Christmas is coming; the goose is getting fat. Please put a penny in the old man’s hat… Yes. This is the song I am listing to as I sit down to write this post. I am in dismay thinking that Christmas is only a few weeks away. I started planning what I was going to do for Christmas months ago. Still, after being away on a quilting cruise, put on by Stitching Heaven, for a week, then Thanksgiving and trying to catch up with work, I scaled back what I would be doing to a 12 Days of Christmas sale. It has been going on for a few days, but you still have plenty of time to join in the savings or add-on gifts.
What is my 12 Days of Christmas sale??
Each day you will have the opportunity to take advantage of a % off discount, get a gift with your purchase or get an entry into a giveaway with each $40 spent.
If you shop on a % off day, like the first day of the sale, you will need a code to unlock the discount in my ElisabethDeMoo.com shop. (No code need in my Etsy shop) Just use the word DAY + the sale day, IE DAY1, DAY3, DAY10, and DAY11.
On a day when you get a free gift with your purchase, add the item you would like in the order notes, and I will add it to your package.
To see what is going on every day, head over to my Instagram page or click here and join my newsletter list. I hope you find what you have been looking for. Happy shopping!
Today I did a little digging into my website archives.
Here are 5 of my favorite Holiday themed projects that I have featured on my blog over the last 10 years… That is right. It has been 10 years since I started this blog, and I have had so much fun creating and sharing with all of you. In the comments, tell me if you are making handmade gifts this year and what they will be.
Peppermint Way Quilt Pattern – An easy project to learn English Paper Piecing with. You EPP the circle and sew it onto a fabric block. This free pattern gives you 5 quilt sizes as well as table runners.
Snow globe Wall Hanging – This is a fast make-to-create. English paper piece the Snow globe, add a layer of vinyl and some glider.
Pointed Toe Christmas Stocking – This pattern is for sale in my shop. It has three different designs in the pattern that you can make. A quick and easy creation that will make a wonderful gift.
Table runners are always fun and quick to make. The sparking table runner looks like it is made with flying geese, but it is actually made with half-square triangles. Click here to see the tutorial.
Christmas Tree gift bag – Save time by buying a premade tote and embellish it with buttons and fabric to take your gift-giving to the next level.
Cheers to the most wonderful time of the year. If I don’t get to tell you later this month, Merry Christmas.
New pattern alert… I plan on releasing a new pattern on New Year’s. So come back soon for a pattern release party and giveaway.
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