This is the year to make some crafty stuff using natural garden ‘supplies’ because rustic, natural decorations are totally trendy right now.
The sweater was too large. Or, there’s no way you’ll let your newborn wear that New York Giants onesie from your relatives who live in North Jersey.
Walking through the toy department can seem a little foreign to those of us who haven’t ventured into this magical land since childhood, so here are a few gift ideas.
The Salvation Army of New Jersey is falling short of it’s goal for the 2012 holiday season. And the charity has only two days left to make up the difference.
Food Network Chef Keegan Gerhard shares his mother’s fruitcake recipe and proves that fruitcake can still be a delicious and special holiday treat.
Monday was the day after Christmas. That meant shoppers were packing the malls, cashing in on post-holiday bargains and returning those gifts that weren’t quite right.
Remember, it’s the thought that counts, and that’s why millions of Americans will head back into stores next week to return gifts that missed the mark during the holidays.
You can always give a gardening ‘gift certificate’ for the holidays, with a promise to help a neighbor dig or plant in the spring.
Some of the non-profits in Philadelphia are offering hand made gift ideas with the proceeds going straight back into community programs.
Chia is actually the common name of the Salvia hispanica plant, and the ‘pets’ are simply an easy way to sprout the seeds of this herb.
If you need a gift for a gardener, you can always go with gloves.
If you find yourself having to buy a holiday gift for someone you don’t know, or worse, a child you don’t really know, consider a quick visit to Kaboodle.com.
Giftag.com is a new way of keeping track of what you want this year, and sharing that info with others.