12 Days of Home for the Holidays Archive

Check out the blog posts from the past 4 years of 12 Days of Home for the Holidays featuring incredible crafters, their traditions, and crafts.  From family traditions, cookie recipes, crafty projects, and holiday traditions from around the world, you will be enriched by their sharing of their heart and craft.   

The photos will give you a little idea of what to expect on each person's blog post.  Although it may not give you all the picture of what is on their blog post.   Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah.  

From 2013

Day  1 Teresa Collins

Day  2 Cheryl Waters


Day  3 Maggie Holmes


Day  4 Jenni Bowlin


Day  5 Kathy Cano-Murill


Day  6 Candy Rosenberg


Day  7 Katrina Hunt


Day  8 Stephenie Haman


Day  9 Catherine Scanlon


Day 10 Christy Tomlinson


Day 11 Leslie Ashe


Day 12 Ken Oliver 


From 2012

Day 1 Becky Olsen


Day 2 Lisa Swift


Day 3 Kelli Crowe


Day 4 Jennifer Gallacher


Day 5 Angela Daniels


Day 6 Debbie Buckland


Day 7 Cheryl Mezzetti


Day 8 Irene Tan


Day 9 Pam Bray


Day 10 Irit Shalom


Day 11 Jen Matott


Day 12 Cheryl Waters


From 2011

Day 1 Ali Edwards


Day 2 Francine Clouden 


Day 3 Patti Milazzo


Day 4 Hilde Janbroers-stolk


Day 5 Aly Dosdall


Day 6 Erin Bassett


Day 7 Roni Johnson


Day 8 Katrina Kennedy


Day 9 Tiffany Windsor


Day 10 Michelle Cummings


Day 11 Cheryl Waters


Day 12 Tammy Tutterow


From 2010

Day 1 Lindsey Moore


Day 2 Tami Bayer

Day 3 Jennifer Stewart


Day 4 Amy Coon


Day 5 Laura Bray


Day 6 Jen Martakis


Day 7 Cristal Hobbs aka. Pinky


Day 8 Connie Mercer


Day 9 Lisa Fulmer


Day 10 Margie Romney-Aslett
Day 11 Suz Gray

Day 12 Diane Schultz


From 2009

Day 1 Erin Bassett


Day 2 Crystal Jeffrey Rieger


Day 3 Elena Etcheverry


Day 4 Lisa Pace


Day 5 Margot Potter


Day 6 Suzi Weinburg


Day 7 Nathalie Kalbach


Day 8 Yvonne Busdeker


Day 9 Nikki Sivils


Day 10 Donna Salazar


Day 11 Patter Cross


Day 12 Angie Schuster, Sudie Alexander, and Ruth Adam



  1. Hi -- I had recently seen some felt christmas ornaments (a gingerbread man, a christmas tree and a snowman) on Pinterest that you can craft and i was wondering if there was a video tutorial on it on how to do them?, and where you can get the fabric from? Thank you.

    1. Hi. Check out the post that created what you want to recreate. There is a website address and possibly an email address to the guest. Thanks for stopping by.

  2. Loved looking through this ~ those were the days :) great post!


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