Christmas Craft Tutorial Highlights #4

Now that Thanksgiving is over, everyone is really ramping up for Christmas! Everywhere you look is Christmas and it’s definitely not any different in Blog Land.

I’d like to thank all of you who have linked up faithfully to my Christmas Craft Tutorial Party.  It’s been so fun to see what everyone has shared and what projects were clicked on the most!

Here we go…

The project that was viewed the most was The Old Block House’s Scrap Christmas Garland.

She did a great job – so easy and very inexpensive to make.
This is a great idea to use all of that scrap fabric on!

The 2nd most viewed project was the Burlap Flower Ornaments that Lisa from Lisa’s Craft Blog made.

Very simple to make and oh so cute!

The third most viewed was a tie!

Suzy from Suzy’s Artsy Crafty Sitcoms has a wonderful tutorial on making your own Scented Pinecones.

Great idea Suzy.
Beautiful presentation too!

Melysa from Moments With the Montanos made this adorable Jingle Door Bell.

She has a great tutorial to follow.
I love the idea of these being on all year long…
That way you would know when your toddler or teenager was escaping!!!


Don’t forget there are still two parties going on!

“Turning the Daunting Into the Do-able” #11 Link Party CLICK HERE

“Christmas Gifts and Ornaments for $10 or Less” #4 Blog Hop CLICK HERE

Hope you come back tomorrow for a SUPRISE FEATURE!


Christmas Craft Tutorial Highlights #3

Happy Black Friday to all of you!  Am I a Black Friday Fan??? NO!  Nothing sounds worse to me than being out there with a ton of people! If I did that I would want stuff for FREE.  Ha!

My daughter’s love Black Friday.  They stay out all night long…the one night there is no curfew :-).  But I still worry.  Don’t us mother’s ever get a break from worrying?  Apparently NOT.

Hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving.  I’m still full!!!

The Christmas Craft Tutorial this week (#3) had some really great ideas!  I have not made one Christmas project…BUT, I’m feeling inspired by some of these!  It amazes me how easy and inexpensive they are.

The most viewed project was Bethany’s Embroidery Hoop Snowman from Pitterandglink.

She made this for her mother’s birthday.  The cutest.  Lovin’ that  GREEN DOOR!!

The 2nd most viewed project is Bonnie’s Chenille Snowmen from A Wee Meenit.

Every time I look at these little guys I smile :-).
Each one has their own personality…even the one without the hat!

And the 3rd most viewed is Lisa’s Snowflake Ornament from Lisa’s Craft Blog.  Her snow flake is so cute and SO easy and cheap to make!

Lisa has an easy to follow tutorial.
I’d like to also add that she has a 26 Day Christmas Craft Marathon
going on that started on November 26th.

Then, I have to share a few of my favorites!

Susan from Homeroad shared this adorable Vintage Angel Ornament.

Love the way she cut the arms out giving it a kinda  3D effect.

Jenny from Mom In the Sky made this yummy Gumdrop Wreath.

This brings back childhood memories for me.  I love anything made out of gumdrops!

Thanks so much ladies for sharing your projects!  They were ALL wonderful.

Click HERE to link to Week #4 (and the last one) Christmas Craft Tutorial Party!