I have always been a sucker for a well-wrapped gift. If you are a long time reader you may remember me mentioning that my very first job was wrapping gifts during the holiday season at The Children’s Book Cottage. It was a darling mom and pop store that no longer is in business, but when I was only 10 I helped wrap all of the gifts. We celebrated Christmas with my brother-in-law and his wife early this year. My sister-in-law arrived with the cutest gifts. I had to copy her idea and make some puzzle piece gift tags this year.
All you need to make a puzzle piece gift tag are these cute craft pieces from Michael’s. Give them a coat of chalkboard spray paint and then kindly ask someone to drill a hole in them for you (that would be my hubby). If you are all about using the drill ( I really need to brush up on that skill) than it’s all you. I think these are fun for anytime of the year. Adds just that fun homemade touch. The ones in the package are larger than the one I used on the gift and I much prefer the bigger size. Guess that means I am making more!
I think I was really drawn to this idea because of the significance the puzzle piece to our family. I wrote about that here.
I looked on Pinterest and found this darling gift from Domestically Blissful. She chose not to put a hole through them and spayed an old puzzle.
I looked on Pinterest and found this darling gift from Domestically Blissful. She chose not to put a hole through them and spayed an old puzzle. I love the chic simplicity.
My sister-in-law suggested going to the $1 store and buying one of those thick wooden puzzles. Great idea! Than they are sturdy and you really do get a lot for just $1.
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Have a great day! Only 8 more days until Christmas. Can you believe it?!