1. Decorate my house for Christmas (including hanging outdoor Christmas lights like the independent woman I am).
2. Sew new ruffle garlands for my Christmas tree BEFORE decorating my house for Christmas. I’m crossing my fingers I threw last year’s ruffles in a box of Christmas decorations, but I think I remember telling myself I’d just make fresh ones this year. Stupid 2011 version of myself!
3. Eat and EAT and EAT.
4. Have a birthday. Eat some birthday cake.
5. Take a mini-trip to visit long lost friends.
6. Finish a quilt, then start and finish at least one more.
7. Design/print/possibly sew/stuff/address/mail Christmas cards. (PS- If you would like one of these Christmas cards, please be sure to send me your address!)
8. Make my Christmas presents. And try my hardest not to wrap them on Christmas Eve like I’ve done the past TWO Christmases. (organized planner FAIL)
9. Drink at least one cup of hot chocolate. With marshmallows.
10. Snuggle with Mr. Right next to a fire and watch a Christmas movie.
11. Spend quality time with family.
12. Relax. Like, REALLY relax for a change.
Thanks to my sweet customers who are so good at sending me pictures of my prints displayed in their homes! You all know how to make a girl feel good!
My friend Chelsea displaying her ruffle pillow, and her Adventure and Sunshine prints.
Alli… one of my most faithful customers, showing off her Thankful print along with my fall free printable…
Alli ordered a custom print of the verses she read at her wedding (1 Corinthians 13).
Kelly ordered a few prints, including my favorite verse that’s up in her office…
And my free printable that’s up in her friend’s office.
Thanks to everybody who has been such a huge support these past three months. If I could give you each a hug in person, I totally would. But instead, I’ll just send a hearty thank you.
A little shop talk – don’t forget that I’ve got hand-sewn Christmas cards listed. I’m only taking a few orders, and I won’t take orders on hand-sewn cards after November 15, so if it’s something you’ve got your eye on, be sure to place your order while there’s still time! Because the cards are very labor-intensive to make, please allow three weeks for me to professionally print the cards and then sew each one. Obviously the smaller the order, the faster you will receive them.
I am hoping to also add some Christmas photo cards to the shop – where you can purchase a design, I’ll drop your photo into the card, and then send you the high-res file for you to print at your local photo store. Or, for an extra cost I will happily print them professionally for you and include envelopes. As soon as I have them listed I will be sure to let you know.
PS–My goal for Saturday is to finish TWO new baby quilts! I can’t wait to post pictures of the new lovelies!