Inexpensive thank you gift ideas are just what you need to keep your volunteers going. They’re amazing, and they need to know it!
We all know that one person who works tirelessly to volunteer and give, give, give. If you’re lucky, several people come to mind! They don’t do it for money or appreciation. But you know what? Appreciation never gets old.
You don’t have to give them a gift card for a fancy restaurant. Little touches go a long way when it comes to brightening someone’s day.
And if you’re tasked with getting a pile of thank you gifts for everyone who volunteered at the school this year, no worries. This list should help you get the job done and stay inside the budget!
So even if you’re pinching pennies or going through a #yearofno, you can still find ways to make the good people in your life feel valued. After all, no one likes the division in people that’s in the news every day. You can bring people together, and it has to start in our small communities.
Do you need a school fundraising idea? This one is even great for sports or youth groups. If you hate to sell things but need to raise money, you’ll love this simple idea!
If your children are involved in any activities at all, then I bet you are tired of fundraising! In one short time, we were asked to sell cookie dough and pies for the school, candles for band, pizza and flowers for the sports team, and raffle tickets for the church.
If we participated in every fundraiser we were asked to do, our family would never want to see us again!
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Family pictures are a hassle. You have to book a photographer, find outfits for everyone, get through the day without tears, then remember to order your prints. Most of us probably have files of family photos that we never got around to printing. Which is a shame, because time moves quickly. We should hang those pictures up where we can enjoy them!
So why not blow the dust off of that SD card and order a beautiful canvas print? Many phones take beautiful photos that are worthy of being hung in your home. Photo canvases can be done affordably.
Inside: Funny Christmas tags are awesome, because you get to give them the gift of humor…plus whatever you bought. Grab these totally free printables!
Christmas gift tags are one of those things that doesn’t cost that much to grab at a dollar store. But why not save a buck where you can? And be honest…when was the last time you stopped at the dollar store and spent only a dollar?
That’s why I love to find free printable Christmas gift tags whenever I can. This year, I decided to try my hand at making some of my own. Since my family loves to joke and play, why not use funny Christmas tags?
No decent blogger can create something like this and keep it to themselves. So I’m sharing with you. Feel free to choose any of your favorites below to download and print yourself.
Celebrating a large family Christmas is a blend of chaos, entertainment, and love. But it can get expensive! Here’s how to keep it simple and affordable.
There’s something magical about Christmas morning. But it’s even more magical when you have a large family to share it with. There’s always someone to share dreams and excited giggles with, and that just makes the anticipation even better!
Big families are often full of at least a little chaos, so it’s only natural that Christmas would get a little extra crazy when you have a lot of children to shop for. But it doesn’t have to get out of hand.
This year, we’re adopting a simple idea that won’t cost much, won’t take a lot of time, but will (ideally) change the feel of the way we celebrate the season. Learn the easy steps you can take to recreate this idea with your own family!
These Christmas shopping tips don’t take much effort, but they can save you a bundle on all your holiday shopping this season!
It was December 23rd. Hubby and I had spread piles of gifts all across our bed. We wanted to be sure we had all of our bases covered. We carefully counted the number of gifts in each pile. Looks good! But, wait…what happened here? This one child seems to be coming up short.
We counted again, hoping we had somehow missed something. But, no. It was certain. One child was being shorted compared to the others.