For our 'Teenage Christmas' theme this month I decided to make some cute Christmas Gift bags. You can squeeze loads of goodies into these gift bags - toiletries, chocolates, socks and more!
Mobile phone boxes with phone charms can be a fun way to send your Christmas wishes and include maybe a gift card or some pocket money in for the teenagers.
Stitch up this gorgeous hot water bottle cover as a perfect gift for any teenager (if you can bear to give it away!) using homemade pure wool felt. To prepare your own simply shrink a ‘hand wash only’ jumper by throwing it in the washing machine on a hot wash. I used a vintage Benetton cashmere number which looks and feels nothing short of luxurious!
I’m out of touch with what teenagers like now a days! Something to eat or spend if I remember correctly?
This month, our theme is 'Teenage Christmas' and I had NO IDEA what I was going to do, as I haven't been involved with teenagers so wasn't sure what they would like, but I thought about it and realised that all teenagers would like a voucher or an envelope with money in it, so that is what I came up with.
Decorate storage jars with frosted paint and air dry clay to make attractive Thank You gifts. Fill with candies, dried fruits, nuts or bath salts.
Tuck Ferrero Rocher sweeties into this pretty cotton reel box with matching gift tag to say a special Thank You with a hidden surprise!
Sew your appreciation by stitching this sweet applique caravan and lace heart - add pot pourri or fragranced oil to the filling.
Express your thanks with this unique stylish Squinty Standing Card with tag.