It has been wonderful working on these ornaments all year long. I have them set aside and waiting to go onto our tree this year. This last ornament of the series is a lively bird to roost in your tree.
Archive | 2014 Ornament of the Month Club
Wow! Two Fabric Circles, a length of ribbon, one button and about 15 minutes (or less!) to make this adorable ornament. I saw this on YouTube and had to share with you.
Wow! It’s November and many are gearing up for the Holidays. But we have been in Holiday mode all year at LynBrown.com! And this Santa Ornament is just the thing to keep us in the mood.
OMGoodness! I am officially caught up! At least with this series of Ornaments! In October, the weather (hopefully in SoCal) starts to get chilly. We started out the month with some days in the 90s but we are ending it with some moderate 80 degree days. But soon it will be mitten weather in our […]
“These dolls don’t quite nest… but they sure will be adorable on your Christmas Tree! Make just one or make all three… or even MORE!
Ok. I’m behind. But really… We don’t NEED these Ornies til December! But finally I’m posting the August Ornament. Baby Block.
Don’t worry… Our Ornament Of The Month Club has no dues and no initiation rituals! All you have to do is download the free pattern and make your own version of whichever ornament you desire! And this month, as America celebrates our Independence Day, I offer a cute Flag Ornament.
Kissing under the mistletoe is part of Christmas. But where did the tradition come from? The old Christmas custom is that a man and a woman who meet under a hanging of mistletoe are obliged to kiss.
Wow! May is going by so quickly! 2014 is racing by! But I am very happy that we are having Christmas all year long with this Ornament of the Month Club and our Do You See Christmas Block of the Week.
This year seems to be flying by! Are you enjoying keeping the Christmas Spirit all year long with our Ornament of the Month Club and the Do You See…? Christmas Block of the Week?