these at Christmas time.
The Christmas Sundaes Kit labels are available for FREE DOWNLOAD BY CLICKING HERE. Bowls and spoons for the kit are available here The inside personalized label can be found here To assemble, use a 9x12x4 white box. Vintage Ice Cream Gift with FREE Printables. Hello all!
Erin here from Strawberry Mommycakes. I have a really cute vintage ice cream gift idea and it comes with FREE printables. I love old fashioned ice cream parlors…and it’s a shame because they’re pretty much non-existent in the southwest. So I decided to improvise. I created a printable set that has a vintage feel and gathered up some of my favorite ice cream toppers for an adorable gift. What you will need to create this gift set: My FREE Vintage Ice Cream Printable Set (for personal use only)A planter tub (I got mine at Target for $14)Smuckers toppingsMaraschino Cherries (I used the target brand)Your favorite toppings (almonds, pecans, chocolate chips, m & m’s, etc)Ice cream cones5″ x 10″ cellophane bags (I get mine at Hobby Lobby.
Just print out the printables and start assembling! For other fun tutorials, recipes and projects, check out my blog: Erin is the owner and designer behind Strawberry Mommycakes. More by Erin » Erin Williams Join in! DIY Glitter Canvas Art. Welcome to the Crazy Christmas event!
If you’re new here you may want to subscribe or join us on facebook. Welcome Classy Clutter!! Hello, hello! We are Mallory and Savannah and we blog at Classy Clutter. We are so thrilled that Jamielyn asked us to participate in Crazy Christmas Crafters again this year. Today we’re super excited to share this simple, sparkly DIY Christmas art with you! A vinyl stencil – make your own or purchase one here. A canvas Elmer’s school glue or Mod Podge Glitter (we used Glitter Glass) First, you can use a Silhouette or cricut to cut the out a stencil for your lettering. Next, you will remove the letters from the vinyl stencil. Next, apply your stencil however you’d like to position it on the canvas. Next, take a small paint brush or your finger to apply the glue or Mod Podge to the canvas. Then, you’ll want to apply a generous amount of glitter to the glue while it’s tacky. Finally, remove your stencil by peeling the vinyl off of the canvas.
Spa In A Jar ~ Gifts In A Jar. Wipe Off Weekly Menu Board. I am a meal planner.
I refuse to go grocery shopping without my week’s worth of meals planned out and list made. (It’s either that or wander aimlessly around the grocery store for two hours and then make ten more trips back during the week to get things I forgot.) Once I get the groceries unloaded, I usually forget what I planned for, so I put together this super easy wipe-off menu board to keep track of what’s for dinner each night!
Wipe-Off Menu Board Tutorial Supplies: Picture frame with glass front (I love these 12×12 frames I found at Ben Franklin for only $7!) 1. 2. 3. 4. Now everyone in the family knows what’s for dinner each week! I decided my frame would look better black in my kitchen, so I spray painted it black. Little Birdie Secrets are regular contributors to Make and Takes and was born from the crafting obsession of three friends living in the Pacific Northwest.