Finds from Craft Juice!
Such a bright and pretty hair clip – perfect as a stocking filler! Get it from Myfanwysmakes.
These cards aren’t overtly Christmassy and I like that! Get these cards from Di Keeble.
I love Harris Tweed and the colours of this gadget cover from Whimsy Woo Designs are gorgeous!
As well as being pretty, these tree decorations from Beledien Handmade will make your home smell nice as they have cinnamon sticks as the tree trunks!
Winter is coming in the Northern Hemisphere and you can make yourself much cosier with these lovely boot cuffs from Dave’s Crafts.
I think this is my first Christmas post of this year – I know it’s still only October but I wanted to give a heads up for those who crochet and might want to make some of these cute designs as Christmas presents.
And the best bit is that the book has the poem ‘The Night Before Christmas’ included in it along with patterns for cute creatures. This include Santa Claus, a mouse and a Christmas tree among many others. There are instructions on how to make the amigurumi creatures so it would be perfect for older children who want to learn to crochet.
I posted the first Retrash giveaway last week and I’m sharing this one too as you can win some upcycled gift tags my by yours truly (under my alter ego Swirlyarts!) as well as some other gorgeous upcycled items.
Black and white are such a classic colour combination so get ready to indulge in some monochrome goodness from Polkadottydolls.
How beautiful is this OOAK plush? I love it’s eyes!
Want to add something to a room but it needs to be small child friendly? Try this framed picture.
My favourite things though are the dolls. So cute!
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