Day one: Stenciled napkins
Day two: Tea pocket favours
Day three: Banana muffins
Day four: Edging for crochet face cloth
Day five: Wooden snowman ornament
Day six: Useful tips for embroidery
Day seven: Loop earrings
Day eight: Herbal candle wreath
Day nine: Felt flower hair clips
Day ten: Foil Christmas bells
Day eleven: Using old wrapping paper
Day twelve: Hot glue gun snowflake
Day thirteen: Scented bath salts
Day fourteen: Decorative candles
Day fifteen: Lacy ornaments
Day sixteen: Granny square crochet dishcloth or face cloth
Day seventeen: Decorative gift box
Day eighteen: Coffee stained gift tags
Day nineteen: Plant pokes
Day twenty: Pressed flower key rings
Day twenty one: Ruffled paper gift box
Day twenty two: Embroidered cushion
Day twenty three: Stamped eye glass cover
Day twenty four: Christmas Pavlova
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