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How I Store My Handmade Cross Stitch Ornaments

It took me a little while, but I finally found the perfect storage solution to keep my ornaments safe and smelling like Christmas all year long!

I bought this box at Michael’s – if you hurry they might still be available near you. They also had a smaller box in the same style that was pumpkin spice – yummy.

Cinnamon “Cookie” Recipe:
1 cup cinnamon
1 cup applesauce

Add any other spices or seasonings, roll it out & cut it like cookies, bake on LOW heat (~200 degrees fahrenheit) until bone dry

You can use a straw to poke holes in the “cookies” before you bake them and thread some ribbon through them after they’ve dried to make ornaments.

Thanks for watching!


This video is a little bit of a different format than my other videos. First of all, I’m not really in it aside from my hands. I had to do a bit of rearranging – and got rid of my stitchy chair – so I haven’t found a new set up for recording yet.

I do kind of like this though. I have a desk where my chair used to be and I’ve got the camera mounted on the wall to point down. I plan to go back to my regular recording once I’m feeling a bit better, but I might make more videos like this in the future.

What do you guys think? Love it, hate it, don’t care?


3 thoughts on “How I Store My Handmade Cross Stitch Ornaments

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