I'm sure my dozens and dozens of readers have been anxiously awaiting this post for months
Well, let me begin with the Tea Wallets I made for my girl friends
|The first person to correctly name all the teas in the picture gets a free tea wallet!|
This tea wallet is "fussy cut" which means I cut the fabric so the pattern lined up exactly. I didn't do this to all the tea wallets I made but I felt the "twall" (or Toile) needed/deserved the "fussy cut."
Here's the Christmas ornament for my book club's ornament exchange
Super cute aprons (I wanted to keep) that I made for my Mom and Mother-in-Law
I made this for the family
but really just for me because Adam and Bennett don't care that much
I made really, really cute aprons for my nieces but I only took pictures of the embroidery on the ties, opps!
This sweet little girl got an ice cream cone for Christmas
My Brother and Sister-in-Law got some (dare i say, awesome) coasters I decoupaged (well only 4 are decoupaged, the other 4 are actually really pretty and normal)
And then actually there were two "paying gigs" that came just after Christmas that I want to share too, bare with me!
The first was for a nursing cover (not pictured) but I did use the scraps from said nursing cover to make an crinkle toy that matched.
|The camping fabric she picked out was really cute and cheerful!|
The second was a project Adam and I worked on together.
Isn't it amazing?! I love it!