Last year, starting in September, I did a fun little exercise on Facebook where each day I gave you a frugal Christmas gift idea and, where possible, a tutorial to make sure you could take the idea and run with it. Since when I started there were roughly 100 days until the big 12/25, I named it, “100 Days of Frugal Christmas Gifts” (I’m just super creative like that). Many of you asked me if there was a single place you could get all 100 of those ideas in a nice neat little package. Then after you survived Christmas, you probably forgot all about it.
So here we are, itching for Spring and you’re probably sick to death of the thought of working on Christmas stuff for 2014, but I didn’t forget you and heck, why wait until September to deliver!? As promised, I’ve compiled all 100 of those projects into a cute little eBook, also creatively named 100 days of Frugal Christmas Gifts.
If you followed along with me last fall on Facebook as I put these ideas out one by one and are already sure you want this resource, click here to get it. And to make sure it doesn’t break the bank, I’ve priced it at only $2. It is available in PDF only. See, I’m all about helping you stay within budget.
However, if you’re just now learning about this whole 100 Days thing, let me tell you a bit more about it. Here were the only two rules:
- No gift could cost more than $10 to buy or make
- For those that were DIY projects, nothing could require fancy tools or a lot of time
I came up with 100 awesome ideas for buying or making Christmas gifts (or stole the ideas shamelessly…okay, I actually got permission if I ‘borrowed’ an idea). Each day on Facebook, I would share one idea and a basic tutorial or link to an article with details.
Some of you are saying to yourself, “self, I have no desire to think about Christmas. Forget it!” Well, self may be right. That’s why it may help you to know that many of these projects aren’t specific to Christmas. They can be used for pretty much any time of the year. See…I’m also solving your birthday gift issues and crafting woes all at the same time.
If you want to get all the content for free, that’s cool – it is still out there. You can go to my Facebook page and start scrolling through my timeline pictures. Each idea is labeled according to its day in the photo description. It’ll take you a while, but it is all there. But because lots of my Facebook followers asked me to put it all together as an eBook, you can pay $2 and I’ve done all the hard work for you.
With plenty of time to prepare for Christmas 2014, and with no excuse now to bust your budget putting together a gift for every person on your list, don’t you think investing in a copy of 100 days of Frugal Christmas Gifts is probably a smart move? Get it now!