Happy Holidays! I know many of you are in a flurry of crafting and baking right now, but I know some of you are also looking for last minute ideas for gifts to make.
Here are a few suggestions:
I have a friend entranced by peg people, which got me thinking about those little people again! One of my favorite Pinterest sites has this to offer: https://www.pinterest.com/queenslace/peg-dolls/
My oldest daughter and I have been making straw stars. I think this is a great project for children who are middle school (ie, age 12) and up. Here is a link to order supplies: http://www.germanplaza.com/productcart/pc/viewCategories.asp?idCategory=280
Here is a list of 10 Waldorf Christmas crafts. I love “cinnamon ornaments” and think having little ones make these for a grandparents Christmas tree is always lovely: http://www.valleywaldorf.org/10-waldorf-christmas-crafts-kids/
Here are free projects from The Silver Penny: http://www.thesilverpenny.com/FreeProjects.html
Wee Folk Art also has much to offer: http://weefolkart.com/
Last year, my last minute gifts included peppermint bark, savory salt, and grain free granola. Things one makes in the kitchen are always good gifts!
Please do share what you are making this year!
We are making a few of these for family members, my son,9, is making a felt owl and my daughter (6) is making paper versions. http://www.downeastthunderfarm.com/bird-patterns/
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