I decided to buy everyone an inexpensive gift off their wish list this year (Because of that tight budget), and then make some gifts for each
Here is where I got the original idea for these clothes pins. But I used mini-ones (because they are so cute) and paper instead of fabric.
I think she really liked them :)
So Annie is a little bit obsessed with Pickle Pops. I've never tried one, and I think they sound a little gross. From what I understand, they take the juice from a pickle jar, and freeze it. Then you eat it.
I ordered a bunch of these things for Annie, and then I made this shabby chic little basket thing to put them in. In Annie's office she has white furniture and Willow Tree figures and I thought this would fit right in as a pen holder or something.
After it's finished being a Pickle Pop Carrier, of course.
I got these little tins at the dollar store. I've seen this on so many blogs, I don't know who to cite. Just know this is not an original idea of mine. All you do is take the lid off, put in a circle of pretty paper, and add a little glue to hold it in place. Ta Da! Of course, I Mod Podged the paper circles. Because that's what I do.
These are paper flower magnets, to spruce up her fridge. Or a magnet board. Or any other metal surface that needs sprucing.
It was hard to get a good picture of them. They are super cute in real life, and also really easy to make(my favorite combination). I found the tutorial here.
I can't wait to use them in other projects!
And here are all of Annies gifts from me, nicely displayed. Wondering what that checker-board-looking-thing is under the presents? Well, check back later, and I'll tell you all about it.