Wishing you and your family a healthy and happy holiday season from our homes to yours.
Plaid has a long and important history which dates back to Scotland at least 3,000 years ago. Originally named ‘tartan’ used by Scots Clans for identification. Read more It’s now embraced by many as a warm winter staple and ideal for the holidays.
Nothing says the holidays like Plaid PJ’s
Whatever your feelings about plaid as a fashion choice, you can’t deny that plaid goes with the holidays.
There’s a reason; it’s toasty warm as well as super cute to dress your loved ones in for the essential holiday snapshot.
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That’s a wrap!
Gift wrapping doesn’t need to be fancy to impress. Look around the house or garden for elements to add to your packages. It’s not only stylish, it’s better for the environment. The recipient will be impressed you took the time to make their gift special. Check out this website for ideas.
Give the Gift of Cozy
Plaid blankets are a favorite. Did you know you can repurpose older blankets and shirts into cushion covers? Consider making a well loved sweater into a pillow.
Eat, drink and be merry
Delight your guests with simple table decorations made from foraged items, herbs and simple table linens. Don’t be afraid to mix and match.
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Caught Off Guard
Always keep a couple of extra holiday gifts wrapped just in case you get an unexpected visitor bearing gifts. A bottle of wine, holiday candy and candles are always well received. Click this link for 45 great last minute gift ideas!
When entertaining, sometimes your mind goes blank and you’re sick of serving cheese and pineapple on sticks (so 1970’s).
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