favorite Christmas projects revisited.

For the past month or so I’ve been meaning to put together a blog post revisiting some of my favorite Christmas projects from year’s past.  Somehow we’ve gotten down to the wire with Christmas coming up at the end of the week and I haven’t done it yet.  So, bonus!  I’m posting on a Tuesday just so that I can take a quick trip down memory lane with you guys.

I’ve made a few Christmas themed signs over the years, and some of my favorites were the cupboard door signs I made last year.

and hanging from that last sign are the linen stockings that I stenciled …

I’ve also stenciled a few sleds in my day.

So far my favorite is this one I painted last year.

In fact, I liked that one so much that I kept it for myself.

Back in 2019 I did some stenciling on pillow covers.

I gave that one to my sister for Christmas, so I get to see how it’s holding up each year.  So far, so good.

The other pillow I stenciled turned out pretty darn cute as well.

I had purchased a bunch of old handsaws at a garage sale back in 2017, so I dressed them up for Christmas with stencils.

Not all of my Christmas projects are stenciled.  I’ve also been known to use a few transfers on them.  One of my favorites was this tackle box that I made over.

I thought these painted books with transfers were really lovely too.

The paint job on this toolbox wasn’t especially holiday themed …

But it made the perfect container for a holiday themed gift basket.

I’ve painted my share of holiday chairs over the years, and this trio had a mix of stencils and transfers.

This pair of painted ice skates looked great with a transfer added to them.

And just in case you missed them, here are a few of my favorites from this year.

The North Pole suitcase.

The Rudolph and Co truck.

The Rudolph and Co grain shovel.

The craft paper scroll sign.

The foot board sign.

The Milk & Cookies chairs.

It’s always fun to take a trip down memory lane and revisit a few of the projects I’ve completed in the past.  Now that I’m unemployed, next year I hope to crank out even more unique Christmas decorations!  Fingers crossed that I can stock up on raw materials over the summer garage sale season.

In the meantime, I’ll be back tomorrow with the rest of the tour of Amy’s house, so be sure to stay tuned!

26 thoughts on “favorite Christmas projects revisited.

  1. Love all of these! Selfishly, I am enjoying your retirement. So much fun with extra posts! Love how you use different products to put a fun twist on everything.


  2. I just love your work! The saws are (at this second ) are my favorites! But I love the tool boxes as well! I’m so happy for you and your retirement! We are lucky for extra creative goodies!
    Merry Christmas to you and Mr. Q!
    Smiles, Alice


  3. AB-BON-DAN-ZA Miss Quandie! I just love having so many of your posts in my mailbox now! Merry Christmas to you and Mr. Q! (And seriously consider doing that vintage ornament coffee table book!)


  4. I love them all too. Luckily I have been a recipient of a few over the years. The pillow, a saw and a coup!e of signs. Even some older ones like cross stitching, a wooden Santa and some painted pine cones. Now I just need a sled for our front, hint,hint.


  5. So as I continued to scroll down on this post I would say “this one is my favorite” until the next photo and then that would become my favorite. That continued all the way to the final photo where I just decided I want it ALL!!!!! Great work!!

    Merry Christmas to you and all your loved ones!


  6. I love everything that you do! Your Christmas projects have always been one of my favorites. I always look forward to see what you come up with each year. You never disappoint! 😊 🎄


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