Archive for December, 2008
Piper Ann and Oliver got these really awesome bikes from their grandpa for an early Christmas present.
They rode them in small circles around the garage eventhough it was like 3 degrees outside.
Piper Ann was trying to balance a little makeup bag full of who knows what on the back step and it kept falling off. So, I whipped up this little bag that velcros around the seat.
Now the makeup bag doesn’t fall off when she makes her hairpin turns!
After the holidays I might try to make one for the front that a baby doll can sit in.
I hope you all have a very wonderful Christmas!
…And mama in her kerchief and I in my cap, Had just settled down for a long winters nap…
My blogless friend Deanna took this Nutcracker…
And turned it into this…
I absolutely love the flower on her hat.
I wanted to title this post…”He had the surgery!, or “The hormones are working” but she’s too cute to use crude humor.
So last week I showed you the beginning stages of Piper Ann’s table. You can completely disregard that. I ended up not liking where it was going and ripped the whole thing apart.
Here is my new and much better finished table. I think it turned out so cute. I know she’s going to love it. Hopefully Modge Podge is pretty durable!
I used 5 different papers and used them as petals for the flowers and on the backs of the chairs and the apron of the chairs.
I used the paper on the apron of the table sort of as a patchwork. I love how it turned out.
Hopefully she will too. Too bad Santa will get all the credit!
Leave me a comment if you want to play along.
Stay tuned for some editing to this post. My friend Deanna made the cutest Nutcracker I have to share with you.
I’m trying for a handmade holiday, but its stressing me out a little bit. We’ll see how far I get with it.
I made a reusable grocery bag for Nathan’s teacher.
I also made this matching pouch.
Hopefully she’ll like it! It sure beats something with wooden apples on it!
…and this is what my living room and dining room look like.
I’m stressing just a smidge!
The child was nestled all snug in his bed, while visions of Toys R Us danced in his head.