Holiday finds on Pinterest!

by Susan Myers on December 3, 2012

Like a lot of folks, I have become a big fan of Pinterest.  And of course since the holidays are upon us, I have created a board just to pin Christmas decorations.  I thought I’d share with you a few of my favorites.  If you would like to follow my boards, just go to my Pinterest page and follow along.  There are tons of new pins every day!

Gingerbread Boy Ornament by Audrey Pettit #Christmas #decoration

This cute Gingerbread Boy Ornament was created by Audrey Pettit from corrugated cardboard!  Love the textures in this project!  You can find a step by step tutorial for this ornament on her website, Audrey Pettit’s Weblog.

Bottle Cap Christmas Magnets by Maya Road Company #Christmas #tutorial #free printables

Love these cute little Christmas magnets created with a bottle cap!  Maya Road Company Blog not only offers a tutorial for these sweet additions to your refrigerator, but also free printables for the background!

Felt Santas by Roxy Creations #Christmas

I love the look of these hand embroidered felt Santas created by Rachel of Roxy Creations.  These little Santas have no tutorial.  But you can locate lots of similar items on her Etsy shop, Roxy Creations, including some very cute Christmas patterns!

Epsom Salt Luminaries by Crafts by Amanda #Holiday #decorations

Check out these frosty looking Epsom Salt Luminaries!  A very simple craft with beautiful results.  A full tutorial for this project can be found on Crafts by Amanda.

Gingerbread Playdough by The Sweet Adventures of Sugarbelle

And finally, check out this easy to make version of playdough for the kids!  I think the packaging alone is just wonderful.  For the full recipe and instructions, go to The Sweet Adventures of Sugarbelle!

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1 Amanda December 22, 2012 at 4:25 pm

thanks so much for the feature Suzy!

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2 Audrey Pettit December 3, 2012 at 12:31 pm

Pinterest is so addicting, isn’t it? I could spend hours browsing through all the amazing projects. :)
Thanks so much for featuring my little gingerbread boy ornament! Gave me such a smile to see him here. Wishing you a very happy holiday, Suzy!

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