Handmade Christimas 2013


Today is our last day for the Handmade Christmas 2013.  I’ve really enjoyed seeing all your handmade loveliness, I hope you have too.

Instead of a tutorial today, I thought it would be fun to just have a list of handmades that have caught my eye.

Gifts in a Jar

Hot Chocolate (has chocolate chips!!) by Ever Growing Farm
Cowboy Cookies in a Jar by Untrained Housewife
The World´s Best Chocolate Fudge by Untrained Housewife

Sewing and Needlework
Make Your Own Feed Sack Tote by The Giles Frontier
Ruffled Apron by MomPrepares
Cat Bed (from repurposed shirts, I love that!) by Fresh Eggs Daily
Bedsheet Skirt (this is super cool) by Ezer Wife
Crocheted Dishcloths by The Mind to Homestead
Cast Iron Skillet Handle Cover by The Mind to Homestead
Clam Shell Wristlet by So Sew Easy
Irish Rose Necklace by Little Treasures
Cinch Sack Back Pack by That´s What Che Said
Crocheted Snowflakes (video) by Lark Hollow Homestead

Home and Garden
Gorgeous Tiled Wooden Planter by Untrained Housewife
Chicken Wire Memo Board by Timber Creeek Farm
Glass Magnets by Five Little Homesteaders
Plant Markers (a child can do this one) by Five Little Homesteaders
Making Felt Balls (for the dryer) by Homestead Honey
Easy Wooden Clock by An Oregon Cottage
Book Page Monogrammed Tray by An Oregon Cottage
Headband Stand by A Thoughtful Place

Soap and Candles
Making Soap for Beginners by Making Shift
Coffee Bean Candle Holders (love the ones in the jar for a gift) by Fresh Eggs Daily
Lavendar Bath Salts by Montana Solar Creations
Flax Seed Pillows by An Oregon Cottage
Bath Bombs by Feed Me Mama

Magnetic Paper Dolls by The Craft Nest
Stick Horse by Light Blue Grey
Animal Pillows by Be Inspired Mama
Kid´s Car Carrier by Crazy Little Projects
Reversible Messenger Bag by Crazy Little Projects
Gumball Necklace by Project Nursery
Ruffle Headbands by Funky Polkadot Giraffe

Now, it’s your turn, leave your ideas in the comments so we can all see them…


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