H is for Haberdashery

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I can spend hours looking through the ribbons, buttons, fabric, felt and beads in haberdashery shops. The quirky, independent ones are the best… the ones where tasteful pearl buttons and hessian rub shoulders with tangerine marabou trim and cross-stitch teddy bears. I hope you’ll find today’s selection of pins falls on the tasteful side! H… 

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G is for Garlands

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Traditional festive garlands made from foliage and berries are lovely, especially with a few scented cinnamon sticks and dried oranges added in. But this year I’ve been pinning all sorts of innovative contemporary garlands onto my Christmas board… {Rosaliga via Pinterest} {House to Home via Pinterest} {Bookity via Pinterest} {Cake via Pinterest} {Palimpsestic via Pinterest}… 

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Made by me, for your tree!

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So, I had a go at making the lovely Sania Pell’s clay Christmas decorations last weekend. I can’t believe how easy they were and how well they turned out! You’ll need this book for the proper instructions but I made up my own based on the photos on Sania’s blog. Here’s what I used: 1x… 

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