Last Friday, December 19th was the 2014 Bloggers Secret Santa Gift Exchange I hosted! It was so much fun to party and celebrate with other bloggers.
Everyone received a name of a blogger and they were instructed to send their blogger a gift by the time of the party. Then, on party day everyone shared what they got and who they had. My favorite part of the gift exchange was giving the gift of BLOG LOVE. All of the Secret Santas made sure to give their blogger some love.
I had Erin of Sugar Crumbs, a blog dedicated to DIY and Recipes. I had so much fun diving into all of Erin’s blog posts. She’s got some great content + an awesome design.
I gave Erin a cookbook she had on her she had on her wish list, plus a reflectorfor taking awesome blog photos! Most of Erin’s post include photos of her recipes or crafts so I thought this would be a great gift for a blogger!
LaShonda Wells of A Bit Festive had me and she gave me a gift card to the Creative Market. If you haven’t checked out the Creative Market yet, you should. They have fonts, background, photos, graphics, and web design templates – all helpful things for bloggers! I can’t wait to spend it!
Check out all the other gift giving and blog loving that went on.
Gifts for Bloggers, From Bloggers
Sometimes, only bloggers understand bloggers. It was fun to see all the gifts bloggers gave to other bloggers. I’m pretty sure I would have loved to be on the receiving end of any of these gifts:
— Debbie Donato (@DonatoDebbie) December 22, 2014
— Ray F (@BritishMumUSA) December 20, 2014
— Shannon (@theobscuredbeau) December 19, 2014
Crunchy Crafty did a great post about all the gift exchanges she participated in. Check out the gift she got from Cathie of Tinsel and Trim
I loved reading Jamie’s post on creating her Secret Santa gift on her blog Snap Ginger:
And then Janelle’s post about receiving the gift on her blog the Peaceful Haven!
Ray of British Mum USA also did a great post about the gift exchange.
You can check out all the bloggers that participated in the #BlogSantaExchange here: