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Thursday, November 18

In My Creative Space


It's all about Christmas. I really wanted to create a few little bits to make the house feel Christmassy but not looking too commercial and so when I saw this tutorial I thought that I would give it a try. Then what to do with the little stars and then I thought garland! I've strung it up across our arch way and tried my best to photograph it but my skills in this area aren't so great.


Now that I've finished my garland I can start on a little project which I first found over at Christina's blog and thought might be fun to try. There are so many things to be inspired by in this wonderful world of blogs.

To be inspired by some crafty people, pop by this lovely place to find what out what everybody has been up to this week.

20 comments:

  1. what a lovely garland, I like how you just used white and red.I might make one of these for hanging under the mantlepiece if I get the time!

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  2. I love the garland Catherine!! You should sell these, I'd definitely buy one seeing as I'm hopeless at crochet :) I look forward to seeing more of your Christmas crafts, there's so many inspiring ideas around. Enjoy your day lovely xx

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  3. Gorgeous garland Catherine. Those felt circle trees look lovely too. I think it looks like a fun project, enjoy : )

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  4. Looks lovely! Very simple, but stunning.

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  5. How lovely to meet you Catherine. Love those little stars - will have to start on a few of these I think. Thanks for the link. And thanks also for visiting my blog. So glad it lead me to yours :)

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  6. Hi Catherine,
    Just lovely, I found some on Royal Sisters along with Christmas trees that I want to make a few of to take down to in-laws for Christmas. I have to wean myself off hexagons to get started though.
    Beautful!
    Carmel

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  7. SO on the same page, looks great!! Love Posie

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  8. Love your garland, one of the prettiest xmas decorations I have seen. BTW the booties were a little difficult for me to get as I am still quite new to crochet, but once you figure it out they are really quick and easy.

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  9. Your stars look fantastic. Delightful.

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  10. These garlands are really popular at the moment. So pretty and I agree about the not too commercial look. Great job Chamaine

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  11. Another beautiful garland! Just saw one over at the Clip Cafe - and to think I was just going to make bunting...might have to try a bit harder!! xxx

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  12. oh, it's beautiful...i adore a good garland and this one is perfect.

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  13. I love yours! There are so many styles and idea's with these ( and bunting) I just love them all!!

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  14. the garland looking lovely =)

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  15. I'm such a sucker for a garland and yours is absolutely lovely. It has just he right amount of Christmas cheer.

    I find so many blogs inspiring that it's all a bit overwhelming at times. I just want to make everything (but alas, I have no skill!!) x

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  16. The garland is gorgeous, and timeless.

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  17. That looks beautiful! Btw, I tagged you in my blog, I hope you will play along, no pressure :).

    http://olgastuff.blogspot.com/2010/11/four-things-about-four-things-about-me.html

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  18. I adore your garland. It's pure perfection. Can't wait to see what you're making there too. I'm going to play along this week... Pruxxx

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  19. Nothing like a crafty garland for any season I say! I have been trying to find some of those cone shapes at Spotlight, but each time I go in they are all sold out! Will have to try again soon. I can't wait to make one of those little trees.

    Thanks for the link to my blog too. :)

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  20. the garland is lovely. i wanting simple decor this year too.

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