Awww... I'm going to miss my little Christmas decorations. Christmas seemed to just zoom by this year. Now ill have to put them away pretty soon, and then I won't be able to see them for another year. So sad, but they will be waiting for me to celebrate with them again next year.
What a lovely, lovely idea for a winter wedding favor! Who wouldn't love to take this home as a Chtristmas decoration, and how nice it doubles as a memory of someones special day. Thank you pinterest for showing this to me.
Ok, I think I might have just fallen in love with this little picture. I would SOoooooo love little gingerbread houses with my tea. And look at the little trees on the front of the houses! And they are designed to fit on the edge of the mug!!! So cute!!!! I found it on designrulz.com and there is no information as to where to get them. But I want them sooooo much it hurts!!! It reminds me of the Kiki K holiday organizer. I almost bought it because the cover is so cute, but I know I would never get around to actually using. They came out with such a cute line of stationary this holiday. Unfortunately, the second December hits the whole month just zooms by and I usually completely forget to use the cute Christmas stationary I've bought. So I saved my money to spend at her shop for another time.
These are great inexpensive pom pom perfect for filing in areas with Christmas cheer.
This was probably my favorite shop window from Christmas. I just love all the hand cut paper snowflakes! It looks like Elf visited the land of nod, and completely redecorated. So cute! And the teddy bear looks so happy to be a part of it.
This little paper ornament is my new favorite present topper. And super simple to make. 7 punched out circles folded in half and glued together. Then glue to another circle, and add a ribbon. And you can choose any size circle that would suit your gift or tree. So quick, and fast.
Making some stripped paper straw ornaments tonight to get in the holiday mood. I saw red ones like these in the back of the paper source catalogue. So when I found these straws at target I couldn't resist.
One of my favorite things at Disneyland right now is the zombie gingerbread men. THEY ARE SO CUTE!! And they are everywhere like little hidden Micky's. They even have little bites taken out of them! In the Haunted Mansion you will see them rising from their graves! But by far is their variant which is the New Orleans Jazz Funeral gingerbread men. I could get only one picture of that and it's at the bottom of the post.
Here is another Christmas ornament I made for our lovely little tree. He is a most dapper Dickens skeleton bearing gifts. I am most proud of his top hat. I drew it out by hand and played with it a lot before I got just the right amount of distressed imperial elegance to it. On the side of his hat band is a little holly ornament that I drew out and fussy cut. Oh and I dearly love his little crystal scarf tack. I was originally going to give him a cravat, but he ended up preferring a scarf. I only had white satin ribbon so I "dyed" it by coloring it in with a red copic marker. Oh and I made the boxes and top hat out of bristol board.
Supplies Used: Copic Marker Copic Sketch Markers, Cadmium Red -- Little plastic skeleton from Michael's -- SS8 Crystal Hot Fix Rhinestones 10 Gross (1440 stones/pkg) -- DMC 115 3-310 Pearl Cotton Thread, Black -- Strathmore Bristol Smooth 9 Inch X12 Inch Pad -- Ranger Ink Mini Glossy Accents .5 Oz. Bottle -- American Crafts 3/8-Inch Satin Ribbon, 9-Yard Spool, White -- Ranger Stickles Glitter Glue 1/2-Ounce, Christmas Red -- Martha Stewart 32082 2-Ounce Acrylic Satin Paint, Beetle Black -- Mod Podge CS11236 8-Ounce Paper, Matte Finish --
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