Friday, December 30, 2011

Another Year Gone By.

WOW what can I say this year has been a full year of crafting. And I'm already looking forward to next years crafting, I have tons of ideas that I'll be working on. I have many things already started for next year. I have only one things to say to all of you out there Have a wonderful New Years Eve and please be careful out there. May all of you be truly blessed through out the next year. I love you all. See ya next year.
Until Later,

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Riding We Go!

Look what Wate got me for Hanukkah he outfitted me to ride with him. Now we can take those long rides he's been wanting to take I'm so excited I can hardly wait to go. 

I can even listen to music while we ride there is a place for my MP3 player. LOVE IT!!!!
Until Later

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Finally finished!!!!!!!

For Hanukkah this year I made K and Ann a sabbath bag filled with toys I made for them to play with when we go to bible study they each have a rag quilt,

                  Two Gnome Homes,
                  Four Gnomes ,
                Boy and Girl Dolls,
               Two Tea Sets with boxes that turn into little tables,
I hope they like them. Hope all of you out there have a great Holiday. 
Until Later, 

Friday, December 2, 2011

Gift Giving and the Holidays

The other day Valondra, the girls and I were at Walmart we walked down the toy section I was looking for a baby doll for the girls. K got all excited and keep saying mine mine. And I will say here and now the toys did look pretty and shiny. With all K's excitement it made me wonder should I be buying her more fancy toys (made in China) instead of making her toys or just have the toys that were her Mom's and Uncle Jim's. After we got home I watched the girls closely to see if they were missing something by not having those fancy toys. 

As you can see I don't think they are missing anything K seem very content to play with junk mail magnets siting in my coffee table that doubles as her toy box. But I still wonder in the back of my mind when I see her cousins who have every fancy toy and techno gizmo you could think of. I so want the girls to enjoy the simpler things in life. By the way I didn't find a baby doll most are alittle odd looking and do to many things not leaving much for the imagination. I really want to get the girls a Waldorf doll but that's more than my budget can afford. If anyone out there in blogland knows of a good pattern or knows how to make them and would like to make one with me I'd love to hear from you. 
My advice to all you is take it easy, keep it simple, don't stress out this holiday make something to give the girls love the hats I make them every year. Hope you all have a good day.
Until Later