Tina is joining us today to share some more handmade Christmas ideas. She curated a list of tree and table decor pieces that are perfect for making as gifts or for decorating your own home!

Today’s Guest Curator:
Tina from Miss Daisy Patterns

From Tina:
Hi I’m Tina from Miss Daisy Patterns. I just love handmade Christmases, each year I have been able to add to my handmade decoration collection and this year is no different, I’m going to enjoy making the following collection. I blog over at Miss Daisy Patterns, where I create sewing patterns and some times make YouTube videos featuring the items I make, my favourite at the moment is this little penguin

Button and Felt Ornaments
First up it is all about the Christmas tree, Jessica from Cutesy Crafts created these wonderful button and felt ornaments. They are completely hand sewn.

Decorative Stitch Tree Ornament
Next up Ruth from Sewing Spark shows you how to create really cute Christmas trees using a variety of decorative stitches on your sewing machine, I will definitely be trying some of these this year.

Up-Cycled Sweater Christmas Ornaments
Up-cycling is something I am very passionate about and when I came across these cookie cutter up-cycled sweater Christmas ornaments designed by Claire (of Pillar Box Blue), I just knew they had to be on my ‘to make list’. I am already collecting sweaters.

Simple Felt Christmas Tree Ornament
A super simple ornament to make with kids is available over on Coloured Buttons. Trixi’s excellent tutorial shows step by step how to make this quick and easy Christmas tree ornament.

Vintage Paper Decorations
Finally, I just loved these vintage paper decorations, Kat from Felt Berry has created the cutest paper and hand stitched woodland creatures.

Printable Christmas Tags
I’ve always been a bit partial to Scandinavian design so when I found Andrea’s really cute gift-wrapping ideas with free printable Christmas tags I was definitely smitten.

Cutlery Pockets
One of my favourite handmade items for the Christmas table has to be cutlery pockets, I feel that they just add that extra special bit. Anorila’s excellent cutlery pocket tutorial for a handmade Christmas is just the business; these will be a definite addition to my Christmas table this year.

Snowman Cutlery Holder
Then I came across a second set, which I think would be a fun addition too, Hayley’s snowman cutlery holder. Now I am just gong to have to make two sets.

Spiced Vegan Christmas Cookies
After all that sewing, I definitely felt treats were in order and I couldn’t resist these mouth watering Spiced Vegan Christmas Cookies w/ Vanilla Almond Cream by Sarah at Well and Full.

If you enjoyed this, check out our 2016 Handmade Holidays posts as well:

November 30: Handmade Christmas Ornaments
November 29: Totally Tropical Gifts
November 28: Upcycled Gifts
November 27: Sweet Softies
November 27: Sweet Softies
November 26: Luxe Gifts
November 25: Gifts for Crafters
November 24: Gifts for Fitness Lovers
November 23: Wonderful Wreaths
November 22: Gifts for Design Lovers
November 21: Bags to Make and Give
November 20: Lacey Christmas
November 19: Gifts for Artists
November 18: Scrap Busters
November 17: Gifts for the Dapper Gentleman
November 16: Gifts for the Girl Boss
November 15: Easy to Ship Gifts
November 14: Table Runners
November 13: Gifts for the Cook
November 12: Gifts for the Entertainer
November 11: Quick and Easy Gifts
November 10: Gifts for Book Lovers
November 9: Heirloom Gifts
November 8: Fast Projects for the Holidays
November 7: Gifts for Babies and New Parents
November 6: Gifts for Geeks
November 5: Stitched and Sewn Stocking Stuffers
November 4: Gifts for Playtime
November 3: Gifts for Four-Legged Friends
November 2: Gifts for Travelers
November 1: Gifts for Students

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