How-To: A Scrappy Christmas Ornament


Not only am I so happy to be back to the land of blogging after a very long, mitten making filled hiatus, but I’m so excited to be participating in my first blog hop!

Welcome to all of my new readers!

Cream City Ribbon (you may remember them from my last giveaway) helped bring all of us together, so don’t forget to leave a comment below and/or subscribe to my blog, and you’ll be eligible to win a yummy goodie bag filled with a little bit of everything crafty, and, of course, some Cream City Ribbon!  (I’m selecting the winner Wednesday, December 15th at midnight!) The requirements of the blog hop were that we incorporate Cream City Ribbon into our project (I used mine as the ribbon to hang my ornament) and that we reuse and recycle as much as we could.  I’m happy to say that I made my ornament completely from scraps I had in my stash!

Take a peek at my fun little Christmas Ornament How-To Video below!

DIY Christmas Ornaments from Nikki McGonigal on Vimeo.

2010 Christmas Ornament Templates and Materials List

Enjoy,

Nikki, In Stitches


PS…I think most of the other bloggers have picked their winners, but you can still take a look at their amazingly creative projects!  From here, hop over to Mandie’s Scrappin’, and if you’d like to take a peek at everyone’s blog hop projects, here’s the full list of partcipants:

Nikki at Nikki, In Stitches

Mandie at Mandie’s Scrappin’

Grace at Grace’s Scrap Attic

Kim at Kreative Krafts

Meighen at Scrappin_3rdeeschik

Chris at Turned Gypsy

Tracey at The Cropping Canuck

PPS…I’ve got a secret! There are lots of big changes coming for Nikki, In Stitches in 2011!  You are all in for a treat!  Stay tuned!!

 

Congratulations to Amanda!  You’ve won the goody bag!

Enjoy! (And send us pics of what you create with all your crafty treats!)

 

Possibly Related Posts from Nikki, In Stitches:

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How To Make A Cork Wreath

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28 Responses to How-To: A Scrappy Christmas Ornament

  1. OH WOW, these are awesome Nikki!

    I would love to try these, only problem is I need ink for my printer, but will definitely have to correct that!!!

    Thanks so much!

  2. Sue B says:

    Such a pretty ornament. TFS it 🙂

    Happy Scrappin’

    Sue B

    http://susanascorner.blogspot.com/

  3. What a DELIGHTFUL ornament. And thanks so much for the video as I am a “visual” crafter and appreciate seeing how things are done. I am now a subscriber! Just found your blog on this hop. Thanks so much for sharing with us!

  4. cathie watt says:

    very pretty

    cathie
    scraphappycat@gmail.com

  5. Angela Rebori says:

    Your how to video was awesome, beautiful project! Thank you for sharing!
    Contact Info: in case I get a chance to win that amazing blog candy! Happy Holiday’s!
    arebori0204@gmail.com

  6. Vickie says:

    Really cute project and video! TFS and the chance to win!

    Vickie

  7. Mandie says:

    Cute ornament, Nikki!!!!

  8. Amy says:

    The ornament is awesome, thanks so much for sharing.

  9. Vicki Wilson says:

    Gorgeous ornament. Thanks for the instructions. Great use of scraps.

  10. Tanya says:

    Cute ornament!!

  11. Cheryl says:

    Thanks for the great tutorial, and for participating in the neat blog hop!! Happy Holidays!

  12. Pam Knies says:

    Great ideas. I have been good so let me win.

    Merry Christmas and merry stiching.

  13. Meighen says:

    Love the ornament super cute.

  14. Jo Karen says:

    Love you ideas!

  15. Chris says:

    Cute ornament. Great use of scraps. Love the stitching look

  16. Sandi Pressley says:

    Very pretty ornament and I love all the homemade projects on your blog!

  17. Sandy Ang says:

    Such a pretty little tree ornament. Off to hop along now.

  18. Sue S. says:

    I love your project. What a great idea for using some scraps. Thanks for the neat video and templates. Great job. I have become a follower.

  19. I love your Christmas ornament!! I’m going to come back and watch the tutorial later.

  20. abusybee says:

    Super cute ornament!

  21. Lisa J says:

    Love the ornament! Especially the colors and stitching! I so want a sewing machine!

    TFS!

    tjsgal at gmail dot com

  22. Chris Wooten says:

    I love this so pretty. Thanks Nikki for having me in the hop. This is my first too. I hope my projects are ok. I made my first late Thursday night and Just finish my one for day 2. It is 1am, lol

    I know it has been really busy around my house so all my crafting has to be very quick projects.

    Hugs
    Chris
    http://turnedgypsy.blogspot.com

  23. Nikki,
    Perfect embroidery, cool recycle of scraps and a lovely ornament!
    I can’t wait to join the next blog hop.
    My new Christmas card has an interlacing ribbon motif in it. You’re welcome to visit my blog 🙂
    Hugs,
    Dorly Weitzen, Israel

  24. bonnie Cantu says:

    Hey Nikki

    Love what you did with the ribbon, very pretty!
    TFS
    Bonnie C
    http://ascrapabove.blogspot.com
    ascrapabove(at)aol(dot)com

  25. Debbie Craine says:

    Great use of scraps and ribbon. Just found Cream City Ribbon and am loving it.

  26. Stefeni says:

    Beautiful ornament! Thank you for sharing it.

  27. Mary Burnett says:

    WOW!!!! So cute Love these ornaments and love love love the color combo! Great job

  28. Janet says:

    I love the ornament what a great way to use scrape material I have tons of scrapes. I’ll be checking in regularly to see what new ideas you have to share.

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