Easy DIY Gifts & Culinary Projects for the Holiday Season
For many of us, who are so busy in the rat race of day to day living, for them, giving gifts equals to going to the nearest store, and buying lots and lots of things, which they can afford or they cannot afford, while ticking the names off the future receivers, from their lists. More
Table of Contents
Project One – Making Chocolates Right at Home
Project Two – Scented Eggshell Mold Candles
Project Three - Cut Glass
Project Four - Snowflake Paper Stencils
Project Five - Homemade French Almond Macarons
Getting Ready your Baking Equipment
Project Six - Stocking Filler for Men: Original Jerky/Pemmican and Sausages
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Christmas is a coming, as well as Hanukkah, and as it is the time and season of goodwill and Peace unto All, and blessings upon one and all, you would want to give plenty of gifts to your near and dear ones.
For many of us, who are so busy in the rat race of day to day living, for them, giving gifts equals to going to the nearest store, and buying lots and lots of things, which they can afford or they cannot afford, while ticking the names off the future receivers, from their lists.
Some are lucky enough to tell their secretaries, all right, Ms, or Mrs. XYZ, could you do my Christmas shopping the next time you go around the stores? A majority of men. I have noticed, under this category because seriously speaking, I have not found any man of my acquaintance who really enjoy spending lots and lots of time, shopping, especially in hectic crowds. They just enter a shop, look around, look at the crowds, go to the nearest shelf, pick up whatever is present on that shelf, and get out as fast as they can. And I am not joking!
On the other hand, teenagers, ladies, and children love to spend lots and lots of time just browsing through shops, looking for best bargains, haggling over prices, – this is a necessary part of the shopping ritual in many parts of the world, even today – and asking the people around them, whether this item or that item is a better buy, especially when one is buying accessories!
But in this book, I am going to teach you how to make gifts, right at home. And the joy of adding another skill to your repertoire of skills is going to make you feel warm, throughout the holiday season.
It is November now, and you have a whole month, to make these amazing gifts, right at home. I am going to give you tips and techniques as well as points, which you are going to implement, especially when you say to yourself, why did not I think of this before.
Some of these projects include a little bit of cookery including baking and making chocolates. You may also want to know how to make beauty products, full of natural ingredients. And perhaps you may want to keep these gifts for yourself because they look so good, smell so good, and best of all, taste so good.
So enjoy the holiday season, and know that it is much blessed to give than to receive! Also, enjoy this book, because it has been made with lots of mirth, good cheer, and fun. The gifts that you are going to make, were demonstrated by my more experienced friends, while I took photos, and occasionally lend a helping hand so that I could say truly, with hand on heart, hey, I made them – when actually it is, I helped in their making – and others were my own projects, where I used to stop midway, in the process to take a snap. That is why, if you think this book to be more like a DIY project book with the instructions given like they do in wiki – how at least that is going to show you where you are going right, especially in the step-by-step instructions!
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