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Weekend Wrap - 12/6/2010



Since I don't have room for an indoor tree...
...I decorated the tree outside!


Here are the finished product photos for the custom order with attitude I referred to in Thursday's Post.  These are the stitch-outs of the four phrases that were selected from the variety I posted.  They came out very nice, and the phrases add some fun and a whole lot of attitude to the kitchen.


I found this sewing fabric at Joann's and used it to create a unique set of Stay-Put Kitchen Towels.  I will be listing them at the shop this evening.  What a fun gift for an avid crafter!



I still have a lot of sewing left to do from my list (mom's curtains, a Xmas pillow, etc.), but I did get my towel orders done and ready to mail out today.  Plus, we did get all the ornaments and decorations down from my attic and over to mom's to get the tree set up.  We also finished up our Christmas shopping, and even those gifts are wrapped and ready to go!  All in all, a very productive weekend. 

Comments

  1. WOW...busy busy..LOL!! Love the towel..so cute.

    Hugs,
    Regi

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  2. You are so talented. I love the Don't make me poison your food lol.

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  3. You're ahead of me! I love your tree. I did the same thing to our oak tree in the front yard! So festive and fun. The kids love it, too!

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