Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Day 7: Cookie Cutter Projects

So glad to see you today! 
Yesterday's project was for the kids; today's project is to do with the kids. 

We've got an alternative to cookie making, and it's definitely less messy than pulling out the frosting, sprinkles, and colored sugar. It's sugar free, too! 
All you need are some fabric scraps, fusible web, some cookie cutters, and your imagination! 

Click here to download the pdf for this project.

Here are a few suggestions to get you started, all from the 
Wintersong collection by Cheryl Haynes:

This homey plaid would make a cute stocking!

Use this pine needle and cone print for a Christmas tree.

Textured brown, ideal for a reindeer!

Either of these next two prints would be perfect for a gingerbread man.

Use ribbons, buttons, other trim and fabric markers to embellish. 


Win a fat quarter bundle!
Today's 12 Days of Christmas question:
What are the names of the two FREE Googlies patterns offered on our website?

To enter the giveaway, leave the correct answer in the comment section below this post. 

The winner will receive this fat quarter bundle of Nancy Halvorsen prints!

Details: This giveaway is open through Wednesday, December 19th at 11:59 EST. On Thursday, we'll randomly draw a name from the commenters with the correct answer, and we'll post the winner's name here on the blog.

Good luck!


Here is the answer to Day 5's question: 
Who is Mr. B?
The answer: "Mr. B" is Selim Benardete, founder and President Emeritus of Benartex. 

The winner: Remnant and Relics, who said:

Congratulations! We've sent you an email to get your mailing address.

(Note: Each day, we make a numbered list of everyone who answered the question correctly. Then we use random.org to select a number from the correct entries, and match that number up to the numbered list of names. Just 
so you know how we're choosing the winner.)

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  1. Do you have a link for a printable version of the first picture, with the instructions? This idea is so cute! The Googlies patterns are "Sweet Dreams for Little Monsters" and "Out of This World". Thanks!

  2. Sweet Dreams for
    Little Monsters, by the very talented Wendy Sheppard and Out of this World.

    Can you tell I'mm a big fan of Wendy Sheppard? She is so talented. Love all her designs.


  3. Googlies patterns
    1)Out of This World designed by Stitched Together Studios
    2) Sweet Dreams for Little Monsters designed by Wendy Sheppard


  4. The two Googlies patterns are Sweet Dreams for Little Monsters and Out of this World. Thanks for the giveaways!

  5. Sweet Dreams for Little Monsters and Out of this World are the Googlies pattern names.

  6. Sweet Dreams for Little Monsters and Out of this World. thank you for the wonderful give-aways! :-D

  7. Sweet dreams for little monsters and Out of this world.
    I wish I had a little one to sew for.

  8. Here it is - Sweet Dreams for Little Monsters and Out of This World! Great give aways!

  9. Sweet Dreams for
    Little Monsters


    Out of This World...Could these fabrics be any more cute! NO!

    Perfect for the grandkids!

  10. Out of This World and Sweet Dreams for Little Monsters

  11. Sweet Dreams for Little Monsters and Out of this world, and aren't they the cutest little monsters :)

  12. Out of This World and Sweet Dreams for Little Monsters. Cute fabrics!