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Thursday, October 14, 2010

It'll be here before you know it!

It's like this...Fall has finally arrived and
we're all lovin' the leaves and the cooler weather....
Halloween will sneak up on us then
Christmas will have come and gone in a flash!!!
And poor ol' Thankgiving was a little blur we passed along the way....

Now's the time to start making your Christmas pretties
and I wanted to remind you of my free tutorials ~

The links are always located in the upper left column of my blog....

This has nothing to do with this post but that I love this Christmas decorating book!!

And I love this one too!!

It really will be here in the blink of an eye!!

Have a beautiful Thursday dear friends,
hugs and love,


marie said...

It really will be here in no time, won't it! Thanks for mentioning your tutorials again...I love those little mittens!! I mad a bunch for gifts last year ~ this year I'm going to try the homespun rag balls.
You are SO good to us Dawn!

Riki Schumacher said...

Oh, these are too cute! Great job. Riki

A Vintage Chic said...

Ah, Dawn! I'm so ready for the Christmas season and all it brings...and your projects are just fabulous!

Love those books, too--I have them both!

Hope you're having a wonderful night!


Barbara Jean said...

Sadly, you are so right about Thanksgiving.
And, Christmas is just around the corner.

As a retailer it is even worse. You have to set up so early. I really do not like that.
Fortunately, most of my customers come for gifts for friends, and not seasonal things. (WHEW!)
But, I still need to get busy and make some new designs for them, (and me) too.

and thanks for all the sweet tutorials you provide.


Dorthe said...

Hi sweetie, -first-I`m so happy for all of you, that your brother in law, will be home tomorrow, and that he is doing great- endeed a mirackle.
And yes dear Dawm, I feel like you, that blinking my eyes, wupti summer went- a.s.o.
so undaubtly christmass will be here, in no time-and leave us,before we realy know.
Thanks for all your beautifull free tutorials dear-I`m so bussy sewing to the shop-but I will certainly try stealing a bit time, to enjoy making some of those beautifull and sweet things.
Love and hugs,Dorthe

Jo said...

Thank you so much, Dawn. I'll definitely drop by your tutorials later - you're so kind to offer these for FREE!


One Cheap B*tch said...

You are so right! I have to get moving on my holiday gift shopping and crafting! Love your rag balls!


Vicki said...

Your tutorials are great and many come with great digital images. I've used them in the past for handmade gifts. I love that Country Living book and plan to click and buy. Thanks for sharing! I've got Christmas on my mind too...just too scared to say it out loud. We are all enjoying the fall decorating so much.

Hopemore Studio said...

I'm tempted to cover my eyes and avoid looking at all your wonderful winter creations...I know it''s not to soon but then again I'm just not


Miss Sandy said...

The thought makes me stress just a little bit, I am not ready for the fly by end of the year slide into the cold grey days of January yet! Love all the goodies you shared here today. Have a merry day!

Tammy ~ A Primitive Place said...

I know.... this year has flown by!!

One second we all were wishing for Spring, then Poof, it was the 4th of July, then Poof it was Oct.... now POOF it will be Christmas!!

I love your ornaments. So pretty.
And thanks for letting me know about the books.
I'll be sure to check them out.
Take Care,

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

It will! But, shhh, I look forward to it every year, and my birthday is on Halloween so you'd think I'd be savoring Fall more! I like that first book you featured above; I may look into getting that one. Great idea with the re-using boxes as gift boxes. I always wind up with something that doesn't fit a standard gift box!

Vee said...

Yes, it will and I'll be scrambling at the last possible moment like always. It's who I am. Oh, I did hear my first Christmas song in a department store this week...Kohl's. "White Christmas" by Bing Crosby no less... It was way too soon even though it's one of my favorites.

thewhitechair said...

Hello! Your tutorials are so sweet and helpful too! Your work is adorable... makes me want to get started in Christmas 'mode'! :) Have a nice Autumn! blessings

Paula -Teaberry Cottage said...

The rag ball ornaments are one of my favorites to make. For the tags I love to use black and white photos of my children when they were little. Will you be at the Country Living show in Atlanta?


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