The top of her dress is dotted swiss! It's really too cute. The skirt is the last of Diane's cherry fabric stash.
Diane not only sent a doll to Spenser, but an Elmo to Sawyer, who also seems to be attached to Sawyer's hip. It's not photographed because Sawyer was napping with Elmo.
And because Diane is so very thoughtful, she sent my older boys a paper airplane book. I think I should have studied air traffic control. The number of airplanes flying around the house last night and this morning has caused some minor traffic jams. The boys love the book. Carter said that everyone at school has the book. And Jackson said it was the best book ever. (Or maybe it was Mason who said that.) Either way, it's a big hit.
There was a pendant in the box for me. Not made by Diane, but by her husband, Jonathan, who is learning the art of jewelry making. It's lovely. (In fact, move over candy corn pendant, there's a new pendant in town!)
Thank you Diane and Jonathan. We love everything.
I also received a pineapple Smencils Mini Kit from Yvonne, who won it on a giveaway. The blog owner preferred to send it to someone in the states, so Yvonne forfeited her prize to me! Isn't that so darn sweet? Thank you, Yvonne.
(You gotta love a warning on the package that first states "use common sense." I don't think there is enough of that in the world.)
I'm happy to report that all of my projects as of late are made from my stash. It's comforting, yet scary. There's no end in sight.