November 12 ~ Deck the Halls

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Every Friday this month we’re sharing fun tutorials, recipes, fabric, printables, shop finds and more to help you deck your halls with festive cheer!

Make It

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These Super Simple Holiday Cards from Amy at Amy a la Mode are fun to make and receive!
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There’s still time for these Christmas Countdown Blocks from Mandy at Little Birdie Secrets. Mandy says her kids love to get the blocks out every year, and that this year they’re going to make a new set!
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Use favorite fabrics to make this pretty Christmas Wreath from Ronda of Help [ME] Rhonda, guest posted at Miss Fancy Pants.
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These Felt Dreidel Ornaments from Creative Jewish Mom would be great for “…Just about anywhere; on a doorknob, on a banister, around a little child’s neck as a necklace? Or make tiny ones, attach a pin back and give as gifts.”
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Do you have a Christmas tree yet?! Whitney from Shanty2Chic shows you how to create this Drop Cloth Tree Skirt with cheap supplies and a little ingenuity!
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Kids and adults alike will have fun making these Yarn-Wrapped Trees to decorate the house. Alli from One Pearl Button shows you how!

You might also enjoy these related tutorials from the SMS archives: Advent Calendar, Stockings from a Vintage Quilt, Quilted Tree Skirt, Wrap & Present, More Deck the Halls, Write It & Wrap It, Holidays at Home Part One, Part Two, Part Three & Part Four, Celebration Tutorials

Here are just a handful of fabrics we love for some of these projects. Click on the fabric images to visit the Sew,Mama,Sew! shop:

Buy It

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Add some holiday cheer to your crafts with this Holly Bough Rubber Stamp from Norajane.

Mix It

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Jules from Domestic Goddess in Training shares her version of a Marzipan Cake. Full of rich flavors and a sweet aroma, this is one cake you’ll want to bake more than once a year.

Print It

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Wreaths, lights, holly, and leaves can be downloaded and printed onto a 12 x 12 paper using free PDF files from Erinn at Alethiologie. The Printable Papers can be used for a wide variety of projects including Christmas cards and ornaments.

Win It

Tweet #handmadeholidays anytime this week for a chance to win a $20 gift certificate to Sew,Mama,Sew!

Comment in today’s post for a chance to win one of these books! Visit our prize lists to see some of the other great giveaways this month.

By Suzuko Koseki
(Trumpeter, $18.95, ISBN: 978-1-59030-649-9)

From the Publisher:

The tradition of patchwork and quilted items goes back hundreds of years and most often conveys a sense of warmth and comfort. While the bold and bright designs in this book are meant for the modern crafter, that inherent sense of warmth is still expressed in these unique and stunning projects. Created in the distinctive Japanese craft style—and published in English for the first time—the projects in this book offer a look that is minimal, yet vibrant and full of life.

Explore the techniques of patchwork sewing, appliqué, and machine quilting through thirty-five simple and stunning projects. With beautiful photographs, step-by-step instructions, and detailed diagrams, the pouches and handbags, quilts and pillowcases, tissue cases and pot holders are perfect projects for beginner and intermediate sewers.

Make the projects in this book and add a little bit of warmth and patchwork style to your life.

By Amanda Carestio
(Lark Books, $14.95, ISBN: 1-60059-615-0)

From the Publisher:

‘Tis the season to make felt crafts-fa, la la la la! These 45+ festive Christmas projects will bring joy to crafters everywhere. Created by successful online designers from around the world, the adorable items range from a sweet garland of little birds to super-cute matryoshka doll ornaments. All can be made with simple sewing techniques, and there are both no-sew and eco-smart options, too. Both indie and mainstream crafters will love these fresh new ideas!

Embroidery Companion: Classic Designs for Modern Living

By Alicia Paulson
(Potter Craft, $22.99, ISBN: 978-0-307-46235-0)

From the Publisher:

For Alicia Paulson, embroidery is so much more than simply pulling needle and thread through cloth. It’s a way to let loose the imagination, elevate everyday materials by decorating them with fanciful designs, and perhaps most of all, to enjoy the quiet reflection resulting from embroidery’s unique textures, vibrant colors, and gentle rhythms.

If Alicia’s first book, Stitched in Time, could be considered a valentine to the craft of sewing, then Embroidery Companion is Alicia’s full-on love letter to embroidery. This is the craft that captured her imagination as a child, helped her through the most difficult times in her adult life, and continues to stay closest to her heart. In Embroidery Companion, she shares stitch patterns and instructions for 30 beautiful projects, featuring three different kinds of embroidery: decorative embroidery, counted cross-stitch & crewelwork.

Inspired by vintage motifs and the folk-art traditions of various cultures, Alicia’s embroidered embellishments frequently draw from the archives of historical resources to bring a homemade modern touch to tablescapes, household items, and wearables. Alicia also shares all she’s learned through helpful glossaries, discussions of essential tools, clear instructions, and projects for crafters of every experience level.

Embroidery is an easy-to-learn  ––and easy-to-love–– craft that spans generations and touches many lives. Whether you’re attempting your first project, or you’re anxious to challenge yourself with a new technique, Embroidery Companion will be your guide to inspire and instruct for years to come.

By Emily Cier
(C&T Publishing, $16.95, ISBN: 1571209603)

From the Publisher:

Here’s music for your ears! New settings and fresh fabric combinations for all your favorites-Log Cabin, Nine-Patch, Irish Chain, Flying Geese, Pinwheel, and more. You’ll love these quilt designs made with fresh, fun fabrics for any home.

Green Grocery Bag Challenge

The Green Grocery Bag Challenge is a project to encourage sewists to wrap their holiday gifts in reusable cloth grocery bags, thus reducing the amount of wrapping paper entering the waste stream while simultaneously getting multi-use bags into the hands of consumers. Please include Mother Earth in your holiday plans. Read more here and join us on The Green Grocery Bag Challenge Facebook page where we’ll be posting wrapping ideas, sewing patterns and tips for reducing waste this holiday season.

More Handmade Holiday Ideas (& don’t miss our Handmade Holidays photo pool!)… Gift ideas for:

11 ~ Sleepyheads
10 ~ Travelers
9 ~ Preschool Kids
8 ~ Outdoor Adventurers
7 ~ Tweens
6 ~ Crafters
5 ~ Deck the Halls
4 ~ Moms & Grandmas
3 ~ Babies & Toddlers
2 ~ Girlfriends
1 ~ Imaginative Friends

We respect the copyright of all crafters. All links and photos from blogs on our Handmade Holidays posts are used with permission.

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517 Responses to November 12 ~ Deck the Halls

  1. Great ideas! I can’t wait to start decorating

  2. Mel says:

    now I have something to co with all these leftover yarn scraps! thanks!

  3. Stacy says:

    Wonderful ideas!

  4. Squeaks says:

    I am DYING to get my hands on “Fa la la la Felt” – it looks so cute!

  5. Amy C says:

    I’m going to be trying several of these projects – especially the yarn trees and the dropcloth tree skirt! Thank you!

  6. Rachel says:

    Ooohhh…love the countdown blocks! So cute!

  7. Amy Schroeder says:

    I love the yarn trees! I’d love to win Fa la la la Felt!

  8. Devon says:

    Such cute little yarn trees! Finally, a great way to use my little scraps fast!

  9. Jennifer says:

    Love the poinsettia wreath. Will someone make it for me? 🙂

  10. L says:

    Those simple Christmas cards are genius!

  11. Meghan says:

    My boys would love the Christmas Countdown blocks – such a great idea! Thanks!

  12. Tracey says:

    I love this site!

  13. Carrie says:

    I’ve got a bag of yarn that would be perfect for the yarn wrapped trees.

  14. Chasley says:

    The yarn trees are so cute, I love them!

  15. nadine says:

    that cake looks delish!

  16. Sarah L. says:

    Love the wreath! Wish I would be home this year to make one and use it – maybe my parents want one?

  17. Angelica Macklin says:

    The yarn trees are such a cute and kid friendly idea 🙂

  18. Thanks for the great post about some ways one can “deck the halls.” I love the yarn trees! I think most kids could do these quite easily. Great post!

  19. Mary says:

    Mmm, marzipan cake!

  20. Carra says:

    I better stop looking at this for awhile, and go get busy!!! Christmas comes too quickly with blogs like this around!

  21. carrie says:

    All of those are so great! The blocks are adorable.

  22. Jenn Lee says:

    Those yarn-wrapped trees are adorable.

  23. Desiree says:

    I love those yarn wrapped trees. Thanks for another cool idea.

  24. Mary Anne Fl. says:

    Love everything!!

  25. I really like that wreath.

  26. Lauren says:

    The Christmas countdown blocks are a really great idea! Now I am even more excited for the holidays.

  27. I thought yarn wrapped trees would look kitschy, but these are actually really sweet.

  28. Kristy says:

    So excited for the holiday spirit

  29. Robyn says:

    Great Ideas!

  30. Jessica C says:

    Love the yarn Christmas Trees!

  31. Bonnie says:

    The count down blocks are adorable!

  32. Rachel says:

    Fa la la la felt looks so cute! Love the handmade holiday ideas.

  33. Jennifer says:

    can we push pause on this month so I have time to make all this stuff?

  34. Katiegirl says:

    Those yarn wrapped trees are great!! A perfect use for scraps!

  35. Ellen Ban says:

    Love those cards!

  36. Paulina says:

    When i hear Marzipan i forget about all the other stuff. Will need to try the recipe.

  37. Deidre says:

    Getting excited for the HOlidays!

  38. EllaJac says:

    i might try letting the kids make the cute little tree scene.

  39. Danielle says:

    Great ideas, thank you!

  40. kate C. says:

    Those are the cutest cards! Thanks for the idea!

  41. Deb Cameron says:

    Christmas countdown blocks, what a fab idea!

  42. Betsy says:

    The scribble tree cards are really ingenious. And the yarn wrapped trees would probably be fast, too!

  43. Melissa says:

    Love the cards! Thanks for all the great ideas!

  44. BreannaS says:

    I love the christmas tree cards.

  45. Becky says:

    Idea overload! I love it!

    Thanks for the chance to win.

  46. Kelli says:

    Eeek! the little yarn wrapped trees are adorable!

  47. Jennifer says:

    I’m so glad I found your blog! What wonderful ideas. Now, to clear out my queue so I can start some new projects!

  48. Abbie says:

    Love the yarn trees and the tree skirt!

  49. Leah says:

    Another great holiday list of projects

  50. AbberJabber says:

    So many cute ideas! Thanks for the inspiration.

  51. Holly says:

    I love all things holly (obviously), so I’m totally digging that stamp.

  52. yay for more fun things to make!

  53. Paula says:

    The Super Simple Holiday Card is a wonderful idea to make with the kids.

  54. Melissa B. says:

    I can’t believe it’s almost time to start decorating for the holidays! Great ideas!

  55. Donna B. says:

    Ok, now I have to return to the store to get some yarn in yummy colors……………those are too cute to miss.

  56. Alicia says:

    Oh my GOSH! The wreath is beautiful!

  57. ~Helena~ says:

    Super cute ideas.

  58. kimberly says:

    Im not much of a Christmas person, but that tree skirt is a must make!

  59. Ange Moore says:

    Oh dear, this is a reminder that Christmas is fast approaching.

  60. Catherine says:

    I love that those little trees are kid do-able, and stylish!

  61. Laura W. says:

    Cute stuff! Love the trees!

  62. Samurai Mom says:

    I love the yarn trees but don’t want to waste my wool on decorations…guess I had better by some acrylic. I would adore the embroidery companion book.

  63. Southern GAl says:

    Love all these projects.

  64. Paige says:

    I love the yarn-wrapped trees – so cute!

  65. Keri C. says:

    I wonder if the wreath would work with fabric instead – perhaps with stiffener?

  66. JennE says:

    Very cute ideas. Love the yarn trees for my kids to do.

  67. Carrie says:

    Love the blocks and the wreath; too cute.

  68. Samantha says:

    Love the wreath!

  69. Lisa E. says:

    Love the cards and the blocks….

  70. Lizzie says:

    Love the yarn trees – this is making me so excited for Christmas!

  71. Shannon H says:

    Wonderful books! Love the inspiration I’m getting from these awesome ideas!

  72. Sheetal says:

    I followed handmade holidays last year and loved it! thanks so much for all this inspiration!!!!!

  73. Sarah Wick says:

    Oh I would love to win any of these books. Thanks for the lovely offers!

  74. Danette says:

    Love the Christmas ideas! It is never to early to get a head start!

  75. Liz Mouse says:

    A friend once asked me to make a Hanukkah themed Christmas tree skirt… what more of a personalized gift could you give to a Christian married to a Jew!?

  76. Mary Rheinschmidt says:

    I am so inspired to do it all!!

  77. Nicole N. says:

    The Christmas card idea is just perfect! I love when I find something that I can make at home that doesn’t involve trying out a new hobby entirely!

  78. Michelle H says:

    Loving the yarn wrapped trees.

  79. SheilaC says:

    I love the trees and the count down blocks!!

    And thank you for drawing my name in one of your give aways!


  80. Annwen says:

    Loving that tree skirt!

  81. Sarah says:

    the blocks are my favorite!

  82. nikky says:

    I love the yarn wrapped trees the girls will love making those!!

  83. Lisa says:

    So many ideas!

  84. Nikki says:

    Love the yarn wrap trees, great way to use up the last of my yarn stash.

  85. Jocelyn says:

    Those yarn trees are a great idea to get the kids involved.

  86. Colette says:

    Is it too early to start decorating for Christmas??? Maybe not since my daughter has me reading Christmas picture books to her already, ha ha!

  87. Jennifer DeVries says:

    I LOVE those simple tree cards! I will definitely be making a few of those. I think that would also be cute on a t-shirt or a onesie for a baby or child.

    I love the poinsettia wreath. I made one like that from a Martha Stewart kit that used ribbon. It was intense. But it turned out so beautiful. I think a few of those poinsettias would make lovely toppers for beautifully wrapped gifts.

    Thanks for the ideas!

  88. Charlotte says:

    Fun choices with the books.

  89. Lauren says:

    I’ve been looking for a cute wreath idea, so I’ll need to make one of those!

  90. Julia says:

    I love that paper flower wreath!

  91. Sharon T. says:

    I usually think that wreaths are kinda hokey, but the one above is AWESOME! You may have converted me. 🙂

  92. Ana says:

    I will be making the yarn-wrapped trees with my kids 🙂

  93. Tabitha says:

    Love the yarn trees – those would be a fun project for our homeschool! My kids can’t wait to decorate this year (I can’t either!)

  94. Nancy says:

    As usual, you bring us such marvelous ideas and the possibility of winning wonderful books.

  95. Rochelle says:

    I can just see that wreath in my favorite color scheme: red, pink, aqua and white!

  96. jkeall says:

    Great choices as usual!

  97. MamaBee says:

    I think we may be making our cards this year. Thanks!

  98. The Christmas countdown blocks are adorable!!

  99. Maria says:

    Love the printable paper.

  100. Stacy says:

    The Christmas wreath is gorgeous!

  101. Karen Compton says:

    Love the ideas!

  102. kelli says:

    I see what I’ll be making with my daughter’s class in December…those yarn trees are precious!

  103. Vicki T says:

    What a great list of ideas! There is something for every type of decorating/crafting style.

  104. Megan says:

    The yarn wrapped trees?? Genius!

  105. Alana says:

    Patchwork style looks like it is loaded with cute projects! Thank-you for the holiday card printable, I need to get started with holiday cards!

  106. Julia says:

    Deck the Halls EVERY Friday!! Just one more reason it’s my fave day of the week!!

  107. Tracey says:

    Yum! Marzipan!!

  108. Thanks for all the great ideas!

  109. Wendy says:

    I love that wreath!

  110. Melissa says:

    Great giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win 🙂

  111. washmom says:

    I look forward to checking the blog everyday to see what I can craft for the holidays. Love the ideas!

  112. Tammy says:

    The wreath is too cute!

  113. KerryQ says:

    Great ideas! The yarn trees look like the perfect project for “junior hall-deckers”!

  114. You gals always have good stuff.

  115. I love the cards! Great ideas.

  116. Those yarn wrapped trees are amazing! I was going to build some cone-shaped trees out of cardboard and probably paint them or mod podge something on them but I LOVE this.

  117. Kristin says:

    I love the idea of a drop cloth for the christmas tree!

  118. yeah! A Chanukah tutorial! Thanks for putting that on here!

  119. Mel says:

    More great ideas to ponder!

  120. Kathy H says:

    Thanks for sharing your ideas for the holidays. Very festive and fun.

  121. Sara says:

    cute stuff – as usual!

  122. Addie says:

    Lots of great ideas! Neat new books too.

  123. Betty Rollins says:

    Would love to win a book!!!

  124. Lucie says:

    I love those little yarn trees. Wonderful work!

  125. Milica says:

    I just love the yarn wrapped trees and pom-poms!

  126. Stacy S. says:

    Yarn wrapped trees- awesome!

  127. jeanne reynen says:

    The books for this day look wonderful!

  128. bruinbr says:

    I love the Christmas Wreath! Maybe I will make smaller ones to use on chair backs!

  129. Sarah says:

    That wreath is really pretty!

  130. AP says:

    Some great ideas here. Now, only to find the time to make the wreath, countdown blocks…..

  131. Summer says:

    I love the drop-cloth tree skirt!

  132. Emory says:

    I’m happy to see a Hanukkah project on here. Keep em coming!

  133. Ramona says:

    The yarn trees are so cute! They’d look so cute with some vintage ornaments with them on a cute platter.

  134. Renae says:

    Love the holiday cards!

  135. Janice says:

    I love, love, love Christmas time! All these ideas are getting the juices flowing for decorating!!

  136. Emily says:

    Thanks for the wreath and yarn tree tutorials. Just what I need!

  137. VickiT says:

    OMG! That drop cloth tree skirt is ADORABLE! Thank you for showing that along with the other great ideas. I went to her blog and found she also did an adorable Christmas stocking with the leftover drop cloth fabric too. Super cute.

  138. Stacy says:

    I love the wreath – very cute!

  139. lindsay says:

    Perfect timing – I’m in need of a new tree skirt!

  140. Heather Smith says:

    Drop cloth tree skirt! You’re teasing the industrial design lover in me. Fa La La La La!

  141. Lisa says:

    Cute ideas!

  142. erikam says:

    I love the card ideas!

  143. Anna says:

    Those cards are very clever. Even my not-very-artistic-hands might be able to pull them off!

  144. Saskia says:

    Gotta try the yarn wrapped trees…

  145. Lobela says:

    OMG, I love that wreath. I could totally sit in front of the tv and make that.

  146. Bethany says:

    I love the Embroidery Companion book. It’s constantly checked out from my public library. Great craft round-up!

  147. Amy says:

    Great ideas!

  148. Chrissy says:

    Great ideas once again!

  149. Cindy B. says:

    I was looking through the “Fa La La Felt” book at my local bookstore and it is TOO CUTE!!! It is on my Christmas wish list!!!

  150. Rachel says:

    I love those cards!

  151. Jenny says:

    There are so many great ideas here! Now I just need to find the time!

  152. Lynda says:

    The holiday cards are a great idea!

  153. meikjn says:

    I love the wreath (:

  154. Emily S says:

    My daughter could even help make those cards!

  155. Carrie L says:

    I’m not quite ready to think about Christmas yet, but thanks for the ideas!

  156. Ellu says:

    Oh what a cute idea, those countdown blocks!

  157. Holly U says:

    Love the countdown block idea. Unlikely that I’ll find time to make an advent calendar as I’d hoped, but that size project I could finish!

  158. Christy says:

    stitching on cards! love it.

  159. sara says:

    thanks for putting together this great post! the yarn wrapped trees are adorable!

  160. Thanks for so many wonderful ideas! I’m sew ready to decorate now!!

  161. Katherine says:

    Those christmas cards are really cute!

  162. Betty says:

    I’d love to win one of the books, these gifts are so cute!

  163. Megan says:

    Supercute ideas! I’m collecting so many good ideas I think I’m going to have to start a file and begin working on everything in January for NEXT Christmas!

  164. Marcia says:

    I love those little yarn trees…how cute! The book on embroidery looks great…I have been trying to learn hand embroidery.

  165. Kerstin says:

    I LOVE the cards; I will definitely be making some Christmas cards likes this!

  166. Tiffany says:

    I never would have thought to free motion quilt a Christmas card! How awesome!

  167. Cass says:

    There have been so many great projects this month! Where will I find time to do them all! 🙂

  168. Sandie Russo says:

    What fabulous ideas!! Thanks for all the time in putting all these together. :o)


  169. Mama24Monkeys says:

    Quilt Remix has made it on my Christmas list.

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  170. kathyh says:

    I like the yarn-wrapped trees, too.

  171. SaraD says:

    I love the little trees!

  172. Lovely ideas!

  173. Shauna says:

    I want to make everything listed here, but I think I’ll start with that wreath. Thanks for the great roundup!

  174. Holly says:

    What cute blocks!

  175. Amy says:

    Great projects and great giveaways! Thanks.

  176. Jeni says:

    Oh my. I want all of those books. How did you know?!

  177. erynne says:

    another great collection of ideas! this weekend might be full of getting together lists of who we need pressies for and then seeing what i can make. time to break out the Christmas music and mulling spices and get crafting 🙂

  178. Becky says:

    I made those blocks for my newly-married niece last year and she loved them. This year, I’m liking the cards for myself. Easy quick and inexpensive.

  179. Amy says:

    I love the simplicity of those cards, great idea.

  180. Natacha says:

    I would never have thought those cards were sewn.

  181. Sarah says:

    What neat looking books! And fun yarn wrapped trees.

  182. Madeline says:

    Those yarn wrapped christmas trees are adorable! and that marzipan cake looks divine! Loving all these ideas!

  183. sofie says:

    I’m going to need another three months before Christmas so that I can sew everything that I want to from your idea lists!

  184. Tracy L says:

    those cards are super cute 🙂

  185. Mary Lou says:

    The wreath is really pretty.

  186. kim says:

    love these ideas!

  187. Amy says:

    I love Christmas projects!

  188. JennyS says:

    I love these ideas. They are reat!

  189. Kristen says:

    Love those simple cards! Also, I really like the drop-cloth tree skirt, but it looks like it requires a serger??? I’ll have to read more about that one!

  190. Kristen says:

    especially love those holiday cards!

  191. alcheme says:

    Cute ideas!!

  192. Trish says:

    The yarn wrapped trees are super adorable!

  193. Nicole Balazs says:

    I’m amazed to see the multiple projects everyday! I wish I was that creative, but luckily, you guys are for me 🙂 Thanks for putting these lists together and giving all the great ideas.

  194. jasmine says:

    So glad I have found this blog you are helping me get my Christmas list done.

  195. beth says:

    those yarn-wrapped trees will probably be included in a christmas craft project for my niece. thanks! 🙂

  196. like the printable papers in this round! thanks!

  197. Raheli says:

    Those holiday cards are so clever! Will definitely make some of those.

  198. Andi says:

    So many cute things!

  199. KT says:

    Love the wreath! I’m going to have to find time to make that for sure! Thanks for sharing these great ideas.

  200. Ellie says:

    I love the Christmas Countdown Blocks!

  201. Janet K says:

    These are great – I love the clever simple Christmas cards!

  202. Consuelo says:

    The cake looks delicious!

  203. megan says:

    with so much scrap yarn around my house, those yarn trees are on my to do list for the holidays!

  204. Christine says:

    I just love the yarn covered trees. I will make some of these. This year. I promise.

  205. Rachel Locke says:

    These are such cute ideas!! Thanks for another great day of ideas!

  206. JennX says:

    Gotta make that wreath. I need those books, I’ve had two epic-crafting-failures this week- back to the books very necessary!!

  207. Cory says:

    Love it all!!

  208. elizabeth says:

    The cards are cute, thanks again for all the ideas.

  209. Heidi says:

    The cards and countdown blocks are my fav

  210. Patricia says:

    So many great ideas for the holidays!

  211. jolene says:

    oooh, love the dreidel!!

  212. Crystal says:

    The Embroidery Companion looks awesome…

  213. Deidre says:

    Love the wreath!

  214. Leah says:

    I love those yarn-wrapped trees. What a great idea!

  215. briana says:

    I like the blocks! My kids would love that

  216. kathleen says:


  217. Shannon H says:

    This month has been so fun with all the goodies you are sharing!! Thank you!

  218. Roberta says:

    Those are really cute cards. I thought they were drawn in pen until I clicked on the link.

  219. Morgan says:

    Since my first love is knitting, those trees are calling my name.

  220. Laura says:

    Perfect, I’ve been looking for a tree skirt tutorial! Thanks!

  221. Ali LaRee says:

    such cute ideas and projects. Love the holidays!

  222. Leigh Anne says:

    That wreath is adorable!

  223. Sue says:

    There are so many great ideas here. I am loving all the holiday and sewing ideas.

  224. JJ says:

    Love that printable paper and the Felt book looks lovely.

  225. Mary says:

    I made some yarn wrapped trees last year and I love them! Can’t wait to bring them out after Thanksgiving.

  226. Danielle H says:

    I love the wreath and the yarn trees! I notice that yarn wrapped is the fun new “it” project lately.

  227. liz says:

    Those holly stamps look like fun to make! I hope I win ALL of those prizes! 🙂

  228. Marcia W. says:

    These are adorable projects. Like the Christmas wreath.

  229. maggie smith says:

    Your So Festive blog has me in the holiday crafty mood already – I’m already making ornaments! Thanks for all the joy and inspiration.

  230. Shawna says:

    Love the cards! And the book Patchwork Style! 🙂

  231. Erin H. says:

    I love Amy’s Christmas tree card! Thanks again for all the ideas!

  232. Andrea says:

    I love checking in and seeing new ideas everyday!

  233. Dianne McLean says:

    I think I may just have to try that wreath!

  234. Louise says:

    I love those xmas cards! Cute!

  235. Timmi says:

    I love the cozy modern look of those trees. I think my daughter and I will have to make some.

  236. Rebecca says:

    Argh! I can’t wait for my son to be old enough to craft with. The yarn wrapped trees are adorable and look like a great way to use up scrap yarn.

  237. jessica says:

    i would so love to get my hands on the fa la la felt book!

  238. Keri says:

    I would love one of those books!

  239. So many great ideas!

  240. Aprile Mazey says:

    I am going to give it a go and try to make the Art Bag. Wish me luck!

  241. Laura says:

    really love the wreath! Hope I have time to make one of those this year!

  242. Janice says:

    What fun to check your blog everyday and see the new projects!

  243. Elizabeth says:

    Thanks for including projects that can be easily adapted by those of us who don’t celebrate Christmas!

  244. Suzanne says:

    Very cute Countdown to Christmas blocks! I wonder how many I can make before December?

  245. Ali says:

    Love the wreath!

  246. Julie says:

    Love the tree skirt!

  247. maryanne says:

    I’ve heard great things about Fa la la la felt!

  248. Kirsten says:

    We made the countdown blocks last year and my kids love to use them. So cute! I love those simple holiday cards. My kids would love to help with that.

  249. Rebecca says:

    So cute. I love the wreath and the Christmas tree cards. I sometimes forget that simple can be a good thing!

  250. great projects – I really love the wreath!

  251. Debra says:

    Love these make it ideas! Thanks.

  252. Kat says:

    I like how many of today’s tutorials are kid-friendly. I love my solo crafting time, but I’m starting to love crafting time with my almost-three-year-old daughter who has almost (almost) grown out of trying to eat the supplies.

  253. Molly D says:

    I love the yarn wrapped trees. Simple ideas make the most lasting impressions for deckings one’s halls, I believe.

  254. Ann says:

    My boys would enjoy the yarn trees. Great idea, as usual.

  255. Ms. Fine says:

    So fabulous. I really dig the yarn trees. I’m going to have to explore that

  256. Megan says:

    More cute ideas!

  257. Rachel says:

    Love the wreath! Thanks for the great tutorials.

  258. Helena P says:

    My kids (and me too!) will love those count down blocks, my ‘to do’ list is definately growing!

  259. Kelly Irene says:

    I want to do it all!!! Too bad I have to still do the other things like cleaning my house (booooo), going to work (meh), cooking (boooo) and sleeping (meh). I do love the holidays though, and I really appreciate all these wonderful ideas you’re rounding up for us!

  260. Sonya M says:

    That fabric wreath is beautiful! Maybe sometime I’ll be able to find the time to make it before Christmas comes!

  261. Hannah says:

    Those simple cards are great. I always have grand ideas for Christmas cards, but when it comes to the crunch they take too long – I need something I can mass-produce pretty easily! I think something along these lines would be a good idea.

  262. elisabeth says:

    what terrific ideas!! My kids and I could have tons of fun with them!

  263. Tabitha says:

    I really like the fabric wreath!

  264. Courtney says:

    Those super simple holiday cards are great — They’ll definitely be a part of my holiday card stash this season!

  265. Michelle P says:

    Love that tree skirt!

  266. Lorrie Orr says:

    The Christmas Countdown blocks look like a quick, easy and FUN project.

  267. Lindsey G says:

    Great books 🙂

  268. Stace says:

    Love the yarn wrapped trees!

  269. Amy says:

    Love the wreath!

  270. Sara says:

    Those cards WOULD BE easy peasy!! Thought about making some, but just haven’t gotten around o it:)

    I love the wreath idea too–definitely an original and gorgeous through and through.

  271. So many great ideas!

  272. Heidi Anderson says:

    Simply Wonderful!

  273. Ing says:

    Great idea for simple “line art” card!

  274. dorothy says:

    Once again, more and more great projects!!!

  275. Tiffany says:

    Yummmmm, that Christmas Marzipan Cake looks really good, wish I had one of those to eat right now.

  276. Kelly says:

    Love the wreath!

  277. Jen says:

    I especially love all your kid friendly ideas!

  278. Katie says:

    Those cards are sooooo clever! I love the simplicity of them!

  279. Megan says:

    Those trees and cards! How adorable!

  280. Charlotte says:

    Wow, you’re never running out of things to give away are you? I’m moving and wondering whether I’ll be able to make cards and handmade presents this year at all.

  281. The printable paper has adorable patterns!

  282. It’s nice to see new ideas each day.

  283. Kristin says:

    cute projects!

  284. Mandy K Court says:

    Love the Poinsettia wreath. I think that We’ll be making that this year.

  285. Maya says:

    I love the drop cloth tree skirt idea.

  286. Judy R says:

    Love the holiday cards! Cute simple idea.

  287. Jansie says:

    I will have to try that wreath. It is the cutest I’ve seen lately.

  288. annie says:

    i’m going to make that cake 🙂

  289. debra says:

    Love the idea of the Christmas count down blocks.

  290. sloeginfizz says:

    I am loving this series!! So many great ideas — thank you!

  291. bess says:

    that tree skirt is fabulous!

  292. Jessy says:

    Love that wreath!

  293. trina says:

    Great ideas- thanks!

  294. Melissa says:

    Thanks for the Fun stuff to do with my kids!

  295. Debbie says:

    The yarn trees are cute and I love the wreath! So many good projects, so little time!

  296. Betsy says:

    I want to make those countdown blocks!

  297. Laura Reich says:

    I love the tree skirt!

  298. anna dorothy says:

    Love the drop cloth tree skirt..and the simple Christmas cards.

  299. Rebecca says:

    Those cards are so cute… especially with a little silver shimmer.

  300. JJ says:

    I love the yarn trees!

  301. Jennifer says:

    The countdown blocks are so cute!

  302. Tong says:

    love the yarn wrapped trees and the tree skirt!

  303. Gretchen R says:

    OK, I’m making that wreath. I knew I was holding onto these Christmas apron scraps for something!

  304. RedHen says:

    And the great ideas just keep coming! Thanks for these! 🙂

  305. Christina says:

    Those fabric blocks are a unique way to count down — love them.

  306. Karen says:

    I’m loving this blog. Felt is so chic right now, isn’t it? Adore it!

  307. Krystal M says:

    Very cute ideas! Thanks!

  308. Jen C. says:

    great projects!

  309. Kristie says:

    Great ideas. Would love to win a book with even more.

  310. Emily says:

    Definitely going to try that marzipan cake!

  311. Amanda says:

    Great Ideas- I particularly like the look of the Christmas Wreath.

  312. Crystal says:

    I love that wreath!! Thanks for sharing again.

  313. Betsy M says:

    Those cards are so cute!

  314. marilyn podoll says:

    more wonderful ideas

  315. Anita says:

    I love the simple tree Christmas cards, it looks like the perfect craft for my 6 year old.

  316. Nichole says:

    Wonderful ideas ! I look forward to your blog posts all the time but especially at the holidays !

  317. Cherie says:

    Yum….Marzipan. Perfect for a holiday dinner.

  318. Catherine says:

    I like the idea of the countdown blocks, but I wonder if my toddler wouldn’t rather chew them, squish them, or toss them with a friend more than look at them on a shelf somewhere? Super cute ideas!

  319. Debbie says:

    I’d love to win that quilt-remix book. How awesome.

  320. beverly says:

    Once again, thanks for the kid make it option. I love it!

  321. Celeste says:

    Love the super-simple cards. I’ve been looking for some cards my children can make this year, and these look perfect.

  322. Lynn says:

    Nice ideas for the kiddos to help decorate. Like the two quilt books. Added to my wish list.

  323. Stephanie S says:

    I love the wreath and little trees. What great decorating inspiration!

  324. Kati says:

    Those yarn-wrapped trees look like a great way to use up tiny bits of yarn that aren’t enough for a knitting project. Too cute!

  325. Robin E. says:

    Those cards ARE super simple, but oh, so creative. Hmmm, I wonder if I can freemotion a saguaro cactus that doesn’t look too wonky… I always like our cards to have a desert theme.

  326. Bailey says:

    I love using drop clothes as fabric!

  327. Rebecca says:

    There are so many great ideas. I can hardly wait to get everything out for Christmas!

  328. Cindy says:

    Once again I have more plans than time with all the inspiration that you have provided.

  329. Danielle says:

    Want to make the cards, the count down blocks, the wreath – great ideas, thanks.

  330. Lauranie says:

    The yarn wrapped Christmas trees are super cute!! I am teaching our Girl Scout troop to knit Nov 22nd, maybe this will be something they can make with their left over yarn!! Thanks for the chance…and inspiration!!

  331. Jamie says:

    Making a tree skirt out of a drop cloth–clever! Going to have to try that this year to clad my poor naked tree.

  332. jessieaucoin says:

    although i’m not usually much of a yarn fan, those christmas trees are adorable!

  333. Annie says:

    That wreath is adorable!

  334. Margaret says:

    Love those cards and the wreath – also the Susuko Koseki book, thanks for the chance to win :).

  335. KeolaH says:

    Love the Christmas Countdown Blocks – I so want to make these this year!

  336. I will love to make some card with my little boy, thank you.

  337. Woodbines says:

    I love the countdown blocks! Such a simple, yet creative, element 😀

  338. Jennifer N says:

    I guess before I can “deck the halls” I’ll have to undecorate from Halloween. Thanks for all the great ideas.

  339. Missie says:

    The drop cloth tree skirt is great!

  340. Anya says:

    Fun ideas!

  341. Vanessa says:

    Thanks for the great ideas!

  342. Kimberly says:

    That tree skirt is gorgeous!

  343. Kelly Sas says:

    Love the super simple Christmas card!!! Super! And it is so simple – yet striking!

  344. Vale says:

    Felt is fun! thanks for the ornament tut’s!

  345. DEBBI says:

    i love the yarn wrapped christmas trees!!

  346. Trisha says:

    Love the cards and the wreath!

  347. MelissaB says:

    I still want to make one of those dropcloth skirts, maybe I will get to that this year.

  348. Sarah says:

    I can’t wait for Christmas!

  349. Rachel says:

    Ooooh, I hadn’t seen the “Embroidery Companion” book yet.

  350. Sarah-E says:

    When I told my Mom I was feeling like yarn decorations would be cool this holiday, she looked at me like I was crazy… I can see the super simple cards adapted to use yarn – and of course those yarn trees are A+!

  351. Kathy says:

    I love those cards… so fun and pretty.

  352. Hashi says:

    I’ve already made my cards this year, but I’m bookmarking that idea for next year!

  353. SofiAlgarvia says:

    Just love your ideas, especially the xmas wreath! Thanks!

  354. elsa says:

    love the super simple cards with the sewn trees and of course all the books look great!

  355. Anna Redding says:

    Love it!!!!

  356. Sarah says:

    Thank you for sharing all of these fun ideas! The “Fa la la la Felt” book looks like so much fun.

  357. Debbie says:

    Love the tree skirt idea, gotta try it!

  358. Holly says:

    I love that wreath! What a hoot!

  359. Hannah says:

    Love the Yarn trees!

  360. ChrissyB says:

    Ok, so I’m going to have to add the Christmas cards, countdown blocks, and tree skirt to my projects list for this year. Thanks so much for the great info!!! You’re making my Christmas merry indeed.

  361. Jessica says:

    Thanks for the embroidered card idea. What a practical project for the child who loves to lace cards!

  362. Jennifer says:

    That flower wreath is so pretty!

  363. Tara says:

    Love the yarn trees that i can do with my daughter!

  364. Michele says:

    Oh, I love Paulson’s blog…this new book is on my wishlist, it would great to win a copy!

  365. Blossom says:

    I love that wreath and the tree skirt!

  366. April from SD says:

    That Christmas wreath is gorgeous!!! Definitely going on my never ending list of things I want to try.

  367. Sarah AJ says:

    I love the countdown blocks, and my son will have a blast making the yarn trees with me!

  368. stacey says:

    loving all these ideas! thank you! blocks, advent calendar…hmmm

  369. linda says:

    great ideas… looking forward to learning more about the Fa la la la Felt book too…looks so cute!

  370. Rebecca says:

    Lovely ideas! Diggin the countdown blocks.

  371. shelle says:

    I am taking the Green Grocery Bag challenge. I have used cloth bags for years so this year I will make the cutest bags to encourage others to join in the cloth bag revolution. Thanks for the inspiration!

  372. Christina says:

    Another post of fun ideas! I love it!

  373. Rebecca says:

    These tutorials are great! I am looking forward to making the countdown blocks as a good substitute for an advent calendar. Counting down is so much fun!

    BTW, the Patchwwork Style book looks very fun.

  374. Leisel says:

    LOVE the yarn wrapped trees! Too cute. . .

  375. Angela says:

    ALL those books look wonderful!!!

  376. Sara K. says:

    The wreath is so pretty!! LOVE IT!!

  377. Sara Suzanne Sews says:

    Love those sewn Christmas tree cards!

  378. jeni says:

    ah…I’ve been looking for tree skirt ideas! Thanks!!

  379. katie says:

    Love the cards! What a great idea.

  380. Addy says:

    Fun ideas! Thanks!

  381. Alex says:

    Those cards are so simple, yet elegant!

  382. Cynthia I says:

    Those cards are now on my to make list(but maybe next year!) Love the felt book. Ah, so much goodness to make and so little time.

  383. Gina.S says:

    Can’t wait to try out the wreath!

  384. Jessica says:

    that wreath is super cute!!

  385. Gill says:

    I’m looking forward to even more Christmas tutorials
    Thank you

  386. Lina says:

    I love the simplicity of those holiday cards.

  387. monica says:

    Love the wreath! I can’t wait to try it out…maybe in a smaller version!

  388. Greeblygreebly says:

    I love the super simple card- so modern looking and cute, not to mention something my kids could help with.

  389. kate c. says:

    Hooray for kid friendly crafts! If the kids are having fun crafting, then I can be too! (I have a bunch of gifts to make!)

  390. Kim says:

    ooh a couple of the books on my wishlist are there!!!!

  391. Elizabeth says:

    Those yarn-wrapped trees are seriously cute!

  392. Rachel says:

    These ideas are great. I love the wreath!!!

  393. Katie says:

    The embroidery book looks fun:)

  394. Seanna Lea says:

    One of my friends has a whack of drunken fruit from cordial making (or a similar endeavor). I will have to look into making the marzipan cake. I think she will really it for her birthday!

  395. Laurie Anne says:

    I’ve been dying to pick up Fa La La La Felt for some time now…it would be fantastic to win it!
    Great tutorials! Love the wrapped trees~ a great family craft!

  396. mamabird says:

    These books constantly intrigue me!

  397. Sara says:

    Love the simple card tute. And I just want to live in the Patchwork style book. Looks so dreamy…

  398. Cindi C says:

    Another day of great ideas! Thanks for putting it all together for us. It’s makes my kind of Christmas so much easier!

  399. Mary says:

    Going to have to try those yarn wrapped trees with my boys!

  400. Lynne says:

    I’ve bookmarked the Christmas tree drop cloth skirt! Fabulous! Thanks!

  401. brenda says:

    Thank you for the chance to win one of these books

  402. Mary says:

    You seem to find the best books for giveaways. These look awesome.

  403. Katie B. says:

    Great ideas!

  404. gina says:

    These are such cute ideas! I love the yarn wrapped trees!

  405. becky diehl says:

    I’d love to win.

  406. Jasmeen says:

    Ooohhhh. I want the embroidery companion book.

  407. Amber says:

    Oooh… Quilts, a pretty tree skirt, and paper flowers I can’t wait to make! Yea

  408. Deanne says:

    Great ideas! Now to accomplish one or two before the weekend.

  409. Mel says:

    Love the wreath!

  410. Mandi says:

    What a fun and easy card! I love it!

  411. Kara says:

    Ooh, I would love to win any of those books, especially Alicia’s!

  412. Suzanne says:

    So many yummy books for give away today! And the marzipan cake looks divine.

  413. Emily says:

    If only I had time to make all the great ideas you guys share every day!

  414. Anya says:

    Great ideas! thanks for the chance!

  415. QSOgirl says:

    mmmm, I love decorating for Christmas! thanks for the new ideas!

  416. Terri says:

    Sweet!!! Love the drop cloth tree skirt!!!

  417. Maggie says:

    I love the countdown blocks and printable Christmas patterns! I will probably use those to make gift tags. Thanks!

  418. Yes please!

  419. Jennifer says:

    Loved the wrapped trees so cute! The holly stamp is also very cute!

  420. Sarah J says:

    ooh love the Holiday Cards – another great idea – thank you.

  421. paloma says:

    So much goodness. Feeling inspired!

  422. Megan S says:

    I’m stocking up on sweaters all year long with the idea of felted crafts for the holidays! Thanks for more ideas!

  423. Jen says:

    Another great roundup! Love those countdown blocks!

  424. Amanda says:

    That wreath is adorable!! And so are the blocks! How many advent calendars am I allowed to have? I love them all!

  425. Camille says:

    Those yarn-wrapped trees look like so much fun!

  426. MJ says:

    Is it too early in the morning to bake that cake?? Yum!!!

  427. Love the Christmas countdown blocks. My project list is getting so long–I need more free time!

  428. virginia says:

    I like the blocks.

  429. i love the super simple holiday cards and i’ve been dying to get my hands on alicia paulson’s embroidery companion!

  430. sarah says:

    The countdown blocks are fantastic–and would keep me from having to answer a million times a day “How many days NOW?”

  431. ~Heather says:

    Love the rubber stamp and definitely doing the bag challenge for all the gifts I’m sending out.

  432. Susan C. says:

    Oh, I love those yarn wrapped trees! I’ll have to give those a try.

  433. Brooke says:

    Love that Christmas wrapping paper – wish I had a printer worth something!

  434. Jeni says:

    Love the yarn trees!

  435. stephanie says:

    the cake looks delish!!!!

  436. D'Lane says:

    Love those blocks. I really want to make an advent something. I am considering the blocks.

  437. Lynn says:

    Seeing what you’re posting every day is the best crafty advent calendar. Thanks for the inspiration and the giveaways!

  438. kelly jo says:

    Oh my goodness – I think I bookmarked every tutorial today!

  439. Megan P. says:

    I love, love, love Christmas! These are great!

  440. britt says:

    love the ivy stamp!

  441. Rachael says:

    I love the blocks! Thanks for being so generous.

  442. Deb says:

    I love all these ideas, especially the drop cloth tree skirt (my dad was a painter) Thanks, as always!

  443. Suzanne says:

    I am running so late today because I had to look at every post and then ended up traveling through their blogs as well. Eeks! Thanks for the great ideas.

  444. Lori says:

    Those yarn-wrapped trees look so doable!

  445. Whistlepea says:

    I think I’m going to have to give those yarn trees a try.

  446. Dacia says:

    I think I am going to have to help my kids make some yarn trees! so cute!

  447. Barbara says:

    That poinsettia Christmas wreath is my favorite in today’s collection of holiday crafts.

  448. Beth says:

    That felt book looks really fun!

  449. Leanna says:

    I think we might be making some count-down blocks this year! fun!

  450. Carrie says:

    The cards are adorable!

  451. Cayce says:

    I’ve been looking for good, simple tree skirt tutes. Thanks! And this selection of books – drool!

  452. Texana says:

    Oh, so much to do before Christmas!!! Great ideas!

  453. Jeanne S says:

    Another great day of ideas to wake up to.

  454. Katie says:

    Love the felt book!

  455. Kathleen says:

    Liking the Drop Cloth Tree Skirt — how clever! I could easily see this as one of those skirts you could add footprints/handprints to as well.

  456. Andrea Ryan says:


  457. Amy says:

    Argh! The paper can’t be found. However, using my sleuthing skills I discovered that your hyperlink has an “f” at the end. You all might want to edit that 🙂

    Lovely handmade holidays day, as always!

  458. Another day of awesome ideas and even more awesome prizes! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

  459. Wendy D. P. says:

    Love the little trees! So cute!

  460. Susanne says:

    Those Christmas cards are so simple, they’re brilliant!

  461. Tierney Barden says:

    Ooohh, those printable papers are just the ticket for lots of finishing details, like place cards, gift tags, paper ornaments of all kinds and note cards. Thank you! I also enjoyed Whitney’s project at Shanty2Chic – her ruffled tree skirt. I’ve been on the hunt for something different & easy, and this fits the bill!

  462. Melanie T says:

    A couple of these books have been on my “to buy” list for a while now. And, I love those cards. Perfect!

  463. Cherie says:

    I love Fa la la la Felt!

  464. I love those Christmas Countdown Blocks. I think I am going to have to make some!!

  465. PeachRainbow says:

    Thanks again!

  466. amber says:

    love it! great ideas!

  467. Nicole says:

    My kids would love making the yarn Christmas trees. Great idea and I can de-stash at the same time!

  468. Amy H says:

    Let’s see, I think I have three tutorials {at least} to try. Today? Maybe:)

  469. Renate says:

    The holiday cards are great.

  470. Jenny says:

    what a wonderful source of ideas this series is! thank you!

  471. Mary says:

    Another set of great ideas! Have I mentioned yet how much I love HMH?!

  472. Mary Jo says:

    ok, need to buy one of the lovely star stamps to use on top of the tree card.
    Must find more time-
    these are great, thanks

  473. Claudia says:

    What a wonderful idea! Fabulous handmade gifts! And a giveaway as well…..I LOVE this!!!
    Kind regards from Germany sends

  474. lucy says:

    love the holly bough stamp!

  475. Great books on today’s giveaways list!

  476. Laura says:

    Great mix of ideas! Can’t wait for the weekend when there is more craft time available!

  477. Megan says:

    the yarn wrapped trees are so cute!

  478. Jennifer says:

    I love those beautiful trees and the adorable cards. I guess I know what I’ll be doing this weekend!!

  479. Chris Aiton says:

    just love these projects – here’s a link to a wreath that I made this year

  480. Caroline Landon says:

    Such fun crafting this year; we do so appreciate the homemade holidays posts! I think we’ll be doing a photo shoot today and make some blocks!

  481. Andi says:

    That wreath tutorial is just what I have been looking for!

  482. Alisa says:

    thanks for sharing these.. love the fabric wreath and yarn trees 🙂

  483. Becky says:

    Ooo… yarn trees! Perfect!

  484. Larissa says:

    That wreath idea is awesome! I have a ton of scrap already doing circles in my brain. 🙂

  485. Theresa says:

    I love the wreath and tree skirt!

  486. Linda says:

    Great post! I especially like the tree card and the tree skirt!

  487. carrot cake says:

    Great ideas & inspiration, once again! Can’t wait to try the marzipan cake. Thanks SMS!!!

  488. Sarah says:

    The Christmas Countdown blocks are sweet! Thanks for the idea.

  489. Shannon says:

    Love the wreath and those trees. LOVE.

  490. Love the simple holiday cards – I think even I could manage that!

  491. Hilary says:

    Such fun ideas I love the wreath

  492. Colleen says:

    I have enjoyed the handmade holidays! thanks for all the giveaways!

  493. Chris says:

    I love the look of the felt book! thanks for more great ideas and giveaways.

  494. Alice S says:

    cute yarn trees. I’ll give these a try to use up some scrap yarn.

  495. Katy says:

    Love the countdown blocks! Also, Fa la la la Felt looks so sweet, what a fun idea!

  496. Mhairi says:

    More great projects and they look really quick.

  497. Abbington says:

    I like the look of those yarn wrapped trees!

  498. Papgena says:

    All good ideas!! Thank you!
    Those yarn-trees are so beautiful!!!

  499. Gali says:

    the cards are so cute!

  500. Those cards and yarn wrapped trees are definately going on my christmas craft list!

  501. Jill B says:

    Some great Christmas inspiration!

  502. Valerie says:

    Love the wreath! You’re giving us too many good ideas!

  503. Caroline K says:

    merry merry!!

  504. Louise says:

    Love the ideas and the books are great

  505. Tracy says:

    Such clever ideas. I will have to start thinking Christmas!

  506. Serena says:

    I love the ruffled drop cloth tree skirt. It’s beautiful.

  507. Rebmara says:

    Those countdown blocks are a great idea!

  508. Andreia says:

    The Christmas Wreath is so beautiful!!!

  509. Silvia says:

    Thanks for all these projects!! the simple holiday cards are beautiful!!

  510. Carly says:

    I’m looking into those awesome blocks!

  511. I love the Christmas count down blocks and think my kids would love them too. Might need to add this to my to-do list.

  512. Great list of links today!

  513. Adrienne says:

    The wreath is gorgeous! And the yarn trees look like so much fun

  514. Cynthia says:

    Love those Christmas countdown blocks!

  515. Jen B says:

    Those cards look like they would be fun and easy to make!

  516. wow – so many good ideas! i luv this blog! it’s always an inspiration!

  517. Cathie says:

    Cute ideas!

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