"The ordinary acts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest."

Thomas Moore

Monday, April 15, 2013

*K* for my Kezzie...


This week's monogram is K, and in our family, K is for Kezzie!

I stitched it on to my Sampler first...
...and then, it was time to stitch it onto something else - something special for my darling daughter, Kezzie!
Remember her wedding in October last year? 
 
Everything was red, black and white...with lots of spots!
I even made the ties for Kezzie's boys from black and white spot fabric...
As I was planning an extra project idea to share with you for *K*, I remembered I still had some of that spotted tie fabric and thought it would be just right in a gift for my girl!
I used the tie fabric as a journal cover, and stitched the *K* in her favourite colours...
 
I know she likes to take notes from Sunday sermons at church, so this will be perfect!
There are so many ways to use the Monograms I share each week.
Maybe you have some ideas you'd like to share?

*K* can be downloaded HERE.

hugs, 
Jenny
xx




10 comments:

  1. Love the journal!! So very pretty and the wedding glimpse is grand. So love what you do with your "letters" and I'm looking forward to seeing the "V"

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  2. What a lovely idea and what a lovely gift for your special daughter!
    Hugs
    Lida

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  3. Love your journal cover and the colours are just perfect. Hugs.....

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  4. Very cute. Such a clever idea.

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  5. Thank you! I've been holding up a round robin so I could have the K and the J. I'll have to invent a T for my friend KTJ. =) It's kaethejean, so I can't leave the T out. I can do it, though it won't be as nice a yours. Love the gift for your daughter and seeing the picture of her and the boys.

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  6. I am sure Kezzie was thrilled with these latest creations.

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  7. That's gorgeous, Kezzie will love it for sure!

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