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Edible Gift Ideas and Holiday Crafts | I’m Lovin’ It

 

6 Delicious Food Present and Edible Gifts

 
Food present and edible gifts are always a hit to make for family, friends and neighbors.  These food present Christmas treats are pictured tutorials or recipe how to‘s for homemade honey butter, peppermint bark, easy fudge wreath, and more!
 
Here are a few of my favorite Homemade Gifts and Food Present recipe how to’s I’ve shared on TidyMom in the past.

I’m Lovin’ Edible Holiday Gifts

 

6 Delicious Edible Gifts and Food Present Ideas at TidyMom.net

Cinnamon Honey Butter

Decorated Christmas Cookie Recipe

Snowflake Cookies

Christmas Tree Peppermint Bark

Cream Cheese Pound Cake

Easy Fudge Wreath

 

6 Holiday Craft & Homemade Gift Ideas

Make homemade Christmas crafts, handmade gifts, Christmas decor with fun family traditions and activities. Including handmade Christmas decorations, wreath, and ornaments.

I’m Lovin’ Homemade Holiday Crafts & Gifts

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6 Handmade Holiday Crafts at TidyMom.net

Dollar Store Decor 

Ornament Wreath

Homemade Sugar Scrubs

Monogrammed Stenciled Canvas Bag

Etched Glass Bowl

Handmade Ornaments

 
It’s time for the Holly Bloggy Christmas Bash

 

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Holly Bloggy Christmas Bash

Monday Dec. 13 Homemade Gifts hosted by Tater Tots and Jello
Tuesday Dec. 14 Christmas Crafts hosted by Craft Envy
Wednesday Dec. 16 Christmas Decor hosted by The Shabby Chic Cottage
Thursday Dec. 16 Christmas Recipes hosted by Simply Sweet Home
Friday Dec. 17 Christmas Edition I’m Lovin’ It hosted by ME! TidyMom

 

I can’t wait to see what YOU are Lovin’! 

 

Now it’s your turn!

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Let us know what you’re lovin’ this week!




 

 

 
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Cheryl Sousan

A self-proclaimed neat freak, Cheryl chronicles her journey through homemaking on her blog, TidyMom.net, where she shares recipes, tutorials, crafting and her ever-growing love for photography. This St. Louis mom juggles her passion for life, her daughters and her tiger-loving husband, all while her obsession with tidiness cleans up the trail blazed behind her. Google+

60 comments

  1. Hi Cheryl, thanks so much for hosting and Merry Christmas!

  2. Thanks so much for hosting!

  3. Thanks for hosting, I linked up!

  4. I linked up my cherry tassies which are awesome anytime of the year! Thanks!

  5. Thanks for the great roundup, Cheryl! I love all the ideas.

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  7. Merry Christmas, Cheryl!

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  9. All of these photographs look beautiful! I’m going to check them out.

  10. What a holly jolly roundup Cheryl!

  11. Thanks for hosting the link up! Merry Christmas!

  12. Thanks so much for hosting this party! I’m loving all things kitchen. I linked up My Favorite Things in the Kitchen which have been helping me churn out all those Christmas Cookies.

  13. I linked up my yummy rocky road bars

  14. Hi, I’m Heidi from Heidi’s Recipes. Thanks for throwing such an informative and inspiring linky party. I added your button and linked my Holiday Mock Thin Mints. They are great for using up leftover melting chocolate and broken candy canes. Plus you can get out your holiday frustrations by bashing a few candy canes:) Merry Christmas!

  15. Cheryl…I love your collages of all of your holiday projects! Everything is gorgeous!!! Can’t wait to see all of the link ups!

  16. Thank you for hosting! My yarn ball wreath is super frugal and easy to make. Have a great weekend.

  17. So many gorgeous ideas!! Love it!! 😉

  18. Thank you for hosting! It’s so fun to see what others make!

  19. I am linking up Peppermint Fudge Cupcake Jars. So yummy!

  20. Thanks for hosting, I linked up the Christmas “Bell” ornament my daughter and I made.

  21. Hi Cheryl,
    We just linked up the first 5 of our series of quick and inexpensive holiday ideas. Hope you like them! Thanks for hosting, and Merry Christmas!

  22. Hi Cheryl!

    I linked up with my Christmas Decorations for this year! Thanks for hosting!

  23. Hi Cheryl, I linked up #144, my blue balls, and kitty cats decor, it was fun, and easy. Oh and I have a couple questions on that room that maybe the TIDY MOM can helo me out with, PLEASE,,, if anyone can give me some advice, maybe you can lol.

    Have a great day, and thanks for hosting.

    Bella :)

  24. Hi Cheryl! I found your blog through one of my favorites – Bake at 350. I live in St. Louis as well – just moved back after living in Chicago for 6 years. You are only the second STL blogger I’ve found so far. You have a fantastic blog! :)

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  32. YAY!! I linked up #71

    p.s. My hubby and I are taking your cinnamon butter gift idea and gifting lil jars just like that but with cinnamon peanut butter! :)

  33. I follow Hun…Whats for dinner on facebook! :)

  34. I follow Kinely Lane Designs on facebook! :)

  35. I follow Simply Sweet home on facebook! :)

    Thanks so much for hosting, Cheryl!!! :)

  36. Linking up for the first time, Enjoying I’m Lovin’ it Christmas!

  37. I’m linked up to number 148. Thanks for hosting. What great ideas and new blogs I have found!

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  42. What a cool Christmas link! I can’t wait to start clicking!

  43. Another great Lovin’ It Party Cheryl. Sorry that I had to miss it. Your edible gifts are beautiful as are your Christmas crafts.

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  45. I’m loving all the time I’m spending with my family this season.

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