I’d like to congratulate my two Giveaway Day winners! Lee won first place, and plans to make a Tetris quilt, which I would LOVE to see! Second place went to Linda from the blog The ReMissionary. She had a list of ideas for the fabric, and I can’t wait to see what she does with it! Are you ready? You know what I’m talking about. Shopping finished? Cookies made? Yeah, I’m not quite there yet either. I actually still have a gift I plan to make. It’s not the holidays if my sewing machine isn’t smoking on Christmas eve!
These little pretzel trees from Cue the Confetti would be easy to make and add that homemade touch to cupcakes or brownies (even if you make them from a mix).
A few of these mug cake mixes from My Little Me and a cute mug would make a quick, fun gift.
Ugly Christmas sweaters don’t seem to be going anywhere, so why not commemorate the trend with these ornaments from Aunt Peaches. Perfect hostess gift or party activity!
Many of you would have no problem making this Sewing Room Busy Basket from Indigo Stitches without ever leaving the craft room.
An impressive wool throw doesn’t have to be difficult to make. Check out this quick version from Sadie Seasongoods.
Loose tea, coffee filters and some basic office supplies are all you need to make these Christmas Tea Bags from Let’s Do Something Crafty.
How adorable is this Mini Spa Tin from Upcycled Design Lab?
This Get the Kids Moving Game from I Heart Naptime is an easy, but thoughtful, gift for parents of little ones.
I love how this Hot Chocolate Fudge from Wonky Wonderful really looks like a cup of cocoa in a fudgy square. I wonder if you could melt one (or two) of these in a cup of hot milk?
So, admittedly, there’s not a lot of time left for making. But you could print out these lovely gift tags from Lia Griffith and they’ll make any gift look special.
I love curating my Friday Favorites each week, and I want to make sure that the talented people who have created these projects are fully acknowledged for their work. Before you pin or share, please click through the link or photo to the originating website. You can also find all the projects each week on my Friday Favorites Pinterest board. Thank you!