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One of my most favorite things during the holidays outside of mailing Christmas cards is wrapping presents! Each year I normally pick a color scheme and find coordinating tags, ribbons, and bows. I also like to create what I call a Holiday Wrap Station.
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Other fun gift wrapping ideas are using cupcake liners, toppers, or even mini paper tassels for extra festive packages! Happy wrapping!

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Tis the season for holiday gatherings, updated or yearly family photos, Santa visits, & the most stylish petites on the the block! Simply à Deux is a brand new clothing line hand sewn right here in Oklahoma with the most amazing fabric options. Quality, complete customization, & timeless pieces make for lasting, heirloom-esk clothing for your little girls (boys launch in Spring 2016!).

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This holiday season, shop small and support our local community! Tulsa is brimming with creative talent offering unique, locally crafted goods, sure to please everyone on your Christmas list. I, Melissa Click, am sharing a selection of thoughtful, Made in Tulsa gift ideas and tips on where to find them. So grab your best shopping buddy, plot a route with this guide and hit the town!

PS Don’t miss the incredible GIVEAWAY below!

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It’s September! This means the kids are back in school and officially back in a routine! As you know from my previous posts, I love spoiling my daughter’s teachers. You don’t have to spend a lot of money to make someone feel appreciated. The last couple years I have sent a ‘back-to-school teacher questionnaire’ in her backpack during the third week of school.  This is so I can get to know her teacher, the one who is going to spend time with my kiddo. I also send this with her to give to her teachers who teach her extra-curricular activities.

I have included a FREE printable so you can print your own teacher questionnaire and give it to your child’s teacher next week. I always send a Sharpie and a little note attached to the printable that reads: “Hello! ______ (child’s name) and I would love to get to know you better! Please complete this quick questionnaire and return it in our folder! Hope you are having a great day!”

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