A Fairytale Christmas

It’s hard these days to find anything really fairytale. Everything is all plastic and circuits and stamped Made in China. Less and less kids here see the holidays as magical, and just see presents under the tree. My son’s still really young, but I want to be able to give him that magic. We’ve got a surprise early visit from Santa lined up and there have been tons of bedtime stories about elfs and magic snowmen in the last couple of weeks. I think the best thing I could give him this year is a real belief in magic and I don’t care if that’s corny.

Here are some things that bring the fairytale magic back to the holidays.

The Etsy artists featured in this gift guide are:

IsabellasArt, BabaLaptopbags, PopWall, GulfCoastCottagePDF, ryleesworld, PostingPaper, AshEvans, pewterearth, nightdragon07, FaeRealm, KimsCraftyApple, redfermata, ME2Designs, TerisTreasure, FrivolousCottage, costumerenaissance, somethingwicked, rosecottageboutique2, colleenbang, AmbersHand, BagsSewCute, nutcrackersnmore, TheLinnetsWing, and momwife

Tomorrow’s guide: It’s a Zoo in Here

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Michelle Arndt
    Dec 19, 2009 @ 11:15:57

    Thanks for featuring my Christmas blocks! What a cool assemblage of handmade Christmas gifts! God bless and Merry Christmas…Michelle

    Reply

  2. Kim
    Dec 21, 2009 @ 21:51:36

    What a great post! My kids are so into fairytales and princess right now it’s a bit ridiculous. Thanks for including my ornament and have a great holiday!

    ~Kim

    Reply

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