I had intended to continue my decorating tour long before today, but I'm sure you all understand how plans can go astray. You're all probably sick of looking at Christmas decorations, so I won't go overboard with tons of pictures. Here are a few snippets of what things looked like. Maybe next year I'll be a bit more organized. Hahahaha!
The little quilt is a Jo Morton and I made 2 of them during my "power sewing". The little plate is one I won as a door prize at the party in Calif.
I made this doll quite a few years ago when I was selling crafts in a Christmas boutique.
Karen and I did a swap and my package arrived on Christmas Eve, but it was snowing so hard we didn't go to the mailbox that day(we have cluster boxes at the end of the street), so I didn't get it till we took a walk on Christmas Day.
Oh boy...cute wrapping!
Hmmmm, interesting....some greenery.
And a neat black bowl!
Oh my! Look at these darling little pillows.
And this mat is absolutely gorgeous.
She also included this adorable snowman plate.
And some Quilter's chocolate! What could be better than all of this? And on Christmas day to boot! Thanks Karen for all the goodies. I love them all! You're an awesome swap partner. Oh and one more thing...
I got alot of comments asking what pattern this is. It's called "Five Cent Fairy Garden" from Kim Diehl's book, Simple Blessings. The pattern is on page 83. I actually made 2 of them during my "power sewing". One for me too! ;-)