Christmas Gifts and Ornaments for $10 or Less – Highlights #4

We had some great projects shared this week! My head is swimmin’ with all the Christmas crafts that I’ve seen in Blog Land!

Where has the time gone? I cannot believe that this is our last highlight for the Christmas Blog Party that Bonnie from A Wee Meenit and I have been hosting.  I hope all of you have been inspired and have gotten some good ideas.  I know that Bonnie and I have.

My first choice is the Nativity Block that Brook from Babblings and More made.

I love this Silhouette  Nativity Scene.
It reminds me of what Christmas is really all about.

My 2nd choice is Artsy VaVa’s sweet Cupcake Ornament.

She estimated that these cute ornaments cost about $2 each to make.
They look complicated to make, but they aren’t!

My 3rd choice is this Ice Skate Swag that Bonnie from A Wee Meenit made.
I love the colors that she used.
So crisp, fresh and clean looking on her front door.
Bonnie’s ice skate swag needed to be one of the highlights even though she
is hosting this party!

Wonderful job ladies!!

 Next is Bonnie with her highlight choices…

So here we are, Highlights for the last Christmas Blog Hop!
I can’t believe the Blog Hop is over!
I want to personally thank Mandy from Project Queen for being my partner in this link party.
She has been so helpful to me as this was my first venture into Link Party’s.
First up is a beautiful Wreath from Tales of a Trophy Wife.
I love that you only need fabric, a glue gun and some upholstery tacks. I plan on trying this wreath
around Valentines day.  I can imagine the fun fabrics even now!
Next I chose Miniatures in a Jar from Salt Tree.
I have always loved snow globes, but I find that they are a little boring unless the snow is
blowing around. I love the idea of a snow globe that actually lights up! She gives a great step by step that looks so easy to duplicate!
And lastly I chose the Dollar Store Wreath from Everything has a Place.
She bought 5 packs of silver ball ornaments and 2 rolls of ribbon for a total of $7
and I think this wreath looks like a million bucks!

A BIG thank you to all of you who have been with Bonnie and I
for the past month faithfully linking  your projects to our Christmas Party.

Bonnie, thank you for hosting this blog hop with me.

Wishing all of you and your families a wonderful, safe and blessed Christmas!

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