Thursday, November 25, 2010
Whether you desire a traditional apron or a fun apron, like the Ho Ho Ho Santa and Reindeer one shown here, there is a Christmas apron available for you.
Personally, I like quite a few of the Ritz Christmas aprons but I also like the brand-new Jessie Steele Mrs. Santa Claus apron. I can see myself playing the elf with this apron on or serving cookies with the Mrs. Claus one.
How about you? Will you be wearing a Christmas apron this holiday season?
Check out my selection of the best Christmas aprons by clicking right here.
Click here to order this Ritz elf apron from Amazon. It's available for adults and for children.
Or here to order the Santa Claus and Reindeer apron.
Monday, November 22, 2010
Personally, I would love to own the Harry Potter ornament shown here, which depicts the HP for Harry Potter and the Golden Snitch.
If you would like to see the complete collection, you can check out all of the Harry Potter Polonaise ornaments that I could find on my new page, by clicking right here. And by all means if I've missed any, let me know!
Kurt Adler's Harry Potter Polonaise Christmas Ornaments
Monday, October 11, 2010
An inexpensive Christmas gift for friends and family that is always appreciated is to give Christmas ornaments that you've chosen especially for them. The Asian Fusion Sushi Platter Ornament would be the perfect gift for someone who really loves their Sushi and what a great keepsake it would make for someone you've spent time with eating or rolling Sushi.
The asian-inspired Sushi ornament will add a touch of the exotic to their Christmas tree this holiday season. Accented with iridescent glitter. Ornament reads, "THAT'S HOW I ROLL!" One-sided, flat back Dimensions: 3"H x 2.75"W x 0.25"D Material(s): resin/glitter Ornament comes ready-to-hang on a red ribbon.
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Introducing A Berry Sweet Bear Hallmark Ornament
Let me introduce you to Hallmark Keepsake's Berry Sweet Bear Christmas Ornament. This bear was created by Sue Tague and was part of Hallmark's 2010 Christmas ornament collection. This cute little guy was issued in two colors known as "Chocolate" and "Vanilla."
The Chocolate Berry Sweet Bear was a contest prize during the 2010 ornament launch. Apparently, every store received one of the brown-colored bears to give away as a prize. That makes this bear a hard-to-find and sought after collector's item with only approximately 3,500 of them having been produced and put into circulation.
Buy your Hallmark Keepsake Berry Sweet Bear ornament on eBay.
Hallmark's The Christmas Box Movie Review (Richard Thomas)
Hallmark's November Christmas Movie Review
Please note this article was written and originally appeared on another website in 2010.
Thursday, August 5, 2010
One of the best ways to collect and keep your favorite Holiday recipes is by using a family Holiday recipe binder.
Using a binder instead of a book allows you to organize your recipes any way you choose. Instead of the traditional, main course, side dish, dessert pattern, you can sort your recipes by way of the person who handed them down to you such as; Grandma Margie's Recipes, Aunt Betty's Holiday Dessert Recipes, or Dad's favorite Holiday grill recipes.
Of course you can use any binder to save yor recipes but to create something super special I suggest you purchase a custom personalized family recipe binder.
A personalized recipe binder full of your family's traditional favorites will quickly become an heirloom that everyone will treasure.
Create one for each member of the family. A binder full of your best Holiday recipes makes the perfect gift!
You'll find hundreds of truly affordable family Holiday recipe binders that you can easily personalize HERE.
Until next time,
Sunday, July 25, 2010
P.S. This Holiday stamp is my personal favorite!
Monday, July 5, 2010
- Make sure your card list and the addresses on it are up to date. If you don't already have a card list, now's the time to make one!
- Start thinking about Christmas gifts by looking in stores, mail order catalogs and/or online. I like shopping on Amazon.com because of their competitive prices and because they offer FREE shipping with orders of $25 or more. I find reaching that threshold is no problem when I am shopping for Christmas.
- Buy party goods, napkins and other disposables in advance from party suppliers and online merchants like Amazon. My family prefers cloth napkins because they are environmentally friendly and more economical in the long run. Now is a good time to buy reusable Christmas products, too and buying them in the summer might mean you snag a better deal on eBay.
- Take out your Christmas decorations and ornaments, sort them and give away any that you do not use. For my family, this last task constitutes the hardest real WORK on this page.
Order your copy of Simplify the Holidays.
Go shopping now on Amazon.
What you need is a plan and there are a number of ways to find a plan. For years, I have prepared for the holidays armed with a Christmas planner and I have found a couple of excellent planners for you that will not break your budget. As a matter of fact, it is hard to believe how inexpensive they are.
The first one is a ring-bound book called Simplify Your Holidays: A Christmas Planner to Use Year after Year by Marcia Ramsland. It is a 2008 book that has been reduced by more than 60 percent on Amazon meaning that you can buy it and use it to organize yourself for less than $10. That's pretty impressive and the contents of this book sound impressive, too. It is packed with information to help you with all of your holiday planning including gift buying, wrapping and mailing; organizing your Christmas cards; planning your home decorations; and preparing for holiday baking and meals. It promises to break the tasks down into pieces so you can work at them over time.
The book that I own is a slightly older one from Reader's Digest that was written by Allana Baroni and Voclo Webster. The tagline on this book is "How To Enjoy the Season Without Stress." It is a book from the Simpler Life series and promises to help with the same areas as the first book. It is packed with text including tips, hints and lists. However, Simplify the Holidays is even less expensive than the first book and retails from Amazon sellers for as little as $2 plus shipping.
Of course you are bound to find lots of tips and tricks for organizing for Christmas as we build this blog so be sure to bookmark it and come back again and again. However, if you want to get started organizing for Christmas 2010 now, you might want to consider order one of these Christmas planners that you will have and use forever.
Here's to a joyful and stress-free Christmas!
Buy Simplify Your Holidays: A Christmas Planner to Use Year after Year.
Buy Simplify the Holidays from Amazon.
See Amazon's complete line of Christmas planners.
Friday, July 2, 2010
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