Handmade Christmas Decorations Blog Hop!

One of our favourite things about Christmas is all the lovely decorations – but have you thought of making your own?  Join us on our handmade Christmas decorations blog hop to find inspiration for your makes, and take advantage of a huge range of free tutorials. Bloggers from all different crafts will be making gorgeous decorations – so no matter what kind of crafter you are, you’ll find something to inspire you – and maybe even to try yourself!

The brilliant bloggers will be picking their favourite projects from four different books. Click on the images below to find out which books they’ll be using!

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Handmade Christmas Decorations Blog Hop!

Our festive adventure starts on 1st November and runs throughout the whole month, with a new blog post going up every day!

Each blogger is publishing something unique and wonderful – they will be making Christmas decorations of every shape and size, and telling you all about the Christmassy books. Follow along for free tutorials, inspiration, reviews and tips:

November:

Sat 1st – Crafts from the Cwtch (knitted candle holders)

Sun 2nd – Patchwork Posse (ribbon baubles)

Mon 3rd – Moogsmum (paper bird garland)

Tue 4th – Yarn Demon (crochet snowflakes)

Wed 5th – From the Blue Chair (Washi tape cards & baubles)

Fri 7th A Quilt Is Nice (wooden stars & paper baubles)

Sat 8th Haak & Smaak (crochet gingerbread men)

Tue 11th A Bright Corner (Washi tape tea lights & gift tag)

Wed 12th Imagine Gnats (fabric gift tags)

Thu 13th – Thimbleanna (knitted hot pad)

Fri 14th – The Creations of Crazy Dazy (knitted bobble hat baubles)

Sat 15th – Ric Rac (pine cone birds)

Sun 16th – Chickpea Sewing Studio (Handmade Scandinavian Christmas review)

Mon 17th – Ellison Lane (Washi tape candles)

Tue 18th Olivia Jane Handcrafted (red berry & pine cone wreath)

Wed 19th Boolah Baguette (personalised family wreath)

Thu 20th Made Peachy (Scandinavian-style Washi tea lights)

Fri 21st – Pieced Brain (white crochet Christmas tree)

Sat 22nd Rose Hip (bobbled crochet candle holder)

Sun 23rd Sewing Is for Girls (crochet toadstool bauble)

Mon 24th – Miss Print (Washi tape Jolly Holiday Baubles)

Tue 25th Feather’s Flights (DIY stuffie)

Wed 26th Follow the White Bunny (Scandinavian baubles)

Thu 27th – Dotty Doily (crochet gingerbread man – original pattern)

Fri 28th – Guthrie & Ghani (crochet candle holders)

Sat 29th – Cut to Pieces (Washi tape Christmas cards)

Sun 30th – Molly Flanders Makerie (hand-stitched decorations)

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Make your own handmade Christmas decorations this year, and win £100!

Why not make your own Christmas decoration for the chance to win up to £100 in Stitch Craft Create vouchers?

Find out how to enter HERE!

Make sure you follow this blog hop to get inspiration and free tutorials, then make a Christmas decoration of your own! It can be anything you like – bunting, a hanging bauble, a nativity scene – you name it!

1st Prize: £100 SCC voucher

2nd Prize: £50 SCC voucher

3rd Prize: £25 SCC voucher

For more information about how to enter the competition, please click here! We will be adding all the lovely tutorials from the bloggers above to the competition page, so keep checking regularly to get your hands on all this free inspiration and advice.

And don’t forget to check out all the other great products and offers in our store. Name

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2 thoughts on “Handmade Christmas Decorations Blog Hop!

  1. Hi
    This is a lovely Blog Hop and that Handmade Scandinavian Christmas book is right up my alley, of course. I so wish I could have been a part of this ( I ahve so many ideas popping up in my head right now!!!) but I am delighted to take part of all the other peoples handmade creations! Just beautiful. Lovely initiative.
    Thanks!
    Annette
    My Rose Valley

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