Nov 27, 2011

It’s beginning to look a little like Christmas…

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062    053 I’m just being busy crafting and doodling around in my sewing room…and singing Christmas songs in my head while I work.

34 comments:

Sew Create It - Jane said...

I love love love the first set of trees..so pretty and elegant with the ribbon and beads!

Jan said...

These are both just adorable ornaments!

Rachel's Quilts said...

Love your Yo-yo trees!

Lynette said...

Will you please share what you need to make the cute ribbon ornaments (besides ribbon)? They are so cute and I would love to make them with my grandchildren. Thanks for the cute pictures and ideas.

Barb said...

JUst love what you are doing...

Darlene said...

I am crazy about your ribbon trees - very, very cute.

The yo-yo trees are adorable. My goodness you've been very busy.

ann hermes said...

such cute stuff. I'll be ready for Christmas decorating next weekend, not just yet ;)

Tarnyia said...

Love those little ribbon trees they are just gorgeous and the yo-yo trees are so cute xxx

Needled Mom said...

Love the ribbon trees!!!

Shari said...

Very lovely ornaments! Yes, it is beginning to look like Christmas!

teresa said...

Your Christmas ornaments are just lovely Annette... Love the little ribbon trees and the yo-yo trees are gorgeous. You are so clever xx

Béa said...

Wow ! I had never see ribbon trees. It's adorable, thank you so much for sharing the tuto.

Thelma said...

My, aren't you creative! I love your ornaments! Such perfect projects for this time of year! Looks like nothing but fun to me!

Tricia said...

Cute, cute, cute!

Rebekah said...

Where's the tutorial for the ribbon trees?

Suzie said...

That's sweet, thanks for the tutorial!

Catherine said...

Oh I love these yoyo Christmas trees !!! very cute ornaments !!!

Beth said...

I love the Ribbon trees! I am thinking they might be fun to do with my 4th graders at school. Do you have a tutorial you can share?

Lynne said...

Echoing the others. I love your ribbon and pearl trees! Did you just thread a needle to get these done?

Anonymous said...

Love your ornaments. Can you please provide a list of what you need or a tutorial for both the ribbon trees and the yo-yo trees. My daughters would like to make these for next year.

Anonymous said...

where is the tutorial?
do I have to be a member or something?
Vickie

Joan@chocolateandmore said...

Just saw your ribbon and bead Christmas trees on Pinterest. I'm in love! So simple and a great way for my girls to make ornaments that coordinate with my other decorations! Can't wait for the next ribbon sale!

Me said...

I absolutely love this idea and think I will do it for my ornaments this year.

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Anonymous said...

Very cute!!!
Tutorial???

Laurence said...

I love your ribbon trees with lovely beads. Great effect! Thanks for sharing.

Jill Plummer said...

Love to know how you did your ribbon trees and a supply list thanks these are great! (:

Anonymous said...

found her tutorial here

http://sunshineyellow-stitches.blogspot.com/2011/11/ribbon-tree-tutorial.html

chu bartolome said...

cute and smart idea.

Janet said...

The ribbon tress are so pretty...I have some beads and ribbon so I plan to make some to give out to my co-workers. Thanks so much for the tutorial.

Janet said...

The ribbon tress are so pretty...I have some beads and ribbon so I plan to make some to give out to my co-workers. Thanks so much for the tutorial.

janmal16 said...

The ribbon tress are so pretty...I have some beads and ribbon so I plan to make some to give out to my co-workers. Thanks so much for the tutorial.

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Ohhhhh I love the trees - what cleverness. I love your whole blog.

Donna Sawtell said...

I love this, I see there is a tutorial ... where do I find it please?

Claire Harris said...

I would really love a tutorial for your ribbon xmas trees, they are beautiful! Where can I find one please? X

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