Stamped Spoon Ornaments

I try and make one unique ornament commemorating my kids each year.   Last year I did another silhouette one framed in a small embroidery hoop.   I still love silhouettes so I did it again, this time on a spoon. Cheap Dollar Tree spoons are the perfect beginning project to try out metal stamping. {…Read More…}

Christmas Glitter Pillow

I am kind of going through a glitter phase so I was excited when I got to try out the Tulip Glitter Sheets.  In my mind the only way I would purchase these were if they could be cut out with my Silhouette Cameo since my cutting skills are a close second to a kindergartner. {…Read More…}

Thumbprint Clay Ornaments

What a sweet and sentimental keepsake ornament.  I try and come up with a memorable handmade every year for my kids and this is just perfect.  I love how Stephanie accentuated the clay thumbprint to stand out.  What a wonderful way to capture those tiny little fingers. I’m Stephanie Lynn from Under the Table and {…Read More…}

Dry Split Pea Ornaments

Welcome to the 3rd week of Pennywise Presents.   Today, I have my dear friend Traci here to show you a simple way to gussy up some ornaments and you will never in a million years guess what she uses.   Did you know dry split peas can actually make beautiful décor?   Well come {…Read More…}