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Thursday, December 4, 2008

Day 6 of the Holiday Calendar

December 6th

16 days till Hanukkah
19 days till Christmas
25 days till the New Year
31 days till 3 Kings Day




I am a firm believer that a Christmas tree can never have too many ornaments. I also hate throwing out old Holiday cards; it seems such a waste. This ornament offers the best of both worlds: more bling on the ole tree and another life for all those Holiday cards.



Free Tutorial on How to Make Your Own Paper Ornament
Instructions provided by Anne


Anne is the owner of the Etsy store Ennadoolf.

Of course you'll find knitting in Ennadoolf - there is a variety of scarves and hats in different colours and styles, cotton dish cloths, shopping/beach bags, and a variety of cup cozies (otherwise known as java jackets or coffee sleeves). When Anne isn't knitting, you might find her in front of a sewing machine, so naturally Ennadoolf is also filled with several topsy turvy dolls as well as fashion doll clothes for the discerning Barbie (or similar) doll needing a wardrobe infusion of sundresses or fancy gowns. With a bit of help from Anne's husband, who hand made the wooden corkers, the store also has corking sets, otherwise known as knitting spools or knitting nancy. Come and visit Ennadoolf and enjoy your time there.


This Holiday Calendar is sponsored by the Etsy Knitters Team.To find out more about the group, please visit our team page.

Etsy Knitters Team's Holiday Calendar will run through 3 Kings Day, January 6th. Join us as we count down the days till Hanukkah, Christmas, the New Year and 3 Kings Day. Each day will feature one of the following: a link to a free knitting pattern, a link to a free tutorial on making handmade Holiday decorations, a free holiday recipe, or a picture of a holiday item for sale.

2 comments:

SleightGirl said...

What a brilliant idea! I love it!

Hamncheezr said...

I love this idea! I usually save the fronts of cards and cut gift tags out of them for presents the next year, but this is a great idea! Thanks!