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26 October 2015

Xmas Tree Bunting {Handmade Christmas}

Is there anything that says “Let’s Celebrate!” like bunting? As part of my Handmade Christmas Series, I created this fun and festive bunting to hang in my home. I have the perfect place for it already picked out. I just need to wait for December to roll around before we can start decorating. When do you start decorating for Christmas?

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These fabrics are so bright and the prints are festive and lovely for fussy cutting. This bundle was one I received from one of my favourite stores, Modes 4 U. Have you visited lately?

Modes 4 U have a wonderful assortment of Christmas prints, along with plenty of other gorgeous fabric (which you could add to your Christmas wish list *hint, hint*). And not only fabrics, but the cutest stationery, bags & purses, bento, accessories, arts and crafts.
To enter, just tell me what you’d make with these fabrics? Look out for the giveaway on the Samelia’s Mum Facebook Page for another chance to enter. Good Luck!





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Don’t forget to check back soon for more Handmade Christmas projects, gifts, recipes, giveaways etc…

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Now for some fun! Modes 4 U have offered to give away this sweet fabric bundle to one lucky person.



GIVEAWAY CLOSED - WINNER: ANNE D


Terms and Conditions: This is a game of skill. Giveaway is open to Australian Residents ONLY. Giveaway will close on Monday, 2 November 2015 at 19:00 AEDST. The prize will be sent by the promoter/s. Samelia’s Mum will take no responsibility for any delay, loss or damage to prizes sent to winner. Winner/s will be announced on the Samelia's Mum Facebook page and/or contacted by email. The winner has 7 days to claim the prize. If it is not claimed within this time period, it will be forfeited.

21 comments:

  1. Hi Anorina these are so cute,i love this fabric,i would make a small quilt with these gorgeous fabrics,thankyou for hosting this lovely giveaway xx

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  2. I love this idea, I might make 25 days of Christmas stuffed with a trinket. I start after Thanksgiving day.
    gasuski@mac.com

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  3. Hi Anorina, I've been loving seeing your gorgeous Christmas projects. I'm trying to have a handmade Christmas this year too and make a fabric gift for everyone in my family... so I would love to use these fabrics in a scrappy xmas table runner or cushion cover. Thanks for the chance! Kelly

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  4. Hi Anorina, I've been loving seeing your gorgeous Christmas projects. I'm trying to have a handmade Christmas this year too and make a fabric gift for everyone in my family... so I would love to use these fabrics in a scrappy xmas table runner or cushion cover. Thanks for the chance! Kelly

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  5. I'd stick to bunting for my grand daughters room.

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  6. Hi Anorina, Your bunting looks great. I love the idea of Christmas trees. If I was lucky enough to win, I would make some of that bunting too. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  7. I'd probably make some ornaments too or they would become part of my trees on my quilt.

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  8. I'm loving this Christmas Series :) Lovely bunting and such lovely fabrics! I'm thinking along the lines of Chrissy cushion covers, maybe even with a little forest of trees appliqued on, that would be cute as :) Ooh now I really, really want to win ;)

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  9. I would have to make the gorgeous bunting! Thank you for the chance to win, and for the fabulous pattern!

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  10. What a wonderful series! I´d love to sew christmas socks from it!

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  11. A Christmas table runner or mini. A summer Christmas means no need for quilts. What a great shop. I had a quick look at their fabric and they have a great range.

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    1. Congratulations Anne. Please email me your postal details and your prize will be on it's way to you soon.

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  12. I LOVE the bunting! If I didn't make that, I would make some ornaments or maybe Christmas napkins.

    lenelson(at)mail(dot)com

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  13. Gorgeous fabric and love the bunting. I would add it to some that I have and make a Christmas cot quilt...three new grandies this year to use it :)

    Thanks for the pattern.

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  14. I would make the bunting same as yours. I love what you have done.

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  15. A new topper for my dinning rm table, thanks!

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  16. I think I'd make this bunting for my mantle and stairway! Hope I win!!

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  17. I'd love to use these fabrics in some Christmas wall hangings! Thanks for the chance!

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  18. I'd love to make a very festive Christmas table runner. Begin a new tradition. (I am so big on Christmas traditions.)

    Beautiful fabrics thank you.

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  19. I would make a new take of Christmas crackers with a sweet, a joke and a hat with the peoples name on it

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  20. I love giving table runners as Christmas gifts. These fabrics are perfect!

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