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Party and Special Occasion Gift Bags and Cards Surprise Steal!

Dress up every gift with fine style and thoughtful sentiment by spending a crafty evening with this collection of Party and Special Occasion Gift Bags and Cards. With everything you need to beautifully dress up any gift, this steal is the perfect way to stock up on supplies to make the holidays look and feel their best. From sturdy and elegant gift bags to selections of delicate tissue paper and blank gift cards, all at one heck of a steal of a deal, you’ll be ready to present your loved ones with the most heartfelt creations.

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Party and Special Occasion Gift Bags and Cards

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Itzy Ritzy Craft Cans Gift Ideas

We’re in for quite the treat today, and I don’t just mean the yummy gifts! Fall Design Team member Liz Qualman shows us a cute way to turn today’s steal, the Itzy Ritzy Craft Cans 2-Pack, into the perfect gift for neighbors, co-workers, teachers, or anyone else you can think of. Take it away, Liz!


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Looking for some comfy, cozy and inexpensive gift ideas?  Today is selling these adorable canisters.  The canisters are made of plastic and metal and are large enough to fit many different gift ideas.  I thought I would make one canister into a family meal gift basket and include a mason jar of homemade spaghetti sauce along with the canister full of pasta.  I also thought it would be fun to make a hot cocoa gift basket and send the marshmallow in this protective canister that will keep them fresh and safe.
The top of the canisters were easy to decorate.  I cut the patterned paper for the lids from the Simple Stories Handmade Holiday collection with my circle cutter and then added the matching cardstock stickers.  The cardstock stickers REALLY stick to the plastic on the canisters, so make sure you know exactly where you want them before you stick them in place.
What are some other fun elements you could add to the canisters for thoughtful gifts?  The sky is the limit, and these canisters are plenty big to hold many gift items.
Have a wonderful and crafty weekend.

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Liz, I love your ideas! I can’t think of anyone who wouldn’t love a giant container of marshmallows, especially if it’s part of a hot cocoa basket. 😉 It’s perfect for those cold winter days and your adorably decorated canister is still useful after the marshmallows are gone.

Thanks for stopping by everyone and be sure to tune in again on Wednesday for a new Mid Week Mojo and the Coral #7 winner announcement!

Mini Apple Pies and Coconut Snack Mix | DIY Holiday Treats

‘Tis the season and that means baked goods, gifting, and spreading holiday cheer! The adorable steal today, Martha Stewart Crafts Treat Packaging, is just begging to be filled with your favorite homemade goodies. Well today we have recipes for scrumptious mini apple pies and an addicting coconut snack mix that will be a hit with neighbors, friends, and family. Even better, they’re both super simple!

Mini Apple Pies



1 package premade pie crust dough
3 apples
1/3 cup sugar
2 tablespoons flour
1 tablespoon cinnamon
pinch of ground cloves



Peel and slice apples into small chunks. Add in sugar, flour, cinnamon and cloves and stir until equally coated. Preheat oven to 400 degrees and grease a cookie sheet. Roll out dough on a flat surface and cut out 4″ circles (I used the top of a large glass). Using one package of dough I got about 22 pies. Put a spoonful of apple mixture in the center of each circle. Dip your finger in water and coat water on the edge of the dough around the apples, then fold in half and press until sealed. Use a fork to add a decorative look to the edge of the pie and repeat until all are on your cookie sheet. Bake for 14-16 minutes or until light brown.

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Coconut Snack Mix


½ pkg Corn Chex

½ pkg Golden Grahams

1 1/2 cups shredded, sweetened coconut

8 oz sliced almonds

1 stick of butter

1 cup of sugar

1 cup of light corn syrup


Mix Corn Chex, Golden Grahams, coconut, and almonds in large bowl. Meanwhile, bring butter, sugar, and corn syrup to boil in sauce pan. Boil, while stirring often, for two minutes until it turns into a clear syrup. Pour over dry mixture and stir until coated evenly.


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Now we  have one matter of business to take care of, and that is announcing the winner of the November Blog Hop! Our lucky random winner comes to us from the blog of Kelly Wayment. The random winner of the $20.00 gift code to the store is Melissa D! Congrats Melissa. We hope that you have fun doing a little shopping and that you will be sure to share with us what you create. We’ll be in touch with you regarding your prize later today.

Thanks so much for participating! Be sure to come back on Friday for an inspiring Design Team feature and next Wednesday for the next installment in our Mid Week Mojo Coral series.

We R Memory Keepers 12×12 Washi Sheet Bundle | November Blog Hop

It’s time again to be inspired by our six amazing blog hop designers! They’ve taken today’s steal, We R Memory Keepers 12×12 Washi Sheet Bundle, to the next level! If you’re looking for new and innovative ways to use these amazing washi sheets then sit back, relax, and be inspired.

If you’d like to enter to win a $20 gift code:

Visit each of the designers’ blogs and leave a comment every stop along the way (including this post). This month’s random winner will be one lucky person who left a comment on one of the eight blogs! So, without further delay, here’s the line up:

  1. ScrapbookSteals (You are here—leave a comment!)
  2. Scraperie — Andrea Parker Eason 
  3. Señorita Scrapper — Madeleine Lopez
  4.  Shirley Shirley Bo Birley —Shirley Birley
  5.  Finding Time to Create —Kelly Wayment 
  6.  Scrappy Daylily—Cyndee Kawa
  7. Things That Shine—Ashley Calder

You have until 11:59MST on Sunday, November 4, to make your comment. Have a great time hopping!