The best ever buttermilk pancake recipe you ever did need! They are super easy and this batch is juuust big enough to share 😉 it’s what your weekend mornings crave and so will you!! These pancakes are super fluffy, making them the perfect sponges to soak up all that butter and maple syrup! I love […] […]Fluffy Buttermilk Pancakes — the hungry crumb — My Meals are on Wheels
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WRAPPING PAPER IDEAS THAT WON’T COST A FORTUNE…
- Newspaper – It is an incredible option for eco-friendly gift wrapping for a number of reasons; it’s recyclable, it’s an item that many receive for free or for a very reasonable price, and it also comes with a design that will make every present unique. My daughter has used this for her girl’s presents a lot recently.
- Fabric – Wrapping in old fabric is a great idea that will save you a lot of money. You could even cut it up to use as ribbon if so desired. I am sure most of us have an old sheet, used clothing, tea towels etc.
- Re-usable gift bags – I have used these for years and make my own gift tags for them.
- Used brown paper bags – a number of shops or items I have bought online have been sent to me in a brown gift bag. Some have their logo on them but I have still reused them as they look so lovely.
- Plain brown paper – this can be bought very cheaply and can soon be done up to look like something special.
- Last year’s calendar – Another great one for small gifts or to keep for a birthday on that specific month.
- Old baskets or hampers – if you do not have any you can buy them cheap enough from the £1 shop and could be filled with food or other items for that special person.
- Old Maps – as we don’t use these anymore they can make a lovely gift wrap.
- Boxes – I am sure you have all had something delivered in a box over the last few weeks. Just peel off the stickers and wrap some ribbon around the box and it will look amazing.
- Old Socks – these are great for body lotion bottles, perfume bottles etc.