Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Christmas gifts or ornament for $10 or less blog hop #3

So crazy week huh? My kids are out of school already! Whatever happened to just getting the actual Holiday off? I love spending time with them, but i do get alot more done when school is in session So for last weeks Christmas Gifts or Ornaments for $10 or less #2 party I chose 2 more great feature!

I loved the leg warmers that Lina from Fancy Frugal Life  made out of adult socks! You know I am on a sewing kick right now, so I can't wait to try these out for my daughter, they look so fun and easy to do!

Next up I chose the Lavender Body Salts & Mason Jar from Eva @ Delightful Creations!
I think it would be a perfect hostess, teacher or babysitter gift, or just a nice stocking stuffer!

And Now Mandy from the Project Queen for her picks:

We had some great link ups this week. I chose two of my favorites and Bonnie from A Wee Meenit will choose her 2 favorites! Christy from Love Everyday made these adorable Christmas ornaments from cardboard, yarn, hot glue and a few embellishments that she had on hand.

I just love these! Especially the "M". I need to make some for my kids.
Thanks so much Christy for sharing the tutorial on how to make these easy and inexpensive ornaments!
The 2nd link up that I chose was the Mod Podge Bow Holder that Lina from Fancy Frugal Life made for her daughter's friend's birthday.

Being a mother of girls , I would have LOVED this as a gift for my daughter. We had hair bows everywhere! The initial is the icing on the cake!
Thank you Lina for sharing this wonderful project with all of us!
So here are the linking rules:

This party will run from November 10-December 10. A new party will begin every Wednesday and will end the following Monday. Bonnie and I will choose our favorite project for that week and all 3 of the projects will be highlighted on all 3 of the blogs on Tuesday. 
Here are the rules:
1. No Etsy shops or business giveaways.
2. Please only link up handmade ORNAMENTS or a handmade GIFT you would give someone for Christmas that would cost $10 or less.
3. Please visit two others who have linked up.
4. Please, please cut and paste the button for this party somewhere IN YOUR POST.


  1. Hi, Bonnie

    Thank you so much for your lovely comment on my Christmas sign. Thank you for hosting. Have a great day.


  2. Thanks for hosting! It is great to see a party where not all of the projects are the same as all the other parties. Speaking of the same- I accidentally liked up twice :s The lighted garlands are both mine! Sorry!

  3. Selecting and buying Christmas presents for children can be a daunting task as there are a huge variety of toys to choose from. Christmas Toys



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