12 Days of Christmas Giveaways Day 6!

Happy Thursday and welcome to another day of giveaways! Yesterday, our generous Editor Ashley gave you two chances to win: a Christmas travel mug and 1000 Great Cross-Stitch Designs by Maria Kelly.

Yesterday we asked: What’s your favorite thing about the Holidays? Congratulations to our two winners: Linda and Marilee Hawkins! Please email info@cmemag.com with your mailing address to receive your prize.

Today’s prize is a fantastic zipper ornament kit from Indygo Junction!

Included in this prize bag is: Four color packs of zipper trim AND two Zipper Christmas patterns – Zipper Christmas Cheer & My Christmas Zips!

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All you need to do to enter is answer the following question in the comments section below: Do you make your own Christmas ornaments?

 

 

The lucky winner will be announced tomorrow, along with our Day 7 prize! Good luck!

 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways Day 6!
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90 Responses to 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways Day 6!

  1. Valerie Best says:

    Sometimes I make my Christmas ornaments. More so when my children were younger than now.

  2. c kelley says:

    I like simple designs for towels

  3. deb allen says:

    Yes I make ornaments. I just got thru making snowflakes for Sandy Hook school.

  4. Marthie says:

    Yes off course specially with a magasine like yours!!!!

  5. Julianne Mason says:

    Yes, i make felt ones and machine embroidered ones and i made a paper snowflake yesterday.

  6. Regina Doyle says:

    Yes. I have made paper & card ornaments in the past & every year I make some for the grandkids (with their name & year on them). I have also made embroidered lace ornaments for Christmas & other special times during the year, like Easter.

  7. Pat Hurdle says:

    I make one special ornament for each member of the family every year. Each year they are different. No 2 ornaments are the same.

  8. Paula says:

    I like to personalize mine. I just made picture ormaments for my brother and his wife.

  9. Kathy Caddell says:

    Love making ornaments, esp with g-kids. Zipper ornaments are so cool. Love the flowers.

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  11. Deb Davidson says:

    I have made ornaments in the past but nothing lately. I love the zipper flower ornaments!!

  12. Rita Sussman says:

    Yes over the years we have fun as a family making many ornaments tatting, cookies, stockings. They are still being used today and some have been passed on to their new homes as each child has started their Christmas traditions. They are continuing the same holiday time and sharing with their children. This year I made small wool stockings for the tree for each that money could be tucked away in. Merry Christmas!!!!

  13. Rita Sussman says:

    Yes over the years we have fun as a family making many ornaments tatting, cookies, stockings. They are still being used today and some have been passed on to their new homes as each child has started their Christmas traditions. They are continuing the same holiday time and sharing with their children. Merry Christmas!!!!

  14. Lulita says:

    Yes, I’ve made dozens and dozens of tatted snowflake and angel ornaments. So many over the years some are yellowing and sad looking, but I keep them. Too many hours in the tatting to throw them away. Merry Christmas!

  15. Erika says:

    i had every intention to not decorate my tree with my ornaments but instead make ornaments with my kids to cover the entire tree. We are leaving town for 10 days and I was worried my crazy cats would take down the tree and break all the ornaments. but alas, the tree is still under my sons bunkbed.

  16. Kathy Jaken says:

    I have made many ornaments over the years but none lately. My favorite are the ones made with my children when they were small.

  17. DorothyU says:

    I used to yrs ago but don’t now since I moved into an apt where I have little room.

  18. MelodyJ says:

    Yes, I make beaded ones and painted ones.

  19. Tina says:

    We always make a set of ornaments since my daughter was about 2 years old. They started out as cut outs from old Christmas cards hung with pipe cleaners and progressed to stickers on felt cut outs then bread dough and so on. This year my daughter is 7 and we made felted animals. I Would love to add these zipper ones, too!

  20. Debbie Wakelee says:

    I used to make all of my Christmas Ornaments. However, as my career took off, I began spending less time crafting/sewing/etc. and more time with job related things. Now I am retired and hoping to get back into things full swing!

  21. I have but it’s been a while!

  22. sue says:

    Yes, I make Christmas ornaments every year, and have been doing this for the past 26 years……. the ornaments are unique each year and are given as gifts to friends and family.

  23. sue says:

    Yes, I make my own ornaments each Christmas; something I have done for the past 26 years….. they are different every year and are given as gifts to friends and family.

  24. Nicki says:

    When I have time I really like to make ornaments and give them away.

  25. Denise Arras says:

    Yes I do but this year I haven’t made any yet(there is still time) lol I made lots of candy cane holders

  26. Carol K E says:

    Our family has made a variety of ornaments over the years. The last few years I have been making Nativity Advent Calendars for our Grandchildren.

  27. Ramona M. says:

    I love to make Christmas ornaments to give away to friends and family as well as for my own tree. Would love to win this package.

  28. Kellieann Austin says:

    I actually make most of the ornaments and give them to others. my tree consists of ornaments others have given to me. there are maybe 4 or 5 that i have “bought” because I like them. My tree if very special to me. I can recall every person that gave them to me and am thinking of my dear family and friends while putting it up each year

  29. Emily F says:

    I have always wanted to make my ornaments but have always been scard too. I would love to start this tradition of making ornaments with my daughter but don’t know how to get started.

  30. Patty says:

    I have made ornaments with my daughter, but not recently. We are definitely oging to have to get back to making them. The homemade ones are always my favorites. They bring back happy memories!

  31. We are making our own right now. I bought plain paper mache ornaments from the craft store, and my 16-mo-old daughter is scribbling all over them. Her grandparents will love them!

  32. valerie csmith says:

    I make embroidery machine ornaments for family and to sell

  33. Beth B says:

    I have made many over the years, but none this year.

  34. Karen A says:

    Yes, I’ve made quite a few over the years.

  35. Penny says:

    Yes, the kids and I make them. 95% of the ornaments on our tree are handmade :)

  36. Marlene Walters says:

    I have one tree that I put up that is all home made things. I have it in my sewing room and pretty soon you will not be able to find the tree for all the things I put on it. I make new things all year long.

  37. Marie says:

    Have made patchwork Trees and painted Christmas trees to look like little ladies.

  38. Constance M. Bunn says:

    Ab-so-lutely!!! I make Christmas ornaments every year( since I was in the single digits) for my family…..I hate to admit, that I haven’t done one this year….trying to think of something different…..THIS would do the trick!!! Thanks for the inspiration!!

  39. GiftyDiane says:

    I have made many style of ornaments over the years. I made a whole collection of embroidered felt ornaments with sort of a Scandinavian feel when we were first married. Unfortunately, I got rid of them when they went out of style. Now, they are very popular and I wish I would have held on to them! What goes around comes round!

  40. Phyllis Lundy says:

    I’ve made a few cross stitch ornaments.