They have style.
They have class.
They have attitude.
I had my own sheet of beheaded Santas, but the file is lost deep in the bowels of my computer.
Luckily for me, Karen at The Graphics Fairy had a sheet of both small and large heads of Old World Santas.
I only needed the small ones, but I have another Christmas craft to use the large ones.
Crafting chenille stem figures has been around for decades.
If you want specific directions, you can go to my Halloween figures here.
I make them in several color combinations.
Mainly because I love to play with chenille stems!
There are greenery stems available during this time of year - I made tiny wreaths for them.
I used silver for the loop at the top.
Where the stem is bent, it forms a tiny silver belt buckle.
Some Santas hold silver jingle bells.
Bending the arms and legs creates a unique expression for each.
This one is saying, "You are not taking this wreath from me!"
Must have been a Black Friday kind of thing.
Some carry little silver scepters - see over to the right?
Santa is jumping with joy - he is one of the lucky ones who get to carry the tiny bottle brush trees.
Folks, it is Sunday - of course there are bottle brush trees!
Group photo - necessary at all holiday events.
How many did I make?
I lost count after 100.
Chucks caught me talking to them.
He said there was something seriously wrong with me.
Hey, THEY listen!
Remember to return tonight - Sunday at 7PM for another Make It Monday. I chose the features from last week so they will show up on my blog. Tamara (Etcetorize) and I love to see what you bring over!
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Share Your Cup Thursday #129