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Tis the season to spread joy and happiness to those around you. Since we moved to our new neighborhood I have experienced so much joy myself. I simply love my neighbors. I’ve never lived in an area where everyone is so nice, caring and fun! Starting a you’ve been elfed neighborhood tradition is something anyone can do.
American Greetings makes gifting so much fun! At Walmart that you can find several creative gift ideas to included in your You’ve been elfed gift basket. You can also enter to win the #MerryAndBright Sweepstakes to various prizes. They include Walmart eGift Cards ($100 or $500) or a Family Holiday Kit of American Greetings products, a plush polar bear, two holiday movies, and a family board game!
You’ve Been Elfed Gift Basket Instructions
Visit your local Walmart and go to the American Greetings section. Bring this Ibotta Offer for $2.00 back with you to save even more money! You can find promotional plush bears, Greeting cards, multiple pack greeting cards, holiday stickers, treat bags, gift bags, tissue paper, roll wrap, bows, ribbon and cellophane wrap.
I added a Rudolf Mason Jar filled with delicious M&M’S Peanut Fun Size items. Who doesn’t love to receive chocolate?
To make your own Rudolf Mason Jar simply hot glue a red button to the front for his nose and glue googly eyes above. Use a chalk marker to draw his mouth and eyebrows. Cut two brown cleaners then attach smaller pieces as the antlers. Fill with M&M’S Peanut Fun Size items and screw lid on. It’s that easy!
This will let your neighbors know how to make their own gift to give others and keep the tradition going. It’s really simple and fun, not something that will add stress to your holiday season. We have enough of that, don’t we?
If you are looking for more holiday fun and kids crafts for your family to enjoy check out the Blue Mountain website with 12 Days of Christmas Inspiration
Are you excited to start this fun tradition in your neighborhood?