Even though it's Christmas Eve and you are probably busy with many things to do before the big day tomorrow, let's all grab a nice cup of coffee, tea, cocoa - whatever allows you to sit and relax, to catch your breath - and have a look at these pretty projects in this week's Show & Tell Friday.
I've just finished icing the Festive Cinnamon Scrolls...would you like one, or two, to nibble while we chat?
Rumi bought my 'Honey' stitchery set pattern a little while back so she could make it up for gifts, and she sent me a photo of one of the sets - isn't it beautiful!
I really love those colours and the fabric, Rumi - this set works so well with pretty pastels. :-)
Susan used her caring hands to make a heart block for a dear lady in NZ who has been diagnosed with cancer. She used the applique and rose stitchery part of my 'Love' block from the Shabby Roses quilt...
Bless your kindness, Susan. Your block is truly lovely!
The monsoon is happening and we, up here in the far north of Queensland, are in for more rain than we have had in decades - and it's going to be at least a week before it eases. A wet Christmas indeed, but the concern is that we have enough food supplies in case the roads are cut off (which by the sound of it is a given fact). Today I hit the supermarket once more and stocked up on dry goods, canned goods, and toilet paper. The important things. ;-)
Me E once again had to dig drainage ditches in the back yard so we could move the car to higher ground...
It's not too bad at the moment - the worst is yet to arrive. My prayers to all those North Queensland followers out in the thick of it! May you all be safe and dry, and your family, homes and livestock safe.
God's abundant blessings be upon all of you, wherever you are, as we celebrate the most amazing day in all of history - the birth of our precious Jesus!
I will leave you with a a special felt nativity scene that Blossom made from scraps when she was just 9...
Jenny & family