Archive for the 'holiday' Category



Happy New Year

Published on January 1, 2012

It’s been awhile since I’ve posted, nothing wrong, just busy is all. I wanted to wish you all a Happy New Year and good luck with any resolutions that you may have made. In all honesty I didn’t really make any because I can never seem to keep them! This little picture is of our […]


Another Christy Tomlinson workshop – this time it’s a mini one!

Published on November 29, 2011

I wrote in a previous post that I had found Christy Tomlinson through Scraptime, a blog with videos about what’s new and exciting in the crafting market. Anyway I loved her workshop and got so much out of it that I signed up for this mini one. It’s all about ornaments and Christmas! With her […]


Happy Christmas

Published on December 24, 2010

I wish you all a very Happy Christmas and a very Merry New Year!


Happy Thanksgiving

Published on November 25, 2010

I just wanted to wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving. My husband hung the icicle lights on the outside of the house – it looks so pretty and festive. I was baking some cookies, gingerbread and pumpkin cheesecake – oh the house smells so good with cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg. So I wondered how […]


Happy Christmas and a very merry New Year

Published on December 24, 2009

Happy Christmas and a very merry New Year to you all!


Two (turtle) doves

Published on December 16, 2009

Well it’s been awhile since I’ve posted. I certainly didn’t intend for it to be quite THIS long, but then the holiday months seem to go at sonic speed. Awhile back it was a gray day outside and I saw these doves preening on our back fence. They made me think of the 12 days […]


Happy Halloweenie!

Published on October 31, 2009

Hello all! I just wanted to wish you all a very Happy Halloweenie! The year Greta (our wooden outdoor girl) dressed to great Trick-or-Treaters with a mask and spider (although not a scary spider) hanging from her ponytail. We also tried something new. I got a couple of “funkins” (I think that’s what they’re called) […]