Tuesday, December 22, 2009

More Winter Crafts





6-pointed Snowflakes made from Kite Paper




Needlefelting Tommy Tomten (from a Donsy of Gnomes --wonderful book!)





Pinecone Birdfeeders




Felting a Nutcracker Ornament



Making Ceramic Bowls


Embroidering Gifts


Making Caramel


Folding Window Stars




The Christmas Craft Book
The Children's Year: Seasonal Crafts and Clothes (Festivals (Hawthorn Press))
Magical Window Stars
A Donsy of Gnomes, 7 Gentle Gnome Stories

8 comments:

Jen said...

The felted gnome is so cute! I actually bought that book last month and have set it aside for the girls b-day in Feb :D And we have the magic window stars book & our kite paper, but haven't gotten to making our window stars yet. Hopefully in Jan - lol! Too much to do and so little time - though it always looks like you guys manage to get so much done, in a slow, enjoyable, rhythmic way. I really enjoyed this post, Jennifer!

Jenn said...

lovely makings and doings...we have been crafting presents too...can't wait for the kids to exchange their gifts...i'm like a little kid at christmas. :0)

dkjsv05 said...

I love all the festivites in winter. All the months preparations then in a blink of an eye it's over but it sure is fun. Can't wait to read the book to my Little's they are getting it for Christmas.
Peace

renee ~ heirloom seasons said...

Lots of good crafting going on! We have been doing much of the same... needle felting, embroidery, even some window stars to give as gifts.
I look forward to seeing that gnome book some day. Seems to be wonderful!

Wishing you and your family have a wonderful holiday season!

movinginspirals said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving such a nice comment! I'm looking forward to spending some time perusing yours as well! Happy Holidays!

Stephanie said...

Beautiful!
Alive and beautiful.
I love the stars in the windows... the jewel tones are spectacular.
And all the rest?...
Lovely and happy and 'tis the season...
life is beautiful.

Lisa said...

Happy holidays and warm wishes Tan family!
lisa

Beth said...

You are providing a rich learning enviroment for your children! Beth