I personally don't really care about receiving Christmas gifts, so this thread is just for fun. A little light hearted jesting.
Now, I'm a minimalist. I always tell people not to get us Christmas gifts, just pop in for a drink or something and that's the real gift. It's
stressful for me because I don't really like clutter, and I generally just.. don't like anything. 😂 But I do love giving gifts, and I try my best
to get people things that are useful or consumable or teach something.
So this year, my brother and his wife asked me very specifically for a Keurig machine. They said that's the only thing they needed and other wise....
give them cash. 😂 I find that super tacky, but whatever, I picked them up the new mini Keurig and some coffee pods to go with it.
They included a gift for us with our kids gifts, which I wasnt expecting and I thought... ohhhkay... so they sprungnfor something for us and couldn't
afford to buy themselves a Keurig. I see.
Nope! 😂 They made us this beautiful cross stitch.
Lol. I definitely appreciate the time and effort that went into this, but
... no. 😂 I can't believe they clearly specified they wanted a Keurig or cash for Christmas, and then gave me this. 😂
This definitely made my Christmas.
The best handmade gift I was given is...
Given to me by my favourite cousin. This is the song our grandfather always sang to us. He was well loved and is dearly missed, so this is so
Don't ask me why the uploader turned these.
Anyways, what handmade items did you all enjoy receiving... or not? 😂