Christmas has come and gone. There were so many wonderful happenings around here and having The Dots around added to the excitement!!! I first would like to give a big thank you to my Secret Santa Caro for the beautiful swap goodies. Love the Angel
hanging…she is sweet as can be! A huge thank you to our Elf Chooky for all her hard work on this swap. She coordinates parcels flying all around the world with some help from Santa of course.
Like a lot of families we are one that has traditions that just have to happen each year. One for sure is making gingerbread houses. We first started this when are kids were little and my daughter continued on with her friends in junior high. Now the girls are all grown up, but each year they come to our house to continue the tradition. The Dots were over the top excited, and Papa put together their very own house made out of
These two sweeties were handing out the programs. There’s something about hearing that music that puts me in the holiday spirit!
He was so proud, and we were very proud too!! Such a sweetie pie if I might say so.
I had really gotten behind on customer bindings with the wedding and all. Having the best customers in the world they were all very patient with me, and my final deliveries were on December 23…that was cutting it way closer than I had planned. I did manage to get the house decorated. OK, I whined a bit about doing it, but after all is said and done I sure do love it and plan on leaving it up till
New Years day!! I know I’m crazy, but I sure do love all the sparkle, and when the boys are over here they are good about helping me get all the lights turned on. I used the suitcase we had at our girls wedding for her wedding cards, for our Christmas cards!
Back in November when I went to quilt camp I worked on some jar wraps for our neighbors treats. We filled them with homemade Caramel Corn……ok, quite a bit didn’t make it in the jars. We had to do some sampling for quality control you know!