Creative Christmas Gift Wrap

*This is a sponsored post on behalf of Lowe’s.

For the Lowes Creator challenge for the month of December we had a few different guidelines challenges to choose from.  I chose to come up with some creative gift wrapping.

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This is another one of those projects that I used a paint drop cloth for.  You can find them at Lowes in the paint aisle.  I have used a drop cloth for several other past Idea Room projects:

Thanksgiving Table Linens

Monogrammed Table Runner

Thanksgiving Hostess Gift

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I made the bag by cutting out 2 pieces of the canvas drop cloth that measured 8 x 13 inches.  You can really make this any size you wish depending on what you want to use the gift bag for.  This particular gift bag I am using as some Christmas Decorations in my Christmas Vintage Crate.

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Then I simply sewed the two pieces of canvas together starting at the top of one side and down around the bottom and then up the other side with a 1/4 inch seam.  Be sure to backstitch and reinforce each of the top and bottom sides and on the corners of your gift bag.

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Then I turned the bag right side out.  I sewed a hem on the top of the bag folding over the material once and then once again and sewed it with a 1/4 inch seam.  This gives you a nice clean finish to your bag.

Take some painters tape (I used Scotch’s 3M Blue Painters Tape) and tape off some lines for where you want to have your “grain sack lines”.  Stencil your red paint onto the canvas bag.  You can slide a piece of cardboard into the sack to prevent the paint from bleeding through the bag.

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Then I cut out the word JOY in some vinyl to stencil the word onto the bags.  You can use a simple stamp dipped into a little paint if you are unable to cut out the vinyl…or you can make a stencil the old fashioned way using some cardstock, your printer and an exacto knife.

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I also wrapped up some gift boxes using the canvas drop cloth the same way you would wrap a regular present.  Then I simply secured the ends with some safety pins and a few straight pins on the ends of the present and a small straight pin on the back of the present.

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Then wrap up your creative Christmas gift bags and give them away or use them in your Holiday Décor.   Don’t they make a fun and pretty gift to give to friends and family?  Cheaper than your Holiday Gift Wrap!

These Christmas Gift Bags of mine were picked by Lowe’s to be featured in the online December 2013 edition of Lowes Creative Ideas using the iPhone or iPad app! You might also want to sign up for Lowe’s Creative Ideas Magazine. It’s FREE and offers a bunch of DIY inspiration. Go ahead and connect with Lowes Creative Ideas to find a lot more fun and creative ideas.

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*Disclosure: This is a sponsored post.  Lowe’s provided me with a gift card to showcase a project this month as part of their Lowe’s Creative Ideas Bloggers team.  However all opinions and statements are mine.

Cinnamon Vanilla Sugar Scrub

You guys know I love me a good sugar scrub.  I love to play around with some of the different DoTerra Essential Oils I have and make sugar scrubs that smell delicious but also provide the benefits of the various oils.

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I personally love the scent of Cinnamon AND the scent of Vanilla.  They remind me of the holidays and winter time.  So I decided to make a Cinnamon Vanilla Sugar Scrub…and let me tell you…this one smells so good!  I think it is now my favorite so far.

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Isn’t she pretty to look at too?  I love the texture of this one.  This sugar scrub is a little bit different than my other ones because I added some Raw Cane Sugar.  This sugar has a larger granule and I love the feeling and the exfoliation it along with the smaller granules of the white sugar.

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Here is the recipe:

Cinnamon Vanilla Sugar Scrub

1/2 cup White Sugar

1/2 cup Raw Cane Sugar (baking aisle)

up to 1/4 cup oil (Olive Oil, Almond Oil, or Coconut Oil)

1/2 tsp. Vanilla Extract or Essential Oil

2-3 drops of Cinnamon Essential Oil (I love DoTerra’s)

dash of cinnamon (optional)

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Simply mix all the sugars and the vanilla and the essential oils.  Then gradually add the oil base mixing while pouring.  Add the oil until you are happy with the texture and consistency of the scrub.  I like mine a little on the non-oily side.  But it is just a matter of preference really.

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To use, simply gather a small amount in your fingertips or with a small spoon.  Rub together in your hands and scrub your skin with it.  Rinse off with warm water.  This will leave your skin feeling so silky soft and smelling like cinnamon and vanilla.

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Gift it this year to your family and friends.  They will love it!  Or gift it to yourself!

And of course…I am sharing the Cinnamon Vanilla Sugar Scrub Labels so that you can download them and fancy up your gift jars!

To download the Cinnamon Vanilla Sugar Scrub Labels click here:

{Cinnamon Vanilla Sugar Scrub Labels}

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You can buy your favorite high quality/food grade Essential Oils from my favorite DoTerra Rep here: DoTerra’s Essential Oils

Julie Crowell is so helpful and is happy to answer any questions you may have.  Her contact information is on her site or you can email her at [email protected]  Tell her Amy sent you!

Other Idea Room Sugar Scrubs/Bath Salts you might be interested in checking out:

Frankincense Sugar Scrub

Myrrh Bath Salts

Homemade Bath Salts Recipe

Chocolate Sugar Scrub

Cinnamon Vanilla Sugar Scrub

Coconut Lime Sugar Scrub

Peppermint Sugar Foot Scrub

Candy Cane Sugar Scrub

Pumpkin Spice Sugar Scrub

Lemon Sugar Scrub

Brown Sugar Scrub

Citrus Bliss Sugar Scrub Cubes

Thanksgiving Hostess Gift

Are you hosting Thanksgiving this year?  If not, I have a simple and easy Thanksgiving Hostess Gift for you.  This is definitely not a NEW idea…but simply a twist on an old standby gift…but in a pretty package.

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Now, I am personally not a drinker…but we do like a good sparkling cider drink.  Either way, you can wrap up the bottled beverage of your choice and gift it to your Thanksgiving Hostess.

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This wine bottle gift bag could NOT be any simpler to make.  As I have shared with you before…I am not the best seamstress in the world.  But…I can sew a straight line.  If you can sew a straight line…or if you are willing to learn how to sew a straight line, this is a project you CAN do!

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I took a canvas paint drop cloth (weird…I know)…but I had some left over from these earlier projects…Thanksgiving Table Linens, Monogrammed Table Runner and an upcoming project for Lowe’s (which I can’t post just yet).  Canvas Drop Cloths are really inexpensive too…or you can pick up some linen (or the fabric of your choice) at your local fabric store.

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Monogrammed Wine Gift Bag Instructions:

1.  Cut a piece of fabric that measures 12.5 inches (for the bottle height) x 11 inches (for the bottle width).

*If your bottle is wider than normal you will need to add some inches to the width.

2.  Fold the material in half with the wrong side of the fabric out.

3.  Sew 1/4 inch seam along the bottom and the side of the bag.  Be sure to backstitch at each end and the corner to reinforce the seams.

4.  Turn the bag inside out.  Fold down the top of the bag 1/4 inch and pin so that the raw edge is inside the top of the bag.

5.  Sew along the folded edge around the entire top of the bag.  This will give you a nice finished edge.

*If you want it extra nice…roll the edge twice and iron before sewing.

6.  Iron the bag…which of course I clearly did not do…

7.  Print out a Monogram Letter of your choice.  To access the free Monogram Letters click the link below:

*If you are not a fan of The Idea Room on Facebook, you will need to click like first and become a fan. After you become a fan you will need to click on “Get your free gift” in the upper right hand corner of the Idea Room FB page and then click on “Previous Downloads”.

{Monogrammed Bottle Gift Bag Letters}

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8.  Cut out the stencil.  If you want a black circle like I have (or another color) you will need to cut out the black area.  Tape your stencil in place.  Stencil your black paint onto the bag.  I stenciled mine about 4-5 inches from the bottom of the bag.

OR…use the stencil with some tracing paper to trace it onto the bag and then hand paint the monogram onto the bottle gift bag.

*Try measuring where you want the stencil by putting the bottle in the bag first to see where it will fall.

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Now you have a beautiful gift bag for your Thanksgiving gift.

And…I am also sharing these Thanksgiving Gift Tags.  Simply print them out and add a little bit of glitter to the wreath.  You can also use these gift tags with ANY Thanksgiving Gift you might be giving out this Thanksgiving!

12 Free Thanksgiving Printables {Thanksgiving Hostess Gift}

*Update 11.7.13–Here is the link for the Hand Stamped Wooden Utensils Tutorial.

It is time once again for our monthly Printable Blog Hop!  This time the focus was on Free Thanksgiving Printables.  If you are just joining us, every month myself and 11 other bloggers share a free themed printable.  To see what we shared before, just scroll to the bottom of this post for links to our other printables.

Want to see what we are sharing this month?

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Pretty fun right?!  Lots of really great Thanksgiving Printables!

This month I decided to make some Thanksgiving Labels.  Simply print these out and attach them to any gift you might be giving this year.  Or print them out and use them along with this really fun Thanksgiving Hostess gift!

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I think these hand stamped wooden spoons make a great Hostess gift.  The best part is that they are SUPER easy and inexpensive to make!  I think these would also make a fun Christmas gift for a girlfriend or sister!

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Come back later and I will be sharing the tutorial for how I made these so that you can make some too!  But go ahead and print out these Happy Thanksgiving Labels or pin them for later!

*Update 11.7.13–Here is the link for the Hand Stamped Wooden Utensils Tutorial.

To download click the link below:

{Thanksgiving Labels}

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To see what the other bloggers are sharing and to get their free downloads…click on their links below!

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#1) {The Dating Divas} – Give your hubby this cute, personalized candy bar wrapper to show your gratitude for him!
#2) {Somewhat Simple} – Count Your Blessings Tree | Includes everything you need to create a beautiful display of all the things you’re grateful for.
#3) {Whipperberry} – Printable bread wrapper to show your friends and family how grateful you are for them.
#4) {Crafting Chicks} – Thanksgiving planning pages to create the best, most organized and most purposeful Thanksgiving yet!
#5) {Tatertots & Jello} – Thanksgiving centerpiece idea and activity.
#6) {L’il Luna} – Free Thanksgiving Coloring Pages perfect for the kids while the adults are busy cooking!
#7) {My Sister’s Suitcase} – Keep the kids busy coloring this Printable Thanksgiving Placemat – full of games, jokes, and puzzles!
#8) {I Heart Nap Time} – Give Thanksgiving leftovers the respect they deserve with these easy to use ‘leftovers’ printables!
#9) {The 36th Avenue} – Timeless “Bee” Thankful Printable and Thankful Tags. Available in two colors.
#10) {Paging Supermom} – “Thankful for Everything” chocolate wrapper coordinates with a collection of FREE Thanksgiving dinner decor!
#11) {The TomKat Studio} – Give thanks with these stylish notecards and gift tags!
#12) {The Idea Room} – Printable Happy Thanksgiving Gift Tags for Thanksgiving or Hostess Gifts.

If you missed our past Printable Blog Hops, you can check out our past Printable Blog Hops below:

12 Free Halloween Printables {Monster Mints}

12 FREE Fall Printables {Caramel Apple Gift Kit}

12 FREE Spring Themed Printables {Homemade Lemonade Gift Kit}

12 FREE Cinco de Mayo Printables

12 FREE 4th of July Themed Printables

12 FREE Summer Printables

12 FREE Back-to-School Themed Printables {Homework Notepad}


Halloween Gift–Germ Slayer Hand Sanitizer

Do you ever get tired of all the sweets and goodies around the holidays? I know I do! Even though I am guilty of sharing several goodies and treats here for the holidays, we try to be really careful with how much junk my kids eat. It can be difficult since it is everywhere now-a-days. Now, I am not saying my kids don’t eat junk food, because they do…they are kids! But we are trying to teach them moderation and the benefits of eating healthy.

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So I challenged myself to come up with a Halloween Gift Idea that was non-candy or sugar related. I came up with a really easy gift that would be perfect for a teacher or a child old enough to use Hand Sanitizer safely. I also LOVE that this is perfect for the beginning of the Cold/Flu Season.

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These are so simple to make. I have two different sizes that should fit most of the regular sized bottles of Hand Sanitizer and the mini Hand Sanitizers.

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To make the Germ Slayer Hand Sanitizers, simply follow these steps.

Step 1: Remove the labels from your Hand Sanitizer Bottles. You may need to use some Goo Gone Label remover or soak them in hot, soapy water to get the sticky residue off.

Step 2: Print out the labels on regular white cardstock. Use a Laser Printer for best results and so that the color ink will not run when it gets wet. You can download them here:

{Germ Slayer Hand Sanitizer Labels}

*If you are not a fan of The Idea Room on Facebook, you will need to click like first and become a fan. After you become a fan you will need to click on “Get your free gift” in the upper right hand corner of the Idea Room FB page and then click on “Previous Downloads”.

Step 3: Cut out the label and then glue them onto the bottle(s). I simply use a glue stick and it works great.

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These would be fun to give out as a party favor or give to your little “ghouls” and “goblins” to keep the germs away this Holiday Season!

If you worry about giving this out to small children, be sure to give it to those who are old enough or use a bottle of hand soap instead of hand sanitizer.

What do you think? Do you prefer non-candy gift ideas for Halloween and Christmas?

Caramel Apples Gift Kit–12 Fall Printables

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It’s time again for another monthly Printable Blog Hop. If you are new here, every month 11 other bloggers and I join together to bring you a 12 themed FREE Printables for your use. This months theme is Fall. I LOVE everything about Fall. One thing that screams Fall to me are Caramel Apples. We like to try and make them at least once each fall and it has become a fun family tradition. I thought it would be fun to make a Caramel Apples Gift Kit so that we could share the love with other families. Don’t you think that would be a fun gift to get? It has almost all the supplies needed to make some Caramel Apples including some fun toppings and the homemade Caramel Recipe, which is super delicious and not that difficult to make.

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I simply took a white gift bag and filled it with 8-10 apples…I used 4 Fuji and 4 Granny Smith (some of my family are fans of the tart apples and some prefer the sweeter). Just use your favorite variety of apples in your Caramel Apples Gift Kit. Then I filled the bag with some fun toppings. Toppings could include crushed Oreos, Chocolate Chips, M&M’s, Nuts, etc. Then be sure to include some sticks. I used some longer sucker sticks, but you could also use wooden popsicle or craft sticks. The other ingredients are things that most households might already have on hand so you can include those at your own discretion.

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It really is that simple. Then simply print out the FREE printables I have provided for you.

To download the Caramel Apples Gift Kit, click here:

{Caramel Apples Gift Kit}

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Interested in seeing what the other gals are sharing this month? You can check their sites and their free printables out below! Happy Fall Y’all!

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#1) {The Dating Divas} – Make your man feel loved this fall by decorating the bedroom with all the reasons why you ‘fall’ for him!

#2) {Somewhat Simple} – This 8×10 paint-by-number-style deer art print is perfect for adding just a simple touch of autumn to your decor.

#3) {Whipperberry} – A stylish apple printable for your fall decor!

#4) {Crafting Chicks} – Fall Fun Charts–keep track of all your favorite fun activities you want to do this fall (like a summer fun chart) and check them off when you’re done!

#5) {Tatertots & Jello} – Adorable Fall Scrolly Cake or Pie Topper Printables. Plus the recipe for Pumpkin Pie with Macadamia Nut Streusel topping.

#6) {L’il Luna} – A super cute and easy Fall Cookies in a Jar gift with free tag/recipe!

#7) {My Sister’s Suitcase} – Printable Tags/Wraps for giving yummy fall treats and breads as gifts!

#8) {I Heart Nap Time} – An adorable gift tag perfect for any gift giving this fall season!

#9) {The 36th Avenue} – Pumpkin Cookie Recipe and Free Printables. A super cute little gift!

#10) {Paging Supermom} – This series of mod Apple Prints is perfect for your fall mantle or frame and give to a teacher or neighbor.

#11) {The TomKat Studio} – A free printable fall art print perfect for framing!

#12) {The Idea Room} – Caramel Apples Gift Kits are a fun and festive gift for friends, family and/or teachers this fall.

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If you missed our past Printable Blog Hops, you can check out our past Printable Blog Hops below:

12 FREE Spring Themed Printables {Homemade Lemonade Gift Kit}

12 FREE Cinco de Mayo Printables

12 FREE 4th of July Themed Printables

12 FREE Summer Printables

12 FREE Back-to-School Themed Printables {Homework Notepad}

Brown Sugar Scrub

Are you guys ready for another Sugar Scrub? There is just something about the Summer Season right upon us that has me craving a good scrub.  This Brown Sugar Scrub is actually a reposting of one of my very first Sugar Scrubs when I first started blogging.

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My photo skills have come a long way since then.  And I have been dying to make this scrub again and take better photos.  I finally got around to doing it.

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This recipe is really simple and I have found that my very favorite oil to use for scrubs is coconut oil.  I did not know about coconut oil 3 years ago so I have made the change in the old recipe.

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Brown Sugar Scrub:

1 cup Brown Sugar

1/4 cup Coconut Oil (melted)

Directions:

1.  Mix together until thoroughly incorporated.

2.  Store in an air tight container.

3.  Good for up to 3 months.

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You will thank me for you smooth, soft skin! Bring on summer!

To download the Coconut Lime Sugar Scrub Labels click here:

{Brown Sugar Scrub Labels}

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Other sugar scrubs you might be interested in checking out:

Coconut Lime Sugar Scrub

Peppermint Sugar Foot Scrub

Candy Cane Sugar Scrub

Pumpkin Spice Sugar Scrub

Lemon Sugar Scrub

Brown Sugar Scrub

Citrus Bliss Sugar Scrub Cubes

Homemade Lemonade Gift Kit and Printables

I recently teamed up with ELEVEN other bloggers to bring you a fun NEW series each and every month. Each month we will collaborate around a fun theme and offer TWELVE different FREE printables for your personal use.

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This month, our Printable Blog Hop theme is “Spring”! Each blogger is sharing their printables on their own sites. So be sure to hop on over to their respective sites using the links below and check them out. They are all sharing some really fun ideas!

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I decided to make a Lemonade Kit gift idea. This is so simple, but a really fun gift to give and receive. The gift includes everything you need to be able to whip up some amazing Homemade Lemonade. Simply gather up the following supplies:

  • Glass Pitcher (I found mine at Home Goods for $7.99)
  • 6-7 fresh Lemons
  • 1 cup Sugar (in a plastic baggie)
  • Baker’s twine
  • free printables

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I placed the bag of sugar in the bottom of the pitcher and then filled it up with the lemons. Then I simply attached the printable Homemade Lemonade Kit Label and the Recipe to the outside of the pitcher. You will want to include these so that the gift recipient can be able to make the Homemade Lemonade by following the directions and just adding water.

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I also made some printable Homemade Lemonade Labels for some cute Lemonade jars if you would like to use those as well. You could give a couple of the empty glasses with the Homemade Lemonade Kit or just make the Lemonade and give away some jars of Homemade Lemonade.

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A simple and easy gift that anyone would love to receive. I know I would! I think I will be giving these away as teacher gifts at the end of the school year. A great way to say goodbye to school and welcome the summer!

Now…Be sure to head on over to these other amazing sites and check out their fun printables!

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#1) {The Dating Divas} – A fun, flirty, and FREE printable card to give to your man this Spring.

#2) {Somewhat Simple} – The Earth Laughs In Flowers: Free Printable art in 3 colors to choose from.

#3) {Whipperberry} – April showers bring May flowers printable sign for your Spring home decor.

#4) {Crafting Chicks} – A Spring Time Fun Checklist to check off your spring time plans!

#5) {Tatertots & Jello} – “Happy Spring” (Neighbor) gift tags

#6) {L’il Luna} – Spring Cleaning Prints

#7) {My Sister’s Suitcase} – “Bloom and Grow” tag that is perfect for a gift of Spring Flowers!

#8) {I Heart Nap Time} – A darling tag that is sure to dress up any gift – big or small!

#9) {The 36th Avenue} – “Spring is in the Air” Printable and cute gift tags.

#10) {Paging Supermom} – Say “Hello!” to Spring. Frame and embellish this cheerful printable, available in three sizes.

#11) {The TomKat Studio} – Simply pretty printable Mother’s Day card + gift tags.

#12) {The Idea Room} – Homemade Lemonade Gift Kit with free labels and printables.

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To get the Homemade Lemonade Kit Printables click on the following link. Then click on “Previous Downloads”.

{Homemade Lemonade Kit Printables and Labels}

*If you are not a fan of The Idea Room on Facebook, you will need to click like first and become a fan. After you become a fan you will need to click on “Get your free gift” in the upper right hand corner of the Idea Room FB page and then click on “Previous Downloads”.

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What do you think? Are you excited for this new series? I know I am!

If you liked this you may also enjoy the following past posts:

Homemade Bath Salts

Lemon Sugar Scrub

Homemade Lemonade Soap

Frozen Lemonade

 

Easter Candy Bark

Easter is right around the corner and I have a quick and easy Easter treat that you can make in minutes and makes a great addition to your festive Easter food.  Chocolate Bark is so easy to make and tastes so good.  I have shared a few other Chocolate Bark candy ideas over the years.  If you have been following along for a while you might remember some of them: Peppermint Bark, Candy Corn Bark, and Oreo Bark.

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The thing I love about Bark Candy is that is looks a lot fancier than it really is to make.  And they make a great and easy gift that most people might enjoy receiving.  I simply melted some white chocolate.  I love to use Ghiradelli white chocolate.  Just melt it in a microwaveable bowl on 20 second intervals so you do not burn it, and stir between each cycle.

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Then simply pour your melted chocolate onto a cookie sheet or jelly roll pan covered with wax or parchment paper.   Sprinkle your Easter candy over the melted chocolate and let it cool and harden.  Break into small pieces and then package up and give it away!

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Or serve it as part of your Easter Dessert table.  Either way…you will love how festive, fun and easy this Easter food is to make.  Have you ever made a bark candy?

Leprechaun Gift

As promised, I have another St. Patrick’s Day gift idea to share with you today.  These are pretty simple and make a easy gift to give to brighten someone’s day.  These are a spin off of my Father’s Day Soda Bottle Covers I shared a couple of years ago.  Do any of you remember those?

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I simply took a bottle of Sprite and made this little Leprechaun Bottle cover to attach to the bottle.

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Since I didn’t want to be able to see the Sprite Label on the top of the bottle, I simply cut out a piece of scrapbook paper and wrapped it around the top and glued it into place.

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Then I decided to wrap a strip of white cardstock around the middle of the bottle and add one of the labels from the Rainbow in a Jar gifts that I shared the other day.

I also came up with a printable label for the Leprechaun Sprite bottle if you would like to use those to give with your little gift bottle.

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You could also use the Leprechaun heads for the Rainbow in a Jar gifts as well.  Simply adjust the white head band smaller or cut it out larger depending on the size of the jar you are using.

Or….wrap them around your glasses or napkins on your St. Patrick’s Day table. That is what I will be doing for our dinner table this coming Sunday. It adds just a simple festive touch to your St. Patrick’s Day dinner table.

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I will be providing you with the free downloads of the St. Patrick’s Day printables for a few days before I move them over to my store.  So be sure to grab them if you want to use them.

You will need to go through my FB page to gain access to them.  If you are not a fan of The Idea Room, you will need to like the page first and then click on {Previous Downloads} to gain access to the printables.

Click here for the printables: 

St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Heads and Sprite Printables

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How will you use the Leprechaun Head?  That sounds creepy…but you know what I mean…right?!