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Thursday, December 8, 2011

Amy's Countdown to Christmas


Amy Crockett created a fun wall-hanging, just in time for Christmas!

Amy says, "I used my Cricut to cut the little boxes. I put fun little things like Christmas buttons, stickers, candy, as well as fun activities in each one, as we countdown the 12 days of Christmas. I have many windows in my house and not much wall space, so this will fit perfectly on a thin strip of wall. I was also thinking of expanding it to 24 days!"







Supplies: Large Calendar Numbers and Fancy Christmas Stickers.

11 comments:

Renee said...

This is beautiful! Love the buttons and stickers!

Nadi'Art{design} said...

C'est vraiment joli, j'adore ta créativité ♥

Vera Rhuhay said...

Awww....love this!!!

Sandy said...

Oh wow, this is such a cute project!!! Don't know how you had the patience to make 12 little boxes and decorate them and then fill them! Although I love crafting, I'm a Easy-Peasy kinda gal!!

The Scrapbooking Queen said...

Okay that is one really cute advent or countdown calendar ...love it
The Scrapbooking Queen

Annette said...

love love love this idea...what a fun idea...thanks for sharing..

Jingle said...

I love this!

Romaine said...

Isn't that the cutest! The greetings blend so nicely with the papers, they look like they are postcards!

missstamper said...

I came over from Amy's blog to comment again on this terrific project! I may use this idea for my Childrens' 12 Days of Christmas fun next year!

Liz Weber said...

Love how fun and creative these are Amy, such a great way to countdown. Thanks for the wonderful inspiration!

Ruza's Craft Corner said...

This is gorgeous! My daughter is always looking for presents once the tree goes up. I love this idea, and I'm going to try to create something similar to this next year for my daughter. TFS! ;o)

 
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