With December fast approaching and there are tutorials, patterns and freebie downloads all over the net.
Over on A Print a Day there are some free Stickers and Tags to download and print off.
My to do lists are not very fancy, in fact they are usually on a scrap of recycled paper and I don’t think that this festive list pad, also from A Print a Day will not make the list shrink faster but it is cheery.
Papirklip of Æsker is a blog which houses many patterns for paper printables. There are patterns for Christmas tree decorations, gift wrap and delightful paper folded hearts. Don’t miss them as they are really delightful.
I discovered Papirklip of Æsker via Meggiecat who has a few goodies of interest such as is these Vintage cookie Ornaments and this pattern for a Felt bird ornament. Just simplify them a smidge and you have a contemporary take on an old pattern
This little button Advent calendar by Diane Gilleland made me smile but the idea could adapted for all sorts of shapes. I immediately thought of door wreath but there are lots of other adaptions so that the idea could be used on different types of decorations.
Mary Ray of Craft Stylish has a tutorial on how to make a very quick table runner for the holidays.
Also via Craft Stylish are these small festive wreaths that would be an ideal project to make with children.