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My crazy desk calendar says it’s December 3rd. How can that be?? You’d think Thanksgiving would be a tip-off that the holiday season is here, but somehow it always takes me by surprise. Suddenly, my plan for a relatively calm weekend of starting some sewing projects and spending time with visiting family is giving way to a frenzy of holiday lights, Christmas cards and shopping. All fun – don’t get me wrong – I just wish I had a couple more weeks. *sigh*. I was looking around on etsy.com this morning to get some ideas, and did my little check for Monaluna stuff. There’s some super cute new stuff on there! I thought I’d share, in case any of you need some shopping ideas.
Enjoy the weekend!

organic travel blanket and changing pad from Crazy Bag Lady
baby blanket from Able Mable
organic flowerbed peasant dress from Alicia 3218
happy trees onesie and organic burp cloth from Oliver Handmade
organic crayon caddy from Crazy Bag Lady
monaco rag quilt from Sew Susie
zippered wristlet from Wooden 45
market chick onesie and bib from Babiease
organic planner/organizer from Cafe Boulet
galvanized bucket from Brody and Ma
large tote/diaper bag from Leslie Jane
podpillow ipod stand from Dog Named Banjo
organic blanket from Artsy Fartsy Baby
bunting flags from Giggleberry
baby bushka organic softie from Karla Cola
organic burp cloths from Stork and Me
organic baby blanket from Peanut Tree
keychain/wristlet from Little Birds Boutique
plastic bag dispenser from Chelsea’s Lovelys
organic half-apron from Crazy Bag Lady

5 Responses to “december, already? monaluna gift ideas”

  1. I can't believe it's December, either, my weekend is committed to tree-shopping, housecleaning, and gift-sewing.

  2. Mary says:

    Wow, so many lovely projects! I'm working on a quilt for my sister in law with the Monaco prints . . . LOVE them!

  3. Andreas says:

    Aaaah. Get crazy about these cute ideas. Fabric covered buttons are missing ;)

  4. Robyn says:

    Thanks so much for featuring my PodPillow in your gift ideas! I love, love, love your fabric :-) Must find some Taali sheep in my next fabric-buying spree. A-dorable!

  5. monaluna says:

    Hi Robyn – you're welcome! You're PodPillows are A-dorable too! Glad you like the sheep. :)

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