Tabletop Christmas Tree Kit Giveaway!

Hi friends! Today I have a fun DIY and exclusive giveaway for my blog readers! My grandmother had a ceramic tree that she would put out every year and I just loved it so I was so excited to find a seller on ETSY who makes the blank ceramic trees to decorate!

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Creativity happens is also offering 20% off to all of my viewers with the coupon code thefrugalcrafter and just so you know the DIY TreeΒ ships free! While you are at it check out the other fabulous gift ideas they have, from coffee mugs, ornaments, pet dishes and bakeware to beautiful glazed yarn bowls they will have the perfect gift for many on your holiday shopping list!

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Let’s Paint a Ceramic Tree!

My DIY Ceramic Christmas Tree came smooth and ready to paint. Carefully unpack the tree and set aside the lamp part and the plastic bulbs. Protect your work surface with newspaper or a drop cloth. Gather your supplies. You will need:

  • DIY Christmas Tree
  • Acrylic paint (I used Turner Acryl Gouache in Red, Green, Gold, Pearl Green, Pearl White and Green Lame’)
  • Paint brushes: 1″ flats for base coating, 2″ hog fans for dry brushing & 1/2″ hog for accenting with the glittery lame’ paint.
  • Bucket of water for cleaning brushes and a rag for wiping them dry.
  • Glue: Beacon 3-in-1

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Step 1. Paint the base of the tree bright red and the tree dark green.

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I recommend setting the painted ceramics on a piece of waxed paper to dry so they don’t stick.

Step 2. Use a clean fan brush to swipe gold paint on the red base, it will give it a festive, yet rustic look. Use a clean dry fan brush to dry-brush the pearl green paint on the tree branches. Don’t cover it completely, you want some of the darker green to show in the creases and shadows.

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Step 3. Β Repeat the dry-brushing on the tree branches with pearl white paint but do not cover all of the pearl green, you are applying less paint. Think of adding a bit of frost or snow to the tips of the evergreen boughs.

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Step 4. Once the tree and base are dry insert the bulb into the tree base using the attached clip and place the green tree on top. I decided to glue the lightbulbs in on mine because I was afraid of them getting lost but you could also leave them loose and decorate it every year! For the above photo I turned on the tree and turned off the overhead lights, the photo does not do it justice, it is so pretty lit up!

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Would you like to win one of these DIY Christmas Trees? Simply visit Creativity Happens ETSY store and let me know what item she sells that you think would make the most amazing holiday gift and let me know in the comments below. I will pick a winner on November 9th, Good luck! Oh! and if you want to take care of some of your Christmas shopping while you are there be sure to use the coupon code: thefrugalcrafter to save 20% on your order at Creativity Happens. It is so nice to check off a few people on the gift list! Hmmm, my sister would love one of those yarn bowls…

Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

155 Responses

  1. I like the Stoneware Dinnerware Set for a gift.

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  2. I love it! What a neat give-away Lindsay!

    I made one in a ceramics class decades ago and I look forward to unpacking it each Christmas season.

    I glued my little light bulb things in the boughs too, but keep the star topper free. I have a blue one and white one I switch up every once in awhile.

    This would become a beautiful Christmas treasure in any home I’m sure!
    Best of luck to all who enter!

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    • I love the Christmas tree it is beautiful, my idea for a perfect Christmas gift is the ceramic blue/green teal owl. But the knitting yarn bowl is a very close second

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  3. This Christmas tree is too cute! I am also loving her Knitting Ceramic Yarn Bowl. They are just so creative!

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  4. One item – tough choice she has so many great items. I love the plate quotes. Mostly I love the idea of her items. We had a very special woman in our life who used to paint ceramics and gave us something every holiday. She passed away about 10 years ago and I always thought I’d preserve the tradition somehow and haven’t.
    I think if I had to buy one item for myself, I’d get those beautiful ornaments. Just seems like something she would have given us.

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  5. Oh Wow! I absolutely loved the pottery knitting bowls, what a fabulous idea. I’m in the for drawing for the tree, thank you.

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  6. WOW- Creativity Happens has a fantastic store! There were so many great gifts to choose from but the ornaments really caught my eye and everyone can use a NEW ornaments for their tree!

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  7. I love the yarn bowls..crochet of course not knit lol. I really like the yarn dish that’s a cat dish with the feet. And I really love the tree like mugs. I may just snag one of them now! But the trees are my favorite. I still have one that I was given when I was little. I’m missing a few lights but I put it up every year. I’d say it’s probably about 30 years old now.

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  8. PS- Forgot to say I would LOVE to win the tree–THANKS for the chance! Our home doesn’t allow for a large tree so the tabletop one would be so nice!!!

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  9. I think the Christmas ornaments would be Great I have an idea : place them in a bowl of a hurricane lamp glass would look wonderful on the table with a few sprigs of pine branch under them and some lights arranged around them that are battery operated( the lights are battery operated. Would really show them off during daylight and evening hours.
    They tree could be painted with some white on the tips and displayed on a mantle with small packages around the base for a festive look. And of course Red for the base with maybe a few white stars painted to make it look like a Christmas skirt.

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  10. Your emails come from a woman named Hannah Brencher.

    Why? I used to subscribe to her but is she connected to you?

    Sent from my iPad

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    • huh, that is weird? She might be reblogging some of my posts. It is an OK think, it like sharing on social media. Or maybe you get one email with all of the blogs you follow in it?

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  11. The Christmas tree is amazing. I had one as a kid growing up that my mom painted. Brings back so many memories.

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  12. I love this tree, too, Lindsay! I have one I made in the late 70’s, and I made a smaller version for my mom which has now been passed on to our son. It is a lovely addition to Christmas decor, recalling happy days gone by. Thank you for sharing the info for this Etsy seller.

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  13. The yarn bowls are such a neat idea! My mom could definitely use one of those. Her ball of yarn is always “running” away!

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  14. Love the crab coffee mugs! Thanks!

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  15. I love the trees and they would be so much fun to decorate. PLUS, don’t laugh – I learned what the yarn bowl was. I got one at a yard sale and thought it was for plants……..go figure.

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  16. I like the kitchen spoon rest!

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  17. Girl, if this doesn’t take me back to the 80’s this rocks! What a score Lindsay. I would say if your person knits or crochets, def the DIY bowl with the holes to finish how you like it. If the person doesn’t do the painting, what a fun thing to individualize yourself first. I love it all, the doggie bowl, and the teachers mugs wow

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  18. The knitting bowls would be great to hold yarn, but I think the Christmas trees would be a great gift. My grandma has one so they are near and dear to my heart.

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  19. I made one of these trees a long time ago and gave it to my Mother-in-Law. It became her only tree for many years. But, my favorite thing I saw was the yarn bowls with holes for multi yarns.

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  20. There was a lot to choose from, Lindsay! But the first thing that caught my eye were the beautiful tree ornaments, followed by the knitting bowls (and no, I don’t knit). My step mother had a table top Christmas tree that looked like the one you made! But I think she bought it, it wasn’t a kit.

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  21. I gotta say that deep dish pie plate, is absolutely beautiful and would be an amazing Christmas gift!

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  22. I think the yarn cermaic bowl would make the perfect gift for my mom! Thanks so much for sharing this with us.

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  23. OMG whatever would I do with another one!!! We have gramma’s too! lol Seriously though, it’s a great giveaway.

    Heather

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  24. The paint your own yarn bowls are neat. Great for the special knitter in your life and fun to gift, because you can be creative and really personalize it.

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  25. Oh, Wow…my Aunt Katty Kat made me a white tree back in the 80’s and I got to pick out the color of the lights. Yep I still have it… precious memories, Love it! The Blue CRAB mug would be Fabulous especially since I live in Mary land, hee hee Thank YOU Lindsay and Barbara for the 20% discount code, I’ve been looking for a unique mug for a Birthday gift. Have a Fabulous day Everyone!

    ps I don’t want to be entered in the Give Away, thanks Lindsay…Happy Crafty Hugs to YOU!!! Your the Bestest!!!

    pss Barbara if you read this and you need any new ideas how about a unique Watercolor palette or water bucket made out of ceramic? Love your Etsy Shop…lot’s of Beautiful ceramics.

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  26. Awesome Christmas Tree…tfs
    I thought the cat dish would make a great gift…my daughter has two cat so this would be perfect for them and I think it’s cute.

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  27. Wow. My mother had a beautiful white and gold one with all white lights and she put it out every year. Wish I had but not sure what happened to after she passed away. What a great find and how wonderful that we get the chance to win.

    I love the plate that says: Love you to the Moon and Back as me and my daughter say that all the time.

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  28. I love the knitting bowls (which could also be used by a crocheter…namely .. me) with the little feet on them. THEY ARE SO CUTE!!!

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  29. What an awesome site. The yarn bowls are darling. I never thought I needed one but I do now. Thanks for sharing and the coupon.

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  30. I think the ceramic tree ornaments would make a terrific Christmas gift. The ceramic trees would be a great gift idea for children or grandchildren to decorate and give to their Moms or Grandmoms. I love the mugs too!

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  31. Love it my mom made them too! Can you tell me where to get the little lights and star that fit the holes?

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  32. I love the octopus mug!

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  33. I like the yarn holders and the utensil holder for my brushes. Bless you and your family for all that you do.

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  34. I love the Rustic Serving Tray – Ceramic Bowl. So cute! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  35. Yarn bowls are my favorite. I have one of these trees I bought about 30 years ago!!! I get it out every Christmas and light it up. I love the idea of painting your own things. Thanks for sharing.

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  36. Love her mugs, the ceramic ornaments, stoneware and the yarn bowls are AMAZING!!!
    My Meme used to have one of these ceramic Christmas trees and we knew it was almost time for Santa to come when she put it out. We lost her 2 years ago to Cancer. It was quite sudden from diagnosis to the end so I really haven’t been able to process it all even now. The only thing of hers that I requested was her Ceramic Christmas tree but supposedly it got broke when they took it out of the box. I was heartbroken then and it just doesn’t seem like Christmas without that tree. I would love to win this so that I can make memories like that with MY grandchildren.
    Thank you for the chance to have a little piece of my grandmother with me again! I know it won’t be hers but it would represent her and the lovely memories of Christmas’ past.

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  37. Definitely the yarn bowl. Would love to win the tree.

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  38. I liked the coffee/tea mugs!

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  39. Well, WOW! is what I think, LOL!!
    I went to her shop and looked at her stuff & Whoa! What great stuff she makes!!! And the best thing is she is right here in the state I live in! What a great excuse to take a road trip to the beach!! I love her Christmas Ornaments and the Trees but my favorite piece is the small plate with the inscription thanking God for Coffee and Wine. You have to read it, It’s hilarious!!! Her pie plate to bake pies is amazing!!! She says it will actually take less time to bake a pie in her dish than in a glass pan! I’m just blown away. Come Friday, we’re going Christmas shopping there for sure!!! TFS Lindsay, you rock!!
    Big Hugs!!
    Reeah.

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    • Hi Reeah! You are the winner! I am giving your email to Barbara at Creativity Happens and she will contact you for mailing info so watch your inbox!

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  40. What a hard choice, there are so many to choose from. I love the knitting bowls, but I choose the dog bowl. The paw print is adorable. Thank you for the great give away.

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  41. This little tree is a perfect gift for any of our hostessey friends. I have one from eons ago. We light it up on the vanity in the powder room all Christmas Season. It gives of enough “candle light” to get things done and everybody looks better in the mirror by candle light??? If she does not already have a tree in the powder room, she needs this one! ohhhh, the yarn bowl is adorable for me. (hit the save button…I’m a bad elf)

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  42. Definitely the owl utensil holder. I am sure I could find a use for it on my craft table! oh, wait! Did you mean a gift for someone else??! Hmm, love the serving pieces-platters bowls, and the Christmas ornaments are amazing! But I really want one of those trees. A friend made me one years ago and I managed to drop it out of its protective bubble wrap as I was putting it in its box at the end of the Christmas season. I was heartbroken. I didn’t know you could still get them! Thanks for all your lovely ideas.

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  43. I think the Ceramic Christmas Ornaments would be an awesome gift! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  44. The ideal christmas gift for any crafter (or anyone who has things to store) would be the beautiful and multi-purpose owl utensil holder. You could store all kinds of art stuff from brushes to creative scissors. Why stick to kitchen utensils.And on top of that you could even use it as a vase. How versatile!!

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  45. LOVE! My parents have a huge one we put up every year as a kid. I have a small one (I think my mom painted it). She gave it to me about 20 years ago and my kids LOVE it as well. My mom just moved to not only my state but town and I am hoping we can set it up!

    Love the offerings on this sit. Just from the previews I will be checking out their Yarn bowls. My Mom is a major knitter and I have been wanting to get one for her.

    Thanks from a fellow “Maine girl”πŸ™‚

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  46. Oh WoW! I love this. Sooo cool!

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  47. I would love one of the green vintage ceramic trees. My mom had one & when she passed away someone stole it, so we always think of it.

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  48. Wow! I love these trees! My Grammy had one when I was a kid. And I did actually make one so very long ago – poured the slip into the mold and everything!! I have no idea what happened to that one! So, yes ,count me in on your giveaway! I looked on Creativity Happens’ ETSY site and I would have to take a chance on their mystery box!! Now that would really be a surprise gift for someone!! LOL!
    Happy Christmas Crafting!!

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  49. My sweet Mother-in-law made these trees many years ago & has since passed away. I didn’t get one then & love them.
    Everything she makes is so beautiful that it is hard to choose. I think I pick the bakeware for a gift. Brings back sweet memories.

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  50. We had a small one of these years ago when the kids were little! I love the ornaments or the bakewear. Just lovely! Thanks for the chance!

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  51. I think the knitting bowl would make the most amazing gift for my daughter who knits constantly’

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  52. The ceramic tree is incredible! Love the yarn holders too!

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  53. Hi Lindsay I am so happy to be posting here I love the ceramic tree.Brings back many special memories and years ago My Mom made one and I put it out every year She passed away in 1985 I think one of these would be happy in my home. I have made ceramic pieces but not to many for myself. Hugs Bev Thank you for being so sweet and always doing things for others.

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  54. Hello Linday — I would love a chance to win a ceramic Christmas Tree. My Mom once made one in a ceramic class and would put it
    out every Christmas. I have happy memories of this.
    I think those knitting bowls would make great gifts I never saw them
    before.

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  55. Oh , without a doubt my favorite item on her site is the cat yarn bowl. My friend is both a cat lover/owner and a knitter and crocheter. This would be perfect for her.

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  56. I would pick the wide mouth yarn bowl. My girlfriend has one and loves it! It would keep my crocheting project handy hooked & ready. Thanks for the chance!

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  57. As a knitter I am loving the bowls that hold the yarn. I love love the Pottery Knitting Bowl | Knitting | Knitting Bowl | Ceramic and know a friend of mine would love it too.

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  58. Wide mouth yarn bowl is a great gift. My girlfriend has one. It’s handy to keep yarn hooked and ready!

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  59. I really like the stoneware dinnerware set. The color is beautiful.

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  60. I think the Paint Your Own Yarn Bowl would be the perfect holiday gift. Hand decorated for my sweet, dear neighbor who is being so strong in her fight against cancer. Knitting is her craft of choice.

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  61. Cute giveaway.Thanks for the chance to win.

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  62. I would have to say the tree. I remember this from when I was a kid. My only question is, dont these need to be fired to get the sign on them?

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  63. I think that Best Friend Gift | Trinket Dish would make a terrific gift. I sure would love one of the ceramic Christmas Tree kits. Especially as I can no longer do a tree for Christmas. This would be perfect. Edwina Brown

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  64. I love the cat bowl and the tea pot tea bag holders. They would make great gifts for myself! I love the tree, my grandma had one like that and it makes me instantly think of her.

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  65. Oh, my grandmother had one of these green ceramic Christmas trees; it was made by my aunt! I don’t know what happened to it.
    So many pretty items at Creativity Happens etsy! I think the white ceramic Christmas tree with the multi-color lights would make a lovely Christmas gift. Thanks for sharing!

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  66. It’s so cool to find someone who makes these trees still, brings back some good memories! Barbara makes amazing things…I think her whale and octopus mugs would make great gifts for anyone, and her yarn bowls would be awesome for the crafty folks! I’m going to ask hubby for one as a Christmas gift! Thanks for the giveaway Lindsay and for sharing all the projects! 😊

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  67. Love this idea! I’d love to win a tree kit!! Thanks for the opportunity and coupon!

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  68. I have a question… Doesn’t the piece need to be fired again after painting? I would like to do a piece .

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  69. OMG I’ve always wanted one of those trees but no ceramic places around to make one. For a gift choice I think the dog dish is good for a dog owner. Thanks so much for the chance to win this wonderful tree!πŸ˜…

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  70. I would love to win that beautiful tree that u painted well one like it

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  71. My grandma had one of those trees and now I have that tree. I hate to admit it, but I keep it out on display all year. I love the Crazy Cat Lady ceramic dish.

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  72. I love the Owl Utility Holder,

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  73. I Love the Owl Utility Holder

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  74. The ceramic christmas balls are so beautiful. They remind me of malachite and I have friends who love precious stones. These are the green and teal ones.

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  75. This is amazing, thanks so much for sharing, I think this would make a perfect gift at christmas! I also really love the octopus mug over at Creativity Happens, in teal, my favourite colour too!

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  76. They’re all beautiful, and the yarn bowls are so innovative. My Mother used to have a tree something like this & I always loved seeing it every year. I think the best gift would be the Dark Green (Woodland) Ceramic Christmas Ornament. Lovely and unique.

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  77. I love the Yarn Bowls that you can pick your own inside color! And am I the only one who has never seen them with mutiple holes so you can knit with more than one color yarn at a time- How smart is that! I think I’m going to send one to my SIL for Christmas as long as the artist will ship to Canada.

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  78. I just love those coffee mugs…all of them. It’s great that we get a chance to win items from your site often. Thanks for everything you do for us.

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  79. Would love the chance to win a 13″ ceramic Christmas tree.

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  80. There is no question that the finished trees and ornaments would make fantastic gifts

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  81. Creativity Happens is seriously the best! I have one of her owl mugs and I absolutely love it!!!! I would adore one of her trees and I know a lot of people who would love her yarn bowls!

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  82. I would love to get the tree to paint with my kids! My great aunt always had one out (we spent EVERY Christmas at her house) and it’s the only thing I wanted from her house but when her sister did the estate sale she didn’t tell our family and it was sold without us knowing until afterwards. I am a big fan of Barb’s creative genius and could easily buy everything she sells if I had unlimited funds!

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  83. I love all of her items, especially this tree and her green and gold ornaments.

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  84. I LOVE all of her items….MAD talent!! My favorite is the Handmade Ceramic 11″ bowl!!

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  85. I love the teal and green owl she made. Such a great decoration for my room. I’m entering the giveaway.

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  86. 13″ White Vintage Style Ceramic Christmas Tree | Family Tradition | Ceramic Christmas Tree | Handmade<< THIS for me Because My Mom had one that My Aunt Alama made for her in her ceramic Studio , we had a white tree with mullti color lights , I have always wanted one ! That is the Prefect Gift.. Honestly when I saw this I got choked up, My mom would have loved all this crafting online stuff.. I see this tree and it makes me recall a sweet time.. THe Holiday's were her favorite time of the year..

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  87. Oh my goodness! My Mom had one of these ceramic Christmas trees. Now I’m wondering what happened to it when they moved and when my parents passed away. Thanks for the trip down memory lane.

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  88. I like the Ceramic Yarn Bowl “Yes I knit No I am not old”

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  89. I neglected to ask – is it OK to use acrylic paints on the tree? I will be moving in December so an actual full-sized tree will not happen. A table-top tree that evokes sweet memories every year would be a treat. But of course time is an issue this year. I do not want to apply a paint that would need to be removed.

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  90. I think the Ceramic Christmas Ornaments Grab Bag would make the best gift because it would be a unique color blend for the tree.

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  91. Even though I don’t knit or crochet, her yarn holders are super-cute. I love the tree kit, too!

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  92. Wow!This is cool,I didn’t know they made them DIY this is AWESOME. Thanks so much for SHARING.I love this and so would my mama.This is an incredible gift.She has many to choose from.

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  93. i love this green yarn bowl! Yarn bowl ceramic handmade | green teal and purple with white center | Yarn Bowl

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  94. My husband and I went to ceramic classes ( ok, I drug him) right after we got married. I made a Christmas tree and we put it out every year. He passed away in 2010, but every year, when I take it out, I have precious memories of the laughter and fun we had at that class 47 years ago.

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  95. I LOVE the paint your own yarn bowl. So cool!

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  96. I love the yarn bowls….. even more than I hate chasing balls of yarn that roll onto the floor when I’m crocheting!

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  97. I also love the ceramic Christmas ornaments.

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  98. I love the ceramic ornaments as a gift for just about anyone — they are so beautiful. If someone was getting a gift for ME, though, the blue crab mug would be a no brainer. It would fit right into my crab collection!

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  99. Would the acrylic paint chip? What would you seal it with if you had to? thanks. I would love to decorate one for my mother.

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  100. Wow! I have one of these that my gramma made me 30 years ago. Now I know how she did this.
    Thanks for sharing. Kam

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  101. I know a lot of people who would love her beautiful yarn bowls, but I am in love with that octopus mug!

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  102. The yarn bowls are beautiful, I would get the Ceramic Yarn Bowl in yellow for my mother in law!

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  103. The yarn bowls are a winner for me! I know several folks who knit and crochet they are perfect! Love them. Thanks for sharing and the opportunity to win a tree! I love the trees too and collect the ones I find at 2nd hand stores.

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  104. It’s really hard to choose a favorite. Everything in the store is fabulous!! But I’m partial to the mugs, Christmas trees and ornaments πŸ™‚ ~Sophia

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  105. So many cool items. my favorite is the white Ceramic Christmas tree set with white lights–totally droolworthy! LOL

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  106. The ceramic handmade christmas ornaments are just beautiful. The teardrop looking shape is amazing. I would normally have liked the blue best but the blackish greyish one really catches my eye for some reason. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  107. I have a friend who is obsessed with owls so when I saw the owl mug, I immediately thought of her. It would be a great present for her.

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  108. What a cute shop. I found the perfect gift- Teapot Teabag Holder. One look at this and I was immediately reminded of my grandma, who loved to drink tea and used a similar ceramic teabag holder. I have such fond memories of sipping tea together. This would be a perfect gift for my mother because I know it would entice the same memories in mind, which is another gift in itself. Thank you for sharing this Etsy store, and allowing us the opportunity to win this fun DIY tree. I would love to do this project!
    Best regards Lindsay!

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  109. Her Stoneware dinner set would make the most amazing gift for my mother, I’ve already bookmarked it. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  110. Very cute and nostalgic!!! Love it!!!

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  111. I had one of these in ceramic years ago that I painted. Currently have a plastic one. I just love painting these types of items! I hope I win!!πŸ™‚

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  112. I would love to give the ‘but first coffee plate’ to a friend, because it would just make her smile everytime she used it.

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  113. love it my mom use to have one.

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  114. Lovely, something to do with my gran-daughter.

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  115. I love the “Winter Is Coming Knit Faster” Yarn Bowl. The gift would be perfect for me, but hey who says you can’t buy yourself the perfect gift.

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  116. Love the tree, Lindsay. Brings back such wonderful memories. My mother-in-law painted one years ago and every Thanksgiving we go up to upstate NY and she asks me to bring her tree down! I’d pick the tree!

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  117. Awesome tree for a giveaway. Brings back childhood memories. Thank you.

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  118. Too cute! I just love tradition! It makes every family unique!!

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  119. I think the owl mug is the perfect size for a nice steaming of soup

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  120. Aww! My great Aunts took ceramic classes and made these for everyone in the family! It wasn’t Christmas without the ceramic tree! πŸ™‚ I’d love to make my own! I LOVE the yarn bowls in Creativity Happens Etsy store…especially the pink one! AND the whale mugs! So hard to choose! πŸ™‚ Lots of beautiful things! πŸ™‚ Thanks for this opportunity Lindsay!
    BaxtersMommaMarci πŸ™‚

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  121. She makes so many amazing things, but I’m a Christmas ornament gal so I’d choose those (or this tree, I love ceramic Christmas trees)

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  122. Love these Christmas Trees!!!!

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  123. Love this! Somehow I didn’t realize there was a diy version of the tree! I vaguely remember something like that from my childhood too..
    As for the perfect gift, her ceramic mystery box is fantastic! I believe she packs it based on a person’s likes, etc.
    Those mugs though.. my goodness I want an octopus one! Hahaha

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  124. Love your Christmas tree. Thanks for sharing the Etsy site. Sooo many pretty things. My favorite is the blue ocean coffee mug that has a crab on it.

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  125. Wholly cow, so many beautiful items. I love the ceramic yarn bowls. Absolutely stunning.

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  126. I love this tree! I also love the ceramic bakeware. It is so beautiful! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  127. It looks so pretty

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  128. The christmas trees are simply adorable!

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  129. I had one of these, the star on the top was missing and now I have my moms, so funny that they are back again.

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  130. Thanks so much for the link to Creativity happens! Place an order and it arrived so quickly! Very pleased

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  131. Hi Lindsay,
    I love the hand painted zodiac mugs for Cancer, the crabby one. This would make a great gift not only for my husband born under that zodiac sign, but for people from Maryland who love to eat Maryland Blue Crabs that turn orange when steamed! The crab is sort of a Maryland mascot. Great gift!!

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