Looks productive and cozy!
Your seed packets are precious! As is your puppy.
Oooooh, what's the pinup girl going to be when it's finished? A blanket for Jiggs?Bwahahaha
Darla, cozy days like this make me wish we had a fireplace.ThreeC, poor Jiggy. Last week at the groomers they cut him waaaaay too short for my liking. Thankfully it'll grow out fast.Buzz, hehehe. I'm not sure yet. I've still got three more to embroider....maybe I'll stretch them over a frame and hang them up on the wall.
Yowza! And I thought embroidery was boring...
Dang, I'm trying to imagine what you'd come up with if you had to deal with a whole winter of snow.
It would be scary Shamy.
Lovely crafts, all!
I love the pin up girl! You have the BEST embroidery! We need instructions on making the seed packets...love them.....i just bought some packets from ETSY from this lady and LOVE them: 5dollarfrenchchic
Your indoor day looks so warm and inviting. But then again, you were only staying in from the rain instead of snow, like some of us Northerners :)
What an interesting collection.My reactions, in order:1. Cuuuute, didn't know she cropped too!!!!! Love the li'l papers 'n things!2. Licked my lips and wished my birffday was comin' up so I could request a present.... Almost stopped right there.3. Awwwwwww - such a cute pup.Howdy Dani, I've been away too long. But how am I going to sleep tonight with that embroidery image in my mind??? Palpitations...
MS, there's always the Easter Bunny. Not sure how he feels about delivering 1950s pinup embroidery girls though.
HahahaI better see if the Easter Bunny would consider it. Perhaps using the same bribery techniques my children try to use with the Tooth Fairy.
Love the pin up embroidery!
Our dogs certainly look innocent when they sleep don't they?
Yep, little angels.
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