Christmas Is Coming: Part 4

I’m back with more fun finds!  Are your heads ready to explode yet?  No?  Good, because we’ve got more to ooh and ahh over.

First up today is a cool craft from Fiskars.  Make a pretty clay jewelry dish for all that lovely jewelry you’ll be making.

Make people think you are even more awesome than you already are by making this pretty scarf from Katie Did for them!  It does require a sewing machine.  If you don’t have a machine maybe you can hang out at your cool friend’s house with one and sip some hot chocolate while you whip out a few of these.

Paint your own geometric stenciled tote with How About Orange.  You can buy plain tote bags really cheap from your local craft store.  Or you can even sew one.

I looove this next one from House to Home via Odeedoh.  Buy some mason jars or save some from your left over spaghetti sauce, glue some plastic animals on the lid, and paint.  Instant awesomeness.  It’d be so fun to store my craft supplies or office supplies in some of these.  If you could find some plastic jars it’d be a bit safer for the little ones.

I am a big fan of paper dolls and even a bigger fan of magnetic ones.  Go to One Pearl Button to print out your own paper doll and then learn how to make her magnetic.  How cool is that!

For those of you who aren’t so much into sewing but love to use a power drill check these out.  Do you have any old pieces of furniture that could be transformed into a play kitchen or work bench?  If you don’t, your local thrift store probably does.  I love how people can look at a piece for more than what it was originally intended to be and produce something brilliant.  The beautiful play kitchen is from Giggleberry.  The workbench is from The Frugal Granny.

One of you please make one of these activity boards for those little curious hands who want to get into everything in your house.  This should definitely distract them from that.  You’ll find the inspiration at Lilla A Design.  Scroll down a bit to read it in English.  She also has an etsy store where you can buy a smaller version.  The shipping is a bit high though since it is shipped from Copenhagen.

Okay, one last day of pelting you with fabulous finds.  Tomorrow I’ll do one more post with great printables.  See you then!

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