My favorite ways to celebrate are to eat treats, drink nog, and make crafts for people I love! Maybe some of these awesome projects will inspire you to get crafty too!
Lace is always great around the holidays, and can bring some real elegance to your tree. These lace reindeer from Maria Migal are just lovely, and I especially love the decorative clasps she used for the articulation!
For something totally different in lace, these lace skullflake ornaments are the ultimate in Urban Threads holiday decor. Timewrinkler is always a fabulous embroidery muse!
This wintery muff makes me so happy. Eigennaht picked the perfect holly dolly to make it festive and sassy.
Gingerbread men napkins bring a smile to your face, then help you wipe off crumbs! My World Too stitched these delightful linens perfectly.
I love white Christmas trees, candy canes, and this Gingerbread man ornament by ceodraiocht!
Santa really is the ultimate Christmas ninja if you think about it. This ninja Santa stocking is by ChristiDL.
A whimsical Santa and a little gingerbread stocking stuffer make a great combination from cherrymerrymuffin.
These Yuletide Revelry cards were stitched by Klix Creations. They are so gorgeous, I hope their recipients stick them in little frames to display.
I love this steampunk santa throw pillow by lacerslife. So classy and full of holiday cheer!
Feeling a little grumpy but still want to make awesome crafts? PinkHarlott made this fantastic kitchen towel design to express the inner Scroge in all of us.
Naughty nog and cookies, elegantly hand stitched by Cecily of 28 Sides Designs.
This subdued holiday table runner by Storied Threads is charming and I love the draped ornaments.
I just found this old picture of Niamh in the flickr pool and thought it was great! moving on…
Coolest baseball pirate punk skull stocking in town, by a_kendra. I am really digging the pinstripes and yellow candy canes.
Robyn chose a lovely red velvet to stitch this sweet robot snowman stocking for Craig.
RalRay Embroidery stitched this skinny santa for a holiday gift trade!
These festive Woodland Wonderland applique shirts by Giliell are so delightful. What perfect gifts for the little ones.
Another version of the Bah Humbug design from Pam j is just the thing for people who aren’t always feeling the Christmas spirit like everyone else, but still want to make something pretty. And how pretty is this?
I love tiny embroidery hoops made into ornaments. This clockwork reindeer by HauntedSummer really looks amazing.
Oh, how much do you want this to be a full size outfit? This stunning steampunk Christmas doll from Sew Fun Doll Clothes makes one think of Christmas caroling with a steampunk twist, with a little holly added to the pocket watch, a little steampunk Christmas accent, and of course, a lovely lace top hat.
I think the work speaks for itself! The crafting possibilities are endless when you combine thread, tinsel, cookies, nog and Urban Threads creativity. I hope everyone gets a good dose of holiday spirit and crafts up a storm this season. Giving away your homemade creations is the best!
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