No More Overspending: ReGift, Craft and DIY Wreath Christmas Presents

In my last post I shared with you how I used to spend $3,000 on Christmas.  That money sucking tradition is over.  I really don’t want to do that again this year.  Since I have so many nice new things in all my storage bins, I decided to do some regifting and make some crafts for gifts.  A friend of mine gave me the idea that she was making gifts this Christmas.  So I decided I would do the same things since I have an obnoxious amount of craft supplies on hand.  Bonus it helps me follow my number 1 rule of “I need more things going out of my house than coming in!”  As I was going through my craft supply bins, I found wreath wire, burlap ribbon, buffalo plaid ribbon and Christmas picks.  I had bought them all at deep clearance last year.  I made a beautiful burlap Christmas wreath for my Ladies Cookie Tasting and White Elephant Party for free!  Well, sort of free, from money spent last year!  In the video link below I shared a few regifting treasures and made a personalized Martini Shaker and Glass set for another girl’s Christmas dinner.

One thought on “No More Overspending: ReGift, Craft and DIY Wreath Christmas Presents

  1. Authoress51 says:

    I love regifting! You just have to be careful. If you are regifting something to your family member, be sure it isn’t from someone she is close to. Example; don’t give your son in laws mother something your son or daughter gave you. When I receive something I won’t use, I keep the tag and keep it out of the same circles.

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