Have you taken the "handmade holidays" pledge?
Handmade Christmas gifts add meaning and connection to holiday giving--while reducing commercialism, encouraging green giving and reducing packaging and clutter.
Going handmade does take some doing, however. You'll want to start early to complete handmade gifts in good time.
The simplest way to keep track of gifts-in-progress? Make and keep a Gifts To Make inventory list.
Whether you use our free printable form, or record projects on a simple notebook page, tracking projects means you're more likely to complete them.
Reviewed weekly, it'll remind you of planned homemade gifts.
Handmade is hot, so get crafting--and get organized!
Dairy products are best stored very cold--but in-the-door shelves are the refrigerator's hot spots. Store dairy products in the coldest zone in the fridge, usually on the lowest shelf towards the back. To make it easy to retrieve the milk, use a rotating turntable to cycle the carton in and out of the cold zone.