Holiday Link Party 2011 {Open until Christmas}

I’m a little early, because I plan to hit a few Black Friday sales with all the crazies tomorrow.
With the kids in tow.
Wish me luck…
Thanksgiving’s over. 
It’s not my favorite holiday, for those of you that read the blog regulary…you know why.  :( 
My fridge is stinkin’ with leftovers, and 
the pumpkins are all going to their final resting place this evening.
Time to break out the Christmas bins…
It’s that time again, my fellow crafty ones!
If you have ANY projects holiday-related:
new or old
be it:
{for the holiday! not just general foodstuffs…}
homemade gifts
teacher gifts
Please share them here!
Think of this as your personal database for all ideas related to the holidays.
For a little inspiration for all things handmade, here’s my most popular post on this site:
I dreamed this up on a whim one boring night last December.
It’s so easy and cheap to make.
Make one for your boss or child’s teacher.
Guidelines for the Holiday Link
#1 Follow if you like {not required though}. For extra brownie points find me on TwitterPinterest, and Facebook.  We can chat and stuff.  
#2 Link to your actual post, not your blog generale.  And play nice and link back with a snazzy button or a text link…


Here’s the awesome button I made.  It pays homage to the best Christmas Cartoon ever:
#2.5 {don’t link to etsy shoppes, other linkies, etc.}, I will delete you! Other than that…anything HOLIDAY goes!
#3 Please visit others.  Pretty please, with pizza on top???

{by entering, you give me permission to use a picture if I feature you with a link back to your site}


  1. laxsupermom says:

    Not only is that the best Christmas movie ever, but the soundtrack belongs in everyone’s iPod, phone, or for the retro crowd, stereos. Thanks for hosting this Christmas idea party.

  2. Julia says:

    Great idea! It’s fun to see everyone’s holiday ideas. I’ve been having a blast making ornaments for my first apartment Christmas tree this year. I chose one to link up (no. 26- my awesome snow cloud!) but there are a ton more on my blog.

    Also, I’m you 600th follower! woo!

  3. Carissa says:

    thanks for hosting this! I’ve been coming back every few days to troll for great ideas.

  4. SusieQTpies says:

    Snow much fun :) Stop over and link up your post in my Holiday Tips, Crafts & Recipes Link up. I’d love to have you so my readers can find all your ideas here, too! Susie

  5. Kelli says:

    Love the link up! I added several items. Feel free to stop in and link up your party in my Christmas Crafts & Recipes link up. I’d love to have you. I just posted it.

    Thanks, Kelli

  6. linda says:

    Love the button so much I just couldn’t resist coming here from Centsational Girl. And then I see that you’re here in Chicago too … linked up my Book Page Present Boxes.

  7. Cheryl says:

    Love this collection! I’m coming back, following on pinterest, too. You have great ideas! Thanks for your kind words, too!

  8. Nicolette, I have shared my Gingerbread Aprons and Gingerbread Men cookie recipe. Thanks for hosting!

  9. SusieQTpies says:

    Checking in from last week and added another link. Your button is on my side bar! Susie

  10. I have shared my Christmas Bread Basket. Thank you for hosting this party!

  11. I have added my Christmas stockings today. Love the party!

  12. Cheryl says:

    Merry Christmas! Checking back in to see all the goodiness you are up to!

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