This is the entrance fence at the park. I like it. The city decorates our park with donated decorations. Some little meanies tear them down. Kids get a job. Or go home and get to bed. :):)
This is some of the things Emma made last year for Christmas while she stayed with me. Popcicle sticks and clothes pin deer. Just some red pompoms , googlie eyes,and a ribbon to hang them.
We used some fleece to make neck scarves also. This is the one Emma made for her mom.
So easy, no sewing. The fleece doesn't fray. You just cut a long strip and cut some fringe pieces at the ends. Everyone who got a scarf loved it. It's nothing for going on the town, but good for everyday.
I have missed having Emma over. She goes to her other grandmother's house....because a girl in her class lives right next door. They are friends, so she would rather play with classmates at times. I will get to have her over during their break from school. We will have to whip up some crafts. Emma is really into drawing, so we may make some cards. Or even a painting.
Wishing everyone a great holiday time. I will try to get a post out tomorrow. Smile today, someone needs to see your happy face. XO
The scarves are a fun craft! I hope you have a beautiful day! I'm all smiles today. Sweet hugs, DianeReplyDelete
Diane, Once we made glasses holders with fleece...just whip stitched them and they wipe the glasses as you take them out. LOL. Blessings to all of your family for a great Christmas. xoxo,SusieDelete
I know what fun you have with Emma. I hope you get to see mre of her soon. Have a Merry Chrismas.ReplyDelete
Debby, I miss her so much. I know she is growing up, it's hard to let go . Blessings to you, xoxo,SusieDelete
Bless you Kris. I wish you all the joy for Christmas that you deserve...and your sweet hubby too. xoxo,SusieDelete
I'm getting closer to the end of my reading. Until 10 years ago my mom would still put things that my sisters and I made in school on the tree. I miss her. If I don't make it back here before Christmas, I hope you and your family have and a safe, fun and wonderful Christmas.ReplyDelete
Boston Boy, Hope you checked out beth's last post. Bless her heart...she is being so strong. I am keeping her in my prayers. I wish you, Arlene, and your loved ones a joyous Christmas . xoxo,SusieDelete
I wish you the same too Deb and I am remembering your sister in my prayers. I wish us all a Healthy New Year. xoxo,SusieDelete
Susie you are so creative! I love the scarf idea. Hope you have a really beautiful Christmas.ReplyDelete
Thank you Kathy, I wish you and Joe a joyous Christmas and a healthy New Year. I am trying my best to stay healthy. I did buy some throat lounges today...ewwwee. I just feel kind of scratchy...but then I do have acid reflux..I sleep on a pile of pillows or at least I try. LOL. Blessings dear friend, xoxo, SusieDelete
oh that is so cool!!! have a wonderful Christmas!!!ReplyDelete
Thank you Laurie, Wishing you and yours the best. xoxo, SusieDelete
I hope you get to spend some time with Emma, soon. I'm sure she loves crafting and spending time with her grandma.ReplyDelete
Wishing you a happy and blessed holiday season
Thank you Patti. I miss my little crafting pal. I had her so much while her mother was fighting breast cancer...that I got quite accustomed to her face. :):) She's my little buddy. I want to wish you and your family a Glorious Christmas filled with love of family and friends. xoxo,SusieDelete
I bet you do miss Emma. You both had so much fun together!ReplyDelete
So glad you'll see her soon.
Merry Christmas Susie!
Thank you for the Christmas wishes. I hope you have a great holiday with your family. Get lots of hugs... those kids are growing way too fast. I sure am hoping to have time with Emma this break. Blessings, xoxo,SusieDelete
Wow, very nice scarf. My granddaughter made me a fleece blanket with the pink cancer sign with the tied edges when I was going through my cancer journey in 2009.ReplyDelete
Wanda, My daughter Liz had breast cancer and I kept Emma lots during that time. I know it is a rough time. I did a lot of movie watching, story telling, drawing, and crafting with Emma. Blessings to you, xoxo,SusieDelete