A few nice Homemade Gifts images I found:
2010-12-13 – Fruit Leather – 0003
Image by smiteme
Homemade fruit leather for criFSMas gift baskets.
Blogged here: criFSMas 2010: The Big Fat Saucy Vegan Food Post.
Handing out Some Christmas Cheer
Image by Chiot’s Run
Growing up my mom always made tons of Christmas cookies, caramels and other goodies and sent a big plate full to each neighbor. We’ve done something similar since we moved in here. I’m not much of a cookie maker when it comes to the holidays, I prefer chocolates and other things like caramel corn. We also don’t stop at the neighbors when spreading delicious holiday cheer. We take goodies for everyone at the Post Office, the library and our small town local bank. Of course we live in a small town, so each of these place only has 4-7 employees.
Coloriffic Swap-o-Rama – My First Ever Swap!
Image by mintlipgloss
Here’s my first-ever "Coloriffic Swap-o-Rama" swap package. The theme for the month of December, 2006 was rich buttery yellow and cocoa brown. The stipulations of the swap? The colors have to match, at least one item has to be homemade, and the gifts should come from the heart. I made my gift-ee the "String Bag" from www.sugarncream.com and a homemade card (using Stampin’ Up products, of course!). Because she likes to crochet and make homemade cards, I threw in some cute yellow eyelets, a package of Stampin’ Up cardstock in "Chocolate Chip." a rubber stamping magazine, and five skeins of yarn (two of Paton’s Classic Wool Merino in "Chestnut Brown" and three of Garnstudio Karisma in color "20.") My gift is going to Europe, and I hope my new swap friend has as much fun with it as I had buying it for her!