November 7 ~ Holidays at Home
|We hope you’ve enjoyed our first full week of Handmade Holidays! We want to be sure you’re checking in on the wonderful Handmade Holidays photo pool, and please do continue to send us your memories, projects and traditions. Every Friday we’ll announce giveaway winners, and we’ll also share a selection of tutorials, products and recipes to help make your home extra-cozy and special for the holiday season. Enjoy!|
Laurie from Old School Acres shares a fun Acorn Ornament Tutorial, perfect for gift toppings and holiday decorating.
|Wee House Ornaments
Jennifer from Swallowfield made these ornaments for her family and friends, using some of her own artwork. She shares an easy how-to in her Wee House Ornament Tutorial, so you can make some with the image of your choice for your family and friends. (We think they’d be super-cute with kids’ artwork too.)
|Mini Mitten Ornaments
Andrea and Barb from Pink Argyle have a sweet, little Mini Mitten Ornament Pattern for you to knit.
Don’t miss these related tutorials from the SMS archives: Fabric Ornaments.
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:
|Kristin’s choice||Lauren’s choice||Beth’s choice|
|Pendants & Belt Buckles from caught red handed
We think Amy’s pendants and belt buckles from caught red handed would be great stocking stuffers!
|Almond Crescent Cookies
Enjoy this basic and delicious Almond Crescent Cookie Recipe from Simply Recipes. We’re sure your neighbors will appreciate a holiday plate filled with these!
|Holidays at Home and the Handmade Holidays photo pool!|
Amy Butler Quilting Solids Fat Quarter Pack
We’re giving away a pack of 12 gorgeous Quilting Solids from the Sew,Mama,Sew! shop. These beautiful colors will mix perfectly with Amy Butler prints, and are sure to compliment many other fabrics in your stash. Comment below for your chance to win. The winner will be announced Friday. See the growing list of other prizes we’ll give away this month.
More Handmade Holiday Ideas
6 ~ Pet Lovers
5 ~ Crafters
4 ~ Music Lovers
3 ~ Babies & Toddlers
2 ~ Travelers
1 ~ Tweens & Teens
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