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Saturday, December 8, 2012

Boys Will Be Boys . . . So Wrap Up Their Toys

Now that you've gotten a few ideas for hand made gifts, it's time to start thinking about how to wrap those presents.I know my boys want to just rip into those presents under the tree, but seeing as how their idea of Christmas morning wake up time is WAY different from mine, they (hopefully) spend quite a few minutes staring at those presents before mommy and daddy make it down the stairs. Keeping the kids interested in the wrappings is the best defense I've come up with for distracting them from ripping the paper right off. I've been working on a secret little round up of creative Christmas packaging options, that I'm revealing to you today.

Here are my favorites in no particular order:

1.  Chalkboard Wrapping Paper  2.  Pencil Eraser Patterns  3.  Drift Wood Paper  4.  Santa Letter Sack
5.  Humorous Notes  6.  Christmas Character Tubes  7.  Recycled Map Paper  8.  Word Search Name Paper  9.  Lego Mini-figure Wrapping Paper

I've many more boy friendly wrapping ideas on my formerly "secret" pin board which is now open for your perusal.  Click here to see all of the pins.


*** Update:  This giveaway is now closed *****

For a bit more excitement (I know, can you stand it?), I bring you today's giveaway from Fancie Fannies.
Fancie Fannies is offering one lucky winner, a 30 dollar gift certificate for her shop which sells the most darling wooden toys.  My most favorite? Her extensive line of hand painted peg people.  Any character you can imagine is found here and if you don't see what you're looking for, she does custom orders.  But you'll find a whole lot more over here than just peg dolls.

To enter to win go over to Fancie Fannies and then come back and leave me a comment telling me what you'd spend the $30 dollars on in her shop.


For even more excitement, head over to If Only They Would Nap for Jess' Silly Mustaches Tutorial.


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7 comments:

  1. I am struggling to decide but I love the SweetTreats Game, Schroom Tic Tac Toe adn the WeeTown. (This is way more than $30 but it would be a start!!)
    I also love the Feeling a little Loopsy doll, especially Bee!!
    Wow what a great site.

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  2. The sweet treats game is cute! The ninja turtles are tempting too! :)

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  3. The wee town I love! Melamom@juno.com

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  4. I'd have to put it toward getting a nativity set ... my kids need one they are allowed to play with so they'll leave my ceramic set alone! lol
    joellemarie72 at yahoo dot com

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  5. I love the sweet treats game and we've been working on counting a lo recently... but those pirates are so cool. I think my boy would be most enthused by the bus though; anything with wheels haha!

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  6. I love the birthday candle holders and the ninja turtles!

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  7. I like the school bus, and the twilight tribute and the winter blocks!

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