Holiday Project Round Up

December 22nd, 2009

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Christmas is rapidly approaching, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t enough time to get a couple of projects done! Here are a few my DIY projects that are sure to add a special touch to your holidays!

1) Need an easy and fun project? Make a Pine Cone Garland!
2) Felt Gift Bows add a touch of cuteness to any present!
3) Felt Ornaments that would also make lovely gift tags!
4) Let your furry friend join in the celebration with these Peanut Butter Dog Treats!
5) Spruce up your dinner with these Ornament Favor Wraps!

8 Responses to “Holiday Project Round Up”

  1. Down and Out Chic Says:

    the pine cone garland was definitely one my very favorites this year!

  2. Daniella Says:

    I loved the pinecone garland too! But I can’t stop looking at that little puppy, lol… sooo adorable..

  3. Melissa A. Says:

    This is a great holiday project round up here. I just added you to my google reader so I don’t miss any more of your good projects. I love the felt bows. I saw them today on say YES to Hoboken. You have wonderful ideas for the holidays and other days too.

  4. Cole Says:

    The pinecone garland is one of my favorite DIY projects I’ve seen. I tried to make one but wasn’t successful with the ribbon so I improvised (seen here:http://adventuresinloveandhappiness.blogspot.com/2009/12/more-christmas-spirit.html)

  5. Elizabeth Says:

    oh i am loving these, even though im a little late in looking at these for this year, but come next year i will keep these delightful ideas in mind. love the pine cone garland, the bright felt bows and wraps. thanks for sharing.

    ox

  6. Heather Says:

    That pine cone garland is so pretty! I’ll have to remember it for next year!

  7. stephanie Says:

    What breed is that puppy? Absolutely adorable. Who could resist that little face..

  8. Kathleen Says:

    Hi Stephanie! Thank you, we think Tula is pretty cute too. She’s a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. Small dogs with a big name ;) Happy New Year!