February 14th always seems like a bright spot in the middle of the longest part of winter. Granted, chocolate, flowers, and handmade cards usually take center stage on Valentine’s Day (all things I also appreciate), but it’s nice to reach for a stack of love-centered books leading up to the middle of the shortest month.
It’s December 23rd. You swore to yourself that you’d start your shopping earlier this year. But as always, pumpkin pie turned into fruitcake before you even had time to digest your Thanksgiving dinner. You are not alone, here’s our guide for last-minute shoppers feverishly searching for the perfect gift.
The holiday season is just around the corner, and with it comes the dilemma of choosing and buying gifts for your loved ones. Not everyone can afford to buy gifts for all their closest family and friends. It could be that money is tight this year, or it’s only that you have more urgent financial needs.
One of my favorite parts about the holidays is that you get cards in the mail, instead of just bills and promotional catalogs. There’s nothing quite like seeing messages from friends and family, near and far. But what do you do with all those cards after the holidays are over?
I’m not sure about you guys, but I love crafting at Christmas time! However, things can get hectic, so I’m always on the lookout for fun and easy projects that also serve a purpose. That’s why I created these fun gift pouches! They’re perfect for packing up small gifts or cookie mixes, plus they’re reusable! Can’t beat being cute AND eco-friendly. With just a little bit of paint and some creativity, you’ll have a unique set of gift pouches for friends and family. You can even get the kids involved- they’re THAT easy!
‘Tis the season to be jolly! But let’s be honest, ’tis also the season to rely on your morning cup of coffee to function. With the holidays already demanding lots of your time and energy, the idea of wrestling a toddler into dress clothes for a poised family photo probably seems
downright insane daunting. Don’t give up on this year’s holiday cards just yet! Here are our best tips for painless, DIY family holiday photos. Read More “How to Take Last-Minute Photos for Holiday Cards”
The holiday season is an opportune time to give back and lend a hand to those in need. It’s true what they say; it really is the thought that counts. Often, the most touching sentiments are those firmly rooted in empathy, thoughtfulness, and kindness. Here are some meaningful and simple ways to channel your charitable spirit without busting your holiday budget.
The 2018 Pinhole Press Holiday Bake off is officially closed! Congratulations to our winner, Gabrielle Cole, who tried 10 of our cookies! Catch up on the rules below and stay tuned for 2019.
The most wonderful time of the year got even sweeter in 2018 – We hosted our first ever Holiday Cookie Bake Off! It’s a contest that combines three of our favorite things – Pinterest, cookies, and you!
At Pinhole Press, we love the holiday season. There are twinkling lights illuminating the streets, malls are packed with gift-givers galore and it is fully acceptable to have hot cocoa at any hour. During this jolly time we like to share our favorite holiday gifts to surprise your loved ones with, and you can get them all straight from your computer without even putting down your hot cocoa. Well, you might have to put it down, but only for a few minutes.
Since moving to Europe this summer, we spend almost all of our free time traveling. We spent a few weeks in Italy over the summer and fell in love with the people and culture. One thing in particular, is Italian breakfast. It is a simple affair – meats and cheeses, fresh fruit, yogurts, breads and simple pastries. Most of it is store-bought and from a local bakery. One thing that is always on the table and is always homemade is a yogurt cake.