Monday, November 29, 2010

Handmade Holiday - 2010

a purse made of scraps from Laura of Getting There

Needle Felted Gifts from Belle + Bee

pear chutney from The Blessed Hearth

wool ornament from The Knitty Gritty Homestead

Visit Our Somewhat-Urban Homestead to see this hand knit Gandalf the Grey from the Lord of the Rings and ideas for making truffles.

crocheted pony reins from Earthboys

Visit the growing list of participants here.

Warm wishes,


  1. what beautiful handmade pieces!

    i'm in some trouble here with hanukkah starting on wednesday night. i'm going to get very busy....

  2. Boy do I love seeing what people have dreamed up and created. Thanks for sharing! Peace, Angela

  3. What a lovely collection! So much talent!!

  4. Dear Tonya, these wonderful homemaking gifts are so beautiful. My little boy told me last year that the gifts I make him are always the best. Sasha was so excited helping me wrap his brother's homemade presents for his birthday. Thank you so much for inspiring so many mothers, we can all be creative and have fun making for others and our children. Happy Crafting. Jeanenexxx

  5. Wow. So inspiring. I'd better get busy!

  6. So many lovely creations and such fun seeing all the talent!

  7. fun to see what others are busy creating:) That knitted Gandalf is awesome!

  8. Pear chutney sounds delish! Defiantely need to try it! :)
    I made a little something for the four-legged family members this Christmas:

  9. Such lovely inspiration! We have been plugging away on all of handmade gifts. It has been such a blessings to work together praying for the recipients as we make their gift. I have finally shared a few on our blog, many of the gifts I am trying to keep secret so not to ruin the surprise.

    Blessings, Elizabeth