I received the above wonderful goodies before Christmas. Ruffled rickrack and bias tape from Making it Fun. Cadbury Popping Elves from Karyn. A handmade felt brooch from Beki.
I have plans for the trims. We've eaten the elves. The brooch is on my jean jacket.
Carter has been dying for a rock tumbler/polisher. The boy is obsessed with rocks.
Santa brought him a rock tumbler. It. Is. The. Loudest. Thing. On. Earth. Ever.
It sits on our front porch. It is so loud. And it has to run for nearly a month! A month!! Did I mention it is loud? Obviously Santa did not know this about the rock tumbler.
I found this vintage, rhinestone reindeer brooch at the Swap Shop. Free. I love it. It was after Christmas when I got it. I can't wait until next Christmas to wear it. It rocks. And all the rhinestones are intact.
This is Sawyer in a tree in Gettysburg. He loved being in the tree. He was upset when we took him out. (All the kids sat in the tree. Joe was close by so there were no accidents.) The tree is where the Gettysburg Address was delivered.
I found this fat quarter at a non-fabric store on our way to Gettysburg. Very cheap.
I've been teaching Spenser how to curl her tongue.
This was Mason's project from his sick day yesterday. We filled out most of his book. I had the same book when I was a kid and I loved it.