"It's all about Christmas" Edition
of the homesteading carnival
Life as a Mom are 12 Holiday Tips to get our Holidays off to a safe start.
Stress Less over the Holidays with Deana's tips she's posted at Mom's the Glue.
Nicole has posted 5 Tips on Teaching you Kids the Spirit of Giving at Bless their Hearts Mom.
a Guide with 25 tips to Holiday Decorating posted at Interior Design Degree, saying, "Getting your home ready for the holidays can be fun or it can be incredibly stressful. Everyone has fond memories of fighting with Christmas lights and attempting to get the tree up in its stand. It always comes with as much grief when the job is getting done, as it does with joy once it’s over."
Check out Homemade gifts for Kids ideas by Kara @ Simple Kids. She has posted her to-do-list plus links to tutorials.
Gabrielle has posted a nice DIY tutorial for Bleached out Tees @ Design Mom.
Free Holiday Treats ebook and printables are available on Food your Way posted by Mandi.
Heidi posted at Simple Homeschool some fun ideas for Christmas Around the World.
Fred Lee presents Teaching Children About The "Other" December Holidays posted at Parenting Squad.
Holiday Depression: 5 Strategies for Handling the Holiday Blues posted at Healthy Theory.
You might want to consider these perfect recipes for gift giving by Lisa at Blessed with Grace.
Spice up your gift giving with these Sweet Felt Gift Bags posted at Gooseberry patch.
Spice Hang Ups at Raising Homemakers.
Make these fabric Ornaments with Jera's tutorial at Moda Bake Shop
fabric Wreath with this tutorial by Rachel at Moda Bake Shop.
Kara posted at Simple Kids some Simple Stocking Suffer Ideas.
Try making some of Nicole's Homemade Butter Cookies for your gift giving this year. The recipe is posted at Bless their Hearts Mom.
Cherry Streusel Coffeecake shared by Joyceann at Gooseberry patch
Laura Grace Weldon presents Thanks To Mom, We Tried Turkey Farming posted at Laura Grace Weldon, saying, "We tried raising pastured turkeys on our homestead as our own way of carrying on my mother's holiday traditions."
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