If you want to know what it is, or at least how I plan on using it, go see Tanya at Sunday Baker! I don’t know what she was thinking, but she asked me to guest post on her blog! So….go on over, leave lots of comments for me…err…her, and enjoy her blog! She is perhaps the best baker I’ve ever seen. Everything she posts looks wonderful!
This is so completely genius and adorable! Thanks for sharing – I have decided I simply must make one. You are so, so clever!
Cheryl Wray says
I went and checked out your project and it is SO creative and cute. I love it!
Rambling Girl says
Girl you are so smart…guess this why your a teacher…I so love this! Keep all your great ideas coming and those gorgous snow pics from this southern who never gets snow.
Sandy Toes says
I will check it out!
Debbie @ ribbonwoodcottage.blogspot.com says
This is sooooo KEEEEUTE! I love it. I will trot on over and take a look! Love the snow in your front yard! We live in S. Calif. so snow is a wonderful treat….even pictures of it in someone else’s yard! hahaha.
Headin’ over 🙂
Very cute. Even I could make one! 🙂
M.L. @ The House of Whimsy says
Yes M’am, headin’ over right now!
The suspense is killing me.
I so love advent calendars…your’s is precious.
I’m a lurker, but this project brought me out of hiding to comment! LOL… I LOVE it!
That jar looks so cute with the ribbon around the top! I’ll have to add some to mine!
I really love this idea!
This is such a good idea! It is so super cute!
Jodee Leader says
What a great idea! It turned out soooo cute!
Tamara Jansen says
Love you idea 🙂 How do you find the time to do each of the required events with your family? We’re ridiculously busy at this time of the year.
Sweet Simplicity says
Saw your project on Sunday Baker this morning. Very cute!
Cherry's Jubilee says
Ok I will do that! rofl…going right over
Fancy schmancy. Congrats on the Nester recognition too!
Amy from Texas says
This advent calender is super cute. You always have such clever ideas!
You are so funny! The Advent Calendar turned out great(as usual), and your humor is always what I look forward to most. Congrats on the guest blogging, you did a great job!
Amanda@Imperfectly Beautiful says
Loved your guest spot on Sunday Baker. That apothecary jar is DIVINE! By the way, you asked what the first picture was of on my last post…it is a set of personalized cards tied up with a ribbon. Thank you for all your sweet comments on my lil’ ol’ blog!
p.s. I will try and post a tutorial on the paper bag crafts soon!
The Golf Widow says
Leave it to a teacher! Love the snow,too!
Your ideas are awesome Chris! It’s an honor to have you as a “guest” 🙂
(and you are as cute as pie, so don’t fool yourself!)
Have a wonderful day!
restyled home says
I just got caught up with your blog posts (things have been crazy) and have three things to tell you: you make me laugh out loud with your witty writing, your home (and projects) looks amazing as usual, and I.want.your.snow!!
Thanks for the inspiration!
Buzzings of a Queen Bee! says
Heading over right now….I am glad you will copy me on the Christmas wall pocket, because I copied you big time on the project I am posting about tomorrow! 🙂
I love you, Chris! You always make me smile over at my new blog!
Susie Harris says
I will have to check that out. Snow days??? Wish we had them here. I would love for it to snow. maybe not that much but a little would be fine by me. Hope you enjoyed your day!
That’s so exciting!
A wonderful idea and thank you for introducing me to Sunday Baker. I will be making the delicious looking Blueberry Scones this weekend!
LOVE this idea..too bad it is December 4th but NEXT year I will be all over this.(I say that a lot “Next Year”) THanks for sharing
Just too cute! Hope you’re still enjoying the snow. It is beautiful.
Just came back from Sunday Baker. You did a great job. Wow how cute. The kids are gonna love all the things to do together! Let me know how the kids like it. You are so clever girl!
What a fantastic idea! I am definitely copying this for next year. Could you post some more of the things you came up with for inside the boxes?