We've put together some creative and easy-to-follow tips for gift wrapping that will make you more excited to give than to receive this year.
When I was a kid, my brothers and I would love to try to guess what our folks got us for Christmas. With so many mysterious treasures under the tree, taunting us, we couldn't help but lift, shake, and squeeze them in hopes of guessing their contents. Okay, the truth is, we still do it...
We've all been there. December 26: The carpet beneath the unlit tree is bare (except for those fallen, dried-out pine needles), the last of the holiday feast is confined to tinfoil in the fridge, and you're stuck with an over-sized sweater, tube socks, and a pre-packaged Christmas cookie gift box wondering if you should have just asked for cash. If you're saving up for something special, have a store you'd love to shop from, or just know that your friends and family don't really get your taste, the answer is yes. It's okay to ask for cash, or gift certificates, as long as you do it with class and follow a few etiquette guidelines...
It’s time to deck the halls and get jolly! That tree isn’t going to trim itself, but before you start stringing popcorn chains and throwing tinsel all over the place, take a moment to choose your favorite ornament from our lineup. Your choice may just help you pinpoint your holiday décor style and plan a seasonal look as uncommon as you!
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