Do you remember the Crafting the Seasons event that Charlotte and I held at Liberty last month? Well, very excitingly, the bloggers who came to the craft party are beginning to blog about their Liberty makes that they started that afternoon and have finished or added to at home. We set them the challenge to use Liberty print to make some Christmas decorations that they could use to style a surface in their home for December’s Styling the Seasons posts.
I have to say I have been blown away by the incredible creativity that I’ve seen in the posts so far. They truly are wonderful, so I wanted to do a mini round up – there are a few more to come – as I’m sure they will inspire you too…
You MUST check out Jeska’s post over at Lobster and Swan. It is a riot of Liberty print and she has done four projects using the fabric, including these party hats. I NEED A SET A THOSE!!!
The talented Teri, over at The Lovely Drawer, couldn’t make the afternoon at Liberty but amazingly, she still managed to sew up this lovely stocking with some fabric we sent her after the event. So, so lovely.
Heather, over at Growing Spaces, has crafted these super cool copper tree decorations strung with pretty Liberty print – so creative!
Look how amazingly pretty Tamsyn’s Liberty print wreath is. You must pop over to her blog, The Villa on Mount Pleasant, to see the gorgeous baubles she made too.
I am in love with this reindeer made by the lovely Laura of Circle of Pine Trees blog. What a wonderfully creative use of the pretty Liberty print, and doesn’t it suit him well? Laura also made some lovely baubles that you can see in her blog post.
This beauty was made by Soumya at Liberty (I have no idea how she was able to finish it with all the chatter and excitement!) and it is such a gorgeous use for this Liberty Paisley print. Beautiful photos on the Made by Molu blog too.
I love this clever idea from Ruth for a framed count down board – genius! Head over to The Planned Adventure to see more.
Charlotte made this beautiful tree, babubles and tassles with her Liberty print (she is so creative!). She has also written a tutorial so you can have a go at making these in time for Christmas.
I made these super easy Liberty print covered wooden cutouts – check out the tutorial.
I also made an Advent tree, filled with Liberty print stuffed pears and a partridge. See the full post here.
Feeling inspired by all of this creative amazingness? My mind is blown.