Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Christmas Shabby Shapes!


We have a huge variety of new Shabby Shapes for Christmas and we are so excited to share them with you! In fact, we are so excited, that we want to give some away!


If you aren't familiar with our Shabby Fabrics Exclusive Shabby Shapes, let me catch you up! These little cuties are pre-cut (by a laser!) and pre-fused with an iron-on backing for quick and easy applique work. They are perfect for beginners and quilters of all skill levels and we offer all of our shapes in a range of sizes and colors!

Here is a tutorial on how easy it is to add laser-cut shapes to your next project:

Now, a closer look at some of our newest, and more festive, Shabby Shapes:
 Christmas Shabby Shapes | Shabby Fabrics

 Christmas Shabby Shapes | Shabby Fabrics

 Christmas Shabby Shapes | Shabby Fabrics

We have even more than those, too, including holly, snowmen, reindeer and many more!

GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED:
Head over to Shabby Fabrics and take a look at all of our Christmas Shabby Shapes then come back here and let us know, in the comments, what you would make using your favorite shape (please include your email address so we can contact you if you win)! It can be anything you can think of: a DIY project, a quilt, you name it! We want you to be inspired and creative. The winner will get a pack of their favorite holiday shape! Limit one entry per person but you can also enter once on our Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook for a total of FOUR chances to win! This giveaway will be open until 1 pm PDT on Friday, December 11th and a random winner will be chosen. 

Good Luck!

63 comments:

  1. I would probably get the wreaths or the gingerbread. Thank you for having this giveaway.
    Love,
    Ashley
    creatingpreciousmoments.blogspot.com

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  2. HI,I'd make a new table runner>so attractive with these on it! Thanks for sharing! BLESSED CHRISTMAS ALL ♥
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  3. They are all so cute, it is hard to pick just one. Love the gingerbread people, Santa, the stockings and snowmen. If I had to pick just one, it would be the Gingerbread People. So cute! ! ! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  4. I would make a table runner with the 5 inch trees. Thank you for the generous giveaway and the chance to win.

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  5. I am making an "I spy" quilt for my great grandson and the gingerbread or Santa would be, oh, so cute in a block. sue-mitchell@mmindspring.com

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  6. Oh gosh~ I love all the shapes! The gingerbread people would make some really cute kitchen accessories~towels, hot pads etc and my kitchen needs some cuteness! Thanks for the fun! crazy(dot)boutquilts(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  7. These are so adorable! They would look great on a tree skirt, stockings.. just about anything. I need a new tree skirt, so that's what I would make. Thanks for the giveaway, and Merry Christmas.

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  8. I would use these on the Salvation Army Christmas angel quilts I make

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  9. I would choose the Holly and applique them on top of a scrappy Christmas quilt. They are all darling. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  10. I think I'd choose the trees. Thanks so much. gracieoliverarts@aol.com

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  11. I love the Gingerbread shapes and I think they would make a cutetree skirt possibly but the sky's the limit.

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  12. I sooo need to make a tree skirt!!! The candy canes would look wonderful lined up on a circle skirt. :)
    craftyccain@gmail.com

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  13. I would love to make a modern whole cloth quilt and spread beautiful butterflies on it

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  14. They are all cute. Possibilities of creativity are endless, but right now I'm making little holiday zipper pouches, as well as aprons, for gifts. Would be fun to embellish with your laser cuts, but I'm partial to your new Santa face.

    QuiltShopGal
    www.quiltshopgal.com

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  15. So cute! I would love to make a Christmas wall hanging with a bunch of the holly cutouts arranged into the shape of a wreath.
    jklmengland@windstream.net

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  16. I have several friends who were blessed with grandbabies this year. I'd love to make each of those babies a Christmas bib using the Laser-Cut Gingerbread People - Medium size. I'd use a variety of my Christmas fabrics to make the patchwork bibs, then applique the sweet gingerbread person in the middle! duchick at gmail dot com

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  17. WOW! The XL Snowmen would look great on a long winter wall hanging. I love that the color of the scarfs are not all the same. Thanks for the generous giveaway, Merry, Merry! Toni Anne

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  18. I think the 4' Snowmen would help me make some Grrrrreat dish towels for gifts! Thanks for chance to win your Give-a-way! :)

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  19. Love the ginger bread shapes. Would make a banner. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  20. I adore them all but would love the gingerbread men to make a table topper for my kitchen table. I decorate with gingerbread men for Christmas and they would be perfect for this project.

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  21. Myrna Cruz @ gmail.comDecember 8, 2015 at 8:41 PM

    Well it's so hard to pick just one type of these Shabby Shapes, as they are all so cute. But I would have to choose the medium 3" gingerbread people if I was lucky enough to win.
    Thank you for having this contest and giving us a chance. Myrna Cruz

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  22. Very hard to pick just one but I like the 5" snowmen. I think it would look cute on almost anything so maybe I would make a pillow.

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  23. They are all so beautiful but i choose the gift box and would make table mats for christmas. Thanks for this giveaway

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  24. I'd make a runner using the reindeer shabby shapes and a sleigh.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  25. I think I would have to choose the Ginger People. So many to choose from. This is a fantastic giveaway. I would make a table runner and give as a gift. Thank you for this wonderful giveaway. thislittlepige22@aol.com

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  26. I LOVE the Christmas Presents! Every year I make some kind of ornament for my kids. I would use the presents to make a small fabric gift tag, embroider who it is for and the year and add a ribbon hanger - and tie it to one of their gifts so it's both a gift tag and a handmade ornament.

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  27. Great give away as you can sew for Christmas year around and you may even be ahead of the game of making gifts for those special people on your list.

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  28. I am making a mantle scarf with stockings (gift), but the Shabby Shapes would be wonderful on a 'me designed' scarf for me - I would like to make it with a variety of shapes this time!

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  29. I love all of the Christmas trees. They would be ideal for the tree skirt I am going to make. Yes, I'm late.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  30. I would love the snowman to make a childs quilt. Thanks for the chance. sru60@aol.com

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  31. I am loving the gingerbread mean. I would make Xmas ornaments x
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  32. So many beautiful pieces to choose from, I would like to make some stockings using the small ornaments, with a touch of holly and berries. Great and thoughtful giveaway. borcherp@yahoo.com

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  33. All the shapes are cute and I could use most of them, if not on clothing, I would definitely be decorating some towels, table coverings, or even a tree skirt. lnmm@outlook.com

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  34. Oh my, they are beautiful. There are so many uses for them. I would love to make a tree skirt using the ornaments.

    Chris Gibbons gibbyc57@yahoo.com

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  35. Pillows for my grandchildren!
    azzuri9@aol.com

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  36. I would make a tablerunner with the bells, Christmas trees, gifts, holly and ornaments. I'd make a second tablerunner using the wreaths, snowmen, and stockings. I can't wait.

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  37. I would use the large reindeer for stockings! Obviously one would need a little red nose! So cute!!!

    Sue H susiefloozie (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  38. I love the Santa Claus! I would make a tote to use during the holidays.

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  39. I would use the Santa Claus to make a Christmas Quilt for my sofa. I don't have one yet and they are just too cute. kml7559@gmail.com

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  40. I would use the Santa to make a Christmas stocking. alm@alum.bu.edu So hard to choose all so cute.

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  41. I love them all, especially the stockings, Santas and ornaments. I think a new, much needed tree skirt might be in my future. Thanks for the generous give away.
    lindaw1010@hotmail.com

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  42. I would love to win some of these cute Christmas shapes and make an advent calendar!

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  43. I would choose the Snowmen as my favorite. I love anything with snowmen. I am not sure what I would make, but probably a quilt.

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  44. The snowmen! I have a friend who collects snowmen so a small wilt for her. It would be fun to adorn aprons with the shapes as well. Thank you

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  45. All of them are so cute. But I especially like the candy canes. I would put them on a kitchen towel and give away. Thank you and I hope I win one!

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  46. I Love Love Love your new Santa Heads! Soooooo cute :) Thanks for the chance to win
    Debby E
    samtaylorcjsmimi at yahoo dot com

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  47. I like all the ornaments and trees and would like to make a wall hanging, to be a lasting memory from me to my daughter. Love all your videos Miss Shabby :)

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  48. I'd make Christmas pillow covers with the holly Shabby Shapes. Thanks for the giveaway! patchandjenni at juno dot com

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  49. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.netDecember 9, 2015 at 10:51 AM

    I would like to make some Christmas mug rugs for me and for gifts.

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  50. I love all of them - but if I have to choose favorites it would be the Santa and the snowmen. They would look fantastic made into a tablerunner. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  51. I would make a holiday table runner!
    beth(dot)sebastian(at)gmail(dot)com

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  52. I love all the shapes...but my favorite are the gingerbread or the snowmen. Both would look cute on matching aprons for my daughter and her two little girls.

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  53. Love your selection of shapes! I think I would probably make a comfy quilt for the grand kids when they come over at Christmas time. Thanks!

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  54. Oh my, they are all so cute! I love the Santa and the snowmen. I think I'd appliqué them onto some dishtowels I have. They have a red gingham border and would look so cute with the Santa!
    tstanulis@verizon.net

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  55. I love the Bells..I would make a table runner and add "Silver Bells, Silver Bells It's Christmas Time in the City!" in machine embroidery! Now that would be a fab Table Runner for my Granddaughter for her 1st house!

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  56. I would make a table runner and placements using the snowmen.

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  57. Truthfully I love all of your Christmas die cuts. They are so cute and I love that they have fusible on the back of them already. I don't know that I could pick one of them and so this is my suggestion to you. It would be nice if you could offer an assortment pack of these. What I would really like to do with these diecuts is use them an advent calendar and for that I would need a variety of different shapes. Thank you very much for the giveaway and thank you for the darling things that you create.

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  58. I would make a tree skirt with the reindeer then again maybe the candy canes

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  59. oh, they are all adorable, and already fusible!!! I would like to make a tree skirt with the ornaments, or a wall hanging with all of them, or a table runner with them. Just love them.

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  60. really like the Christmas Stockings
    gandn74@ymail.com

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  61. I like the Christmas presents. I believe that I would make a Christmas Tree skirt to give as a gift to my nephew who recently got married.
    Sue W., scraftyme@comcast.net

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  62. Oh my gosh, I love the small Gingerbread People! I'd love to just make them for ornaments on my Christmas tree! Thanks and God bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol.com

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  63. They are all so adorable. I would use the snowmen on a table topper along with the holly leaves. I made the Christmas BOM with the fusible laser cut shapes and love it.
    brendakowalski@sbcglobal.net

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