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opentypeA opentypeA 6 years
I dunno, what I look forward to the most each year is making the cookies my mom and I give out to everyone. That defines Christmas for me. :-)
lawchick lawchick 7 years
I really love receiving handmade/homemade gifts! Prob my favorite gift last year was a scarf a friend knitted for me. Unfortunately, I have neither the time or patience to make gifts to give. I often buy handmade things as gifts, though!
Renees3 Renees3 7 years
A lot of these actually don't take that much time. I'm making a lot of lavendar eye masks and yea the first one took me a while, but now I can do it pretty darn quick. And being able to do it in my spare time doesn't cost me anything. I'd rather be making something special for my friends and family then watching TV or something.
charliesangel charliesangel 7 years
This is cool! Your loved ones will definitely be touched when they knew that you did it yourself just for them. Speaking of sentimental values.
skigurl skigurl 7 years
to me, the time to make something isn't worth the money saved economically speaking, your time cost is 1/2 your hourly salary, so i would have to be saving tons of money and be able to do these things pretty quick to make them worth my while
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