I love to crochet. Nana taught me when I was really little. Back then I just made crochet chains. Loooooong crocheted chains. I continued to crochet through the years making lots and lots of afghans, but got bored with those. Seriously, how many afghans do you really need? Unfortunately my pattern reading skills are fair at best, and my knowledge of crochet stitches beyond the basics are limited, so I’ve really never advanced past beginner projects.
My sister mentioned she’d love to have some crocheted snowflakes for her tree. The ones that had been passed down through the family that she’d been putting on her tree in the past were falling apart. I decided there’s no time like the present to advance my crocheting skills, and went in search of some snowflake patterns. There are a ton of free patterns out there, but good LORD! I can’t tell you how many I started, then ripped out.
After a lot of frustration, I finally landed on five that worked for me. My end result may not look perfect, but I felt pretty accomplished when I had finished. For the most part they were really easy to do, and my sister loved them! They don’t take long, and once you’ve got the pattern down, you can whip through them pretty quickly. They’d make a great handmade Christmas gift. I’ve shared the instructions with you below.
Good luck and happy crocheting!
*For all of the snowflakes below, I used white 100% Cotton Crochet thread – size 3 weight 1 (Super Fine), and a Size 8 (1.50mm) crochet hook*
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Ch 6, join with a sl st to form ring
- Rnd 1: Ch 1, 12 sc in ring. Sl st in first sc.
- Rnd 2: Ch 1, sc in first st, (ch 3, sc in next sc) 11 times; hdc in first sc to join and form last loop – 12 ch-3 spaces
- Rnd 3: Ch 1, sc over hdc, *(2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc) in next space**, sc in next space; repeat from * around, ending last repeat at **; join with sl st in first sc.
- Rnd 4: Ch 4, sl st in same st as joining, *ch 2, (sc, ch 3, sc, ch 5, sc, ch 3, sc) in next ch-3 space, ch 2**, (sl st, ch 4, sl st) in next sc; repeat from * around, ending last repeat at **; join with sl st in sl st of last round. End.
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Ch 8, sl st in first ch to form ring.
- Rnd 1: Ch 7dc in ring, (ch 5, dc in ring) 4 times, ch 5, sl st in 2nd ch of ch 7–6 sps.
- Rnd 2: Sl st in next lp, ch 4 (counts as 1 tr); holding back last lp of each tr on hook, make 3 tr in ch-5 lp, yo and through 4 lps on hook (4 tr cluster), *ch 9, 4 tr cluster in next lp, repeat from * 4 times, ch 9, sl st in top of first cluster.
- Rnd 3: * Ch 7, sl st in 4th ch from hook for picot, ch 9, sl st in 4th ch from hook for picot, ch 3, sl st in top of cluster; in ch-9 lp work sc, hdc, 4 dc, hdc, sc, sl st in top of next cluster, repeat from * around, end sl st in sl st at beg of rnd. End.
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Ch 7, sl st in first ch to form ring
- Rnd 1: Ch 6, (dc in ring ch 3) 7 times, sl st in 3rd ch of ch 6–8 sps.
- Rnd 2: Sl st in next sp; ch 3, 2 dc in sp, (ch 3, 3 dc in next sp) 7 times, ch 3, sl st in top first ch 3.
- Rnd 3: Ch 7, sk 1 dc, dc in next dc, * ch 4, dc in next dc, ch 4, sk 1 dc, dc in next dc, repeat from * around, end ch 4, sl st in 3rd ch of ch 7.
- Rnd 4: Sl st in first sp, ch 4, 2 tr in same sp, ch 4, sc in 4th ch from hook for picot, sl st in last tr, 2 tr in same sp, ch 3, sc in next sp, *ch 3, 3 tr, picot, 2 tr in next sp, ch 3, sc in next sp, repeat from * around, end ch 3, sl st in top of ch 4. End.
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Ch 6, join with sl st to form ring
- Rnd 1: Ch 5 (counts as 1 tr and 2 ch), (1 tr into ring, 2 ch) 5 times, sl st to 3rd of 5 ch at beginning of rnd.
- Rnd 2: Sl st into first ch sp, ch 3 (counts as 1 tr), tr4tog into same ch sp, (ch 7, tr5tog into next ch sp) 5 times, ch 3, 1 dtr into top of first tr4tog.
- Rnd 3: Ch 1 (does not count as st), 3 dc into ch sp partly formed by dtr at end of previous rnd, (ch 9, 3 dc into next ch sp) 5 times, ch 8, 1 dc into top of first dc.
- Rnd 4: Ch 3 (counts as first leg of first tr3tog), tr2tog working first leg into center dc of first 3 dc group and second leg into first ch after 3 dc group, *ch 2, miss 1 ch, 1 tr into next ch, ch 2, miss 1 ch, (1 tr, ch 3, 1 tr) into next ch, ch 2, miss 1 ch, 1 tr into next ch, ch 2, miss 1 ch, tr3tog working first leg into next ch, second leg into central dc of next 3 dc group, and third leg into first ch after 3 dc group; rep from * 4 more times, (ch 2, miss 1 ch, 1 tr into next ch) twice, 18 ch, 1 dc into 16th ch from hook, 1 dc into next ch, 1 ch, 1 tr into same ch as last tr, ch 2, miss 1 ch, 1 tr into next ch, ch 2, miss 1 ch, sl st to top of first tr2tog. End.
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Ch 7, sl st in first ch to form ring
- Rnd 1: (Sc in ring, ch 2, dc in ring, ch 2) 6 times. Sl st in first sc.
- Rnd 2: Sl st in first 2 ch, sl st in dc, ch 3, dc in same dc, (ch 3, sc in next sc, ch 3, 2 dc in next dc) 5 times, ch 3, sc in next sc, ch 3, sl st in top of first ch 3.
- Rnd 3: Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), dc in next dc, (ch 4, sc in next sc, ch 4, dc in each of 2 dc) 5 times, ch 4, sc in next sc, ch 4, sl st in top of ch 3.
- Rnd 4: Ch 3, dc in next dc, (ch 5, sc in next sc, ch 5, dc in each of 2 dc) 5 times, ch 5, sc in next sc, ch 5, sl st in top of ch 3.
- Rnd 5: Ch 3, dc in next dc, (ch 7, sc in next sc, ch 7, dc in each of 2 dc) 5 times, ch 7, sc in next sc, ch 7, sl st in top of ch 3.
- Rnd 6: Ch 3, dc in next dc, (ch 9, sc in next sc, ch 9; holding back last lp of each dc, dc in each of the next 2 dc, yo hook and through 3 lps on hook) 5 times, ch 9, sc in next sc, ch 9, sl st in first dc. End.
To stiffen snowflakes, mix one part glue with one part water in a medium bowl. Stir until smooth. Submerge a snowflake in the mixture, then squeeze out excess liquid, lay the snowflake on a towel or corkboard. Shape it and pin it into place. Sprinkle with white glitter and let dry.
If you have any questions, you can comment below, or feel free to contact us by email: inbox (at) organizedchaosonline (dot) com.
Small Business Saturday is one of the coolest ideas that has taken too long to catch on. Let’s put a little hustle in this movement, shall we? So many creative and driven people are running their own businesses from online boutiques to Etsy shops to actual “brick and mortar” locations. The amount of work and sacrifice that goes into starting a small business is something nobody can plan for. It’s intense and a lot of stress. But the moment you make your first sale, or the day you connect with your first customer, it makes all your hard work worth it. To think that someone in the world came to your business and spent money they earned on something you’re offering, something that you love and feel passionate about – the feeling is immeasurable.
Not all of us were born with the entrepreneurial spirit. But most of us were born with the shopping one!
This is where organizedCHAOSonline steps up. It’s our job, dear shopping obsessed friends, to support these businesses on Saturday, November 30th, and on into the future.
What started back in 2010 by American Express to shine a spotlight on small and local businesses, has turned into a nationally observed holiday where we shop the passions of our peers. It is officially called “Small Business Saturday.”
Throw it out on social media, and you’ll see that you’re not the only one tweeting, posting on Facebook and even promoting in your Instagram feed with the hashtag #SmallBusinessSaturday.
Where should you shop?
Thanks for asking. Here’s our list of businesses you’ll want to shop this Small Business Saturday as recommended by the people we trust the most -YOU! The more this post gets shared, the more people will hear about these businesses. Click the share buttons below to help promote these hard-working businesses!
READER RECOMMENDED SMALL BUSINESSES…
Rhinestone Sash: http://www.rhinestonesash.com/
- Custom rhinestone sashes, shirts, etc for any occasion
Invitations and Papercraft
Pretty Pink Posh: http://prettypinkposh.com/prettypinkposhshop
- Embellishments for crafting projects
Stephanie Creekmur: http://www.stephaniecreekmur.com/
- Online stationery boutique and graphic design studio[
Bags, Clutches, Purses
Grandma’s Little Lilly: http://www.etsy.com/shop/GrandmasLittleLilly
- Coupon Organizers, EReader Cases, iphone wallets
Hayden J: http://www.etsy.com/shop/HaydenJ
- Handcrafted bags, totes, clutches, etc.
Art, Illustrations, Prints & Photography
Charlie Duncan Photography: http://www.cduncanphoto.com/
- From portraits, to product shots, fine art for your walls, to mentoring
Otturatore Photography: http://otturatorephotography.com/
- Specializing in newborn, children, and seniors and family photography
Flapper Doodle: http://www.etsy.com/shop/flapperdoodle
- Illustrations of 1920’s flappers Eloise and Ramona, assorted illustrated goodies
I Love It All: http://www.etsy.com/shop/iloveitall
- Subway art prints, posters, mini books, journals, greeting cards
Eryn Marie Designs: https://www.facebook.com/ErynMarieDesigns
- Decorative murals, hand painted furnishings and custom murals
Hardwear Designs: http://www.etsy.com/shop/hardweardesigns
- Mixed media jewelry and art
- Handmade Map and Book Cufflinks, Jewellery, and Decor
Olive Yew: https://www.oliveyew.com/
- Handmade trendy gold jewelry. Simple designs.
The Noisy Cricket: http://www.etsy.com/shop/noisycricket
- Personalized hand stamped sterling jewelry
Morton James Boutique: https://www.facebook.com/MortonJames
- Well curated mens and womens clothing and accessories
well curated clothing and accessories
well curated clothing and accessories
Children’s Clothing and Toys
- Modern clothing for your little one
Addison Renee Boutique: http://www.etsy.com/shop/addisonrenee
- Hair bows and a new line of boy accessories
Fitness, Health & Beauty
Nerium with Terri Yankovich: http://www.nerium.com/default.aspx?ID=terriyankovich
Housewares, Home Decor and Gifts
Oh Little Rabbit: http://www.etsy.com/shop/ohlittlerabbit
- Eco Friendly, Organic, Hand Printed Housewares & Gifts
Printing Grounds: http://www.etsy.com/shop/flapperdoodle
- Handcrafted wares for you and your home
re.Served by Victoria: http://www.etsy.com/shop/reServedbyvictoria
- Reclaimed serving and home decor pieces customized with hand-drawn updates
Tennessee Sweet Tea Creations:https://www.facebook.com/TennesseeSweetTeaCreations
Aedriel Originals: http://www.aedrieloriginals.com/
- Distinctive tableware and earthenware home accents
B is for Buttons: http://www.etsy.com/shop/Bisforbuttons
- Original buttons for all occasions, or make your own
Sisters Whimzy: http://www.sisterswhimzy.com/
- Totes, bags, trunksters and other fun things. Will personalize.
C Jayne Teach: http://www.etsy.com/shop/cjayneteach
- Organizational products for classrooms and educators
Flow Yoga Designs: http://www.etsy.com/shop/FlowYogaDesigns
- Hand painted yoga mats and products all inspired by yoga
Haus of Ariella: http://www.etsy.com/shop/HausofAriella
- Jewelry, photography, home decor
Events and Party Supplies
Oh Goodie Designs: http://www.ohgoodiedesigns.com/
- Custom party products. Event consulting and coordinating company
Giving Back, Nonprofit, Feel Good Shopping
Art to Aid: http://www.arttoaid.com/
- Artists of all kinds donating profits from art sales for charities you nominate
You own a business.
You know about Small Business Saturday.
You have an online shop.
BUT YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW TO GET PEOPLE TO FIND YOU.
Deep breath. It’s common.
You are going to have to do a little work on your end to get the ball rollin’. Once that happens, people will catch on.
The good news? It’s all free.
10 Steps To Getting Your Business Seen This Small Business Saturday
1. SOCIAL MEDIA MAKEOVER: Make sure you have all of your social media accounts updated with your current logo (or look), your website, a good tagline or your store’s mission.
2. HASHTAG YOUR ASS OFF: Start using (or teach yourself) the hashtags #SmallBusinessSaturday and/or #SmallBizSaturday. This is what people can and will be searching for on Saturday. Plus, it gets you into the mix of all the other people doing the same thing. Hashtags work on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest.
3. SEARCH AND CONNECT: While you’re on social media, start searching for hashtags that apply to your product or brand. Do you sell clothing from an online boutique? Start searching #leggings #fashion #whattowear #sweater #gifts. Once you find people who have pinned, tweeted or put on Facebook about something you have – WRITE A COMMENT!
4. PROMOTE YOURSELF: Don’t be shy. This is a time for self-promotion. There’s no shame in this game. In order for your business to be successful, it has to be promoted so people know you’re here. Ask anyone and everyone to get the word out about your business.
5. BLOG: Whether you do it regularly or you remember only during times like now, write a blog. You don’t have to do in depth research, just write about what you know – your business. Include many keywords, include the words Small Business Saturday and start off your blog with a quick summary of what the blog is about. Think of how a news article is written.
6. SPRUCE UP YOUR SITE: Take a peek at your website. Is it easy to figure out who you are? Can people navigate quickly? Can they read the text? Have you included an “about me” section so people know who they are shopping with? Did you explain what you sell and why it’s the best? Do you have a “contact me” section? Do you mention shipping? All of these things are important for the new customer to know. Remember, you are very familiar with what you do but not everyone else is.
7. DISCOUNTS AND SPECIAL OFFERS: Offer a discount. Give something, anything. Perhaps you have a special gift you can add to purchase or maybe you can offer customers a discount for shopping with you on Saturday. We all love a discount…especially this time of year.
8. SHOW WHAT YOU’VE GOT: Be active. Post pictures of what you have available online. Post it to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, the home page of your website, your forehead, the neighborhood, the mall Santa. WHEREVER!
9. PIN IT ALL: We’re convinced that Pinterest is magic. If you don’t have it already, add a Pin It button to your website. Just go to Pinterest and an option will become available to you (or you can look in the top menu bar of Pinterest for more). If you make a Pin It button available, others will do the work for you in spreading the word about your business. Let their passion speak to their network. This is an invaluable way to be connected with people you wouldn’t have had an opportunity to connect with otherwise. You can also pin everything from your site. We’re all in a hurry so if we can find what we’re looking for quickly, you’ve become our best friend.
10. START A GANG: Enlist the help of others you admire. There are a ton of very successful small business owners. In fact, I’d argue you can’t even call them a small business because they are doing so well. That’s the magic of the game. They technically still qualify and are kicking serious ass doing it. Ask for help. Ask for tips. Ask if they will help you grow by giving you a mention. Does that make you nervous? There are two things that would be the absolute worst case scenario: 1. You don’t get a reply. 2. They say no. Those don’t seem so bad, do they? Get to it!
See how impactful #SmallBusinessSaturday is and read even MORE suggestions
on how to be active in promoting yourself. Find it HERE.
Side note: Take a look at this blog post that you just read. Do you see how many times ‘Small Business Saturday’ was mentioned? Do you notice how many “keywords” are used that got your attention as a business owner? Do you see how you’re reading this right now?
We attracted you. Now go attract others and tell us who you are so we can follow you!
This is a fun game, isn’t it? Congratulations on your future success! We’ll be playing the role of emotional parents applauding you from the sidelines.
Tawsha (my daughter), Ryan (my son), and Colton (my grandson)
Tonight as I finish up some gifts for my grandkids and nieces, it makes me smile, but with tears in my eyes, to remember waaay back to this time of year when my own kids were little and I was a single mom. At around this time I’d be wrapping the last of their gifts and doing a mental survey of what they’d open the next day. Every Christmas Eve my heart would ache as I thought about how excited they were to wake up to see what Santa brought, and each year I would make myself a promise that the next year would be different and I’d be able to do more.
The dress up clothes that I had bought from Goodwill had been washed and the huge box was carefully wrapped in the comics section of the newspaper with a big red bow. My fingers were still stained with the food coloring I had used to color the play dough I had made to create colors you couldn’t find in the stores. The stockings were filled with their favorite candy, erasers, sparkly pencils, and always a new toothbrush. No matter how tight money was, it was important to me that they had stockings that Santa had filled. We had spent the week before painting wooden ornaments and singing Andy Williams Christmas carols, the same ones my mom and I used to sing to when I was young. Before they went to bed Christmas Eve we’d set out cookies and milk for Santa. Before I went to bed, I’d have to remember to take a bite out of them and drink the damn milk (I hate milk) to prove Santa had really been there.
Some of those years the kids and I celebrated Christmas morning with my boyfriend. His kids and mine were friends and all close to the same ages. His kids lived out of town, and because he had the means to, he overindulged them when they spent Christmas with us. I thought my heart would break as his kids opened a JVC complete stereo system, while mine unwrapped a knock-off brand boom box. All the gifts his kids opened were the ones I had only wished I could have gotten for mine. I said goodnight to my kids on many Christmas nights with a lump in my throat wanting to hug them and tell them how sorry I was that I basically sucked. Bless their hearts – they always seemed happy with what they got and assured me they had a great Christmas.
Those days were hard, and my heart goes out to you single moms who are short on time and money and scrambling to pull a Christmas together for your kids. You’re tired and frustrated and probably right about now are beating yourself up. But guess what?
My daughter is now the mother of a 4-yr-old, and I see her beginning traditions with her son, even continuing some that she grew up with. She stays up half the night making him presents. She sent me a text with a picture of Andy Williams Christmas album that said “It’s not Christmas without this”. My son is in his 30’s and doesn’t have kids yet, but when I mentioned that I might not do stockings this year, he looked at me like I was crazy. “Oh no, you HAVE to do stockings”. So off he went to do stocking shopping.
My kids are my heart. They make me proud every day of my life. They are happy, caring and loving adults. All those years I thought I was screwing up, failing them and falling short, I wasn’t. You aren’t either. Start Christmas traditions and keep them going every year. No matter how dumb or insignificant they may seem to you, they are stamping themselves on your kids hearts and providing them stability and consistency. Play up the mystery and wonder that is Christmas. It’s the little things…Have your brother or a friend call them and pretend they’re Santa. Write them a letter from Santa and mail it to them. Wrap the presents from Santa in different wrapping paper and tags written in “Santa” handwriting.
Keep doing what you’re doing. The kids may not react the way you’d like them to. They may seem disappointed with their gifts. But know this. They will carry those memories with them and some day will understand why you did what you did, said what you said, and how hard those times must have been for you, but you loved them right through them anyway. My kids remember most of those cheesy gifts, but very few of the more expensive ones.
Make memories. Be creative. Just love your kids and do the best you can and believe me, it will be enough. You’re doing a great job. Believe in yourself.
Merry Christmas, and God bless you and your little family.
We are the queens of last minute. As in, finishing getting ready in the car on the way to somewhere late or putting the finishing touches on a project before gifting it. I swear, we are always sweating and in a hurry. Clearly, we’re also known for being irresistible. Another wonderful “flaw” of ours is that we think everyone should be equal in gifts. The uneven gift count usually makes its appearance on Christmas Eve long after the window of putting deep thought into what that gift should be has passed.
Christmas is less than a week away. So, for those who are similar to us (and equally as amazing), here are some quick, extremely inexpensive and simple DIY projects you can whip together for everyone on your list. Don’t be intimidated if you aren’t the creative type, you don’t need experience or special tools for the following ideas. We’ll even list the supplies so you can easily determine whether or not it’s right for you.
Please comment on this post with any ideas we may have missed.
Source: Modern Parents Messy Kids
- Cream of Tartar
- Cooking Oil
Click HERE for the entire post and instructions by Modern Parents Messy Kids
Source: The 36th Avenue
- Wooden Spoon
- Ribbon or Bakers Twine
- Paint (and brush)
- Punch holder
- Craft paper
Click HERE for instructions and the complete post by The 36th Avenue.
Source: Finley and Oliver
- Box with clamp (or lunch box)
- Paint and brush
- Lego sheet
- Strong Glue
For the full blog post, instructions and alternative ideas, click HERE to visit Finley and Oliver.
Source: Lowe’s Creative Ideas
- Plywood (cut to size at hardware store – they will do it for free)
- Camera (regular or on your phone)
- Computer & printer
This project is so easy peasy. The how-to both detailed and simple are on the Lowe’s website HERE.
Source: Wedding Preview Event
- Old jar candles with little bits of candle left
- Candle wick
- Pen, pencil or chopstick
- Wax paper
- Hot pads
You’re literally repurposing everything you already have. The only thing you technically have to buy are candle wicks. The tutorial is HERE.
Source: Martha Stewart
- Sea Salt or Kosher Salt
- Essential Oil
- Dried fragrant plants (mint, rosemary, etc)
Martha Stewart finally gave us a tutorial we non-Marthas can accomplish and have it look great. This is so stinking simple. Click HERE for mixture/instructions.
Source: Joy’s Hope
This is one of the most brilliant ideas, like, ever. It’s a huge print for less than $9 tops. You get a photo printed as an engineer print at Staples, pick it up, hand them a $10 and actually get change. No, seriously, brilliant. Side note: How great is this lady’s wall color?
- Photo or image (high resolution)
- Computer (to upload photo to Staples.com)
- Wood from the hardware store
- Duct tape
To find out how to create this brilliance, click HERE.
Source: Organized Chaos
- Ceramic or porcelain plate, platter, mug, whatevs.
- Sharpie (can use black, metallic, colors, whatevs again)
- Painters tape (just to create a design – or not)
- Rubbing alcohol and cotton ball
- Oven mitt
Clean off your plate, platter, mug, whatever it is with rubbing alcohol and a cotton ball. Color like crazy. Place in oven preheated at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Take out with oven mitt and let cool. That sucker will be hot! That’s it. Totally easy.
Source: Real Simple
- Flavors (pineapple, vanilla beans, jalapeno, whatever you want)
- Glass bottles that seal
- Cute tags & ribbons and/or twine
I didn’t realize how easy these were. Grab a box of glasses to gift along with it and, boom, you’ve got yourself a really cool gift! The how-to is on Real Simple HERE.
Source: Stampin Libby
- Measuring tape
Buying these tutus are so freaking expensive. Making them: not expensive. The end. The simple tutorial is HERE.
Source: The Sweetest Occasion
- Ceramic/Porcelain Tiles
- Chalkboard paint
- Felt or cork contact paper
- Xacto knife or scissors
What a cute idea for a cocktail party or a fun coffeetable addition. The tutorial/instructions are HERE.
Source: Havoc to Heaven
- Flower Pots
- Chalkboard paint
- Painters tape or masking tape
- Herbs, flowers, seed packets (whatever you’d like to put in the center)
There are a ton of ideas and resources HERE.
Source: Inspired Ideas Mag
- Glass Votive Candle Holder
- Transparent Contact Paper
- Popsicle stick
The how-to seemed a little difficult at first (to me) but then I read it a second time and wondered why my brain couldn’t comprehend the easy instructions. Do it and you’ll find it’s simple. HERE is the info.
Source: Ask Anna Moseley
- 2″ blocks
- Mod Podge
- 6 pictures (4×6)
- Xacto Knife
- Foam Brush
- Hair dryer
I am totally doing this for the parents. What a cute idea! The instructions are explained in perfect detail and, again, a simple craft. Check it out HERE.
Source: By Wilma
- Ten 10mm washers
- Twelve 10mm jump rings (jewelry aisle at Michaels)
- Chain (also at Michaels)
- Nail polish in the color you’d like your necklace
This is an awesome (read: industrial) version of the famous bubble necklace. Super-cute! The how-to can be found HERE.
Source: Country Living
- Pillow (IKEA will do just dandy)
- Upholstery spray paint
This project and even a few more easy peasies can be found HERE.
Source: I Heart Naptime
Supplies (per package):
- 1 orange
- 1/2 cup cranberries
- 2 cinnamon sticks
- Grated Nutmeg
- Cute bag to package it in
- Ribbon, bakers twine, whatever you want to seal the bag with
Here’s more on how to do this and the instructions to simmer.
Source: Yummy Mummy Kitchen
- 1 1/4 cups (about 10 graham crackers) graham cracker crumbs
- 4 tablespoons butter, melted
- 1/2 cup vegetable oil
- 1 cup white sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
- 1/3 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
1/4 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
More ideas can be found if you click the image. The instructions for these specific S’mores brownies are HERE.
Okay, now, HURRY UP! You don’t have much time. You can whip these out after work!