Hello, everyone! It's time for another Weekly Wednesday, and this week it's a Christmas theme!! Que bells and Christmas music. We're just a short couple of weeks away from this wonderful holiday, so I hope you all have your decorations out and ready...if not I've got some ideas for you!
Item #1 is from eugenie2
I love how big these stockings are. No, you wouldn't have to fill them up completely....make it like a hunt for the gifts. The fair isle print is another thing I'm loving recently. I didn't use to be a huge fan of it, but it definitely has grown on me. There are several design options/combinations available and embroidery is free!
Item #2 is from JolieMarche
It's so neat how the pillow cover has a stamp in the corner! I love that it's not a cartoon print and is a more natural picture of the Christmas tree. I feel like it makes it have a more classic look to it. There are no zippers to this baby...just an envelope closer, and it comes in three separate sizes....the pillow form is not included, but there is a link to where one can be purchased.
Item #3 is from GFTWoodcraft
These are so dogon cute!! These little Santas come in a set of 6, 8, 10, or 12 and are a variety of shapes and sizes. The faces are hand painted and are cut from hardwood branches. These would definitely be cute to have staring at you on Christmas morning as you open your gifts!
Item #4 is from GoldenDropGarlands
I must be living under a rock because I have never reakky seen this lovely garland! I'm liking it a freaking lot! The texture just looks amazin. The balls are made of sheep's wool and are about an inch in diameter. Another great thing about these is that there is a loop on the ends that allow you to hang the garland from nails....and (since there are no knots tied) you can space them out a bit for your own unique look! I may have to get some of these just as an everyday decoration...haha.
Item #5 is from MadeInBurlap
If you're like me and don't have a tree skirt, this is a very elegant one that would go great udner any tree. Before Christmas my cat always lays under the tree and continues to do so after the gifts are there...it's a cat thing... ;) And if your kitty is white then you're in luck! This skirt is white with an oatmeal pom pom trim and a ruffled burlap edge. I think the combination of colors is perfect and really represents the whole idea of rustic.
Thats all I have for you this week my lovely readers! I hope you enjoyed this post as much as I did browsing Etsy. The year is almost over...can you believe it?!?!? It's gone by so fast. Before you head off, drop me a line in the comments about what you'd like to see for the new year on the blog! Yep, it's time for new starts and revamping---I welcome your ideas! Now, head over to your favorite handmade site and show some artists some love!
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Hi! I’m Meagan, designer for The Prickly Pear. I’ve created this blog to not only showcase my work and other crafty information, but also to give you an inside look into my life.