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Cowboy Christmas

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Are you sending out Christmas cards this holiday season??? Well I’ve put together everything you’ll need to know right here! From when to book, how to dress and even WHERE TO ORDER THEM FROM!!!

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Express 1-2 day shipping available! Ask me for details or just click this link and add this to your cart. ---> https://www.etsy.com/listing/565003996/this-listing-is-a-separate-expedited?click_key=258eb942c08d44445781fc1b5569e6b7a33317e3%3A565003996&click_sum=4275dd93&ref=shop_home_active_81&frs=1 This decor belongs to my Country Christmas collection which is for those who love country living, western riding or rustic Christmas decorations! The stirrups, lassos or cowboy boots are all authentic and may differ very slightly as these are often used items which highlight the rustic quality of the design. I love to use beautiful, high quality artificial foliage and glittery accents against rustic items to give the decorations an interesting, beautiful and unique aesthetic that all can appreciate.

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Rustic Christmas tree, rustic Christmas decor, western Christmas, barnwood, plank ceiling, cowboy Christmas tree, basement Christmas, vintage Christmas decor

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Is your Christmas tree up yet? You still have time for one of these great options before the season is over. Photo from Style State. Turn your regular tree into a western Christmas tree with a cowboy hat topper and some rope. Horseshoes and red bandanas make great decor

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While I had the mess of working with the blue jeans I decided to make two more. These will be used as Christmas gifts for our saddle club party. I will get a package of mini candy bars to stuff into the stocking and maybe use tissue in the top to hold it in. Instead of using Christmas fabric I used fabric I had on hand that had images of horses for the toes and heels. I think these are my favorite stockings - the variegated rayon thread really is so pretty and the stitches show up pretty good on these two. I tried, and almost got the horses running level which was a real challenge. Until Later, Lynn Update: Here are the links to all the stocking blog posts. Part 1 Christmas Stocking Fun Part 2 Christmas Stocking Fun Part 2 Part 3 Christmas Stocking Tips Part 4 Denim Jeans Christmas Stockings Part 5 More Stocking Hints And Observations Part 6 Two More Christmas Stockings Part 7 Hanging The Stockings Part 8 More Stockings To Show Part 9 Another Jeans Stocking For The Fireplace Part 10 Pattern

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Decoración navideña ¿ Te gusta decorar en navidad ? para esta fecha tan especial te comparto estas 15 hermosas ideas espectaculares de como decorar en navidad, usando tonalidades especificas como los azules, platas

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The Christmas tree skirt saga continued with a desire for a cowboy-themed tree skirt. The few I found online ranged from $55-$75, and there is no way I would pay that much for something I can make for under $20 and about an hour of my time. This tree skirt required a little sewing, but nothing complicated, since I don't know how to sew very well. It could be hot-glued together instead. Necessary supplies were 1.5 yards fabric (mine, from Hobby Lobby, resembles cow hide); trim (I used leather fringe, also from HobLob); batting (if you want to make it "fluffy"); and some remnant fabric for a backing (I used a quilted fabric): First, I cut all 3 fabrics into circles, then I cut a slit in one side and a circle from the middle: Next, I put the right sides of the 2 fabrics together and put the batting in the middle. I pinned all 3 fabrics together, and then sewed around the middle circle, down one side of the slit, and all around the edges. After that, I turned it inside out (which actually was rightside out) and sewed up the other side of the slit. You can see here that it wasn't perfect by any means: I used a hot glue gun to add the leather fringe. Here's what it looks like under the tree:

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