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Halloween At Aunt Ethel's

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Halloween at Aunt Ethel's

It's what's on the inside that counts, right? Sure it is, but maybe that's not ALL that counts. For many of us, gift wrapping is half the fun of holiday gift giving! Fancy wrapping paper can be expensive and create additional waste. Let's take a look at some alternative approaches to giftwrapping that are easy on your pocketbook and the local landfill. Pre-cycle before you recycle. Newspaper makes great wrapping paper. The black and white graphic elements make a perfect background for you to get creative with lace, stickers or even duct tape! Wrapping for the kids? Use the comics. Wrapping for a football fan? Use the sports section. Wrapping for your great-aunt Ethel? Try the home and garden section.Clean out the glove-box. With GPS and the Internet guiding us, paper maps have become all but obsolete. Here's a way to declutter your car and add some color to your holiday gift-giving — wrap with maps and spruce it up with ribbons, broken and unwanted jewelry or even old keys from your junk drawer! Try your hand at Furoshiki. Furoshiki is the Japanese art of wrapping gifts in fabric. You can use anything from leftover Halloween costume scraps to a new scarf (a gift inside a gift). You can find Furoshiki tutorials on the Internet, or feel free to twist, tie and tuck until you get the look you want. Try using decorative hair-ties or ribbon to gather the fabric in interesting ways.Brown is the new green. Brown paper grocery bags make a great natural looking wrapping paper. Cut down the seam and around the bottom of the bag and you'll have a nice sized sheet for wrapping. Get the kids involved; let them color pictures on the bags or send them on a nature hike to find pretty leaves, pinecones and twigs to adorn the gifts.It's in the bag. If you prefer gift bags to wrapping, you can still be green on a budget. Consider reusable shopping bags (another gift inside a gift). Most stores offer them now, so you can get a variety of colors and sizes, and they're usually a dollar or less. Spruce them up with ribbons and homemade gift tags. If you're crafty, you can even sew your own!

He is survived by his mother and father, Ruthann and Jerry Snyder; three sisters, Cindy Marshall and husband, Tim; Sally Veira and husband Vernon; Dani Hejl and husband Frank, long time girl-friend Darci Anderson and numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, and faithful companion Gunner.

Survived by his parents, sisters Mackinzi & Koralee Jeffers, brothers Nick Maas, Isaac & Silas Prock. Grandparents Charles & Debra Jeffers of Martell. Loved by many aunts, uncles and cousins. Preceded in death by grandparents Michael Dwayne Prock, Carol Lynn (Loghry) & Jimmy Edward Dodd. 041b061a72


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