Monday, August 22, 2011

Christmas in August

I know Christmas is still a ways off (and that Halloween and Thanksgiving are still ahead of it,) but I wanted to post a few of the neat Christmas ideas I've seen floating around the web recently. Just so you get them tucked away in your holiday arsenal. :-) To see the links where these pictures came from, just click on whatever picture you are interested in and it should take you to the website it came from. :)
For some more holiday inspiration, check out these other holiday posts on Craft Rookie:
"Can't Get Enough..."
"It's Beginning to Look A Lot Like..."


Happy Holiday Planning!


28 comments:

Anonymous said...

I would love the recipes and or instuctions to all that you have posted. Such great ideas!I can be reached at suzannedeal1@yahoo.com

Linnet Lea said...

Likewise, I would love the ideas to all you have posted here. I'm new at this and unsure of how it all works. I can be reached at linnetlea@gmail.com Thank You!

Susie said...

me too - these all look fantastic :) I can be reached: susie_mcbeth@hotmail.com

Bruce said...

Thanks for a great post
Christmas Gift Ideas 2011

Anonymous said...

Can you please send me all recepies and directions to all your pictures? It looks amazing and so fun!! I can be reached at Lb4graff@yahoo.com thank you so very much!!

Chandra said...

I would love recipes to all of your pictures as well. I can be reached at chandra.thompson2009@gmail.com

Dejerey said...

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Anonymous said...

I love the reindeer cupcakes! could you send me the directions?? Thank you! mer.leighb@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

Can you please send me instructions and recipies for your pictures they look great and really fun my email is dawnmhavil@hotmail.com thank you so much

Century 21 said...

Oh, come take a look ...What a nice list, I'm still a couple of hours with sweet. I'm on homemade gifts for Christmas trees added a tutorial blog of books. Thank you

Julie Cantrell said...

What a fabulous list of ideas! i hope you don't mind me sharing some of these at www.juliecantrell.com. I'll be sure to credit you, link to you, and send folks your way. Thanks! j

Anonymous said...

These are awesome I would love to have the recipes and craft ideas...thank you. I can be reached at rhamm@tomjohnsoncamping.com

Emily said...

hi! I'm featuring these cards in my roundup tomorrow! Come check it out.
http://nap-timecreations.blogspot.com/

The Prater's said...

I would like to know what you used for the color on the feet for the Christmas tree picture. My email is laurieprater@hotmail.com

Anniversary Gift Ideas said...

These are awesome.Thanks for a great post.

Amber said...

I would love the recipes and directions to all the pictures. I can be reached at animalover39355@yahoo.com

Thanks so much

Monica said...

Hi! I tried to go to the page with the baby feet tree but the link didn't work, can you give me the link, please?

Carla said...

I love the baby feet Christmas tree but the link doesn't seem to work. I would love to do this as my Christmas card for this year, any ideas on how I could do that?

Wes and Dani said...

For those of you interested in the baby feet project, the best way to do it is just with normal craft paint (like toll paint that you buy in the little bottles.) It's the same sort of paint you'd use for facepaint.

Just do the green part first by painting it onto your baby's feet, then when that's dried on the paper, do the toes. :) Pretty easy! Good luck!

juliemarg said...

Hi, I would like to include links on Christmas crafts this year on my blog. Do you have any content that you would like to contribute with me for a wider audience? The only thing you would do is a link back in your side bar or footer. If you are interested email me at julie gallaher@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Would love instructions on your cinnamon wreath so pretty :0 sntgray2@aol.com ty

DilliLock Jewellery said...

I found your blog via Pinterest - I loved the baby feet Christmas Tree I had to do my own version on my new Christmas Crafts blogs. Please come check it out http://www.dillilock.com.au/blog/

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christmas garlan said...

This design rocks!

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annewalker said...

such a very nice post featuring these Christmas stuff. I love your Christmas tree ideas too. Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Hello I love your foot print tree and would love to know what you did I'm new to the whole crafting thing lol
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