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100 Days of Homemade Holiday Inspiration

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The 100 Days of Homemade Holiday Inspiration for 2019 is here! Each day we will be sharing easy homemade recipes, decorating ideas, crafts, homemade gift ideas and much more!

Some of my favorite memories are not big, crazy holiday where we ran non-stop, drove to every family member that invited us, or had no time to even talk to each other. ⁠
It’s the small things – like Love Buckets on Valentine’s DayCountdown Bags on New Year’s Eve, or SIMPLE Christmas recipes and ideas! 

THIS is why I am on a mission – why I want to help YOU build those special memories with your family as well! ⁠
BUT here’s the thing my friend – we are busy, EVERY.SINGLE.PERSON is busy – so let’s simplify these special days.

We are excited to be entering into our 7th year for this popular holiday series. You will find easy recipes, simple crafts, gifts to make for friends and family, and easy ways to decorate your home!

Click on the photo to see the recipe or project! Visit the ideas from the previous years by clicking on the photos at the bottom of the page. 

     Christmas Appetizer   DIY Christmas Cards

Peppermint Punch Hot Fudge Recipe in Jars for Christmas Gifts    Christmas Popcorn    Breakfast Gift Basket

Random Acts of Kindness  Charcuterie Board Gift Idea   Chalkboard Christmas Printable    Christmas Slime

Experience Gift Ideas  White Elephant Gift Ideas    Oreo Balls for Christmas    Decorate Store Bought Cake

Christmas Cookies    Chocolate Trifle with Peppermint    Chocolate Lollipops for Christmas    Chocolate Peppermint Cupcakes

Peppermint Snowball Cookies    Red Velvet Hot Chocolate    White Chocolate Peppermint Chex Mix    Christmas Craft

Christmas Movie Night Printables    Cream Cheese Mints    Christmas Coloring Pages    Movie Night Gift Idea

Pine Cone Elves    Christmas Dining Room Decor    Farmhouse Christmas Wreath    Christmas Trees Decorating Ideas

Organizing Christmas Decorations    Simple Christmas Decorating Ideas    Living Room Christmas Decor    Chex Mix Recipe

DIY Decorated Candles    puff Pastry Appetizer    Vanilla Christmas Fudge    Yule Log Cake

How to Tie a Bow    Eggnog Recipe    Marshmallow Snowmen in Hot Cocoa Cup Gift    Homemade Cranberry Sauce Gift Idea

DIY Nail Polish Mugs    Coffee Cake Gift Idea    Homemade Candy Gift for Christmas    Snack Mix for Christmas

Bread Gift Ideas    Peanut Butter Blossoms       Russian Tea Cakes

Cake Mix Cookies made into whoopie pies    Graham Cracker Log    Christmas Cookies Recipe    Cookie Exchange Printables

Christmas Ornament Gift Basket    Kids Baking Gift Basket    Italian Gift Basket    Gift Basket for Creative Kids

College Student Gift Basket    Gift Baskets for Men    Christmas Basket with Printables    Peppermint Bark

Christmas Candy Crunch    Peppermint Marshmallows    Chocolate Strawberry Truffles    Peppermint Popcorn Balls

Crock Pot Candy    Chocolate Covered Pretzels    Coffee Cake with Sour Cream    Caramel Pecan Sticky Buns

Fruit Salad Recipe    Bread Twist    Breakfast Board    Breakfast Casserole

Christmas Breakfast    Crab Stuffed Mushrooms    Cheese Ball Recipe    Cheese Fondue

Spinach Dip    Fruit and Vegetable Tray    Easy Entertaining Tips   

Christmas Dinner Ideas    Gift Basket Ideas    Christmas Dessert Recipes    Christmas Gift Ideas

Christmas Candy Recipes    Christmas Party Food    Jam Cake    Christmas Printables

Gifts from the Kitchen    Reindeer Food    DIY Christmas Table Centerpiece    Music Playlist

Christmas Eve Traditions    Countdown Bags for New Year's Eve    New Year's Eve Party Favors    100 Days of Homemade Holiday Inspiration

Please join us every day as we spread the Holiday spirit!

Homemade Holiday Inspiration

Click on the photos below to see more inspiration from the previous years

Homemade Holiday Inspiration        







  1. What a wonderful idea – to have a calendar for homemade gifts! Yummy recipes and great presentations. Thanks for sharing all these. I will certainly try a few ASAP!

  2. Gail Holcomb says:

    I just read your email and please don’t feel guilty about taking a break! You sure have a lot on your plate and need to take care of your clients. I am new to your blog and am enjoying the 100 days of homemade holiday inspiration. I can go back to your previous years and have plenty of projects! My granddaughter and I love your site!

    1. Thank you so much for your kind words Gail! Sometimes life throws us a curve ball and we just need to roll with it.

  3. Love Christmas decorating ideas and especially the homemade ones, thank you,

    1. Thrilled you like the ideas! Thanks for stopping by!

  4. I keep getting a error when I sign up for this . It says •ReferenceError: ‘Promise’ is undefined, Please help [email protected] First name Judy

    1. Hi Judy, I checked and it’s working for me. I’ll sign you up manually. Thank you for subscribing!

  5. Thanks for sharing the great ideas! i can’t wait to try some of them out this Christmas!

  6. Sarah Hutchinson says:

    Where do you source the tubes for the hot chocolate kit idea please ?

  7. Beth Swanson says:

    Very nice ideas, well put together! Enjoyed looking at everything!

  8. The “How to make a perfect bow” article under 2014’s Day 14 is missing- I get an error saying it doesn’t exist.

  9. Do you post how to does with any of these? I looked at the first one and no how to do. The frosted jars with the snowflake. I love the snowflake. Then I have to ask do you put all this out before Christmas, through the year, or do you accumulate then and do them and have come up with 100? Interesting concept. Although I admit I work on my all year. I have 5/6 theme’s and rotate them. This year is Silver/snowflake.

  10. Sonya Eaton says:

    I haven’t seen any added on for awhile to this page. I only get through 52. Am I missing them somewhere? Thanks

  11. Thanks a bunch. 🙂 I guess it can come in handy as I’m on a student-budget.

  12. Michelle Doerr says:

    Sorry. I guess I was just a little excited to see this. I guess when I saw the link and nothing posted yet, I got a little impatient. Thanks. I LOVE the site by the way. I made your 4th of July Firecrackers and everybody at the cookout commented on how cool they were. Of course, I told them where I found them.

    1. No worries Michelle, so glad you like the blog!

  13. Michelle Doerr says:

    Is Pinterest the only way to follow the 100 Days? I don’t have and do not wish to have a Pinterest account, but I would LOVE to be able to follow the 100 Day countdown.

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