Tuesday, October 19, 2010

How about some Christmas links this week?

Wow....we are already half way through October!  Halloween is around the corner, then Tday...then the big C.  We were so lucky at our house this weekend, the roof was replaced and the day after they finished the roof we had rain, talk about a close call!

Now we are working on the insulation, windows, and both bathrooms, all of which are things that need to be done, and hopefully the windows will get done before the rain sets in. Now, how about getting onto some links?

I thought that since we are getting to that time of year when we start to focus on the holidays you might want to view a few holiday related links.  Take a look at what I have found so far, and then next week I will work on finding some more things for your holiday giving/decorating.

Here we go:

Craft Ideas Info: Great collection of projects and templates for your holiday needs.  I especially like this one, and can image all the variations one could come up with. Love that most of the templates are included with all of the directions.

More Christmas ideas:  This is a more general link for Christmas projects, some are paper related, most are not, however a great collection to look through for some ideas.

Disney Family Fun:  You will be amazed at the number of ideas for Christmas, some are paper projects, many are not, but you are going to LOVE what you find here. This one was soooooo cute (and pretty easy to boot.)

Craft Bits:  Lots and lots of links here to projects, have linked to this before and wanted to remind you of all the goodies on this link.

Christmas Crafts:  Again a very large collection of links with tutorials, templates and directions for everything Christmas (decorations, gifts, ornaments and more.)

Cute Custom Stamps:  I loved these and thought about how cute it would be to use them on your cards or other projects.

Glitter Window:  Love this technique and thought I would show this variation for you to think about for your Christmas projects.  Buy cheap packing tape, it works just as good as the expensive stuff.

Paperlicious:  Amazing cards here, simple but the designs are amazing.  I have put this blog on this Christmas list because I think many of these cards could easily become Christmas cards, and there are a few xmas cards on the blog as well.

That is all for this week, have a wonderful day and see you next week.

1 comment:

AuntyKate said...

I found some funny cards here, not really for crafting, but funny! Some of the Christmas cards are on my list. www.lookmama.com.au

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