You are excited to go to the first holiday party of the season. Your dress fits, without wearing your too-tight Spanx. Check. Your husband is dressed and looking suave. Check. The baby-sitter arrived on time and has the kids under control. Check. You grab your purse, coat and hostess gift. Uh-oh. Seriously. Can I ever be on time? Just once. They say it’s proper etiquette to bring a hostess gift… who are “they” anyway? Yes, it is polite to show your appreciation when invited
My husband & I like to leave sweet notes or draw funny pictures on our daughters' bathroom mirror so that when they wake up in the morning, they have something that starts their day with a smile. As much as they roll their eyes and act like they don't care, we know they enjoy the notes and get the effort & love put into it. They, too, leave us notes on our mirror (albeit with my $20 MAC lipstick and not the EXPO marker laying right there... omg. ) Moral of the story? The lit
DIY Easy-To-Make Door Wreath This is a simple do-it-yourself project that anyone in your household, classroom or family can make from toddlers to teens to grandparents. This wreath makes a great teacher's gift, grandparent gift or hostess gift. Honestly, I look forward to making one for myself. SUPPLIES: Scraps of fabric cut in 6-7” strips; ribbon; and a wire hanger.
DIRECTIONS: Carefully unfold the wire hanger and twist it into a circle shape. Begin tying the scraps of fa