Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Santa Christmas Tree Ornie

Hi! I haven't posted in a while, sorry. But, I've been busy, as you probably all have been this close to Christmas. The other day I was thinking about what I could make to give to a friend that I was meeting for lunch. I came up with a cute Santa ornament.

This isn't the ornie I made for my friend, I modified my pattern after I made the first one.

I'd like to give one to all of you, but since that would be impossible, I figured the next best thing would be to give the pattern to any of you who would like to make one yourself.

Just copy the .jpg file below, and print it out:

The pattern should fit on an 8-1/2" x 11" sheet, and don't forget to select "landscape" before you print it.

I hope that many of you will copy this pattern, and I would LOVE to see your results. If you email them to me, I will post the pics.

Thank you all, and I hope you are having a fun week.



The Bear's Blog said...

What a wonderful Santa. And thank you for sharing.


Colony Mountain Stitcheries said...

It is so much fun to visit your blog...love seeing Santa and the reindeer! Thank you for sharing the Christmas ornament pattern. It will be fun to see what I can do with it.

maddyrose said...

I love the cute Santa ornament and am going to copy the pattern and if I get caught up with everything I will try making a few for this year otherwise there's always next Christmas. I've got a tree to decorate so I'll call you later. Hugs

Lee Pierce said...

I LOVE it! How precious this is IRL :D
Ya I copied the photo Maggie and will even give this a shot - I'm sure it won't be as great as your original. You are so generous ;^) Thank You so much! Santa is my favorite guy!

Heather said...

oh, I love him!!!!!!!!!! adorable.
did i tell you how much i adore the background of your blog?

angelself said...

So cute, thanks! =) Kathryn

pinkglitterfae said...

oh Maggie, how cute is that Santa! I know who your friend was that got one from you, lol! as I saw it on her bloggie :-)

thanks for the template! I will save it, although who knows when I can find time to make one - plus, my sewing skills are not that great, lol!

Magic Love Crow said...

Maggie he is so sweet ;o) This is what you gave to Lee ;o)Thanks for giving us the pattern ;o) And, big hugs for coming by my blog today ;o) I appreciated it ;o)

Eileen Bergen said...

Oh my, what a gorgeous site you have, Maggie!

Thanks for stopping by The Artful Crafter blog and commenting.

One of our readers is looking for how to make a papier mache angel, specifically a choir-type angel.

Have you done any like that? I would love to send her over to see your art.