It's been a busy couple of days here and I'm thoroughly behind in what I should be doing....so....I will simply show you another of the cross stitched ornaments...
You can go HERE to see better pictures!
And....tomorrow (the 15th) is the last day
to take advantage of my Landscape Christmas sale!
Please, get your rest!ReplyDelete
The houses are charming ornaments.
I feel badly that I didn't have my usual amount of links to share this time but thought better I do a post of some nature rather than not bothering. I have one more house to share and then I'll be back to regular 'programming'.Delete
these ornaments are so pretty--nice work--hugs for a great weekend JulieroseReplyDelete
I changed the colours on this one to suit that fact that it's for a wee little girl. At least it will stand out a bit from the ones I made for her brothers.Delete
Lovely. I am so far behind I am chasing myself.ReplyDelete
I like that (being so far behind I'm chasing myself) - a term I had never heard but it's oh so fitting!Delete
Better pictures! I think not. I love yours with the oh-so-precious little pink roof. No doubt where this one is going! I love the quote. Oh so true!ReplyDelete
Yes, you guessed correctly where this one is going!Delete
Love today's quote.ReplyDelete
I liked it too - good words to live by.Delete
Sherry of createology: Such a labor of love on each and every stitched ornament you are creating. I hope Resident Chef is resting his BooBoo. Beautiful Autumn Day Dear…ReplyDelete
Yes, I guess these ornaments were a labor of love. Now just have to hope the grandies don't want to use them as toys because they won't stand up to much play time.Delete
You are so creative, no wonder you may get behind on other stuff. Hope you get that done quickly and get back to creating beautiful and interesting things to share with your blogger friends.ReplyDelete
I must admit I'm a not-fit-to-live-with-person if I don't manage to do at least something creative every day. My list of wanna-do's is very long and I don't suppose I'll live long enough to do even half of them.Delete
Just loving these pretty little ornaments Mary Anne. I hope you're not overdoing things.... remember to take care of you! Hugs Christine xxReplyDelete
I hope the grandies like the ornaments - we'll see.Delete
No worries about me - just life being busy for a few days!
Ah, lovely, a bakery! I LOVE it in pink!ReplyDelete
Had to do one of the ornies that was a bit girlie so pink was 'it'.Delete
So sweet in pink. :)ReplyDelete
Tried to make it a little more feminine than the rest, hopefully it worked.Delete
Oh, Mary Anne! I love how you changed the felt color and added pink in your stitching correspondingly! It looks fabulous! I wanted to make a house with a pink and white roof, but was in doubts. But now I see that it looks so cute!ReplyDelete
We have four 'grandies' and only one of them is a little girl so I HAD to change it up to reflect girlie colours. Glad you like it!Delete