Simple Wooden Bead & Felt Christmas Garland


Over the last few years my holiday decor has strayed from the traditional Christmas green and red and has instead incorporated more and more rainbows. The rainbows make me happy, no matter what the season and this allows my "normal" decor to blend in seamlessly with the changing seasonal decor. I also feel like I can leave the holiday decor up longer without it being too Christamasy.

This year we have made this simple, wooden bead garland. Several years ago my children made a similar Felt Fall Leaves Garland (as you can see here) and I wanted something similar for the winter months.






Cut out 9 felt trees (click here for our How to Cut Out Felt tutorial). We used various shades of green. Poke a small hole in the top of the trees about 1/4-1/2" from all edges.


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Advent Nativity

No Advent celebration is complete without a Nativity. Here, wooden peg people are turned into simple Joseph, Mary and Jesus figures. Although this is really a craft for 10 year olds and up, even the wee people in your family can help by painting the bodies, squirting glue, and, of course, positioning them over and over again. 

The palm tree in the photo is from our Fontinini Nativity set. And, our gnomes are delighted to share one of their cradles for the Baby Jesus.

This is the activity for Week Four of our Advent Curriculum. The will find the outline for the unit HERE


2 large wooden pegs -  3-9/16" Tall x 1-1/8" Wide

1 small wooden peg - 1-11/16" Tall x 5/8" Wide


2 pieces of homespun cloth, each piece 4" x 6"

1 piece homespun cloth, 3" x 3"

wool roving


crafting glue


Cut 2 pieces of homespun cloth 4" x 6". Fray the edges by removing some strings. 

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Fuzzy Boa Scarf


A few years ago I wrote a post called The Song of a Scarf in which I showed how I spun, dyed, and knit a scarf from beginning to end. It included a pattern for a simple bias scarf. That Christmas, I made a variation of that scarf as Christmas gifts for my girls' dance teachers. Rather than using natural, homespun wool, I used super fun fur yarns held together with a basic worsted weight yarn. They turned out to be fun, silly, feather boa styled scarves.

Last week, our dance studio owner came to me asking for help. One of the young dancers was performing a solo in which she uses a feather boa as a prop but the teacher didn't want to use an actual feather boa since they shed feathers like crazy and are hard to quickly untie in the middle of a performance. She brought out one of the scarves that I had made for one of the other teachers (not realizing that I had been the one to make it in the first place). She told me that they had been using the fuzzy scarf for practice and...Read more

The Magic Onions Give-Away :: Fairy House Kit

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I would love to make this fairy house with my grandchildren, Sam and Lucy!

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Just in time for the holidays, we are excited to share this lovely give-away from The Magic Onions. For years, Donni’s Magic Onions blog  has shared her family’s special magic with millions of readers. Now, her new Magic Onions Shop brings that same brand of enchantment into your home with gorgeous eco-friendly and nature-inspired handmade treasures… everything is made with love to delight and charm and will fill your home with happiness. She has a lovely selection of natural, eco-friendly, wool ornaments and garlands for your holiday decor. Also, don't miss The Magic Onion craft kits that make amazing gifts.

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Happy Thanksgiving!!!

We would like to express our gratitude to our readers for their continuous support and friendship. We feel very blessed that we are able to share the things we love so much with others.

We hope that everyone, upon reflection, finds a myriad of things to feel grateful for and that these blessings remain with you throughout the year.



Kimara and Michelle 

We will be off spending time with the family on Thursday and Friday, but will be back on Saturday to share a wonderful give-away.

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Happy Thanksgiving

It is with humble gratitude that we wish to thank all of our readers for their kindness, their support and their friendship. We feel blessed that we are able to do something that we love doing and believe in.


We would like to wish everyone a day filled with happiness and gratitude. We are off to spend time with the family but we will be back on Saturday to share a wonderful giveaway.



Kimara and Michelle 

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