November 29 ~ Write It + Wrap It

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We’re close to wrapping up our 6th Annual Handmade Holidays series! Today’s ideas are perfect for presenting your handmade gifts with love and care. Make it, mix it, print it and give your handmade gifts away with style…We added a giveaway to yesterday’s interview with Susanne Woods. Comment on that post to win a free Craftsy class of your choice!

Make It

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Ruby shows you how to use eyelets in these easy Fabric Gift Bags at Zaaberry.
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Jordan’s Splatter Paint Favor Boxes at Oh Happy Day give you a fun technique perfect for everything from gift wrap to place cards and more.
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Sew some paper Cone Shaped Pouches with Elizabeth’s tutorial at Crate Paper. (To purchase any products used in this Crate Paper tutorial you can visit your local scrap booking store or go to www.cratepaper.com.)
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Sabra’s sweet Little Bird Gift Tags at Sew a Straight Line would be great as ornaments too.
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Sachiko’s Pom Pom Flowers at Tea Rose Home could adorn everything from presents to holiday headbands. Sachiko used the Pom Pom Flowers to make lots of things, like a pretty corsage, bracelet, clip and pillow!

Bag a Day

There are so many beautiful bags to love out there… We’re sharing one bag tutorial every day this month for you to sew and give.

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If you make Destri’s Little Betty Bag from The Mother Huddle you probably won’t want to wrap it up and give it away!

Related tutorials you might just love: Passion for Wrapping It Up, Wrap & Present

Here are just a few fabrics perfect for some of today’s projects. Click on the fabric images to visit the Sew,Mama,Sew! shop:

Beth’s choice Kristin’s choice Gabrien’s choice

Mix It

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Recipe for a great holiday weekend: Make Lina’s Graham Cracker Houses with the smell of a Christmas Simmer Pot on the stove! Find both recipes at Linaloo.

Print It

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Peonies + Poppyseeds has a PDF with tons of Hanukkah Printables!
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Set a happy kids’ table with Cyndy’s Chalkboard Placemat Printables at The Creativity Exchange.
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Mollie’s Gift Tags at Wild Olive are cute, simple and versatile.

Here are a few more printables we don’t want you to miss: Holiday Tags, Advent Calendar Houses, Matryoshka Doll Gift Tags

Win It

Comment on today’s post for a chance to win one of these prizes!
Tip: If you’re hoping to win a prize that notes “US Winners Only,” include your state in your name (i.e. Beth in WA) so we can confirm residence and avoid any disappointment on your end. Shipping range is determined by the generous companies and artisans that donate Handmade Holidays prizes.

One-Yard Wonders: Look How Much You Can Make with Just One Yard of Fabric (US Winners Only)

Author: Rebecca Yaker & Patricia Hoskins
Publisher: Storey Publishing

One-Yard Wonders will delight anyone who has ever fallen for fabric– From the novice sewing enthusiast to the lifelong seamstress. The book presents a delightful array of simple, stylish projects that can be made with just a single yard of fabric– From apparel to accessories, from plush toys to pet beds, from baby items to bags, and from home decor to “Happy Birthday” banners. For each project, the book provides a full-color photograph, easy step-by-step instructions, and simple illustrations. Templates and pattern pieces are also included wherever needed, making this collection of 101 projects the best sewing deal ever.

Muse of the Morning is a pattern design studio, with a focus on easy to sew and create clothing, toys and fun things for everyone. Patterns are sold in PDF format to make them fast to access and get to sewing! Muse of the Morning also provides extension tutorials, plus a whole lot of free patterns, tips, techniques and more on their blog.

Muse of the Morning is giving away a handmade doll, and the PDF pattern for the Prudence doll. Also included is a felties kit and some hand-dyed wool felt. The winner can select hair and eye color, and a color theme for the dress. Learn more about the pattern on Etsy or Craftsy.

Adornments: Sew & Create Accessories with Fabric, Lace & Beads (US, Canada + Europe Winners OK)

Author: Myra Callan
Publisher: Krause Publications

The beautiful and delicate projects in Adornments are the perfect finishing touches for creating a purely romantic look. Make floral-inspired necklaces, in-full-bloom fascinators, and earrings with wispy feathers and sparkling beads. At parties, galas, special events, or even on your wedding day, the accessories in Adornments are artful creations that are sure to turn heads and inspire romance.

Using simple hand-sewing, jewelry and millinery techniques, these accessories are easy to make and even easier to wear. In fact, you may not be able to take them off!

Want to know more? Here’s the Adornments digital preview.

Sewing Solutions: Tips and Advice for the Savvy Sewist (US, Canada + Europe Winners OK)

Author: Nicole Vasbiner
Publisher: Interweave Press

Discover freedom in sewing with expert tips and techniques!

Even the best sewists will encounter problems, snags, and little glitches in their work. When you need answers, you’ll find nothing more helpful than those within Sewing Solutions from expert sewist and author Nicole Vasbinder. Consult this indispensable reference for invaluable advice on how to fix all your sewing mishaps.

Whether choosing the right tools, reading patterns correctly, or everything in between, Sewing Solutions will prove to be your essential sewing companion.

Want to learn more about Sewing Solutions?! Check out the digital preview.

Stitch Savvy: 25 Skill-Building Projects to Take Your Sewing Technique to the Next Level (US, Canada + Europe Winners OK)

Author: Deborah Moebes
Publisher: Krause Publications

In Stitch Savvy, there are five tracks (home decor, handbags, kids’ items, quilting and clothing), and each track has five projects that start simple and build up your skills. But wait, there’s more! Cross-referenced techniques allow you to skip around and explore certain skills. (You loved the box pleats in the Sashiko curtains? Check out the A-line skirt with the peek-a-boo pleat!)

So customize your sewing education! This book is designed specifically to allow you to grow your skills, pursue projects you crave and test the waters outside your comfort zone– and make some seriously cute projects as you do.

Bonus CD includes 13 PDF patterns for apparel, accessories and home decor, quilting guides and more!

Be sure to check out the Stitch Savvy digital preview!

Don’t miss our Handmade Holidays photo pool, and check out our 2011 Handmade Holidays list for more fabulous ideas.

28 ~ Gifts for Dressing Up
27 ~ Gifts for the Eco-Conscious
26 ~ Gifts for Teachers
25 ~ Gifts for Dads + Grandpas
24 ~ Gifts for Book Lovers
23 ~ Deck the Halls
22 ~ Gifts for Friends + Neighbors
21 ~ Gifts for Outdoor Adventurers
20 ~ Gifts for Playful Friends
19 ~ Gifts for College Kids
18 ~ Gifts for Tech Lovers
17 ~ Gifts for Imaginative Friends
16 ~ Deck the Halls
15 ~ Gifts for Girlfriends
14 ~ Gifts for Babies
13 ~ Gifts for Hostesses
12 ~ Gifts for Crafters
11 ~ Gifts for Big Kids
10 ~ Gifts for Whimsical Friends
9 ~ Deck the Halls
8 ~ Gifts for Cooks
7 ~ Gifts for Pet Lovers
6 ~ Gifts for Moms + Grandmas
5 ~ Gifts for Tweens + Teens
4 ~ Gifts for Organizers
3 ~ Gifts for Travelers
2 ~ Deck the Halls
1 ~ Gifts for Little Kids

We respect the copyright of all crafters. All photos are used with permission from the artist.

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215 Responses to November 29 ~ Write It + Wrap It

  1. Brigette says:

    Wow! I’m so excited about the fabric gift bags!

  2. Prachi in WA says:

    Thank you for so many great ideas.

  3. Sarah says:

    Such great ideas.

  4. Trish says:

    Okay, I’m already starting to miss Handmade Holidays! Can’t we just keep going into December??

  5. TX JennyWren says:

    I LOVE the Prudence Doll and would especially love to win it to give to my little grand daughter. Thanks

  6. mary says:

    Thanks for the great ideas I really must try eyelets

  7. Danijela says:

    Cone Shaped Pouches are my fav.

  8. BreannaS in MO says:

    I love the graham cracker houses. My preschoolers would have a blast decorating them.

  9. Denise says:

    Thanks SEW much:)

  10. Thanks for the inspiration!

    Rebecca in CA

  11. Anne Marie says:

    Love the Betty bag.

  12. Amy Menges says:

    I really look forward to this series every year. Thanks for pulling it all together! The bird tags remind me of the ornaments I made as a young teenager to decorate the tree in my bedroom- just traced around cookie cutters onto calico, cut out, sew, and stuff. Very quick!

  13. Stacy says:

    Great ideas! Thank you!

  14. Christine B says:

    I love the little bird gift tags and the cone shaped pouches.

  15. Elizabeth says:

    What cute bird tags!

  16. deborah b. in AZ says:

    all of these wrapping solutions are fantastic!

    love!

  17. Kerry in FL says:

    Lovely pouches

  18. amber says:

    Awesome books!

  19. Whitney in SC says:

    Love the idea of the adornments book!

  20. paintermom in MA says:

    I love the paper pouches! I bet they would be fun out of stiff fabric, too!

  21. Morgan says:

    Love the Little Betty bag!

  22. Crystal S. says:

    Love the fabric bags.

  23. Sue from Minnesota says:

    Thanks for the chance to win! I have always wanted to try some projects from One Yard Wonder!

  24. Kristina says:

    Adorable Little Betty Bag, perfect for adult or child!

  25. Georgia says:

    loooooove those birds!

  26. Beth says:

    The bird tags are so sweet! I think I’ll make them for my students.

  27. consuelo says:

    Love all the printables in this post! Thanks!

  28. Nancy Winn in CA says:

    Exciting ideas! Thanks for sharing.

  29. Jennifer J says:

    The little betty bag is so cute!

  30. Emilia in ca says:

    I think my babaloos would love playing with those birds! Thanks bunches fit so many ideas!

  31. Mary Beth says:

    The cone shaped pouches are very cute.

  32. Cal says:

    The two gift bags/pouches projects are now on my list. Thank you for the inspiration!

  33. Lynne says:

    Love the little cone shaped pouches!

  34. Christina says:

    The gift tags are very cute and the graham cracker houses remind me of ones I did as a child with Butterkeksen and Dominosteinen and Gummibaer people.

  35. Audrey says:

    I love those bird gift tags!

  36. Molly Martin says:

    I love those cone pouches!

  37. Kathe TN says:

    Thanks for all the info and ideas. I think my brain is about to explode:)

  38. Sonja says:

    Love the little birdie gift tags!

  39. Suzanne says:

    Can’t believe we are already almost to the end of November. I have really enjoyed this series.

  40. Sarah McGrath says:

    I love the fabric bags!

  41. Julianne Ross says:

    I already use fabric gift bags so these would be other fun options for gifts!

  42. Mhairi says:

    I love the flowers and the gift tag birds. They are wonderful.
    Thanks so much for creating this wonderful list.

  43. julis says:

    I really like those Splatter Paint Favor Boxes..thanks!

  44. Lies(je) says:

    I would love to wine one of the books!

  45. Joyce says:

    Love the Prudence doll!!

  46. Gina in NC says:

    So many ideas so little time. Oh what couldn’t I do with a yard of fabric. Thanks for the giveaway!

  47. Jasmin in Australia says:

    That is such a sweet little bag I have to make it. Thanks

  48. Joan says:

    I love today’s bag!

  49. Galatina says:

    Another group of lovely inspirational things!

  50. Frantically searching for black gift boxes to splatter with rockin’ paint! :)

  51. I love those chalkboard placemats!

  52. Connie Jagolinzer says:

    Unique gift bags… Love them!

  53. Judy in Oregon says:

    I love the cone shaped pouches and the fabric gift bags.

  54. Sandy in Ohio says:

    I remember making graham cracker houses with my kids!

  55. esther says:

    Cute cone shaped pouches. Nice for small gifts.

  56. Diana says:

    I just pinned the cone wrappers! It’s a great way to wrap small packages.

  57. Mandi says:

    The little bird tags – so cute!

  58. Judith in Canada says:

    I really like these wrapping ideas. It always seems a shame to wrap a handmade gift in ordinary paper.

  59. Fabienne says:

    All this is so inspiring

  60. Deidre says:

    Such great ideas! Thanks for another great year of Handmade Holidays — and thanks for the chance to win some great books!

  61. Lynn H. says:

    Cute paper pouches and tags. Thanks! I needed some quick projects.

  62. Tammi in OR says:

    Your Handmade Holidays are always inspirational, but I think you’ve outdone yourself this year! Thanks!

  63. Carmen in WI says:

    I love the Chalkboard Placemat Printables

  64. kathyh says:

    Thanks for all the giveaways.
    I sewed a couple with plans for more.

    Almost ready to turn our attention to .. . . ..
    GIVEAWAY DAY!
    Dec. 3, here we come.

  65. chibidani says:

    I like the little bird gift tags. Also, we’ve been using graham crackers instead of gingerbread for years.

  66. Tamie says:

    Thank you so much for all the wonderful ideas.

  67. Andrea says:

    I am always so sad when it comes to the end of Handmade Holidays. Why must November fly by so quickly? Thanks for all of the inspiration!

  68. Courtney says:

    Love the paint splatter boxes!

  69. Lisamarie in CT says:

    I’m loving the little Betty bag!

  70. Cindy says:

    Love the handmade goodies. My little one would LOVE that purse. And I may have to get a couple of those books win or not!

  71. Peggy says:

    The cone-shaped pouches are awesome! Those would remind everyone of yummy popsicle juice bars!

  72. beth says:

    Like the fabric gift bag idea!

  73. Chris says:

    Cute splatter boxes and bird ornaments!

  74. Lee says:

    I love that cute little betty bag!!

  75. Crystal says:

    I just sewed a fabric gift bag this morning but I like the idea of using eyelets too. Thank you for sharing such fabulous ideas, shops and giveaway this month – much appreciated!

    Crystal in Alberta, Canada

  76. Erika says:

    Really love the idea of graham cracker houses! So much more likely to happen, why didn’t I think of that?!

  77. Lillibeth says:

    the paper cones are really neat!

  78. Gina says:

    the little paper pouches are so cute and clever!

  79. Becky N. in MO says:

    Oh I LOVE the posts lately. (always, really) I hate for them to end. Please don’t let them end!!!

  80. Karen A says:

    More great ideas to add to my list.

  81. Rachel in UT says:

    I love this series so much!!! I almost missed it this year, so thanks for keeping all of the posts handy! There’s always a great idea.

  82. Sherri says:

    I can always use a new book! :o)

  83. Genevieve in Ontario, Canada says:

    beautiful bag today! plus i love the gift bags. nice work.

  84. jackie in IN says:

    Love the little purse and great things to print!!!!

  85. Jamie says:

    That red Christmas fabric that’s on sale right now is a fabric id love to add to my stash!

  86. Anita in NE says:

    This was a good year! thanks

  87. Robyn in Canada! says:

    The printables are to die for!

  88. Mel says:

    Those gift tags are so cute!

  89. Erin says:

    Those Pom-Pom flowers are so fun!

  90. Catherine says:

    Love, love, love those splatter boxes!

  91. Kylie C says:

    I love the little pouches- perfect for stocking treats!

  92. Tasha says:

    Love the great ideas!

  93. Jessica F in MA says:

    Great ideas – thanks for the giveaway!

  94. Kimberly N says:

    Love the Betty Bag! It’s on my to do list now!

  95. Charlotte in Ga says:

    The little gift bag is really cute. and so are the paper cones.
    Thanks

  96. Love the Little Betty Bag!

  97. Ella says:

    Stitch Savvy is definitely on my wish list!

  98. Kim T. says:

    love it, thank you!

  99. amber says:

    I tried making a homemade doll once as a present for my friend’s daughter and the face was so scary. I was afraid to give it to her because the doll looked so terrifying.

  100. Beth T in OR says:

    The fabric bags with eyelets/grommets are just the thing I’ve been looking for. Thanks much, for this and for the entire Handmade Holiday extravaganza.

  101. christina in VT says:

    Ah! So that’s what I can use scrapbook paper for– cone pouches!

  102. Sarah says:

    Love Mollie’s gift tags!

  103. Jen V in OR says:

    Must November really end? Way to “wrap it up”, SMS. You guys rock!

  104. Amy says:

    The graham cracker houses remind me of my grandma and her gingerbread houses. Thanks for the trip down memory lane.

  105. Stephanie says:

    I like the simplicity of the cone shaped pouch.

  106. Julia says:

    Adorable fabric gift bags! Perfect for wrapping our traditional Christmas Socks! :)

  107. Bruinbr says:

    Those little bird gift tags are adorable! Great idea!

  108. Robynn says:

    Love that Betty bag.

  109. Heather says:

    Another day filled with inspiration. Thank you as always.

  110. Wendy says:

    Great Pom Pom flowers!

  111. MarciaW. FL says:

    The Little Betty Bag is cute, and like all the ideas for wrappin and tagging presents.

  112. delia jones says:

    The little bird gift tag is adorable!

  113. Bianca says:

    lots of cute stuff in this batch. I’m addicted to pom poms right now.

  114. The Handmade holidays are always over before I am ready for them to be over… thanks for all the wonderful ideas! <3

  115. Megan Panda says:

    I’m so glad you guys have done some paper crafts! These are all great!

  116. Eleanor says:

    Cute gift bags!

  117. Great ideas! Maybe I’ll try something more interesting than just store-bought wrapping paper this year.

  118. Saori in CA says:

    Would love to make some projects with just a Yard of Fabric!

  119. Candi says:

    i just love every one of these holiday posts!

  120. susan hwang says:

    thank you for the printables! would love to get a copy of the adornments book!

  121. Lola says:

    Pretty fabric bags, they will look cute with holiday fabric!

    I am super happy to see the Adornments book. Good luck to me!

  122. Nancy says:

    Finally got the printer up and going so now I can print placemats and more.

  123. Sweet little items to make today. Lovely.

  124. nopinkhere from TX says:

    I need to make some gift bags and the ones at the top are great!

  125. Kristin says:

    I’m really excited to try out that simmer pot in my little studio!

  126. Caroline says:

    I would love to win one-yard wonders I have a lot of scrap around

  127. Kristin in MT says:

    What cute wrapping ideas! I love the fabric bags.

  128. Emily says:

    As always wonderful ideas!

  129. Veronica says:

    Now those are some handy ideas, especially for the smaller items I’ll be making.

  130. Veronica says:

    I love the cone shaped pouches! Those are perfect for stocking stuffers. I’ll definitely be making some of those.

  131. Sara says:

    True! It is a cute bag!

  132. Linda says:

    Love those little cone shaped pouches! They seem like they would be perfect for a candy selection to tuck into a stocking. Thanks!

  133. SS Sews says:

    I will definitely be making some of those fabric gift bags with the grommets!

  134. Sarah says:

    I love the cone shaped boxes.

  135. jen says:

    love the fabric gift baggies and cone pouches

  136. Jennifer in MA says:

    I can’t get the link for the 26th: Gifts for Teachers to work. I’ve been trying for a few days.

  137. KeriCan says:

    The paper cones are perfect for stockings!

  138. Jennifer in MA says:

    Those fabric gift bags would be a great way to sew down my “stash”! LOL!

  139. Amanda says:

    I always forget about those cone shaped pouches until its too late. I really needto incorporate them this year.

  140. Deb H. in PA says:

    Love the cone shaped pouches. Perfect for little gifts.

  141. Gretchen says:

    Ooh – I want to take my sewing skills to the next level! Stitch Saavy, please!

  142. Jen R says:

    Love the gift tags and wrapping ideas. Thx!

  143. I can’t believe I don’t own One Yard Wonders yet — I’ve been wanting that book for years! :)

  144. Anya says:

    I love the cone shape pouches. Perfect for stocking stuffers!!

  145. megan says:

    Those little bird gift tags are adorable!!

  146. carole says:

    I like the little bird tags – super cute.

  147. usairdoll in CA says:

    Love the Little Betty Bag! Those Graham Cracker Houses are too cute and just the right size.

    Thank you and all the awesome sponsors for the wonderful giveaways and all the chances to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

  148. beth says:

    I love that doll! Wonderful!!!

  149. Karen In NC says:

    Lots of wonderful links today. Thanks so much!

  150. Fawn says:

    I so wanna make the paint splatter boxes, those just look awesome!

  151. MsVicki says:

    Those cone shaped pouches are so brilliant! I love sewing paper … such a fun mixing of techniques.

  152. Misty from MI says:

    Yea more things to make! Love the Betty purse.

  153. marthaeliza says:

    I love the idea of a gingerbread house that you can actually eat afterwards. I, too, am sad that this is almost done, though my pinterest boards have been greatly supplemented!

  154. Kelli says:

    I love that pom pom flower! What a perfect headband/clip accessory for a little girl in her holiday dress!

  155. Erika says:

    that little bag is adorable

  156. Amber says:

    I am definitely going to make some cone shaped pouches for Christmas presents. Beautiful touch!

  157. Those teeny graham cracker houses are adorable! (I’m in the US!)

  158. Mom of Evil Geniuses in CO says:

    I’m so sad this is almost over! I’ve loved all the great ideas!

  159. Kay says:

    Pom poms always look cute so they flowers will be great to pop onto things. The bird gift tags could become decorations afterwards too.

  160. Mandi says:

    So pretty! Great ideas!

  161. Laura in VA says:

    I love the little bird gift tags! So cute!

  162. Tera says:

    Love the Prudence Doll, little bird gift tags and the little betty bag!!!
    THANK YOU—so sad tomorrow is the last day!!!

  163. cecile in WI says:

    Thank you ! I love those paper pouches, so cute. And the cracker houses, very good idea !

  164. Annette says:

    Very cute

  165. Melanie in AZ says:

    Loving the Little Betty Bag. :)

  166. Irenoski88 says:

    Thank you very much for the chanceto in!

  167. Donna Baker says:

    I love those gingerbread graham cracker houses! Donna in TX

  168. Joanna in NY says:

    Adorable Graham Cracker Houses. Love the Little Betty Bag.

  169. Have a bird obsession at the moment. Bird gift tags may be the answer!

  170. jessicac says:

    I am smitten with the cone shaped pouches!

  171. I will be trying the cone shaped pouches!

  172. kristen gilmore powell says:

    Love those little birds! Thanks

  173. Stephanie o in ct says:

    Absolutely love the bird name tags!!!

  174. I love the splatter paint boxes…and my preschooler might too :)

  175. Debbie says:

    The Little Betty Bag will be mine – love it!!

  176. Franziska says:

    I would love to win one of these nice books!

  177. That doll is adorable:)

  178. Serena in CA says:

    The Little Betty Bag is so very cute. I want to make one for myself right now.

  179. Kristin says:

    LOVE that little betty bag!

  180. Kristie says:

    I love the idea of reusable bags and wrapping. Thanks!

  181. Lise says:

    Love the pompom flowers!

  182. Heather says:

    I’m sad the gift ideas are almost done…I have looked forward to checking in every day to see the new ideas!

  183. Chrissy in MA says:

    I love those gift tags!

  184. Barbara says:

    I love Ruby’s gift bags. A great idea to use up some of the fabric in my huge stash!

  185. Penny says:

    The fabric gift bag is cute!

  186. Ooh – lots of fun ideas around here. Thanks for sharing them all.

  187. Hashi says:

    I’m still exploring my gift wrap options for this Christmas, so I like the idea of the eyelet bags.

  188. Theresa (in Germany) says:

    The Little Betty Bag is perfect for my next handbag!

  189. Fun stuff. I think I want to start working on gift bags so we have a stash for the giving of gifts!

  190. Allison C says:

    Those pom poms are cute!

  191. Larissa says:

    I really like today’s ideas – thanks!

  192. Alissa says:

    I love those cone shaped pouches!

  193. Stephanie says:

    What a wonderful series of tutorials this has been. I have had a blast making things as I see them come up each day. I also have loved being introduced to blogs that I haven’t come across before. A big thank you to all who made this happen!

  194. Amy in TX says:

    I really like the little bird gift tags – so cute and could be used as ornaments too.

  195. No! Handmade Holidays can’t end! That means I am running out of crafty time.

  196. Barbara says:

    Great gift tags; thank you!

  197. Rachel B says:

    the paper cones are fascinating.

  198. Megan in VA says:

    Oh my gosh! I love the little betty bag! I think I’ll have to make one for a friend AND one for me! And I’ve been meaning to make reusable fabric gift tags for a while now. So much sewing to do before Christmas!!!

  199. Elizabeth says:

    These are great ideas! I’ve been looking for ways to wrap gifts – the fabric bags would be perfect.

  200. Janice says:

    Oh, I look forward to visiting all of these sites! Thanks for the chance to win! :)
    Janice – in MD

  201. Christina in MS says:

    Love the little birds!

  202. Jill says:

    Such cute ideas. Can’t wait to try a few.

  203. ste says:

    Love the fabric gift bags and the idea of making something with just a yard of fabric!

  204. Mary says:

    The Little Betty Bag is cute. I might have to give it a try sometime.

  205. natali (NY) says:

    Those gift bags are adorable! Would love achance to win stitch savy, looks like a great book with fun projects!

  206. Tammy says:

    Love the Prudence doll. :)

  207. Debbie says:

    ovLe the spatter paint boxes

  208. Steph says:

    Love the stamped gift tags!

  209. Mina says:

    love the pom-poms

  210. Kalli in UT says:

    Love all the ideas!

  211. Natalie says:

    Sorry cant decide on a favourite for today; love them all!

  212. Renee in MD says:

    The Little Betty Bag is adorable. I have a stash of material to make dresses for my daughter, this would be a perfect little matching bag for a formal dress.
    I would love, love, love to win the One Yard Wonders book. I have it on my Amazon wishlist. :)

  213. brenda says:

    I will definitely be making the bag. Love it!

  214. Theresa in OK says:

    I need to made some of the fabric gift bags.

  215. Anne Rita says:

    Thanks for the great ideas and the giveaway!

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