Monday, March 1, 2010

Let's get a jump start on Christmas gifts 2010





I made tons of these ornaments last year but I never seem to have enough.
A co-worker gifted me this tin and I am using it to store the ornaments that I make.
I have these all cut out and like everything else I make for the holidays I make these in batches. Here is the link to the tutorial by the wonderful Eileen.

19 comments:

Barb said...

Soooo cute, and yes, it is great to do things in batches....you do such fun things!!

Zoey said...

How cute and so unique! I have never seen owl Christmas ornies before.

You must give a ton of gifts at Christmas!

Mrs Moen said...

You amaze me; I cannot believe you find time to make Christmas ornaments in between all the other things you are doing. I guess the saying is right - if you want something done, ask a busy person...

JustCindy said...

They are so cute!

luv2quilt2 said...

They're such cute ornaments. You're going to be well prepared for Christmas this year.

Carrie P. said...

Very nice tin.
and look at those owls. I have seen them a lot and one day I want to make some because they are so sweet.

Debbie said...

those are toooo cute...scuera

Yvette said...

How cute! They make me smile.

Rhonda said...

Look at the "Hooties"...I love them!!!!

Cindy said...

Betsy, you sound SO much like me. I LITERALLY was putting things in my Christmas 2010 box this weekend. As I find and make things I throw them on the top shelf in my closet. And then after a while I get a step stool and put the things in the Christmas box. And by Christmas time I'm amazed how much I've accumulated.

Thank you SO much for the link to these ornaments. I've been wanting to make some.

beth said...

the ornaments are so cute...especially that little john deere one! how fun!

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

I have wanted to make those owls for a while now. Yours are darling. I'm happy someone is making them.

retdairyqueen said...

Oh How cute are they
I love the John Deere ones

Vivian said...

Those are cute. I may just have to make some of them.

SewCalGal said...

Thanks for the encouragement and inspiration. Very cute! Maybe we need some virtual sew-cials to work on Christmas 2010 gifts & decorations!

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

Janet said...

I'm hanging my head in shame that as yet, I haven't started. I'm going to have to change that. Your owls are just adorable.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Very cute Betsy! I made one of them and had such a time with the tiny eyes that I gave up on making any more.

Jean said...

These are so adorable...I never did make any so guess I had better get busy too.t

What Comes Next? said...

love these little owls! Thanks for the link to the tutorial. Storing them in the tin is a great idea!