This morning I made the last piece to go with Patsy’s Christmas ensemble, the tights. I don’t know why, but they are always the last thing I make. We even had time for our photo shoot! Afterwards, she wanted to go up on the shelf to visit with the other three girls who are all dressed up in their Christmas dresses. They look so cute together in a group, don’t they? This is the largest this group of models will get before the Christmas ensembles start going into new closets to dress other little girls for the holidays. (I always take the photos of the ensembles without their sweaters on last, so that is why no one is wearing one, just in case you were wondering where the sweaters had gone off to.)
I managed to find the bright red organza ribbon at Hobby Lobby to accent the waistline of Patsy’s dress. While I was there, I (of course) browsed the entire store. They had their Czech glass beads on sale and these little mixed packs of flowers and hearts looked too colorful to pass up, I bought two packs.
It was fun going through the pretty little baubles. I keep my hearts separate from my other beads since I use one with every ensemble, so I separated those out to be put with my other hearts. These are all my new hearts!
One of these hearts was used for Patsy’s bracelet in her new ensemble. Hmm, wonder which one… can you guess? Hint, there’s only one of them.
It was my husband’s birthday on Wednesday, so happy 29th birthday to him…
… just kidding, he’s really not 29, although he wishes he were 29 again! I picked up a pizza, lasagna, and spaghetti/meatballs from a favorite carry out spot for dinner. I know, too much food! I made a chocolate chip cake (from scratch) for his birthday cake. I barely had enough frosting; it wasn’t the best choice to make only a half of a recipe, but it was plenty sweet enough in my opinion.The little beggar is in his favorite spot. Nope, he didn’t get a crumb of cake, although he got a few bits of pizza crust.
Bye for now! Talk to you soon!