Thank you all for your well wishes.
The three baby dills are feeling much better,
which makes life easier for the momma.
We chose black and white for our Christmas colors this year. I ransacked and subsequently organized [again] my year's supply of fabric, pulling blacks and whites, remembering where I got each piece with fondness. Is that silly, that I have memories attached to folds of fabric? I plan on making these baby dill girls of ours a new black and white frock for Christmas. I'm not entirely sure I'll be able to pull it off, although my other handmade gifts are well under control, so just perhaps, with a bit of Christmas magic it might happen.
Ryan dutifully planted paperwhites and white amaryllis to match the theme with black rocks as the "dirt". Only the first amaryllis to bloom did not follow the color scheme. The nerve that she would show her ruby colors off without scruples. She does look lovely next to the giant pomegranates and le vase des pommes, no?
Have a dillicious and fulfilling [food and otherwise]
Those are the most gorgeous black and white fabrics I've seen. Can't wait to see your girls' dresses. Happy Thanksgiving!ReplyDelete
Can't wait to see your creations! I was wondering if you will share some of your handmade gift ideas...I would love to get going on some but want really useful and beautiful ideas.ReplyDelete
wwager-I won't be posting them here since they are gifts, but email me and I'll let you know what I'm making!ReplyDelete
those fabrics make me feel all warm and fuzzy inside...and I love your green counter tops more than words can say.ReplyDelete
I'm just as curious as wwager about your gift ideas, if you would be so kind as to include me in that email of ideas I'd be overjoyed! You're creations are true works of art.ReplyDelete
looove those fabrics! They're all gorgeous!ReplyDelete
I also love that idea of planting bulbs(?) in rocks. So much more 'chic' than plain dirt!
Great fabrics... Can't wait to see what you're making! I'm preparing for Advent. This week I have my Advent'scalendar Week on my blog... To get in the right mood beforer I we can open the first one on wednesday! With no Thanksgiving over here I have quite some time on my hands!ReplyDelete
So fun! Can't wait to see what you end up doing! Hope you had a nice Thanksgiving.ReplyDelete
I feel the same way about my fabric. It's funny how it holds memories for us even though we have yet to create with it. Magical little buggers hahaha. Glad you and the other kiddos are feeling better. Can't wait to see what you make! Oh, and love the decor - so pretty!ReplyDelete
I totally know where that blanket came from. Want to know a secret? It makes a GREAT backdrop for pics...ReplyDelete