Here is my first project for 2011, took me a while but I did it!!! I think I made it to full and one mistake was not wrapping the foam wreath with ribbon but live and learn:) I’m proud of it, never really crafted before this new blog, oh sure I did the samplers but that’s all I did and maybe painted a few things black. When I saw these though in blogland I really wanted to make one.
Now should I keep it here on the hutch? (BTW the computer in the corner will soon be out of there, Mr. K found a roll top computer desk on Craigslist for $200.00 but got him down to $170.00 and it’s in great condition to boot!) Also took out the snowflake dishes and put them done below after I threw out some fabric that I won’t be using, I guess I did a little organizing today too:) I’m vowing to live the motto of “If you haven’t used or worn it in a year, throw it out or donate”!
Or here above the couch? I had a Christmas wreath there and loved it. I did try to make a book wreath but it didn’t turn out to good, after trying this one though I’ll be giving it another try.
Now here are some pics of the wedding, my two granddaughters were flower girls and Jenn, the bride was so beautiful as was the wedding.
The bride with her matron of honor Magen.
Sydney and Samantha with the bridesmaids.
The back of their hair, sorry for the blur, guess you can tell I didn’t get a camera for Christmas:)
Samantha with my daughter Michele!
Sydney is the oldest granddaughter 9…her and I.
Mr. K with me and the grands♥
We had a wonderful time, we arrived there in Greensboro, North Carolina Dec. 30th and stayed until Jan. 2nd. I’ll share pics of our New Years Eve party soon. BTW the wedding was held on New Years Day and the reception was held at the Magnolia Home Plantation, beautiful place and I didn’t get one pic because I was having to good of time♥
I did get this though Samantha and my granddaughter Alex rockin!
I’m linking up to these par-tay’s
The Shabby Nest
My Romantic Home