Isabella's Whimsy

handmade with love

Beginning to think about Christmas

With IsabellasWhimsy on Etsy I spend a lot of time looking at Etsy and seeing some pretty fun handmade items.  So this week on the blog I want to show you 3 Christmas items for your home, or for gifts, that I hope you will like.

First a hand made quilted tree skirt from PeggyGaylerDesigns.

After her wonderful, whimsical village is appliqued to the tree skirt foundation,  Peggy takes a lot of time with machine quilting a sky full of snowballs. The end result is a high quality family tradition for you. I encourage you to visit PeggyGaylerDesigns on Etsy to see all of her Christmas creations and many other lovely quilts for all year.

Next is a 12.5″ tall Scandinavian Reindeer from HappyDollsbyLesya.

Lesya has touched my heart with her sweet Christmas decorations, dolls, and creatures. I can see that she is well admired and has a successful shop. How does she manage to stuff those little arms and legs? She must be a very careful creator. All of her dolls and toys are made of cloth. You will be happily surprised at their appealing little faces when you visit HappyDollsbyLesya on Etsy.

The last Christmas item this week is from my own IsabellasWhimsy.

This is a set of 4 quilted coasters made with Scandinavian design fabric. They are 4.5″ square and come packaged in a celo bag tied with red and white baker’s twine. Just add a gift card or open and use yourself. I plan to add more Christmas items, so visit IsabellasWhimsy on Etsy to see if I have just what you are looking for.

Thank you for stopping by.

~Blessings,

Isabella

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It’s my own Show-and-Tell day!

You may remember these mug rugs that I made last year…isabellaswhimsymushrooms2 cute, but nothing to write home about, or to even take home.  So I tried to step it up a notch. With a little snipping and stitching came up with these, now available in my Etsy shop.

And let’s not forget the holidays before Christmas and the whole season of Autumn. Here is my Patchwork Pumpkin

Thanks for looking. I love Show-and-Tell!

~Blessings,

Isabella

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