DECEMBER 3RD, 2008 1:02PM PST 

11 Responses to “Christmas Roundup”

  1. celia Says:

    I come to this site everyday and I have to confess I adore it! You’ve helped me so much to find great ways to make wonderful gifts for this holidays!
    Thanks!

  2. Kelly | Purple Lemon Designs Says:

    Thanks so much for linking to my wallpaper and card Rachel…I appreciate you so much!

  3. katy Says:

    lOVE lOVE the photo block ornaments. what a great look (and so clever!)

  4. Ms.Tee Says:

    those photo block ornaments are so cute! I’m going to have to make those for a new baby in our family! :0)

  5. heather Says:

    Love the photo block ornaments!

  6. Flassie Says:

    Click Flassie if you’d like to see a gift idea I made one year.

    We are going to start making cookies and I’d like some that
    will freeze well until it’s time to give them away as gifts.

    I need to find the Ginger Biscotti recipe I like so much. I think
    it was in Country Living’s November 97 issue or 98. Of course
    I tore it out and now I might have to go to the Library and see
    if I can find it there if I can’t find where I placed it.

    I did find a recipe that must be the same thing as Biscotti called,
    Mandelbrot. I also think they are called Twice Baked Cookies.

    I think I will make bread too and I like that idea you put a link
    up to for holding the bread.

    Thanks so much for all the wonderful links!

    God Bless You and Yours!!!

  7. Katie Says:

    Those fabric gift tags are FABULOUS!

  8. Amy from Texas Says:

    Oooh you found some great free downloads! Thanks.
    -Amy

  9. Leigh-Ann Says:

    Thanks for sharing me Rach! Your site is so awesome :]
    Love Leigh-Ann :)

  10. Missy Says:

    Thanks for the blog luv! Mwah!
    Missy

  11. Anton Depinho Says:

    Over the door shoe organizers are an excellent place to start when it comes to saving space with shoe organization. These products made of are simple sheets of fabric with pouches that hang over your door and store anywhere from ten to thirty pair of shoes, depending on the model. The over door shoe organizer is a nicer version of this simple product. Rather than just simple pouches, it has plastic compartments that keep the shoes safe from dust, dirt and moisture. This particular model can hold up to thirty pairs of shoes easily on almost any door in your home.

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