Tuesday, 30 November 2010

Christmas Bits

I am finally back in Blog land...... I have been meaning to post something for days but just never seem to get around to it.
Firstly thank you for all the lovely comments about my Flatfold. I have to make the other one yet, I just don't seem to have enough hours in the day to sort everything!
Here is my Christmas Tree I showed you in the last post - now as a 3D card for my mom and dad. I hope they like it.
I also finished the Victorian Christmas Lady a few days ago and mounted it in its little frame. There are many designs with this one that I love, they are Joan Elliot ones. My next Christmas pieces I am currently working on are a letter R and L to put on a Christmas gift bag for the girls.
Lastly I made this Pudsey Bear bookmark the other week for Children in Need. Laura wanted it for college as her form were having a sale to raise money, but in the end they just sold cakes and Laura kept the bookmark for herself!
I haven't touched any of my larger stitching pieces, maybe once I have all these little Christmas pieces sorted I'll get back to them.
Happy stitching
Ginnie x

10 comments:

Lesleyanne said...

Lovely finishes Jayne. Can't wait to see your other xmas stitching.

Shellie said...

All are gorgeous hun Im sure your Mum and Dad will love the card and the victorian lady is gorgeous Still havent found the charts yet but I must have them somewhere in my stash!!!
Stay warm and safe hun
Love and Hugs and Happy Stitching
Shellie xx

Cath said...

Gorgeous finishes . good to see you back XXX

Annette said...

Al your stitches are so beautifull. They are also so lovely finished!!!

Gill - That British Woman said...

your parents will love that card.

Gill in Canada

Sally said...

Lovely finishes Jayne :)

Julie said...

Great finishes. I love your Victorian lady ornament!

Justflo said...

Love the Christmas finishes. The ornament especially appeals.

Always smiling said...

Love the Father Christmas, Welcome back to blog land!

Stitchy wishes

Chris x

Pointed Stitcher said...

Your pieces are lovely. Merry Christmas.