Everybody loves a good Christmas tradition! These yearly activities tend to be the parts of the season that we look forward to the most. They allow for extra wallowing in all things Christmas. We invited four bloggers to share their own crafty Christmas traditions. With cake-making, holiday recipes, and sweet, sentimental decorating ideas, these classic, annual events give us another excuse to celebrate the holidays.See More
After gifts are opened, sit down to a delicious Christmas brunch the whole family will love. These delicious brunch recipes, including Christmas breakfast casseroles, cinnamon rolls, and pastries, are sure to make your Christmas morning memorable. Bonus: Almost all of these breakfast recipes are easy to make ahead.View Slideshow
Stock your family's baskets with a collection of eco-friendly and garden-inspired goodies.
Celebrate Easter by filling your loved ones' baskets with eco-friendly treats, gifts, and accessories. The following slides feature all the individual products shown here.
Cover up your music player with Wool Snappy iPod Pocket, made from recycled felted wool.
Inspire young gardeners with their own seeds to plant.
$2.79 each, reneesgarden.com
Buy SoulsUnited Crocs (made with recycled material) and the company will donate a pair of shoes to someone in need.
$30 (add-ons extra), crocs.com
Relax with a lavender-filled organic cotton eye pillow and an all-natural lavender effervescent bath ball.
$20 and $7, janeincproducts.com
The Nyokki Egg Pet Plant grows rye grass "hair" in less than two weeks.
Organic and Fair Trade-certified 3400 Phinney chocolate bars come in flavors from hazelnut to chai.
$3.25 each, theochocolate.com