The presents are all purchased,wrapped and under the tree.
Our tradition is to never tag who the gifts are for, but to use different wrapping paper for each person.
Trying to figure out which gifts were for who was always fun for our daughters when they were young.
Now that we are also buying for sons-in-law and grandchildren it can get confusing.
I almost need a chart to help me remember!
"Now who gets the wrap with the gingerbread cookies on it?"
White satin ribbon, found in the wedding section of the Dollar Tree, is my ribbon of choice for several years now.
This year some manila shipping tags, stamped with L-O-V-E, J-O-Y, P-E-A-C-E, or H-O-P-E
are another hint about who the gift is for.
I like the homespun look of brown paper packages with some type of simple pattern on them.
Tomorrow the last of the Christmas cards will go in the mail.
Then I will do some holiday baking.
I'm grateful that I got all of the shopping done early this year.
Just turned one year old granddaughter and her big sister have already taken a few pre-Christmas test drives on the youngest's Christmas gift, a rocking moose.
I hope you are enjoying this last week before the Big Day!