Who needs Rudolph when you can have a Tilda Reindeer?
Looking for a way to coordinate your holiday wreath with your decor? Now you can sew your own.
If you know how to crochet, you won’t want to miss out on these Frozen inspired dolls or this fantastic pumpkin pie brooch that’s also…. a tissue holder!
Speaking of tissue holders…. Have you seen this one that’s made to look like a Gingerbread House? I love it!
This scoodie (hoodie and scarf combo) has everything: a hat with ears, a scarf, and even pockets to stash goodieskeep your hands warm! Need something a little warmer? Try this version instead.
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Keep your jewelry tangle free with this pretty Jewelry Roll – this one also hangs to display all your treasures, too!
Stay warm this winter with a cozy cocoon cardigan.
I’m not quite sure how you would use these, but I have a ‘thing’ for chickens so I can’t help but think that I need to make one or two of these Little Chicken Bean Bags for something.
Stop leaving your glasses out and risk getting them scratched! Make a cute eyeglass case instead.
Not only does this organizer keep your makeup brushes neat and tidy, but it makes itself into a stand so you can easily see what you have inside!
Pack them up for a trip to Grandma’s with their very own bag.
Holiday themed aprons are a great way to show your spirit while still looking good int he kitchen. This Santa version is perfect for baking Christmas cookies, don’t you think?
Have a hard time getting your little one to wear a scarf? This Santa Snood may motivate them to keep it on.
This grab-n-go drawing kit makes a great stocking stuffer or just personalized gift for the artist in your life.
Hate hemming but still want a fantastic wardrobe? Start by making one of these Knit Lined Pencil Skirts (I love the plaid one in the photo).