Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it. ~William Arthur Ward

I wish you a happy, safe holiday spent with family and friends.

Tell the people you love how grateful you are for them.

Stay cozy and warm, relax, and enjoy the day!


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I agree with this advice from Stacey at FreshStitches 100%. Sometimes giving handmade gifts for the holidays is a bad idea You have to give handmade for the right reasons.

Love podcasts like I do? The ones I usually listen to are craft-related (no surprise there!), but here's a list of podcasts that you AND your kids will enjoyWould be great for long car rides when you just can't listen to another Disney song!

I really want to try this hot chocolate recipe I'm thinking Thanksgiving evening might be a good time to indulge, what do you think?

We usually decorate our own wrapping paper for gift giving, but these free templates for the holidays look fun Just print them out and color!

I saw the Hunger Games finale, Mockingjay: Part 2, over the weekend. If you're a fan of the series, it did not disappoint! I highly recommend it, even if you didn't read the book. Seeing it makes me want to go back and re-read the series all over again.


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Hey there!


I sincerely hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving. If you're traveling, be safe, and return home ready to conquer whichever holiday you'll celebrate next! This time of year flies by so quickly.

Please remember my little shop when you're planning your holiday shopping. I truly believe a handmade gift is better than a store-bought one, and your friends and loved ones deserve the best! I'm here to make sure you find the perfect items for them.

The holiday sale will run until Saturday, November 28th. 30% off plus free shipping is a deal I won't be offering again!

Until next time,
~Lisa

p.s. Be sure to check out other small businesses as well if you're shopping on Small Business Saturday. Etsy is only one place to support them. Look around your hometown, too. You might be surprised at what you find!