Handmade Christmas Link Party

Last week I had some of my favorite bloggers over to share their handmade ornaments for my Trim the Tree Party and now it is time to share your own homemade Christmas creations!   Sarah from Alderberry Hill is joining in on the party with me and we would love to see all of your handmade holiday inspiration!
 The party will stay up and running until Christmas and we are looking to see all of your handmade ornaments, decor, and gift ideas.  Link up as many projects as you would like and make sure to visit around to spread the holiday cheer!





  1. […] December 7, 2012 By Kristin I was honored when my friend Jenn, of Clean & Scentsible, as me to be a part of her recent handmade Christmas series. I love Christmas, I love parties, and I love Jenn, so of course I said YES immediately! Then I was like…whaaaat am I going to do??? I’m not THAT crafty, it’s usually by luck that I come up with something creative. But remember when I put together that little post with 10 handmade ornaments in under an hour? Well, This little cutie was number 11. I think he’s pretty cute. I had to give him a hat because my kids didn’t believe me that he was a snowman. It’s super simple to make too! All you need are three canning jar rings, fishing twine, mod podge, epsom salt, silver or black pipe cleaner and a ribbon for his scarf. Apply a light coat of mod podge to a canning jar ring, then dip it into a plate or epsom salt. Allow to dry completely. Tie the rings together with fishing twine. Form the hat with pipe cleaner and just bend it around the jar to attach. You could totally hot glue it if you want to, but I was too lazy, and it hasn’t fallen off yet! Tie a scarf (ribbon) around his neck, and tie fishing line through the top ring for hanging. It was so easy I’m going to have my kids make more for Christmas gifts and I think I’ll put their little faces in the top circle. Thank you so much Jenn for the opportunity to be a part of such a fun series. Today the series is finishing up with a bang! Pop on over to Clean & Scentsible and link up your own handmade Christmas projects!! […]

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