We Wish You a Very Fawny Holiday Week {Day 4}

Hello everyone! Welcome to another special Fawny Holiday Week! We will be sharing inspiring holiday projects by our amazing Fawny family of designers along with videos and daily giveaways! Comment below for a chance to win a stamp set with coordinating dies plus a 6×6 paper of your choice!

Fawny Holiday Week continues today with another holiday video tutorial! Kara shows us how to make creative gift tags with hot foiled sentiments! You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

Thank you so much for watching!

Kara‘s beautiful tags are so creative! I love how she integrated the hot-foiled Winter Big Scripty Words into the “snow”! The cute mice from Snowball Fight and Mice on Ice add lots of whimsy and fun!

Marine filled this beautiful holiday card with lots of gorgeous Christmas accents! She combined Christmas Garland with Mini String of Lights and a stitched bow from Platform Pop-Up to layer on a hot foiled vellum panel! So clever and beautiful!

Then Marine created an amazing Stitched Mug shaker element! She combined I Scream You Scream with Stitched Cupcake to add the drips of chocolate and dollops of whipped cream, yum! And of course, she included cute Tiny Gingerbread cookies too! I love that she embossed the Magic Holiday Message on the acetate, it’s such a pretty detail!

There is a lot of fun happening on Mindy‘s adorable Scalloped Circle Gift Tags! She hot foiled snowflakes in gleaming silver on the ink-blended circle. Then she added the Say What? Holiday Critters on a snowy Stitched Hillside. Finally, she embossed a greeting on the tiny tag tying it on with Peppermint cord.

Samantha created a fun Santa’s workshop scene with some busy Holiday Helpers! She shopped her stash to find fun embellishments in Just Add Glitter, Purrfectly Wicked, Ho-Ho-Holidays and Over the Mountain Borders! I love the glimpse out the window of the sleigh and reindeer! So adorable!

Yainea got really creative and stamped her own custom wrapping paper! She gave the papers a retro vibe using Frosties for one and the solid tree stamp from Toboggan Together for the other.

She brought the retro look to her adorable Stitched Circle Tags as well! The penguins are also from Toboggan Together. She included a speech bubble with greeting from Say What? Christmas Critters. I love how she added another greeting on the Hearts and Stars Skinny Tag which she layered with an Everyday Sentiment Banner! How fun are those layered tags!

Joy‘s Winter Skies card is so magical! She created a dramatic night sky for Santa’s Christmas Eve flight, framing the scene with a Snow Flurries Backdrop!

Nichol’s Felt Christmas Trees

Nichol‘s hand-stitched felt trees are so cozy and cute! She used Outside In Stitched Christmas Tree to cut her colorful felt. She added Oliver’s Stitched ABCs letters and whimsical buttons before stuffing and using a blanket stitch to close them up!

They are perfect for stringing together to create a colorful holiday garland!

Or arrange them in a simple bowl to add holiday cheer to a table! They are just so sweet, and Nichol is so creative!

Giveaway time!

I hope you have enjoyed this fun look at some of our Holiday and Winter sets. Tomorrow, we will have another fun Fawny Holiday celebration but for now, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us about a favorite handmade holiday decoration by November 18th at 5:00PM ET. We will randomly pick one winner for a stamp/coordinating dies set plus a 6×6 paper pad of their choice! If you post about our Fawny Holiday Week on social media, leave another comment for a second chance to win!

Make sure to come back tomorrow, Friday, November 18 as we wrap up Fawny Holiday Week with another inspiration packed line up! We hope you guys love this week!

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236 thoughts on “We Wish You a Very Fawny Holiday Week {Day 4}

  1. One of my favorite handmade holiday decorations are ornaments my children made when they were younger, which they add to every year. They are a clear bulb. Each one contains a picture of my child from that year and something meaningful. For example, my son went through a huge Lego phase. So he put a Lego brick in his ornament along with a picture of him building with Lego. My daughter collected Tsum Tsums. She put a Genie and Abu Tsum Tsum in hers. (She knows Aladdin is one of my favorite movies.) Every year they do a new and updated version. I treasure all of them.

  2. In Kindergarten, my daughter made a handprint wreath banner with on burlap. It had green handprints, red pompoms and a gold ribbon. So cute and sweet. I still hang it up every year.

    1. A girlfriend gave 4 beaded and sequin ornaments for my wedding 41 yrs ago. They have hung on our tree every year. Then some of my other favorites are the ornaments my grandchildren have made.
      Once again the designers have created wonderful designs. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Any of the ones made by my son when he was in school. I still have everyone of them, they have been repaired when needed and bring me so much joy when I look at them. Loved todays projects

  4. My fav is a clothespin reindeer I made my mom when I was really little. Super simple but I love that we still have it.

    1. My favorite memory of handmade ornament was learning how to sew Christmas stockings for the first time and learning along with my mother in law.

  5. I painted a white sign with ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’ in red, and used red ribbon with white edges across the top f the sign to cover a mistake…the ribbon gave the whole thing an awesome Santa vibe, making it cuter than it would have been without the mistake. The sign still makes me smile every year.

  6. I made ribbon angels, one for each member of the family, and gave them to my mother in law. When I taught kindergarten, I made handprint snowmen ornaments for each child to take home as a gift for their parents.

  7. I have two snowmen ornaments I put on our tree every year. One is wooden and the other is cardboard, cotton balls and twigs. My children made them when they were in grade school.

  8. I’m obsessed with Samantha’s card of Santa’s workshop! 😍
    My mum still takes out little clay snowmen every Christmas that I made as a toddler in kindergarten and it warms my heart ❤️

  9. My favorite hand made Christmas decorations are the ornaments that my daughter made for the Christmas tree throughout her school years. I always love going through them and remembering that season of our lives!

  10. my favorite handmade ornaments are some my mother cross-stitched for me and I love putting them on the tree each year!

  11. It is difficult to pick one favorite handmade decoration because my very talented mother has quilted many things for the holidays for us, including a holiday-themed table runner that is stunning, a wall hanging, an advent calendar, some ornaments and a star for the top of our tree. These are all so beautiful and made with love and will be treasured for years to come.

  12. My favorite handmade holiday decoration is stockings that I made last year for me and my hubby. Each stocking had a cute gingerbread, one a girl ginger and the other a boy ginger. This year they will go up again.

  13. My favourite handmade ornament is a photo of my dogs embedded into a glass ornament bulb. These 2 dogs have now passed over to Rainbow Bridge, but every Christmas, they watch over us from the tree.

  14. I have made a lot of ornaments over the years, but my fave is a lion & lamb set made with round ornaments, painted on the inside, using lots of snow texture on the lamb and tan colored ‘hair’ for the lion.

  15. My favorite decoration was a tree skirt that I made myself and embroidered all kinds of Christmas decorations on it.

  16. Fab cards, thanks for sharing Kara’s video, love the way she used the sentiments on the tags. My fave holiday decoration was a wreath made for my daughters’ teacher.

  17. My favorite handmade holiday decoration are the ones I made with my kids when they were grade school age. Every year I would let them choose their project. It is some of my favorite memories.

  18. My favorite handmade holiday decoration is one made by mom that is a star covered in felt and pieces of her jewelry. She made one for each of my siblings

  19. Fabulous showcases; I’m especially smitten with Nicole’s felt trees! Favourite decoration is the Merry Moose-mas cross stitch I made years ago. It features a wonky-kneed moose, a mailbox and a cute mouse. Loved every stitch!
    ~carol

  20. My favourite handmade holiday decorations are clay decorations my gramma made years ago. My family puts them in the front window every year.

  21. My favorite handmade holiday decorations are the ones my kids made for us in preschool. The little popsicle trees, the noodle wreaths, the Christmas countdowns with pompoms and their handprints. I will continue to glue those things together so we can display them every year!

  22. My favorite handmade Christmas ornament is a snowman made out of miniature thread spools that my youngest daughter made in 1st grade! It gets a place of honor every year at Christmas.

  23. One of my favorites is an ornament made by my mother in my childhood that still hangs on my tree – a styrofoam ball covered in sequins held on by pins and layered together. These were all the rage in the 70’s, and it’s so evocative of the era and my childhood, I love it!

  24. My favorite handmade holiday decoration is a wooden Santa garland. The Santas look so cute and have gifts placed in between them. Originally it was a craft kit but I’ve recreated it a few times using foam rubber

  25. My favorite handmade ornament is an angel with glitter and a sentiment inside a round ornament that I made at a stamping class almost 20 years ago!

  26. I love making ornaments and the year I learned to knit everyone got a tiny knit ornament! I love how the DIY ornaments make a tree personal!

  27. I love all the tags! Soooo cute! And the darling felt trees!
    I love to paint paper mache boxes as santas, peppermints, snowmen etc

  28. I have some simple wood – cut ornaments that my grandfather made w/ (I think) a jigsaw. They’re not sophisticated, but I got to paint them after he cut them. This was years and year ago, of course. I also have an angel made of felt that is really pretty – I didn’t make it, but it IS handmade. There are many others, but those are my favorites.

    Kara, thanks for the excellent video. Love your work!! These tags are cute and beautiful!
    Lori S in PA

  29. One year I stamped unfinished birch tree rounds with winter type stamps, colored them with Prismacolor pencils, added twine and gave them as gifts.

  30. I love the gingerbread and cocoa card!!! My favorite handmade ornaments are any that my 4 kids have made me over the years.

  31. I have loved making so many over the years! My first was the original snow globe! So cute I still make them! These trees are adorable!! Oh and the snow mice tags as well!! Cute!!

  32. My favorite handmade Christmas decor is the felt banners I am making right now. I am really enjoying making them special

  33. I cross stitched some really cute ornaments but also a little Christmas scene which I had framed and it comes out every year.

  34. My most favorite handmade holiday decorations are the 2 small First Christmas stockings that I made for my kids right after they were born! One is crewel embroidery and the other is counted cross stitch. So much fun to make and so very special to me!

  35. My mother made porceline roses for my vintage tree. I have used them for years and now that she is gone, they bring a touch of her to our holidays.

  36. My tradition is making an ornament every year for my children, and now granddaughter, too. But my favorites are the ones my kids made in kindergarten. The first one that springs to mind is from my oldest child. His first homemade ornament is a walnut, filled with cotton “snow”, and then his first school picture attached to the front. He made it when he was five, and he is now 33. I recently gave him all of his ornaments for their family tree. But I kept that one for our tree! Shhhhh….

  37. My favorite handmade ornament is the one my daughter made in kindergarten. The whole class made glitter ornaments with their pictures in them.

  38. My favorite handmade things are all those ornaments the kids have brought home. They don’t make it on the tree every year, but they remind me of their littleness!

  39. Many years ago a friend made me several beautiful cross-stitched ornaments. Every year when I open up the box to decorate the tree, I am so happy to see them there. They bring back so many memories and remind me of her.

  40. I’ve kept all of the kids’ handmade ornaments – hard to pick a favorite, but maybe the terracotta pot nativity scenes.

  41. Such cute inspiration!!! Love Nichols trees!!!! My daughter and I make hand knitted pumpkins which we send all over the US:)

  42. My favorite handmade decoration is the stuff I get from my family members in school. They do a lot of crafts around Christmas such as popcicle stick reindeer, paper Christmas trees, cotton ball snowmen, etc.

  43. My favourite handmade ornaments are the ones my two boys made when in preschool as they have their photos attached and I love seeing photos of them when they were so teeny tiny! 🥰

  44. Last year, I used the LF stitched snowflake frame to make snowflake ornaments for my family and they turned out so beautiful! They’re definitely my favorites!

  45. My favorite handmade decoration is a rocking horse that we place by our Christmas Tree that my brother and sister made for us a long time ago.

  46. Wow another great round of projects! My favorite handmade Christmas ornaments were made with seashells that I collected with my grandparents one summer on the beaches of Florida. My grandparents are long gone and when I hang the seashell ornaments, it brings a smile to my face remembering the fun times I had with them.

  47. One of my favorite decorations is a white satin ribbon star made by an elderly polish woman that she gave me as a gift. I hang it on my tree every year as a remembrance of her.

  48. Wonderful projects!
    I have a set of two handmade angels that one of my aunts made. They’re made of crepe paper and were created about 60 years ago! I treasure them!

  49. My great-grandmother was an amazing painter and she made a couple of beautiful hand painted ornaments for me before she passed. I love those ornaments and always take special pride in putting them on the Christmas tree (high, so that nosy furbabies don’t get tempted to make a chew toy out of them).

  50. I made a Christmas Stocking years ago out of odd pieces of fabric which were outdated samples from a furniture-shop I worked in a looooong time ago…. I’m not good with a sewing-machine, but this actually turned out pretty good!
    Santa’s Workshop-card – what a cutie!!!

  51. I cut out a bunch of the outside stitched christmas trees. I folded them down the middle and glued several together to make a 3d tree. I glued them onto little wood blocks and they look adorable on my mantle.

  52. My favorite handmade holiday decor are ornaments my boys made. They are so adorable and I know they made them with love, making them so special.

  53. My most favorite handmade holiday decoration is a large crocheted Santa boot my Mom made for me. Every year I fill it with an assortment of Christmas candy for my guests.

  54. Some of my favorite handmade holiday ornaments are the antique bead and sequin ornaments my grandmother made. Some of the foam balls have started to disintegrate with age, so I have started removing all the pins, beads, and sequins and remaking the ornaments using new foam balls. So time consuming, but so beautiful when finished!

  55. My favorite handmade decoration is a ceramic nativity scene my mom hand painted when I was a little girl. It lights up and it’s just beautiful.

  56. My favorite handmade decorations were the little ornaments my children made for our Christmas tree and gave to us as gifts.

  57. My favorite holiday decorations are my Christmas Tree “eggs”. Many years ago, my mom and her very talented friend, would blow out the inners of the egg, cut around them, kinda like a panoramic egg and decorate the inside and outside with old custom jewelry, inside of cards as backdrops. They are beautiful. They’ve been around since my mom made them in the 70’s. They are hard to explain but are beautiful!

  58. Love all all the inspiration. My favourite homemade holiday decoration is a collie ornament I made for my Mom in school. It always went on the tree every year.

  59. My favorite handmade holiday decoration is the Wizard of Oz ornaments that my mom made over 40 years ago, Every year I unwrap them they bring back so many wonderful memories I have when I was a child.

  60. I have 2 handmade ornaments from a friend of my parents. She is an artist and creates beautiful things from shells, ribbon and other odds and ends.

  61. My favorite handmade holiday decoration is an
    Christmas tree adventkalender I made for my mom
    using Lawn Fawns tiny gift box

  62. Every year my husband’s brother makes us a beautiful wooden Santa. They are all so fun to get out each year to decorate our mantel and hearth.

  63. Kara, you are so stinkin’ adorable! I loved your story and you always have the greatest creative touch! Love your artistry!

  64. My favorite handmade decorations are the ones my kids made 30 plus years ago…a garbage bag Christmas wreath and a paper mache Santa.

  65. My favorite handmade decoration is a wreath made out of ornaments. It also has lights in it. Along the years a couple of ornaments broke, but there are still enough left😅.

  66. My two favorite handmade ornaments are two made by my children when they were younger. Their use of bright colors has lasted all these years and are very precious to me.

  67. One of my favorite homemade decorations is a poinsettia flowers cross stitch that I made about 30 years ago. It had so many color details and made in smaller cross stitch so it looks quite real like a painting. I fi ally had it professionally framed to preserve it longer for a few more generations. It gets hung every Christmas on a wall as a focal point.
    Love the mice tags in this post. Great job DT

  68. I love making origami ornaments from Christmas wrap with a bit of rigidity. It tickles me to walk into a friend’s office or home and see a flying pig or dragon year-round.

  69. Myself and my siblings each have a few ornaments that were made by our great grandmother – they are very old and very special.

  70. My kids are teens and we still decorate our Christmas tree with all of their hand/school made ornaments. A lot of them have finger/hand prints on them, which make them even more special.

  71. The handmade ornaments are cute. I like the idea of using the holiday sets in a variety of ways, and I have gotten a lot of new ideas!

  72. My favorite Christmas decoration to make is the home made gift bags using the beautiful papers and putting the little lawn fawn stamps on the gift tags! Always a hit!

  73. Handmade ornaments are the best! Especially the tin foil covered Styrofoam cups upside down to look like a bell from 40 years ago 😅

  74. Love those beautiful Christmas tags! Just finished making LF pillow boxes and am going now to have to make some TAGS! A dear friend years ago made me a ceramic Christmas tree which my family has enjoyed for many years. My friend has since passed and I’ve given the tree to my daughter now for her family to enjoy.

  75. I loved all of the lovely projects today! They are so inspiring!!!

    I love so many of our handmade Christmas decorations – there is no way to pick just one. My MIL made a lovely quilted tree skirt (which was traditionally “tried on” as an actual skirt every year when my daughter was little), my aunt made beaded and sequined felt stockings for both of our kids and my hubby still has the one his grandma made for him, my grandma and my mom made crocheted or tatted snowflakes as “child-proof” decorations for our tree when the kids were little, and I love the angel I made for our tree topper as well as a small beaded counted cross-stitch scene that I created years ago. There is so much love and talent wrapped up in each of these items – they really bring me closer to family that I love.

  76. My favorite holiday handmade decoration is a felt garland that I made years ago. It makes me smile every year when it gets hung up.

  77. My favorite handmade holiday decoration is the advent calendar I made for my kids a few years ago! And a pop up ball Christmas ornament I made last year.

  78. My favorite handmade holiday decoration is the handmade Christmas cards that my step mom and sister and I exchange. We all have different decorating styles so it is fun to see what they design.

  79. As a child I loved making decorations for my grandmas tree especially with perler beads (the ones that you iron so they stick together).

  80. These are all so great! My parents used to do ceramics and I have one of their trees. They are both gone now so every time I put it up and enjoy it for Christmas I think of them.

  81. So when my boys were in younger, they had a lot of bonfires and beer was consumed by all! We had lots of sleep overs with friends and lots of pancake Sunday mornings! Every year at Christmas, I give an oranment for something significant that happened that year. My husband and I took beer cans, made bonfires and put glitter on for flames, and drew some stick people on there around the fire! They still hang them on their trees to this day!

  82. I love the pop up box card I made years ago that I kept as decor. It’s using all the cute penguins and igloo from your sets!

  83. The wreath my son made me when he was still in elementary school… (he is 36 now) it is made of sandwich baggies. I still hang it every year.

  84. As a newlywed and young mother several years ago, I cross stitched my family’s Christmas stockings. They’re still in beautiful shape and we put them on the mantle every year!

  85. I want to thank Lawn Fawn & design team members for giving me something to smile!
    Love everything shown in this post! Unfortunately, my mom passed away yesterday!
    It’ been a difficult yr. with family members passing away! 💔
    I have handmade made many items over the yrs. it’s hard to pick just one! I’ve made
    multiple wooden, slate, wreath’s, matching swag’s & would sell them at craft fairs & to
    fellow Dr, nurse’s & friends! My favorite color is pink/mauves & after my house was build
    I created multiply wreaths for my front door, 2nd floor windows, mailbox & matching swags
    that around my front door in addition the inside of my home!
    Thank you, Lawn fawn, for offering everyone a chance to win! 💙

  86. My favorite decoration? Can I say all of them? I LOVE Christmas Decorations. I love lights. I love reindeer. I love snowflakes.

  87. Some years back my quilting group did an ornament exchange. I picked a paper pieced Christmas tree from a very dear lady that taught us a class when we first started quilting. Millie has since passed and every year I think of her when I hang that ornament for all to see… Nichol I just love those felt trees. A big bowl would look so sweet full of those.

  88. When I was still newly married my sister came to visit and we went to bead shop. We picked out beads to string on wire and bend into stars. To this day (15 or so years later) we both still hang them on our tree.

  89. In the late 80s-early 90s, I made a grapevine wreath adorned with black and red buffalo plaid stuffed critters. Isn’t it funny how the buffalo plaid is back in fashion again.

  90. One of my favorite handmade holiday decorations is a ball ornament that my mom made for me many years ago. Inside the ball is a mini winter wonderland with 2 porcelain penguins. The ornament has yellowed in spots but it is still one of my favorite decorations.

  91. I don’t know if they were handmade, but I remember as a kid growing up we had a set of wooden Christmas tree ornaments. I loved to decorate the tree with them but always had to be super careful with them. Unfortunately over the years, some of them have come undone or broken in places. I think my parents still have them somewhere – even though they no longer put up the big Christmas tree and even if they did they have different decorations that they’ve bought over the years. I might see if I can find them next time I visit and see what condition they’re in and fix what I can.

  92. I made cross-stitch Christmas stockings for my boys. They are adults now, but these stockings still bring a smile to my face. Beautiful inspiration from the design team.

  93. I have so many but the stockings I made for my kids and grands are some of my favorites. The advent tree I made my daughter with the tiny gift box dies and gingerbread house with gingerbread men for my Mom are also some of my favorites.

  94. My FAVE Christmas Ornament is the one I made for the Hospice tree. It’s a Large Ornament with my Mom’s pic in the middle of it.

  95. Every year I made homemade tree decorations for the family. I have made stitched felt ornaments, cross stitch ornaments,
    handmade lanterns, button ornaments, etc. This year I am making Christmas trees ornaments.

  96. My favorite handmade decorations were made by my daughter in Girl Scouts and little angels crocheted by my favorite aunt

  97. I love the ornaments that my mom cross-stitched for me over 30 years ago; they’re the first ones on the tree every year!

  98. I have a lovely ornament, cross-stitched on perforated paper with beads, made by my dear mother, who passed away in 2018. It is so precious to me.

  99. I can’t say I have a favorite ornament. I love them all especially those who have been given to me by students, friends and family.

  100. The ones my boys made when they were really little. Their handprints were turned into 4 little snowmen. 💕 It’s so hard to think they were once that small!

  101. I don’t make handmade decorations anymore, but my favorite ones are the ones my children and grandchildren have made over the years.

  102. There is a video game my husband and I love. It’s called splatoon. One of the things that is apart of the game is that it has special events. I made ornaments by putting paint into the clear balls using the colours from the events. I the drew a picture representing the winner of the events that was attached to the outside. They are special.

  103. My favorites are all the ones my kids made through the years……they’re all grown up so having these special memories is wonderful!!

  104. My sister sewed a childproof Nativity set for my children. I recently gave it to my daughter for my grandkids to enjoy. I love it

  105. Years ago I made a set of felt Christmas ornaments with Avengers, Batman, Star Trek, and Disney Themes. I also made a few Doctor Who bulbs, and decorated my tree nerd style.

  106. My favorite handmade holiday decoration is the bows I hang on the garland each year. I am a terrible bow maker so my friend, who is a florist, helped me tie enough wire ribbon bows for my entry way garland. I reused them every year and just fluff them up. They really add a nice pop to the green of a garland and it really makes the entry way a star!

  107. My favorite handmade gift is the Christmas stocking that my grandma knitted for me when I was a child. Love those felt trees!

  108. My favorite handmade holiday decorations are the ornaments my sister and I made for our mom when we were in elementary school.

  109. My favourite handmade holiday decoration are little cornish pixies we made for our harry potter tree our of polymer clay!

  110. One of my favorite hand made decorations that I made was with snowflake dies, I did tons of them in several tones of blue and put glitter on them. Then I put little strings attached and I hung them all over the ceiling in my living room with blutack for a party I was going to give for friends. When my friends came they were really impressed, it was all so lovely, although they did think that the theme of the party was “Frozen film” LOL. It was suppossed to be just Xmas but the film had come out last year and everybody was obsessed with it. Anyway, it was a success.

  111. We have little handmade gnomes everywhere for the holidays – hidden in the tree, draped across the furniture, welcoming guests at the front door… my favorite!

  112. I have a ceramic reindeer ornament that I painted when I was about 3. It’s painted a bunch of different colors and at one point it broke so it’s head is glued on. It’s so bad that it’s cute haha!

  113. I have a tradition that I make a new Christmas ornament every year. It’s so fun to look back on them as I decorate the tree.

  114. My son made a construction paper angel when in preschool that looks like something out of a Halloween horror show. We have placed it on the tree every year since, even now that he is an adult and “left the nest” years ago. It always makes me laugh when I see it.

  115. I especially love the Mice on Ice tags! So cute! My favorite handmade decorations are the advent calendars I have made. I look forward to getting them out every year.

  116. LOVE all of the AMAZING Inspiration!! My FAVORITE Crafty Decoration are the Garlands that I make each year!! I LOVE getting Crafty with my Supplies and I also make them for Gifts to give away for the Holidays too!!

  117. My fave handmade holiday decoration is one that I got in the mail from a fellow Fawnie in one of our card swaps. It was a shaker ornament and sparkled like you wouldn‘t believe!

  118. My favorite handmade Christmas decoration is a Cinder Claus that a friend made for me (she had a business making these). She made the faces from clay and the bodies used antique quilts for the coat. He’s amazing!

  119. I have inherited some of my parents old ornaments that they had made when they were younger and I really cherish those.

  120. This is so sweet. Love the critters and overall feeling of winter. When I was young mom was going to crochet a miniature nativity, but it was so tiny she only completed the “lady doll”. It never was a nativity, but it always has front of the tree reserved seating. I wonder whatever happened to it. Merry Winter memories….

  121. I’m in love with the bat in the snow globe, why the heck why not, LOVE IT. My absolute favorite is how the neighborhood’s burst into light. The lights I love the lights.

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