Crafty Christmas Round Up



Free Printable Gift Tags from Vintage Christmas Ornaments
When our talented friend Kathy from Merriment Design sent over her adorable new Free Printable Gift Tags from Vintage Christmas Ornaments, we drooled down our chins, and then we picked ourselves up and decided to share some of our favorite Prudent Baby Christmas tutorials from last year. Maybe one of these projects is just what you are looking for.

Handmade Gift Labels
Our labels for handmade gifts feature 10 different hilarious sayings and come in 8 different colors.

Homemade Coffee Marshmallows
You haven’t lived until you have tried gourmet marshmallows. Make your own and share them with your favorite party hosts this season. Yum.
Boneau Orange Slush
Dare I admit that I hope the baby comes a leeee-tle early so that I may partake? So wrong.
The Best Way to Roll and Cut Cookie Dough
This just might change your life.
Crochet Wreath
This baby hooks up so fast that you can have one finished by tomorrow. And the accessorizing options are endless!

Granny Square Stocking
Cute, right?

Semi DIY: Apothecary Jar of Candy
These sweet jars have remained on the counter all year with new treats for each season. A lovely gift for a party host or teacher!

Paint Ornaments
And finally these GORG paint ornaments from Buggie and Jellybean which were so much fun to make and share last year. We highly recommend!

So what do you think? Will you try one of these fun projects? Leave a comment and you might win those delightful embroidery patterns.

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10 Comments

tini-uk

Oh I will use the cookie dough method today with my cinnamon stars, they are so sticky. I used to roll them between cling film, which worked but I never put them in the fridge to stiffen up. Brilliant!

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Taylor {Sew Much Love}

Ha! "Blood, sweat, tears and yarn"! That's great! I need to use those since pretty much every gift I work on requires several emotional breakdowns and cursing my machine even though it's my fault!

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Megan

I'm definitely trying the marshmallows! And I think I'll do a virgin version of the orange slush because I, too, am awaiting a babe's arrival, but have MUCH further to go!

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Andrea

Oh my that cookie technique is good. Mine was sooo close, but no cigar (if you know what I mean)and once again, just when I thought I had my Christmas to-do list finalized Prudent Baby has inspired me yet again.

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amy

Oooh, I'm lusting after those marshmallows. I wonder how bad it will get if I can't find the top to my mixer? And the ornaments are great, too–but, maybe next year on that one. 😉

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Eva

Definitely going to try the marshmallows and thinking the orange slushie will be a perfect special treat for NYE. Thanks for sharing!

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practicalpeaces

I really love the handmade gift labels. Sometimes I worry that my family and friends are sick and tired of getting handmade gifts. I'm not going to stop doing it, but at least this would show that I have a sense of humor and I feel their pain.

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