Easter Bunny S'Mores in a Jar: Make an Easter Treat!

Easter Bunny S'Mores in a Jar

Look what's hoppin'! It's Easter Bunny S'Mores in a Jar!

Add Peeps-brand Easter Bunny marshmallow candies to our S'Mores In A Jar recipe for a sweet Easter treat that's fun to make, fun to give.

Layering graham cracker crumbs, Peeps-brand candies, brown sugar and chocolate chips, it's easy to create this Spring gift in a jar.

Printable egg-shaped gift tags with recipe instructions make a pretty seasonal craft.

Easter Nest Cookies: Recipe for a Hoppy Easter Treat!

Easter Nest Cookie Recipe

Tender cookie "nests" are an Easter favorite in the Ewer house!

Tangy dough is rolled in tinted coconut to form pretty nest-shaped treats.

Use seasonal chocolate-covered almond candies to decorate these pretty Easter cookies.

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Warning! Site Updates Underway

Under Construction

Our site network is undergoing a major upgrade; if you can read this, you've reached the new version of Organized Christmas.

As part of the upgrade, we've weeded out stale pages, reorganized the entire printables library, and consolidated many pages so it's easier to find the information you need.

While we've done our best to get things tidy and squared away, expect to see a few rough edges over the next few days. Behind the scenes, we're working fast and furiously to mop up the last loose ends--so thanks for your patience!

Stress Free Holiday Guide--In The News!

Cut Holiday Stress

Ready to cut stress for the holidays? Now on newsstands, get great tips (from somebody you know!) in the current issue of Woman's Day magazine.

Our editor, Cynthia Ewer, is featured for the cover story--but don't miss great ideas from other sources.

They'll help you cut holiday stress as you prepare for an organized Christmas:

Stress-Free Holiday Guide from Woman's Day

Black Friday Creep: Will You Change Your Shopping Plans?

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Veterans Day Tribute: Thanking Our Veterans and Service Members

My Marine Son

As the mother of a U.S. Marine, and mother-in-law to a sailor in the U.S. Navy, Veterans Day has special meaning for me. Today, I would like to thank my son Ryan and my daughter-in-law Elizabeth for their service to our country--and extend that gratitude to all America's veterans and active duty service members.

From the mom's chair, I've had a close-up view of the very special strains and stresses encountered by our young people in service, and by the family members who support them as they serve.

Over the years, I've watched my son progress from recruit to Staff Sergeant, and held him close in my heart as he went through two overseas deployments.

On September 11, 2001, Ryan called me from his barracks before dawn to let me know his unit had been placed on high alert--and that call led to this writer's most-read, most-published piece of work: My Child, My Home, My Country: A Marine Mom Speaks. That essay still speaks for my feelings today.

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Organized Christmas Mentioned In Woman's Day Magazine!

Woman's Day Magazine

Want to get organized for Christmas? Check out this issue of Woman's Day, now on sale--because somebody we know has a nice mention!

Organized Christmas editor Cynthia Ewer was interviewed about planning for the holiday season. Find our quotes on Page 40, as we weigh in on how to get organized for Christmas.

The November 1 edition of Woman's Day is on newstands now, so check it out ... to see our name in lights!

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Blog Badges: Decorate Your Online Space!

OrganizedChristmas.comYou asked for it, you got it: blog badges from Organized Christmas!

These small linked images, or "badges", will help you tell the world how you get organized for the holidays.

Grab the code below to decorate your blog with these blog badges from OrganizedChristmas.com:

Children's Holiday Treat: It's Perry's Christmas Adventure!

Cub Reporter Perry Bear EwerLooking for holiday fun for youngsters (and the young at heart)? Follow cub reporter Perry Bear on the trail of his special Santa, with Perry's Christmas Adventure!

A series of letters written by a traveling teddy bear, Perry's Christmas Adventure will post a new episode every day from December 15 through Christmas Day.

Follow Perry as he learns about Santa, makes a list, and travels to New York City to find his special Santa. Will the Ewer bear family have a visit from Santa Claus?

Perry's Christmas Adventure

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