Since my children were young we all loved to make Christmas ornaments together
Once the kids grew I thought I'd be making ornaments with my grandchildren. Well, my grandchildren live in the middle of the South Pacific and in snowy Alaska, but that has not stopped me. This week I got two of the sweetest kits for Reindeer and Owls and have been having such fun making them.
The Reindeer are made of felt, stuffing, buttons, pipe cleaners and tiny bells. I used a bit of glue and some DMC floss for stitching and they turned out so cute.
The Owl's are my favorite.
They, as the Reindeer, came 4 to a pack and took only about 45 minutes to complete.
I've been sewing for years but this is the first time I've seen sticky ric-rac. How easy it was to put these little decorations together. I purchased the kits from Michaels and I want more. Maybe tomorrows sales will have them marked down. If there are any left?
Do I dare go shopping on Christmas Eve?
Now tell me, how can you resist "Reindeer and Owl's" ?
^ I have no idea why that safety pin is in the photo? ^
The pressure is on!
Only one more day to shop for Christmas!
Are you ready? I'm so happy to say,
Just one more thing before I go into "Christmas Eve" mode, I want to show you all, these cute stockings.
While I was in "Pier 1" today I found knit stocking that were so beautiful. I love the animal print fur, but for the kids I may choose white fur? This will be a knitting project this summer, for next Christmas. I can see their mantel all lined up with a stocking for each family member.
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Enjoy your loved ones. Give them all a big hug.
Remember those who can not be with us only with kind thoughts.
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