Sunday, November 28, 2010

Sweater Christmas Ornaments

I hope all of you had a nice Thanksgiving.  Mine was filled with lots of loved ones and food! 

In addition to making the keepsake stockings, (you can read about them here) I also made Christmas Ornaments using one of my Mom’s sweaters. 


Each ornament has buttons  from my Mom’s sewing box.   



On Thanksgiving Day I gave the ornaments to  Mom’s grandchildren and the keepsake stockings to my brother and sister. From now on, my Mom will remain a part of everyone’s Christmas. 




  1. Gail, What a lovely idea! Not only are these ornament just beautiful and very festive, but they have such a lovely meaning behind them. I'm sure your Mother's memory lives on because you have kept it alive!
    I would love to use this idea too.

  2. How sweet and thoughtful! Not to mention beautiful! I just stumbled upon your blog and have signed on to follow. Hope you have a great week!

  3. These are really pretty and it's so nice to have a story when you look at them. Thanks for the great idea! I may try to make something similar.

  4. I loved the keepsake stockings when you posted those and I love these little ornaments too. Your mother will be remembered every time her children and grandchildren look at the keepsakes you made.

  5. What a wonderful keepsake, such a beautiful way to remember our loved ones. You have inspired me to make some keepsakes for my nephew, Dec. 1st will be two yrs. Thanks so much for sharing!

    Hugs and blessings'

  6. What a great idea. They are adorable.

  7. Ashley (Your Neice)Monday, November 29, 2010

    Mine is on the top of my tree! I love it Aunt Gail.

  8. They not only radiate beauty, but they also give a deep inner love.

  9. This is wonderful! Love the ornaments but the fact that you used your mom's sweater is fabulous. This would be such a great keepsake! I would die to have an ornament made from a sweater that my grandmother's once wore :D

    Thank you for linking up to the party! You're the best!!!

  10. A very touching memento. I love little projects that mean something.

  11. Gail these are the cutest darned things! Glad I found your blog from Dittle Dattle, and I see you followed mine, doing the same and I look forward to more of your creativeness.

  12. Love this!!! I've got a scarf I want to use for this great project!
    Would love for you to come by All Things Merry & Brite Linky on Wednesdays to inspire us w/ all your holiday inspiration!
    All Things Heart and Home

  13. Stopping by from the Amaze Me Monday party!! These are just too cute! I know I have some old sweaters that I could use!

  14. Such a blessed thought. Sharing it with the others who loved your mother is a special touch. I'm becoming a follower to your beautiful blog.

  15. Those are really cute - what a clever idea to use an old sweater like that.

  16. oh this is such a cute idea! Come link up tomorrow @ Ladybug Blessings Handmade Tuesdays

  17. So cute! I would love for you to link this up to our Sassy Christmas party- Christmas with FABRIC! :)

  18. Just wanted to let you know I featured you tonight :) come on over and link another great idea up to MMM!


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