Puzzler Puzzle Mat: Make-It-Now Gift

Make a puzzle mat

Every parent knows the story: jigsaw puzzles are fun to work, but tough to work around. What's the solution to tying up table tops or floor space with a puzzle in progress?

Its a Puzzler! This one-seam easy-sew puzzle mat allows puzzles to be worked at will, then rolled up and stowed away between play sessions. It's crafted from a short length of craft felt and a recycled gift wrap roller.

Make them in multiples for the holidays. The Puzzler puzzle mat is perfect for teacher gifts. Paired with a new jigsaw puzzle, the Puzzler Puzzle Mat makes a special family gift.

Chocolate Coffee Spoons: Easy Holiday Gift to Make!

Chocolate-dipped coffee spoons are an easy homemade holiday gift. Make them simple and sweet or dazzle the tastebuds with custom flavors and colored chocolate melts!

Our basic recipe for chocolate coffee spoons outlines the method, but check out specialty recipes, too.

Whether they're white chocolate drizzled with holiday colors, or dressed up with crushed candy canes, chocolate coffee spoons are sure to please the coffee lover on your holiday gift list.

Peaches and Cream Bath Salts In A Jar

Peaches and Cream Bath Salts

Looking for an easy (and inexpensive) holiday gift? Try Peaches & Cream Bath Salts in a Jar!

Pretty layered bath salts make a perfect gift for teens, co-workers or teachers. This inexpensive gift-in-a-jar offers the fresh scent of peaches and soothing salts in a pretty pastel package.

This recipe makes 12 gift jars at a cost approximately $1.50 per jar.

To make it easy to create a pretty gift, we've Included free printable gift tags! Sized to fit beneath a standard canning jar lid, our printable Bath Salts in a Jar tags can also be used as a hang tag.

Tips for Holiday Season Travel

Will you visit family or take a Christmas holiday?

Between tight security, cramped airports and busy highways, holiday-season travel can be a big source of Christmas stress.

Whether you're flying or driving, being prepared means you'll be better able to roll with the inevitable punches.

Try these tips to keep the “happy” in holiday travel:

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