November 26, 2014

24 Comments




 


Freebie Friday, (November 28, 2014), Help Us Decide

Hi everyone,

[Update: The Gingerbread Tutorial and Video won. Get it for free here.]

[Update #2: We are going to make the Christmas Stocking Pattern-Tutorial-Video our special Freebie Saturday Bonus, the Teensy-Tiny Snowglobe Instructional PDF and Video our Freebie Sunday bonus, and the Flat Fun Fast Festive Christmas Ornament our Freebie Monday bonus. So be sure to come back each day and snap them up. 

This Friday (November 28th, 2014) we'll have one of the following four pattern/tutorial/Videos available for free from Liberty Jane Clothing. This week we're launching our Holiday Craft Collection - these fun tutorials now come as a downloadable PDF and also include a how-to video. For the first time on Pixie Faire, the videos are downloadable so you can keep them on your computer or tablet and watch them anytime with out an internet connection!

More About Cinnamon Miles and Liberty Jane Clothing Team: Cinnamon is the co-founder of Liberty Jane Clothing and Pixie Faire. She's also the author of several bestselling books on fashion and sewing. 

Help us decide which one of these fun Holiday Craft Collections should be free by voting below. Then come back on Friday to get the free download.

Here is more information about each pattern: 

The Flat, Fun, Fast, Festive Christmas Ornament PDF & Video Tutorial: Is your doll's tree looking rather drab? Do you need a fun, easy-to-mail present for your friends? Or do you just need a new craft project? These little flat ornaments just might fit the bill! This full color step by step craft tutorial PDF walks you through making a beautiful Christmas tree ornament. The instructional video will show you exactly how to do it.

The Teensy-Tiny Snowglobe Instructional PDF & Video Tutorial:  Look no further than your pantry for this craft -- because the main thing you need to make this fun, super tiny snowglobe is a little tiny jar. This full color step by step craft tutorial PDF walks you through making a beautiful snow globe. The instructional video will show you exactly how to do it.

The Doll Sized Christmas Stocking Instructional PDF & Video Tutorial:  Now that everyone is recovering from all that turkey, and the hard-core shoppers are warming up, it's time to bust out the holiday decor. Ready to make your doll her very own Christmas stocking? This one is super fast and easy -- and a great chance to practice a couple of basic embroidery stitches, too. This full color step by step craft tutorial PDF walks you through making a cute doll sized stocking. The instructional video will show you exactly how to do it.

The Miniature Gingerbread House Instructional PDF & Video Tutorial:  Finish out your Christmas decorating by making a gingerbread house! It looks good enough to eat -- but it's really made from modeling clay and puff paint. :D  This full color step by step craft tutorial PDF walks you through making a Ginger Bread House. The instructional video will show you exactly how to do it.

 

 Take a Look At Each Tutorial:

 

We'd love to hear your opinion - which one of these fun tutorials should be free? Leave a comment below with your opinion!

Ps. Remember to check back on Friday to get the free tutorial. We announce it in our newsletter - but you need to also remember to come back to Pixie Faire :)

(Please note, unfortunately our site theme doesn't allow us to reply directly to comments, so if you have a customer support issue, please email us at support@pixiefaire.com)

 

 


24 Comments

Dolley
Dolley

January 04, 2015

A little rationality lifts the quality of the debate here. Thanks for coinuibrtntg!

Elida
Elida

January 03, 2015

Taking the ovwivree, this post is first class

Janet
Janet

November 29, 2014

Thank you for the Ginger Bread House. It looks like it will be a lot of fun to make. I hope I can find the stickers someplace. :)

pat burgess
pat burgess

November 29, 2014

I need the pdf update on the gingerbread house that has pattern pieces

Rita
Rita

November 27, 2014

I have been looking for something to do with three granddaughters who love dolls. The gingerbread house would make a nice addition to their accessories.

Pat
Pat

November 27, 2014

Definitely the gingerbread house.

Susan
Susan

November 27, 2014

I would like to try the gingerhouse and thank you

Marilynne
Marilynne

November 27, 2014

I hope next week’s freebie will be clothing again.
thanks.

Betty
Betty

November 27, 2014

Another vote for the gingerbread house. So cute!!

Lorraine
Lorraine

November 26, 2014

Love all of these. Thanks so much for Freebie Friday Cinnamon. A highlight of the week. Very generous. I’m going for the snowglobe, as my niece would love it!

Dottie
Dottie

November 26, 2014

The gingerbread house looks like it would be a great size for our dollhouse too. Would love to try it and see how it fits. We decorate our dollhouse for Christmas every year with
wreaths, garland, and a Christmas tree with toys under the tree. So this gingerbread house might be a lovely addition. Thank you in advance for whichever pattern wins!

Cynthia
Cynthia

November 26, 2014

We also make gingerbread houses each year out of graham crackers. So I too, voted for the gingerbread house.

janiekaye
janiekaye

November 26, 2014

Oh I love the gingerbread house! Awesome. Thank you so, so much for all of the beautiful patterns and tutorials! You are wonderful!

Cathy
Cathy

November 26, 2014

LOVE the Gingerbread House, but think the teeny tiny snow globe is just adorbs!

Amanda
Amanda

November 26, 2014

Thank you so much for all of the freebies you have provided this year. It’s been a busy year so I have not had much time to try them all let alone the purchased ones I have. But I am discovering that though they look complicated, the patterns go together quite easily. ( Better than the clothing I sewed in High School Sewing classes!) The jeans turned out sew cute! I love crafty things, and miniatures and I love gingerbread houses and gingerbread men so the house gets my vote. My own kitchen has gingerbread men year round. And i even have some miniature versions of some of my full size kitchen decor that work well with 18" Dolls! Thanks again, I can’t wait!

kim
kim

November 26, 2014

the gingerbread house. it’s a tradition at my house to make gingerbread houses for my friends every year and it might be fun to make a doll sized one this year.

Jessica
Jessica

November 26, 2014

thanks for the giveaway! They all look interesting but I finally picked the gingerbread house!

Rita
Rita

November 26, 2014

Well, I told my six-year-old grandson that we’d made a gingerbread house. I didn’t say how big or edible it would be. __

Susan Kluger
Susan Kluger

November 26, 2014

Although all would be wonderful gifts for my granddaughters to give their dolls, I’m going with the gingerbread house since I noticed that the pattern shows soft Fimo which I’ve never tried. Really don’t like trying to soften the regular kind. I would think that some types of cardboard could also be used if painted or if felt or paper were glued to it. Thanks so much for these freebies.

Inga
Inga

November 26, 2014

Always wondered what goes into a snow globe!

Kelly
Kelly

November 26, 2014

I vote for the gingerbread house. It looks absolutely adorable and very realistic too. What a great project for a birthday party or holiday Girl Scout troop activity. It would also make a memorable mother/daughter project. Thanks Cinnamon for whichever project wins. They are all wonderful. Happy Thanksgiving to all!

vicky stine
vicky stine

November 26, 2014

The gingerbread house is the cutest thing I have seen.

Marilyn
Marilyn

November 26, 2014

I’ll go for the stocking as one of the AG dolls for whom I sew will appreciate it. Happy Holidays everyone
Marilyn

Nutmeg
Nutmeg

November 26, 2014

This is such a fun looking craft. I love miniatures and can hardly wait to try it. I’m going to look around for tiny little things to feature, but not just for Christmas. Special interest items of my grandchildren’s would make a lovely filling for a snowglobe that would personalize one for each child. What an ingeneous idea.

Leave a comment