Nourish the ones you love this holiday season with one of these homemade gifts above. The mulling spices, pinecone fire starters dipped in beeswax, and the Christmas in a jar are great ones to make with your children.
Mulling Spices | Good Eggs
Beeswax Pinecone Firestarters | Imagination Childhood
Gifts from the Kitchen | Bon Appetit
Christmas in a Jar | Dandee Designs
Plus, this roundup from the Kitchn is a great resource for finding homemade gift ideas!
Above are a couple of great free printables to complement your homemade treats. The jam labelizer is fantastic ( you may even want to whip up some jam just to be able to use these customized labels).
Make your own jam labels | Jam Labelizer
Free printable recipe cards | Love vs. Design
Super great way to recycle a paper bag and some colorful paper scraps. I’m excited to see how these ideas are translated here at our house.
Download templates and instructions here from Wee Society.
floral photograph by Ez of creature comforts blog | Laura Parke from a girl who makes
Share the gift of flowers on this first week of May with this modern DIY flower vase by Laura Parke made by wrapping twine and colored yarn around a glass jar and adding coordinating florals. This would also make a great Mother’s Day treat too! For the one I made for a special friend today I did not cover the entire jar with twine. I wrapped the jar with twine in two different places and attached just the ends to the jar with glue, then added a few wraps of colored yarn. Such a simple way to add a modern touch to a glass jar.
Another great idea for a simple vase is reusing tins or unique soda cans like these from A Creative Mint (via creature comforts blog).
Happy May Day!!