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'Tis the season for a Christmas blog hop! My crafty friends have been busy in their workshops, creating some fabulous holiday inspiration just for you! So grab some cocoa and let's get this sled rolling!

I had recently purchased a big lot of old baby shoes and decided to make a little Christmas scene!

You can use all kinds of things for these and they're perfect for old scraps or little bits and bobs like buttons, baubles, or rusty items. 

My Christmas gal is actually from part of a huge lot of antique doll parts I also got. I set her on top of a sisal tree wrapped with trim. Her shoe is like a sled, filled with little items and doo dads.

I'm definitely making more of these - maybe for Easter or just to start a collection! You can get really elaborate and can use any style for decor or gifts! I'm going to enter her at A Vintage JourneyTTCRD, and TFJB

It's time to hit the snowy trails and hop along to our other blog hop destinations! 

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  1. Great idea with the baby shoes. In turned out fab!

  2. Well, who would have thought to use a baby shoe in this way. Love it!!
    Thanks for joining us at a Vintage Journey

  3. Such a fun creation! I love the vintage doll - she is lovely and such a fun way to use the shoe and other goodies!

  4. How fun is this! I love crafting with my collection of old baby shoes, but I've never thought to do it for Christmas! this is so festive! I love the rustic touches! Thank you for sharing your creativity with us at The Funkie Junkie Boutique blog! Merry Christmas!

  5. Very nice the idea of the baby shoe!🤗

  6. So sweet. I love it! Thanks for joining us for our challenge at the Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog. Hugs from Ginny at Polly's Paper Studio!

  7. Oh this is SO creative and wonderful for the holidays and winter Kathy! Love your repurpose of the vintage baby shoe as a sled for your china doll bust - thank you so much for sharing with us at A Vintage Journey this month! Julia xx

  8. Another enchanting baby shoe - and with such a wintry festive feel. I love it! Thanks for joining us on A Vintage Journey.
    Alison x


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