Here are a few pics from celebrations of Christmas Eve and Christmas day. Me and Hubby go to his parents, along with all the family that is here, for Christmas Eve and have a buffet style dinner. Everyone brings something for the feast! On Christmas day we go his parents house for the morning and open gifts from name exchange. We have a breakfast made by our kids! (adult kids!) Then we go back to our house and my kids and their family come and we open gifts to each other. Then we nap!! Then we go back to his parents for Christmas dinner. It is actually the same as Christmas Eve as everyone brings enough for both days. I had a great time all around and got a great chair to sew in and some other things!
This is myfamily.....Steve (hubby), Brian (son in law), Samantha (daughter), Stephanie (daughter), Chad (son in law)
Kassy (granddaughter), Calvin (grandson)
My daughter Samantha is expecting in May!!!
I finally decided to go thru my explorer instead of aol to access my blog. I haven't been able to get in! Yikes!!! I have been shopping and doing Christmas stuff! Here's a few piccies of swaps and my live tree.
Steven got a lovely tree this year!
These are the things I got from Patt Jenks in my Secret Santa swap on GlitterTownDolls. The ornament is so cute and love the hair and beads and frilly snowflake ornaments. Thanks Patt!
This is the wonderful Magi Quilt and little kitty magnet that I got from Pat Brammer on the CRAFT group Christmas swap. Isn't it a great quilt!
I am going to have to take another picture of the wonderful pins I got from Judy. I seem to have got rid of it before downloading to my computer. They are fab and I have already worn them to my Christmas parties we had at my quilt guilds. Fun time last week on Monday and Wednesday. Both were potlucks so lots of great food!
I made these dolls awhile ago for a challenge. The challenge has ended so I can show them to you now. I love Alice in Wonderland and collect Alice items. I had lots of fun making these dolls which will stay in my collection. Alice was made using a Sherry Goshon pattern and the Mad Hatter was adapted from a Phat Phaeries pattern.
I have been busy! Here is a jester I made for a swap. My friend Judy collects clowns and Jesters.
This is a angel that I made for a Christmas swap. The lady collects Angels. She is a funny one being a pattern by Jill Maas. I love Jill's patterns.
This is a mouse ornament I made for ornament exchange at my quilt guild. December is a fun month in both guilds as we have pot lucks. At my other guild I signed up to decorate a table and bring plates and such.