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Latest Posts in Christmas Craft
21 December 2009
OK so it's not the most technically impressive craft 'project' ever to have hit our screens, but I can't help being charmed and amused by this Elmo-shaped tree ornament over on Kojo Designs' blog, which appears to be part gonk, part bauble.
21 December 2009
Knit knit knit knit knit. Sigh. Christmas knitting can be a panicky affair as you strive to get everything you promised yourself you would do done. But there is an easier way to get crafty with your yarn for a bit of Stitchmas spirit around the festive season.
18 December 2009
Outside of the the crafty universe that is Crafty Crafty I get myself into much knitting madness Stitch and Bitch London style. We recently exchanged some sparkling bits of Secret Santa stitching which I thought I would share with you Crafty Crafty watchers as
17 December 2009
Baubles don't have to be bright and shiny things - they can be matte and tactile too. Crochet baubles look fab interspersed with the more traditional foil/glass ones too, and lend your Christmas tree a folksy, handmade feel that your guests will love.
16 December 2009
Christmas is a time for eating, drinking and being merry. We all know that. It's a time when you wheel your trolley into the booze aisle and your eyes light up as visions of mulled wine and spiced Christmas beverages dance in your head. So while stocking up for
15 December 2009
Pine cones are such fun to craft with, and at this time of year it really helps that they have such a Christmassy scent. You can paint them, douse them in glitter, fashion them into tree ornaments or burn them on the fire to create natural firelighters and a
14 December 2009
In what's fast becoming a series on really simple ideas that will go down a storm at your party, I bring you this wonderful 'marshmallow snowflakes' idea from none other than Martha Stewart. It's a bit more fiddly than the Christmas brie tree idea, as it involves
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