"Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way ..."
Yes, I know it is August. But I've got a 4-year-old who's already decided that he is going to put his wish list by the tree so Santa won't miss it. He's even planned to put present ideas for his friends on there too. Santa better get to work in that there workshop of his.
In the meantime, I've started to think about what I can make as presents. Some of my favorite presents over the years have been those that are handmade. In this case, some talented folks have done the leg work. I just have to press print ...
Check out these alphabet flashcards from Jill of Homemade by Jill. She just had a baby for crying out loud! She's one of those moms that makes me wonder how does she do it! All the cards are adorable. Laminated, these would be perfect for my under-3 neighbors. Of course, we'd need a set for Joseph too.
But I have young girly neighbors too. I think they would love the build-your-own-cupcake freebie whipped up in the kitchen by Jessica of vol.25. It's tea-party fun!
For the babies, how about some ABC posters or numbers. Sprik Space has both. And in several colors so you can match nursery colors. Frame it and wrap. I'm going to print an ABC one to hang over Joseph's crib.
"Silent night, holy night, all is calm, all is bright ..."