12 Days of Christmas: Day 6 (goose egg)

12 Day of Christmas: Day 6

The sixth day of Christmas brings six geese-a-laying, or so the song goes. We’re bringing you a different interpretation instead – a colourful, pom pom goose egg to liven up your festive decor.

12 Days of Christmas: Day 6

From 1st – 12th December we’ll release one festive feltie each day, themed around the 12 days of Christmas tune. Each character has been crafted by the delightful Eleanor Dillon from Mint Sherbet (high five to her). You can make them into an epic garland, or hang them individually on your tree. We’re going all-out festive and doing both.

12 Days of Christmas: Day 6

Tell me more…

We’ll reveal a new character on our social media sites and website every morning from 1st-12th December, with a link to get the tutorial and template for each. Hurry though as each one will only be available for 24 hours!

Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Insta, and keep an eye on our website to catch each new character. We’ll also release the tutorials and templates for every feltie in two of our upcoming newsletters, on Friday 15th December (sign up by 11.59pm GMT on Sunday 10th December to receive this) and Friday 22nd December (sign up by 11.59pm GMT on Sunday 17th December to receive this). All you have to do is sign up here by the dates mentioned.

Share your makes with us on social using #molliemakers. Happy crafting x

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Eleanor DillonAbout Eleanor Dillon

Eleanor lives in Surrey with her husband, four-year-old daughter and sausage dog. Eleanor launched Mint Sherbet in 2016 with a passion for creating contemporary and fun children’s decorations. Check out Mint Sherbet’s website, or find the company on Facebook or Insta.

  • half the instructions appear to be missing from the pdf… or is it supposed to look like this?

    • Hannah Carr

      Hi Jenny, thanks for letting us know. There aren’t any instructions missing, we just numbered the points 1,2,3,6,7,8, rather than 1-6. Sorry about that and hope it didn’t cause any inconvenience.