Since Wednesdays seem to catch me by surprise every week or so, you can probably imagine how it happened that I woke up yesterday morning and realized that Christmas -- along with all the necessary planning of gifts, mailing cards and presents to far-away relatives, not to mention planning all the activities needed to keep young boys on school holidays out of trouble -- was only seven days away! And in the afternoon, I suddenly recalled that one of my boys' teachers was finishing her term today. I had plans of gift cards, with simple little gift card wallets for all the children's teachers. So I whipped one up - I just enough time from the moment of realization, to the moment of school pickup! Did I take a picture of it? Nope. But here are two other wallets, yet to be sewn together.
I'm linking up with WIP Wednesday, so come on over and check out all the awesomeness!
Merry Christmas to those of you who celebrate it, happy holidays to those of other persuasions, and I hope you all have a great Mayan apocalypse!
Thanks for visiting!
I really love it! Perfect thing to practice FMQ on (and your spirals and stars look great anyway) - great job!ReplyDelete
I love the colorful houses and the gorgeous quilting!ReplyDelete
The tree skirt is phenomenal. I really like it with the blue background instead of white in the original design. All of your little buildings are so cute too. The quilting really adds to the design.ReplyDelete
This is beautiful! I love the variety of buildings you included!ReplyDelete
I LOVE your tree skirt. It's amazing! So cute! And your FMQ looks great!ReplyDelete
I love the onion domes!! Fun fabrics, too. :DReplyDelete
Gorgeous! I love the stars.ReplyDelete
And as a side note, I wanted to let you know that I sent your giveaway package this week and hopefully you will get it before Christmas. Happy Holidays!
Your tree skirt is so beautiful. I love how you personalized itReplyDelete
Amazing tree skirt! I love the silver star quilting. It's just the perfect touch to highlight the wonderful houses and buildings!ReplyDelete
Your tree skirt is beautiful! Love the quilting you have used. And it looks fabulous on the blue background too.ReplyDelete
love your starry night tree skirt - beautiful quilting!ReplyDelete
Your tree skirt is beautiful, I love it!ReplyDelete