*Easy* Holiday Neighbor Gift

Last Christmas we were in the midst of a remodel and I had zero time for putting together neighbor gifts (or at least baking them!)  I needed something that didn’t involve cooking, but still wanted something fun and festive.  I decided to buy a big box of one of my favorite holiday cleaning products, Mrs. Meyers Counter Spray and Dish Soap in Peppermint and share those!  I created a quick tag and shared the idea on Instagram and this season, a whole year later, I’m getting messages asking for a refresher on what I did, so I figured I’d give it a permanent home here on my blog so you can reference later!

I purchased my products on Amazon, but realized after that it’s about the same price on the Mrs. Meyers website.  And you could use any favorite, festive cleaning product, here!  I just happen to love this one.  I popped one of these in a cellophane bag and tied it up with a ribbon.

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Label Your Cute Bundles

I just grabbed a pack of Avery Labels 2-inch round labels.  I didn’t use any fancy editing equipment.  The Avery website has free design templates that make this super easy and I just selected this cute graphic and then added my text to say “May Even Your Dishes Be Merry & Bright” . (And “May Even Your Counters Be Merry & Bright). 

Tie up your holiday gifts and share!

And There you go- so, so easy!  I made a ton of these and kept them in a box by my door.  It was easy to deliver and also exchange if someone happened to stop by our house, first!  I hope this is helpful to some of you who are looking for an easy idea for a fun, festive, and USEFUL, gift!

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Sara Wells

Sara Wells co-founded Our Best Bites in 2008. She is the author of three Bestselling Cook Books, Best Bites: 150 Family Favorite RecipesSavoring the Seasons with Our Best Bites, and 400 Calories or Less from Our Best Bites. Sara’s work has been featured in many local and national news outlets and publications such as Parenting MagazineBetter Homes & GardensFine CookingThe Rachel Ray Show and the New York Times.

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