November 23 ~ Ornaments

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Ornaments make nice little hostess or friendship gifts throughout the holiday season. You can also start a new tradition and make your own handmade ornaments each year!


Today’s Guest Curator: Jess from Quilty Habit

Jess curated today’s ornament theme! Her Quilty Habit blog is hosting a Sew With Certainty series now through early 2014; it’s an interactive (link-up) series about a variety of topics, from gaining confidence through sewing with new techniques or writing a sewing blog, to sharing your work with others and achieving your own state of perfection with your projects. Take a look at her beautiful finished quilts, impressive quilting this year and enter to win her giveaway by the 26th. Jess has new Simple Patchwork Christmas Card and Fabric Scrap Christmas Tree tutorials for you to enjoy too!

Make It


Fabric Christmas Present Ornament
This Fabric Christmas Present Ornament from Raphaële at La Creature and You has a sweet, little felt bow.


Scrappy Stocking Christmas Ornament
Use those scraps! Jenny writes that these cheerful Scrappy Stocking Christmas Ornaments at Stumbles & Stitches are simple and quick to sew.


Christmas Tree Ornaments
Brenna shows you how to make easy Christmas Tree Ornaments at Life After Laundry.


Easy Glitter or Painted Glass Ornaments
These Easy Glitter or Painted Glass Ornaments from Zoe at Creative in Chicago are fun to make and give you a lovely result.


Pinwheel Ornaments
Use felted sweaters for these Pinwheel Ornaments from Teje at Nero’s Post and Patch.


Love Where You Live Ornament
The Love Where You Live Ornaments from Chris at Pickup Some Creativity is a great way to commemorate your homes over the years.


Bird Ornament
Zoe will send you the lovely card design to match her Bird Ornament if you drop her a line via Creative in Chicago.

Related tutorials you might enjoy: Christmas tutorials, 2012 Deck the Halls tutorials here, here, here, here and here

Mix It


Brookie Cookies
Have you ever made Brookie Cookies?! They’re a “Brownie/Chocolate Chip Cookie cookie,” and this version from Shelly at Cookies & Cups looks delicious.

Print It


Gift Tags
Share bits of your favorite fabrics in these clever Gift Tags from Elizabeth at Please Note.

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.

Mollie Makes Feathered Friends: Crochet, Knitting, Sewing, Felting, Papercraft and More
(US Winners Only)

Publisher: Interweave

This gorgeous new book from the team at Mollie Makes brings together ten designers and makers. Taking their inspiration from the natural world, they have come up with over twenty exclusive projects just for you, based around the ever-popular theme of birds. With ideas for handmade accessories, cards and gifts, this book is perfect for nature-lovers. It is full to bursting of ideas for using cute designs and pretty motifs in your craft projects. Includes a variety of crafts, with full instructions for knitting, crochet, sewing and papercraft projects, as well as ideas on how to turn your junk-shop finds into works of crafty art. Each project is accompanied by clear step-by-step instructions and beautiful photography, with hints and tips on personalising your makes, ensuring that everything you create is unique, just like you.

1, 2, 3 Quilt: Shape Up Your Skills with 24 Stylish Projects
(US Winners Only)

Author: Ellen Luckett Baker
Publisher: Chronicle Books

In this follow-up to 1, 2, 3 Sew, expert seamstress and craft blogger Ellen Luckett Baker shares her fun building-block approach to quilting. Organized by quilting shapes— squares, triangles, hexagons, circles, flowers, stars and diamonds— this easy-to-follow guide provides a simple way to master the elements of quilt design. Twenty-four projects progress in difficulty, allowing readers to develop technical skills as they work through the book. From the minimal Argyle Apron to the stylish Hexagon Handbag and more intricate Star Quilt, these modern, bright designs will appeal to beginning and intermediate quilters alike.

Tiny Treads
(International Shipping)

Author: Joeli Caparco
Publisher: Cooperative Press

Tiny Treads author Joeli Caparco believes that everyone deserves something warm and cozy on their feet, no matter what size they are! Socks for children knit up quickly and take very little yarn. They get worn often, are well-loved, and are a fast knit—fast enough for even the most impatient knitter. (Joeli even tells you how to get your toddler to wash their own socks, though the patterns in the book are designed for superwash yarns!) Grab a treasured skein of sock yarn and create your very own tiny treads today!

Happy Homemade: Sew Chic: 20 Simple Everyday Designs
(US + Canada Winners Only)

Author: Yoshiko Tsukiori
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

Are you a do-it-yourselfer, with a passion for Japanese style? Look no further, Happy Homemade: Sew Chic is the book you’ve been waiting for— all new simple and timeless creations of Yoshiko Tsukiori, popular Japanese fashion designer and author of The Stylish Dress Book, now available in English in the United States. Happy Homemade: Sew Chic features 20 easy-to-sew flexible patterns that boast authentic Japanese style created simply, by you. Sew-your-own pants, tops, dresses and skirts will add that sought-after Japanese flair to your wardrobe. Happy Homemade: Sew Chic is your ultimate guide in transforming fabric to fabulous.

Don’t miss our Handmade Holidays photo pool, and check out our 2012 Handmade Holidays list for more fabulous ideas. Here are our 2013 themes:

November 22: Deck the Halls
November 21: Stockings + Tree Skirts
November 20: Gifts for College Kids
November 19: Gifts for Men
November 18: Gifts for People Who Sew
November 17: Accessories
November 16: Gifts for Grandparents
November 15: Holiday Fun
November 14: Repurposed/Upcycled Gifts
November 13: Gifts for Book Lovers
November 12: Gifts for Girlfriends
November 11: Gifts for Boys
November 10: Eco-Friendly Gifts
November 9: Advent Calendars
November 8: Gifts for Make-Believe
November 7: Gifts for Travelers
November 6: Gifts for Geeks
November 5: Gifts for Babies + Toddlers
November 4: Holiday Party Clothes + Accessories
November 3: Gifts for Cooks
November 2: Gifts for Gadget Lovers
November 1: Gifts for Tweens

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268 Responses to November 23 ~ Ornaments

  1. Judy in Ohio says:

    Love reading about new books and resources connected to fiber arts. I’m learning how to see on a machine but also weave on looms. Having the visuals posted makes it easier to become excited and more focused on starting a project on my own.

    Judy Harney

  2. Ruth Rocker says:

    These are very cute ornaments. They remind me of the activities we shared with our children when they were growing up. All of the ornaments we had on the tree were handmade except, of course, the strings of light. Unfortunately, in 1999 we lost all of that to the tornadoes in Oklahoma City :(

  3. Wishing

  4. Karen M says:

    Thank you for constant and continued inspiration! <3

  5. Veronica in TX says:

    So many cute ornament ideas!!!

  6. Joelle in Nebraska says:

    love the pinwheel ornaments!

  7. jayne - Tennessee says:

    Cute and fun ornaments!

  8. Amy in IL says:

    I love the state idea ornaments.

  9. Kim McM in PA says:

    Nope, I’ve never made Brookie cookies, but they look tasty!

  10. Whitney M in SC says:

    I love the state ornaments, what a cute idea! And you could make several at a time once you had your pattern ready to go

  11. sorahart in UT says:

    Thanks for all of these ornament ideas! I think they would make wonderful gifts to make for neighbors.

  12. Jacklynn in WI says:

    The scrappy stockings look like fun – I knew I was saving little pieces of fabric for a reason. Thanks for the give away!

  13. Laurie from MA says:

    Love the bird ornament!

  14. Deidre in Canada! says:

    Lovely — I see a flock of bird ornaments coming our way!

  15. Allison in WA says:

    I will definitely be making some of those little stockings

  16. Sarah in MA says:

    I love the bird ornaments!

  17. Kellye A in TX says:

    The Christmas trees are so cute!

  18. Carmen says:

    I already have lots of ornaments but I’m going to have to make these! (the bonus is most of the tutorials show toddler-proof ornaments)

  19. Kate in MO says:

    These are so cute!

  20. Great patterns! I make Christmas ornaments for my girlfriends from college every year! Maybe I’ll try some of these.

  21. Terry in IL says:

    I really love those Where You Live ornaments, and these are all so do-able.

  22. Emilie in Canada says:

    I definitely want to try out those cookies! Yum!

  23. Nancy in GA says:

    That bird is too cute!

  24. Chris says:

    Thanks for the feature! There are some darling ideas. I make my children ornaments every year so that some day when they are grown, they’ll be ready to decorate their own trees, :)

  25. Gina in MO says:

    Those Scrappy Stocking Ornaments are adorable.

  26. Susie in WI says:

    Great list of ideas! I can’t wait to try the Brookie Cookie recipe, am drooling!

  27. Stephanie in Canada says:

    My favorite collection so far.

  28. Julie in IN says:

    I love to make ornaments, so this post was right up my alley.

  29. Betsy says:

    The trees and the states. Though i probably don’t have the patience for the states.

  30. Audrey in PA says:

    Love all the ornaments!

  31. Tina in Maine says:

    I love the “Love where you live” ornaments! Super cute idea, already pinned to my extensive Christmas ornament board, LOL.

  32. Samantha in VA says:

    Awesome!!

  33. Lisa McGriff says:

    I would love to win one of these prizes!

  34. Julia in NJ says:

    I think I’ll make some of those pinwheel ones to use as gift toppers!

  35. Patricia in PA says:

    Lovely, all of these, thanks!!

  36. Count me in!

  37. Heather says:

    Love the Idaho tag!

  38. Megan in GA says:

    I really like the bird and pinwheel ornaments

  39. Gina S. Ia says:

    I love pinwheels!

  40. Nancy McKenzie says:

    This is such a wonderful theme! I can’t wait each day for the new treats!

  41. Love the bird ornament.

  42. Mosaic Magpie says:

    Love the pinwheel ornaments!

  43. Julia in WA says:

    MMMMMMM! Brookies! ( and super cut ornaments to make! Yeah!)

  44. ccherry in CO says:

    Lovely ideas. I believe the pinwheels are going to become gift toppers this season.

  45. Sandy K MN says:

    I love handmade ornaments. Thanks

  46. Vicki H says:

    I love the Scrappy Stocking ornaments.

  47. Cinnamon says:

    Really love those scrap fabric gift tags. So clever.

  48. Carrie P. says:

    such creative ornaments.

  49. Marcia says:

    Thank you for the round up of wonderful crafts!

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  51. Heather in TX says:

    I love the scrappy stockings!!

  52. annette in me says:

    The folded fabric tree ornament is so clever…

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  54. Kami in WA says:

    The stockings are great and a fantastic way to use up those tiny bits!

  55. Kristin in wa says:

    Cute and quick. I should start a tradition! I definitely have enough scraps for this!

  56. shannon in wa says:

    Agreed, ornaments are a great friend or hostess gift!

  57. Kim says:

    What great ideas for ornaments! I love the scrappy stockings.

    Kim in NH

  58. I make ornaments for the cousins every year. Now I have ideas for the next few years!

  59. Cheryl in CA says:

    Love these ideas. Especially the little birds!

  60. Melanie in AZ says:

    The tiny presents are adorable!

  61. Meg in OR says:

    Wonderful ideas!

  62. Silvia says:

    They are all very nice!!! :)

  63. deborah b. in AZ says:

    the pinwheels & glitter ornaments are fab!

    and those brooke cookies look AMAZING.

    i’d love to win the 1-2-3 quilt book or the happy homemade book!!!!

  64. Shawn J in MI says:

    I love collecting different kinds of ornaments, thanks for the giveaway.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

  65. Jamie in MN says:

    Great post.

  66. Kari in WA says:

    Some really cute ideas here!

  67. Amy in IL says:

    Love all of these! Thank you.

  68. Laura in CT says:

    I love the state ornament! So cute!!!

  69. Jenny says:

    I really like the bird.

  70. Definitely time to start thinking about Christmas! Great ideas – thanks.

  71. Faye in Fl. says:

    Love all the pretties!

  72. craftytammie says:

    I love those scrappy stockings!

  73. Ella in Ga says:

    Love the where you live ornaments! As someone who has moved (and has family who has moved) a bunch, I’d love to make them as gifts!

  74. Alida in VA says:

    Nice ideas! The little tree ornament is definitely something that I am going to try!
    Thanks for the chance to win

  75. Françoise in Québec says:

    The bird ornament + card would be a lovely hostess gift! Also, I love that Japanese flair featured on the cover of the Sew Chic book.

  76. Beth in VA says:

    Love the “state” ornaments

  77. Jess says:

    Ooh, I am going to HAVE to make a set of “Love where you Live” ornaments for my husband for all the places we’ve lived together. :)

  78. kathyh in or says:

    Love the little birdie ornament on a card idea.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

  79. Eleanor in NC says:

    I am definitely making those “Love Where You Live” ornaments this year!

  80. Cynthia T. says:

    Oh my! What cute ideas! I need to make a few gifts. The Brookie Cookie will be made this week for my son for a welcome home gift!

  81. janet in nj says:

    what great ideas. definitely making brookies today .YUM

  82. Adri H. says:

    Ohh, those scrappy stocking ornaments are the cutest!

  83. Prachi says:

    Love the bird ornament.

  84. Becky in WA says:

    I love handmade ornaments. And I would love to win the Tiny Treads book!

  85. Beth T. in OR says:

    Oh my gosh. The “Love Where You Live” ornaments are perfect! I’ll be spending Christmas with my childhood best friend–she is traveling from where she lives in Germany to where we now live in rural Oregon. Christmas ornaments commemorating our shared California home state will be a lovely way to include her in our decorated tree. Thank you!

    P.S. Another day of great prizes, also. 1-2-3 Quilt is on my wish list, so my fingers are crossed. :)

  86. SammieEB says:

    Brookie cookies sound amazing! Think I’ll be needing to make some of these ornaments too…

  87. missmoozie in ca says:

    Lovely ornaments! Those stocking ornaments are too cute! Thanks for a chance to win.

  88. Linda Fleming says:

    Wonderful ideas – I love the scrappy stockings and the Xmas trees!

  89. Emilee of GA says:

    Oh my goodness I absolutely love those stocking ornaments!!! (And thanks for a chance to win 123 Quilt!)

  90. Sonia F says:

    I’m hoping to make a few ornaments if I get the gifts made!

  91. Sarah says:

    Love the tiny stockings! :)

  92. These are too cute!

  93. Marin says:

    Cute and very do-able ornaments

  94. Lorrie says:

    Ornaments are so much fun to make. Love the felt pinwheels.

    (from Canada)

  95. Love those scrappy stockings! Thank you.

  96. Judy in OR says:

    So many cute ornaments to make, they are all adorable. Thank you so much for sharing these ornament ideas.

  97. Connie J in CO says:

    So many cute ornaments!

  98. Tracy in MO says:

    Love these ideas, and I’m headed over to check out “Quilty Habit” right now :-)

  99. Liz K in OR says:

    Pinwheels, and states, and birds! so cute

  100. Jezibels says:

    Love love love sewing books! Would love to win!

  101. consuelo says:

    I really like the ornaments, all of them. Thanks again for such a fun collection of tutorials.

  102. Hilary in MN says:

    I love the cardinal ornament. but would also love a homemade tree with many of the others.

  103. Julia in WA says:

    Love all the ornaments, especially the scrappy stockings and the Christmas tree, so cute.

  104. Lisamarie in CT says:

    I really like the bird ornament! I’m heading over there to check it out now. Thank you!

  105. KristyMN says:

    Very cute ornaments.

  106. Amber in UT says:

    I like the stocking nod Christmas tree ornaments.

  107. Doreen Borck says:

    Yay some books that will sh to Canada. Please enter me for these great books.

  108. Tammy in MI says:

    Love the tree ornaments! How fun and easy.

  109. Carol in CA says:

    I like the Christmas ornament gift tags!

  110. Crystal says:

    Love those scrappy stocking ornaments!

  111. Cindi in GA says:

    What great ideas! Thanks for all your hard work.

  112. Whitner in SC says:

    That brownie cookie combo looks delicious! Slightly evil. But delicious!

  113. Ramona M. from MI says:

    Love the cute birdie!

  114. Jennifer in MA says:

    Love these! Especially the Love where you live ornament.

  115. Loree in ME says:

    Cute ornament ideas! Nothing more satisfying than a quick fabulous craft!

  116. Shirley says:

    Love that little bird! Shirley CA!

  117. Sarah in OH says:

    Loving all these non-breakable options! Thank you for keeping my tree cute and my curious kiddo safe!

  118. Lydia in WA says:

    I am truly a sucker for bird ornaments. This one is similar to a wooden bird ornament my 8 yo granddaughter painted last year. I may have to make these. I’m thinking a small Christmas tree decorated with birds.

  119. D says:

    Be still my heart. . .I have to make the Brookie cookies!!!

  120. Jenn J in OR says:

    Cute stockings!

  121. Lynn H says:

    Adorable ornaments!

  122. I love that bird ornament. I try to make a new bird every year. So now I have a good new pattern!

  123. Judith says:

    Pretty gift tags! And they’d look nice made with sparkly paper inserts as well. Just what I’ve been looking for. Thanks.

  124. Cindy in ND says:

    There are some really cute ornaments posted today.

  125. Allison in TN says:

    Love the little bird ornament! Thanks for the giveaway.

  126. Tif in WA says:

    The ornaments and tags are super cute! And the cookies look so yum!

  127. Emi in IN says:

    Love Where You Live Ornament…AMAZING!

  128. Serena in TX says:

    I love the scrappy stocking ornaments!

  129. Allison in MA says:

    The state ornaments are cute

  130. Gabriel in TX says:

    Those folded Christmas tree ornaments look so cool and creative. And my son already wants some Brookies. How did I not know about those?

  131. Judi in VA says:

    Love the bird card & ornament today!

  132. Sonja says:

    Great tutorials … AGAIN!
    My 11 year old will enjoy making some of these ornaments to give as gifts this year. I can’t wait to help her get started on them next week.

  133. Deb H. in PA says:

    Love the scrappy stocking ornaments.

  134. Heidi Babi says:

    I love the Christmas Tree Ornaments! What a great way to use up some of those strips I have in my stash. Thank you for the chance to win!

  135. Tammie says:

    I love the idea of making homemade ornaments with my kids. Thanks
    (ND)

  136. Amanda in MD says:

    Adorable all around. Great choices.

  137. Christina in Michigan says:

    These are all so cute! Thanks for the ideas.

  138. Kara in OR says:

    I’ve made the xmas tree ornaments, very fun.

  139. Kim in WI says:

    Love all of these Ideas…don’t know which one to start with!!

  140. Anna Dorothy in AZ says:

    Love the stocking ornaments!

  141. I’ve been reading more about 1-2-3 Quilt and would love to own it!

  142. Beth in MI says:

    Love the state and Christmas tree ornaments!

  143. Becky in FL says:

    Those little scrappy stocking ornaments are so cute. And I need a small gift for a hostess. This will be just right. Thanks again.

  144. Beth in Michigan says:

    Love the trees and stockings!

  145. Linda L. says:

    Love the bird ornament and the stockings.

  146. Jane in PA says:

    What great ideas for quick projects!

  147. MaryEllen in ND says:

    Another fabulous day of crafting/baking to get me in the Christmas mood!

  148. Vero Et in FL says:

    so much fun

  149. Barbara in FL says:

    I love the little Christmas stockings, so cute!

  150. Colette says:

    Another lovely set of ideas.

  151. Lauren In mi says:

    Great stuff thanks

  152. birrrd says:

    I actually liked yesterdays ornaments better than all of todays. But the gift tags are really cute!

    (Hope to get a chance on the yoshiko tsukioro giveaway, i’m in florida.. Thanks!)

  153. Robin E. in AZ says:

    Such cute and unique ornaments!

  154. Mary H in CO says:

    Those pieced stockings… I must make soon!

  155. Carol P. says:

    I love ornaments!

  156. Both of Creative in Chicago’s ideas are gorgeous, but I can’t resist trying the Scrappy ornament because they are cute and it looks like I have everything I need here.

  157. Shannon (in MD) says:

    Such neat crafts!

  158. Anya says:

    So many fun ornaments to make!

  159. Love the stocking and bird ornaments!

  160. Kristin in VA says:

    Oh I love the states – what a great idea!

  161. Love the scrappy stocking ornaments!

  162. Beth in SC says:

    I adore the state ornaments!

  163. Kati in FL says:

    Love those folded over tree ornaments. I’ve seen napkins like those!

  164. Sara in NY says:

    Ooo. I’m designing my Christmas tree and this is all so helpful! :)

  165. Bethany in WA says:

    Good suggestion of different handmade ornaments every year.

  166. Margo in WA says:

    Those stocking ornaments are adorable!

  167. Tabitha Myers says:

    Ahhh! I love those stocking ornaments! Off to make some right now. Thanks!

  168. Diane in AZ says:

    I love the “Where you live” ornaments – our son is in the Air Force – this would be great for his tree!

  169. Kristin H says:

    Such cute ideas! I love the little stockings.

  170. Lee in MI says:

    I love the Brookie cookie recipe! And I love the Where you live ornament! thanks!

  171. Jim in NC says:

    The stocking and tree ornaments look like they’d go great on my tree!

  172. Annie in CA says:

    I love the cute scrappy stockings!

  173. Carol F. says:

    oooooooops I forgot where I live……NC

  174. Carol F. says:

    Thank you for doing this! So many great ideas a perfect boost to the holiday season!!! :)

  175. Meriel A in MN says:

    I want to make all of the ornaments! Love the look of those Christmas trees :)

  176. Olga says:

    super cute gift tags! Thanks for sharing these I will be printing them out and make that right tommorow :)
    Olga, Lithuania

  177. Ashley in Canada says:

    I’ve made a few ornaments already for this Christmas. Thanks for more great ideas!

  178. Wendy in VA says:

    Love the state ornaments.

  179. Lynnette in VA says:

    New to do list.

  180. Kari E WI says:

    Love the Idaho ornament!

  181. Melissa says:

    Hello from Georgia:) Thanks for inspiring me today. I have a migraine and your post put a smile on my face and makes me want to go sew- fabric makes me feel better, too:)

  182. Barb C in WA says:

    The felted pinwheels are an awesome idea!

  183. Very cute ornaments. Thanks again for the giveaways!

  184. Heidi says:

    Making Christmas ornaments is one of my very favorite holiday activities!!

  185. Amber in CA says:

    I love this group! Great work compiling not just one but lots of things I want to make!

  186. Jane S. says:

    Mmmm, brookies! Clever idea and I’ll be making some of those soon. :)

  187. Betty in CA says:

    The Scrappy Christmas Stocking ornaments are so cute! Thanks for the idea.

  188. miranda MN says:

    Awesome. I’m going to have to check out the days I’ve missed.

  189. julie in wi says:

    homemade ornaments are cozy!

  190. Crystal Rose in MN says:

    I think I’m going to be making those gift tags soon.

  191. usairdoll in ca says:

    Beautiful ornaments! Zoe’s red bird and card is so darling! I’ve already dropped my comment luv for a card, hehe.

    Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.

  192. Miranda in California says:

    I am diggin’ those state love hoop ornaments! Gotta make a few for our tree–stat!

  193. Marissa says:

    I love all the ornament ideas!

  194. Julie says:

    I have never heard of Brooke’s- looks so yum!

  195. Robyn Dunfield says:

    The christmas tree ornament is brilliant! I cannot wait to try that!

  196. Emily in NY says:

    Some cute ideas here!

  197. Taryn in WI says:

    Those stocking ornaments are cute!

  198. Kristy in Australia says:

    Love the look of those tiny socks!

  199. Dorothy B in Az says:

    Thanks for sharing the pinwheel ornaments.

  200. SamanthaRI says:

    Love the bird ornament!

  201. Stacy in WI says:

    I like the Christmas tree ornaments!

  202. Sarah M in Vermont says:

    Why have I never made ornaments before? This year will be different!

  203. Teje says:

    Thank you so much for featuring my pin wheel ornament! I love all the ornament tutorials here and shall make them! Sunny wishes from Greece! Teje

  204. Stacia in TN says:

    I love the Love Where You Live ornament idea!

  205. Kylie C says:

    I’m going to whip up some of those Christmas tree ornaments!

  206. DebbieKL says:

    I love the little stocking ornaments – thanks!

  207. Rachel B says:

    I really like the half-circle tree ornies.

  208. Lindsay in Iowa says:

    I love the little trees!

  209. Nupur in GA says:

    I think I will make those scrappy stockings as gift card holders- a present inside a present.

  210. amy in FL says:

    All good ideas. Plus, brookies are a new one on me.

  211. Those scrappy stocking ornaments have my name all over them! Thanks for all the wonderful handmade holiday posts!
    Cheers, Kim (in CA)

  212. Theresa says:

    The stocking ornaments are adorable.

  213. Missy says:

    Oh, I’ve been wanting a Tsukiori book! ~ Missy in South Dakota

  214. Stephanie in IN says:

    Perfect ideas for the ornament swap I’m in every year!

  215. Sarah in WI says:

    Great ornaments!

  216. Elizabeth says:

    I love the Christmas tree ornaments!

  217. Renee Richardson says:

    Here in Alaska I’m typing with one finger while picking out my stash with my other hand to start making some of the scrappy stockings- so adorable! I will do some of the other ornaments as well- but can’t wait to finish these,,,

  218. Kristin says:

    great ornaments!

  219. diann says:

    Those gift tags are the cutest! And I really like turning the tree napkin into an ornament. Just might have to work on some of these today!

  220. Katie in NM says:

    The bird ornament is so cute

  221. Charlotte in GA says:

    What cute Ideas! Thanks

  222. Brooke in SC says:

    I love those scrappy stocking ornaments!

  223. Greeblygreebly in WA state says:

    The “love where you live” ornaments are such a great idea! They would make a really nice gift too.

  224. Penny G in FL says:

    Love the tree ornaments and the brookies look like a certain 6 year old would be thrilled with them.

  225. Kristie says:

    Those state ornaments are great. Perfect for my friends in Texas. They are going on my to do list.

  226. Darci says:

    Great ideas here!

  227. Grace in Canada! says:

    Wonderful, wonderful ideas! I am off to make some trees and tags right now. Thank you!

  228. Wendy in OH says:

    Cute ideas! I love the mini-stockings.

  229. katie strong in IL says:

    Cute bird ornaments!

  230. Karen in IN says:

    Oh what cute ornaments! Love them all!

  231. Tamie says:

    Oh, I see some things I want to try.

  232. Laura in NJ says:

    Hi Jess! Great job curating!

  233. SS in NH says:

    cute gift tags!

  234. Delia from VA says:

    The bird ornament is adorable.

  235. Tabitha Klucking in WA says:

    Adorable!

  236. Laurie in MA says:

    So cute – I love the little bird.

  237. Diane in NM says:

    I really like all these ideas today. Thanks!

  238. Serena in CA says:

    The ornament gift tags are too cute!

  239. These are all really lovely! I especially like the sweet red bird!

  240. Miet says:

    The bird ornament is really nice.

  241. Trina in MA says:

    I like the Love Where You Live ornaments.

  242. Jamie B in N.H. says:

    The state ornaments are great!

  243. Sarah in WA says:

    Lovely!

  244. Crystal in Canada says:

    Thanks!

  245. Sarah says:

    Brookies in the lunch boxes this week!

  246. Jennifer in MA says:

    Perfect projects at the perfect time!!! Just decided that I needed to make some ornaments to give this year. Thank you so much for the ideas!

  247. Sarah says:

    So cute! We have started making an ornament every year.

  248. Anne Marie says:

    Golly these are great ornament ideas.

  249. Diana says:

    Nice tutorials today!

  250. jennifer in NC says:

    I really like the Christmas tree ornaments. They look very fun and easy to make.

  251. Bess in UT says:

    So many fun ornaments. I love the Love Where you live ornaments.
    Thanks!

  252. Gill says:

    i love the Christmas trees and the red bird!
    Thanks!

  253. VIckiT in IL says:

    What fun ornaments and Oh my, those Brookies look just awesome. YUM.

    I don’t know who might be able to help, but twice I have tried to get to the tree ornaments that appear to be made from a tree napkin tutorial I saw years ago. Both times my computer is warning me, and blocking me saying it’s a malicious website. I’m sure it’s not but there must be something there and it could be an ad with coding that’s got something being read by Windows as bad so it blocked access. If that owner of that site can be told to check I’d appreciate it. I would myself but without being able to get there at all I can’t locate her email address sadly.

    Thank you so much for this list and the yummy recipes.

  254. Jane says:

    I want to make them all (especially the brookie cookies – I’ve made brookie, but never as a cookie).

    The red bird is especially lovely. Jane in the UK

  255. Cari in CO says:

    Love the state and bird ornaments!

  256. Heather Mentzer says:

    I love these ornaments. The little state ornaments are so cute.

  257. Tera says:

    Love this grouping of gifts!!! Thank you!!!

  258. Jenn in GA says:

    Brookie looks delicious. And The Love Where You Live ornament would be a fun thing to do for us as a military family who moves way too much.

  259. Sandy in Ohio says:

    I want to make all of these!

  260. Emilyplays in WA says:

    Sweet red bird, what a lovely list!

  261. Sara says:

    Sara in Maine!
    Awesome!

  262. Catherine in MI says:

    I need to whip some of these up to hang on my packages. :)

  263. Erika (CA) says:

    Another wonderful (and timely) post

  264. amanda says:

    All great prizes!!

  265. margie says:

    I love that bird ornament/card. What great teachers gifts, friend exchanges etc. So sweet.

  266. fenna says:

    eyeing that happy homemade book :) (in Canada) some really cute ornaments, and those cookies look really good!

  267. Barb B says:

    I will be making some of those stockings to give as gifts. Thanks for sharing the tutorial.

  268. Amber from ny says:

    Must eat a Brookie!

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