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A Colorful Catalog of Good Gifts


A Letter from Carrie Happy Holidays, my friends! It’s the most wonderful (and colorful!) time of the year. But if you’re anything like me, the holiday season has snuck up on you, and gift buying can be a bit overwhelming with all the choices out there. So, we’ve culled through the internet to find the best of the best in fun categories. This is our first year doing a gift catalog like this. Let me explain how it works... As you flip through the catalog, when you see a product you love, simply hover over it and click on it. The product link will open in a new tab on the retailer’s website. Then when you’re done with all your holiday shopping (thanks to our colorful catalog!), try your hand at our holiday DIY found exclusively at the end of this catalog. We hope this catalog brings a smile to your face and lifts a tiny bit of holiday stress from your shoulders. Now, happy shopping and crafting! More color please,

Carrie


CO LOR F UL for the color lovers in your life


NOT SO BASIC BABES for all the cool kids in your life


COZ Y

for the introverts and homebodies in your life


AMAZON

MU ST HAV ES for all you Amazon Prime junkies


B O S S B A BE for all the girl bosses in your life


S ELF CARE for yourself...because if you’re not happy, no one’s happy


G UY S for the dapper dudes


U NDER $ 25 for the icing on the cake, the cherry on top, the stuffing in your stocking


LUX E

for the luxe loving ladies in your life


D IY:

J OY WREAT H

an easy colorful decoration to brighten your space


DI Y:

JOY WRE ATH Supplies: · Colored felt, 1 sheet per color, 5-7 colors · Scissors · Wire wreath form · Wood letters J, O, Y · Gold/copper paint · Glitter · Paint brush · Hot glue gun

Step 1: Paint a layer of paint on the wood letters and immediately sprinkle with glitter and set aside to dry. Step 2: Cut ½-in strips of felt from each sheet and cut in half so that you have a variety of colored pieces about ½ in x 4 in. Step 3: Tie the pieces once around a section of wire. Bunch them together on each section of wire and alternate colors. Step 4: Once the wreath form is filled, glue the painted letters to the bottom of the wreath so that they stick to the knots of the felt. Then the wreath is ready to hang on a nail or even a push pin because it’s very lightweight.


The 2017 Carrie Colbert Gift Catalog