My daughter had her younger brother and gave him homemade slime, snowman face gum, "Grinch Pills" and a kitchen timer. A kitchen timer may sound odd, but he's a gadget guy and if you knew him, it would all make sense:). We found the slime, snowman gum idea and Grinch Pills all on Pinterest.
Sources: You can go directly to my Christmas board on Pinterest or directly to the following links. Slime recipe from Our Best Bites, snowman gum idea was linked to My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia on Pinterest, but I couldn't find it on the blog, but I did find a great blog! It's ok because the gum project is self-explanatory - just wanted to make sure I gave proper credit. The Grinch Pills are from Scrapcation Getaway. She did an entire case with a "scut file". I had no idea what a scut file was, so I just saved the pic of the Grinch Pills poem and printed and taped it to the Tic Tacs container.
My youngest had my husband and he gave him the sweetest poster made out of wrapping paper with his hand print and a homemade bracelet.
It was truly very special and sweet to see the thought and love put into everyone's gifts. I look forward to continuing this tradition for the years to come.
I also want to share a clever gift bag idea before I sign off. My daughter's class made gifts for their families and wrapped them in brown paper bag gingerbread houses. I thought it was such a clever idea!
The gift inside was super cute too!
Make sure to stop by again tomorrow to see a fun New Year's Eve idea.