Monday, 2 March 2009

Christmas decoration

I was going to show some WIP on the next needle roll today, but there isn't any rofl.
I made the grand total of 2 stitches and fell asleep!

The next day I decided to finish off a Mill Hill Beaded Christmas decoration that I started before Christmas but didn't get around to finishing off. I finished the beading and then backed it with some sticky backed felt. ... I used a roll of doll's house carpet as it's cheaper and a bigger piece so I can cut off just what I need. The girls think I'm mad doing Christmas decorations at this time of year!

Here's a picture of the decoration



Jack's mum, great-gran and two little brothers came for a visit today, so I kept him off school so they could see him. They had lots of cuddles and kisses, and mum fed him his lunch and changed his nappy. She'd only just changed the nappy of her 3 month old baby boy, so it was a BIG difference changing Jack's rofl The baby is sooo cute and little Cole, who's 2yrs old now, is just gorgeous, with beautiful red hair :) Jack's other brother George didn't come as he was at school, which is a shame, as he's 8yrs old and will be sad to have missed seeing his big brother.


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5 comments:

  1. I love the Santa...fantastic!!
    Congrats on your awards and thanks for mine :0)

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  2. Santa is great!

    You, mad? as if LOL

    Congrats on the award and thank you for thinking of me, although i dont pass them on, can't choose only a few.

    How nice for Jacks family to come over and visit.

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  3. Oh Lynn, you know how to make me go all tearful. Thank you. :0)
    Love the little Santa - those Mill Hill kits are a favourite. Glad the visit went well. :0)

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  4. That ornie is great, well done.

    Thank you so much for the award Lynn. How the heck do I choose only eight?

    Glad the visit from Jack's mum and brothers went well.

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