On the way to visiting my grand-daughter in hospital, I popped into Cardinal Colour Jilly's crop which I was meant to be going to that Saturday. We were supposed to be having a celebration for Sue's birthday as well as our Christmas crop. I was so lucky and was given the most gorgeous Christmas cards and hand made Christmas presents from my lovely friends at the crop.
Aren't they beautiful? What clever friends I've got. But that is only the beginning - just look at these gorgeous presents I was given as well:
The cream box which the red and green bauble is on is from Linda - it contains the most beautiful candles - smelling of cinnamon and Christmas spices. How beautiful it will look on my Christmas table.
The interesting looking Father Christmas is from Jill. He is sitting on top of a lovely wooden box full of fruit jellies and wine gums - yummy yummy.
This one is from Anita a lovely big mug full of goodies, love the gingerbread man with the label 'the Perfect Man'!!
The beautiful green and red Christmas tree bauble has been made by Chris. All that bead work must have taken her a long time.
The cute pink doll behind Chris' bauble has been made by Sue. It is also a tree decoration - it is so delicate and looks nice on the Christmas tree.
This little box is from Lynn - she has made these tree decorations from half walnuts and polymer clay. How clever are these?
They all look sp beautiful on my Christmas tree, thank you very much.
Thank you to all my good friends for all the beautiful presents you have given and made for me. They are absolutely gorgeous and I am very lucky. Thank you, thank you, thank you. xx
I'm no spring chicken but I don't feel that old! I love card making, scrapping, family history, stamp collecting and gardens. I am divorced and have three children and have seven lovely grandchildren so I have lots of great pictures I wish to scrap, lots of lovely things to sew and cards to make.