Although this idea isn’t a new one, I really like the idea of giving “want, need, wear and read” gifts each year for Christmas. I think it’s a great idea to not only help keep costs down, but to possible reduce some of the spoiling!
I’m wondering: How do you keep Christmas gift giving in check? Do you?
If you’re looking for some ideas to get your kids in the giving spirit, check out this post, 3 fun ways for children to give, on Money Saving Mom!
What are your tips to get kids in the giving spirit?
I thought that today’s homemade gift idea would be a great last minute gift…if you can keep from eating it yourself! I think I’d be making two batches.
Create some delicious gingerbread caramel corn with the instructions from Heather Christo Cooks.
Looking for more Homemade Christmas Gift ideas? Click on the image below!
Looking for some cheap stocking stuffer ideas? Below I’ve compiled a list of some items that you might enjoy!
Have you got any other ideas? What do you normally add to stockings?
Tim Hortons is offering free holiday skating in British Columbia, Alberta, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Ontario, PEI and Saskatchewan!
Click here to see the exact locations and specific times.
I think these DIY Christmas towels would be a cute gift to help someone liven up their home for the holidays!