If you're like me, you put off shopping for food for Christmas Dinner until the last minute.
In order to help make the process easier, I created the categorized shopping list on the left for myself (while procrastinating going to the store) and thought I would share it with you. You can download the black and white or the color version below.
My sister started a Crafty Christmas Swap over on her blog where a bunch of us random crafters signed up to make and then send ornaments to each other. I had a lot of ideas involving Shrinky-Dinks and some sort of printable. The joy ornament shown below is what I ended up going with. In the process, I created a few printables that didn't work as ornaments, but would work as something else. Please note all of my free printables are for personal use only.
I created the Christmas printables above for a 2" circle punch. I was going to put them on either side of a flat round glass ornament I had filled with epsom salt (to look like snow), but when shrunk, the designs ended up as the size of a nickel. A nickel was just too small for the ornament. However, these designs would work great printed on card stock as tags for presents to neighbors and friends.
P.S. I participated in this craft swap with 4 other crafters.
I'll come back and add to this post with photos of their ornaments as I get the goodies in the mail.
Book Exchange Letter
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