Thursday, 17 December 2015

Traditional or Non-traditional

Happy Thursday everyone!!

Another Christmas make today, it's my DT piece for

As You Like It Challenge

 and we would love to see your Christmas projects featuring your favourite colourway, remember to tell us why though!!

As some of you know I "braved" it and had a table at a local craft fayre last month. My best sellers were my knitted Christmas Puddings that hid a chocolate surprise underneath.
 Nothing more traditional than Christmas pud!! 

I apologise for the photograph, I forgot to take  pictures at home so had to make the use of my mobile phone once the table was set up!!

Some challenges

Not Just Cards December Challenge - Anything Goes
Crafty Boots - Anything Goes
Craft your passion #292 - Anything Goes

I am looking forward to seeing your creations.

Toodles for now xx


brenda said...

Great makes Sarah, fab and inspirational idea.

B x

Squirrel x said...

Darn it (geddit, ha) these are just too cute! Really clever hun, I admire you, they must have been little fiddlers to made but they look absolutely puddintastic. Hugs xx

Unknown said...

Awesome i love these!! Any good at knitting robins?? Lol I'm in love with robins I need one to keep me company :-) I have a little tree Dec one clipped on my tissue box at the mo (and all year round lol)
Hope the craft fayre went well!
Lucy x

Julie B said...

Very clever Sarah, who doesn't love choccies at Christmas!:)

Michelle said...

Oh these are adorable Sarah - these are so clever and look so lovely - Michelle x

Annette said...

Lovely little puddings Sarah, and I like the sound of the chocolates too!!!

Pamellia said...

What a wonderful idea Sarah. Love the goodie cubbies. hugs :)

*Vicki* said...

Now how cute are those!?!! Love your fun idea and I can see why they were selling!! I do love me some chocolates!! :)

Laine said...

Such fabulous, fun and festive creations Sarah.

Karon said...

These are so cute! TFS and Merry Christmas.

Lorraine said...

These look brilliant Sarah...and chocolate underneath too!

Elaine Stark said...

A lovely idea with a choclolate surprise. Elaine

Debs said...

How adorable Sarah - can see why they were a big hit - fabulous!!!
Hope you did well.
Debs xx

Anne said...

They're fabulous Sarah, what a lovely idea

Anne x

Patricia said...

Good morning Sarah, your Christmas Puddings are just brilliant .... love them!
Have great weekend
Patricia xxx

Brenda said...

My word, you are just a multitalented girl! I love these knitted cuties and definitely understand their popularity. Wonderful!

Judith said...

Hi Sarah - these are fab! - such a fun make
Did you check out my blogpost last night! !? X

cotnob said...

These are brilliant Sarah, I'm not surprised that they were best sellers - they would make wonderful stocking fillers.

Carole Pollard said...

Just amazing love and hugs Carole x

MaryH said...

This looks like LOTS of WORK! And so yummy...what a clever idea. Glad you had a good sale too. Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, and hope 2016 brings all that you desire. TFS & Hugs. Enjoy your rides!

Dee's Craft Room said...

Wow, I love your knitted Christmas puds and what a fab idea to hide a chocolate inside. Thank you for sharing your Christmas project with all of us at Crafty Boots Challenges.


Wendy Nicola Jackson said...

Oh my goodness Sarah, those are too cute! What a fab idea and it's no wonder they were a hit at the fayre! Just popping in to wish you a very happy Christmas hun. Hugs, Wends x

Sue said...

fab-u-lous - super cute little puddings and I love the idea of hiding a little sweet treat underneath them - you are really clever.
(Wishing you a lovely time over Christmas Sarah)

Tracey said...

These are so cute Sarah & what a great idea :o)
Wishing you & your family a Very Merry Christmas!

aussie aNNie said...

Beautiful creations Sarah love your idea. We only just got back from vacation and thought I'd have a bit of a play with images. I wasn't going to publish till the new year but accidentally pressed publish instead of draft so here I more though till the 1st January. Have a wonderful Christmas and hugs to you...xx {aNNie}

Peanut said...

Oh my!!! How adorable are these little puddings! Well done, Sarah. LOVE!!!
x Asha