Later today we’ll randomly select two winners from all of this week’s blog comments. Don’t forget to comment anywhere on the blog for your chance to win one of two $25 gift certificates to Sew,Mama,Sew! and be sure to check out the holiday shipping schedule and newsletter information. Look for a little meme madness tomorrow!

Quilted Wallet
By Hashi, Hashiworks

Hashi made so many things with our Handmade Holidays tutorials. She used Katie’s design for this wallet from our For Your Purse or Pocket tutorials and added the picture to our Handmade Holidays photo pool. Be sure to check out Hashi’s great idea for handcrafted holiday giving in the comments on the meme post. She writes that she launched her, “2007 Christmas Boutique, a virtual ‘store’ where my family members (all 19 of them) could select their own Christmas gifts from the goods I had been making all year…”

Criss-Cross Coasters
By Jenny, allsorts

Jenny has a quick, easy and illustrated Criss-Cross Coaster Tutorial and mentions they make great stocking stuffers, hostess gifts or teacher gifts. While you’re visiting allsorts be sure to check out Jenny’s fun Gingerbread House game too! For more coaster tutorials visit our For the Table compilation.

Crayon Roll
By Tara, The Lazy Russian Horses Show

Tara made this cute crayon roll with Cindy’s tutorial in our Reading & Writing compilation. Don’t you want to make one too?

Water Bottle Carrier
By Kathy, Pink Chalk Studio

We love Kathy’s Water Bottle Carrier Tutorial! Wouldn’t this be a great gift tucked away in a tote? You could also adjust dimensions to fit reusable containers like the cute SIGG bottles.

Want to join us? Check out the Sew, Mama, Sew! Handcrafters’ Holidays blog meme!

Our Gift to You
You can print our free gift tags for attaching to all of your lovely handcrafted gifts. They read “Handmade with Love” and “I made it for you.”

Want more handcraft inspiration? Visit the Handmade Holidays photo pool and don’t forget about our Handmade Holidays Tutorials.

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All links and photos from blogs on our Handcrafters’ Holidays posts are used with permission.