TGIF everyone. News flash, its still snowing. Is there any end in site. There was no school today, so I had two of my three grandaughters, Jayden and Adriana, over for the afternoon. Jayden will be turning 9 tomorrow. Yesterday I purchased the pattern, "Fairy In A Jar" from Dawn over at The Feathered Nest. I hope I can do you proud Dawn, will post my finished product as soon as I finish. I would also like to thank her for getting my blog name out. As a newbie, I look forward to the comments. Hope all have a great and safe weekend.
Look what came in the mail today. It's my give-away that I won from Rebecca at Rebecca for Vintage Living. There is my absolutely wonderful necklace. You can't imagine how this looks in person. Also, she included a delightful vintage wall hanging. There are different types of lace and buttons and she backed this with vintage music paper.
When I opened the box this is how it was wrapped. My pics don't do it justice. It's just a work of art. I really didn't want to open it and ruin it. But, knowing what was in there, it took me about five minutes taking my time so as not to rip anything.
Again, sorry for my photo. There is a beautiful white bird and a hang tag, lace of all sorts and buttons.
Rebecca is truly a gifted lady and I am truly a gifted person for having won this.
Talk about being computer illerate. It took me almost a year to figure out where to put this and where to put that, let alone how to get a picture up on the screen. So, to all you computer people, if something looks out of place, most likely it is and I don't know how to either remove it or move it.
My goal for this blog is to either show you some of the crafting that I do or tell you about all the excitement that happens in the everyday life of an almost 62 year old unemployed wife, mother and grandmother of 6.
In my up and coming blogs I will introduce to my family and finished crafts.
I have been married to my high school sweetheart for almost 41 years. I have two wonderful children and 6 positively precious grandchildren. They are my world. I will hope to share my grandmotherly experiences with each of them.