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Now, don’t panic!
To try and help you, we have put together a list of great stuff to help you count down to the big event.
- There will be 31 different crafts that you still have time to make, for gifts, in October.
- There will be 30 different cookie recipes, that you can gather ingredients to bake, off in November.
- There will be 24 different things you can add to your family holiday traditions in December – to help keep the Christ in Christmas.
Let’s get started with those crafts!
I found this gem on Pinterest…just one problem, the maker is on Etsy and sells the pattern. It doesn’t look that complicated and looks like a great way to use scraps! The Altoids tin is lined with felt — cut with decorative scissors. The pillow and blanket are simple enough — that takes you down to the mouse and his lil teddy. Simple enough if you sew at all… if not, you may want to buy the pattern for $8.00 HERE
WHY the little mouse?
Miss Sarah’s Grandma has been telling her stories about the Friendly Little Mouse for years… and usually, in a very quiet voice, as she lightly rubs the back of her neck. They are BOTH going to get one this year, at Christmas. It is just SUPER cute and a great memory that they share.
Now, I just have to find someone who eats Altoids so I can have the tins, LOL!