It's Christmas Eve and I think I am mostly ready. Mostly means I have a hat to finish knitting and gifts to wrap and groceries to buy....all very doable in the 8 hours I have until we go to church late this afternoon. My fingers and toes are crossed that my parents and uncle can get here from the land of snow. No snow here, just rain. But my new gutters were installed yesterday so I'm okay with the rain. Don't get me wrong - I would rather have snow. But I have gutters and that is an improvement from yesterday.
I beaded and sequined these little ornaments for an ornament swap that Linda invited me to join. Heather, I have so much respect for you and your hearts. Wowzers. That is some fussy sewing. Once I got in to a rhythm, I rather liked that fussy stuff, just to be clear. I sent off 6 little Joy pillows and kept one for myself.
My paperwhites started blooming Monday. That made me smile.
Many of you asked about the big spool of red and white twine. Every time I post a photo with twine in it, the emails start coming. I should have known better so here is the info a little late. It came from Tilda's which Laurie pointed me to a long long time ago. You can get it in blue and white, too. I wish they had green, but no such luck. And the brown paper? I got that at Target - in the gift wrap section. I also use just packaging paper which can be found by the heavy duty tape and boxes.
I think that just about covers everything. I hope you enjoy your holiday, whatever that might be.
Happy Always and Merry Everything!