It was almost a month ago when we launched A Handmade Holiday, our special design collaboration with Cricut and it’s been a thrill discovering the many ways of enhancing our holiday décor with a personal touch.
In this post, we look back at the talented bloggers who opened their doors to share their beautiful creations.
Jessica of Everyday Party Magazine
Jessica of Everyday Party Magazine put together a rustic and charming Christmas cocoa bar, using a red, green, and gold color palette scheme, with touches of black to enhance the whole look.
Katie of Sweet Rose Studio
This glamorous Christmas tablescape was the handiwork of Katie of Sweet Rose Studio. She infused the display with cream accents to emphasize the rich plum, olive, and gold colors of the original theme.
Jen of Jennifer Rizzo
Jen of Jennifer Rizzo created a beautiful Christmas display for her mantel, which was dazzling in plum, gold, and olive hues, with handmade accents in cream.
Mariah of Giggles Galore
Mariah of Giggles Galore composed a sophisticated mantel display with primarily white and silver hues, with the addition of blue and brown accents.
Brooke of Brooklyn Berry Designs
White, silver, and gray tones were the main attractions of Brooke’s holiday centerpiece. This beautiful tree was featured on her blog, Brooklyn Berry Designs.
Yvonne of Stone Gable
Yvonne of Stone Gable decorated two items for A Handmade Holiday. The first is her sophisticated reindeer centerpiece, resplendent in subtle hues affixed against the lush green backdrop of traditional holiday foliage.
Yvonne’s second display for this campaign is her festive Christmas tree bedecked in red and green, with accents of black trimmings, which she created with her Cricut machine.
Angie of Country Chic Cottage
Angie’s holiday centerpiece, as seen on Country Chic Cottage, is the picture of farmhouse charm, with accents in rustic plaid and charming polka dot patterns. The color palette started off with hues of red and silver, to which Angie added vibrant green.
Melaine of My Sweet Savannah
Melaine of My Sweet Savannah created a radiant and welcoming entryway in her home, putting together different elements in understated hues. She added shimmering accents and vinyl decals to give the nook more character and detail.
Lindsay of Artsy-Fartsy Mama
Lindsay of Artsy-Fartsy Mama came up with a timeless theme for her Christmas wreath, one that is nostalgic of the candy shops of old. Peppermint and swirl designs combined with the red and white hues created a sweet result, an eye-catching focal point for any space.
Hats off to you, ladies, for a job well done. Thank you for providing us with boundless design inspiration and we look forward to partnering with you again in the future. From Balsam Hill and Cricut, our heartfelt thanks, and happy holidays!