MARY DID YOU KNOW?
It's December, so my favourite carols and Christmas music will feature! This one from Voctave is a recent discovery, but oh my, I do love it. The top soprano is amazing.
So, the desk....
Snowman fabric is being cut up for a couple more dog bandanas, it's going to be teamed with that stripey one. A bright and breezy combo!
There they are, for someone to give out to doggy friends :-D I do like making these!
And these are the ingredients for my next project for a little something for myself, but I haven't got any further than this! Watch this space...but some bunting and writing my Christmas cards may have to take precedence.
The Christmassy feeling started last week for me, not only playing with band but this too:
A little room in the primary school where I used to work which my friend asked me to turn into a grotto for their fair...blimey, I spent some hours in here with kids when I was a TA! Anyway, the first thing was to cover up all the cupboards, resources and general detritus. Luckily I have enough white sheets which get reused for this sort of thing!
And of course you have to change the whiteboard into a festive window - that fabric you gave me from your Mum's worked a treat as some curtains Julia! I added a window frame and Star of Bethlehem after I took this.
And I made a string of bunting to hang up but also cheated like crazy. The door was easy to cover with a roll of backing paper, staple gun and white sparkly tinsel but the stocking was bought from The Range for £1 - you couldn't make it for that! It was about 18" tall as well. I couldn't really take an overview of the room, it's too small but apparently the children enjoyed seeing Father Christmas the following night!
Ok, must crack on with my cards if I'm to beat the last overseas posting date. Have a great week everyone!