Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you all.
I’ve been caught up with preparations for the Festivities and (as usual) had little time for anything else! But I made it and here we are on Christmas morning and everything is ready so let the fun begin!
T has just woken up so shortly we will be opening presents and then starting preparations for lunch. Mum and Dad are coming here for lunch today so that will be fun!
The image above is a sock reindeer I made last week, it’s a strange looking creature but I just couldn’t resist it when I saw the kit in a shop.
Anyway I’m still trying (not very successfully) to get back into regular blogging and will continue with that attempt in the New Year, we’ll just have to see how it goes 🙂
Have a lovely Christmas and I wish you all a very happy and healthy New Year.
Happy Holidays to you! I don’t have to go back to work until January 2nd and I cannot begin to tell you how happy I am just to have a break! On Saturday I decided to put up some Christmas decorations and attempt to get myself into the Festive Spirit. I went out to buy a Christmas Tree, I wanted a real one, and I honestly thought that having left it so late I would be able to get one at a reduced price. Wrong! They had sold out! So I bought the only artificial tree I could find and now that it is decorated I think it looks fine in the corner of the living room. The cats don’t seem to mind it either. The first Christmas we had the cats they were about 9 months old and they both completely freaked out when a large decorated tree materialised in the living room and until it was removed they refused to come into the room. Last year we did have a real tree but it was TINY (only about 1 foot tall) and the cats took no notice of it so this year is it in our new dining room. You can probably just about see it in the corner 🙂 Fortunately this year ‘the boys’ are not at all concerned about the tree in the corner, they haven’t attempted to climb it yet but both of them have had a turn at sitting beneath it.
So my big news is that I have completed my A4 Journal which I started in October 2011. As always I did the cover last – I used texture paste in which I embedded some little mirrors, I sewed a big black button on the front to act as a sort of door handle and I used loads of different coloured acrylic paints to give it an ‘aged’ look. The title letters are from a word game – coloured with distress inks and topped with glossy accents. Finally I decorated the wire spine (which I have come to hate) with ribbons. It feels so good to have it completed :-). My 6×6 journal is also just a few pages away from completion and, because a new year is coming up soon, I have made a start on my 2013 Revo-lution book and I will be sharing both with you soon.
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy New Year.