TGIFF! - Folded Star Ornaments

Wow, that break was a little unexpected! Life is a little whoa right now. Like Whoa-slow-the-hell-down kind of whoa. But TGFTGIFF -- Thank Goodness for TGIFF! to help get me back in the saddle. There hasn't been a lot of sewing going on, but there are ornaments. Okay, there are two ornaments right now, but there will be more.

These folded star ornaments were made using this great tutorial. They are time consuming, but so cleverly constructed.

I love this one:


But I adore this one:


Look at that deer! XO

Cute, eh? Only 14 more to go. ;)



13 comments:

  1. Very cute! I hope things slow down for you a little - I've missed reading your blog posts. :-)

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  2. Very cute ornaments M-R! Thanks for hosting.

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  3. Your ornaments are so cute, I am going to check out that tutorial.

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  4. Fun ornaments! I totally understand the slow down...this time of year is relentless! I hope you get a chance to take a breath, relax and things settle down a bit for you!!

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  5. These are so cute! I wish I had time to make some of my own. Next year.....Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Those ornaments are really cute! Thanks for sharing the link to the tutorial. I'll have to check it out!

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  7. Super cute ornaments! Thank you for hosting this week despite being so busy!

    -Soma

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  8. Love those ornaments, I wonder if it's something I could actually get the kids to sit long enough for to "help" (read: hinder) lol. Thanks for the link to the tut, and, thanks for the reminder to link up hahah. Things are flat out cray-cray around here :s

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  9. Love those ornaments, I wonder if it's something I could actually get the kids to sit long enough for to "help" (read: hinder) lol. Thanks for the link to the tut, and, thanks for the reminder to link up hahah. Things are flat out cray-cray around here :s

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  10. Aw, that's a cute idea! almost makes me want a christmas tree!!!

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