I have been trying to decide on what to share and what to wait on. I haven’t been doing a whole lot lately except for sewing. I finally taught myself how to do some simple stitching. I was pretty excited with some of the tags that I made and here are some pictures. I thought they would be so cute sewn on a towel or a ditty bag. What do you think?
If you see something that you are interested in then just e-mail me and I can quote you a price. I had so much fun making them and hope to be making more very soon.
Did I ever show you my dried pumpkins that I found at one of our local pumpkin patches?!? I thought they were neat so I bought five of them for $1.25. They look great with my gourds.
I also had to tell you that my Sweet Autumn Clematis finally started blooming. I absolutely love this clematis. I think that after a few years it will be gorgeous in the entry way through our gate in the backyard.
Can you see the small little white flowers? I first saw this clematis in Amish Country and thought it was beautiful. So…… I asked our local greenhouse to order me a couple and this is what it looks like so far.
Speaking of flowers…. here are the roses that my hubby bought me for Sweetest Day ~ aren’t they beautiful?!
I also had to share with you this picture. Yes, we received Cameron’s school pictures back this morning. Talk about bringing tears to Mommy’s eyes. She showed me the pics and I got tears in my eyes. Talk about melting my heart and instantly realizing that my little boy was growing up before my eyes. I couldn’t believe how grown up he looked. He looked so handsome and of course I was so proud. I have truly enjoyed staying home with him and it has been the best gift ever being able to enjoy his first 3 1/2 years with him. It has been a struggle, but so worth every minute of it. Anyway….. here is the picture.
Isn’t he too stinkin’ handsome?!? Wow, he is growing up. So wish I could hit the pause button, but I know I can’t so I will just continue to enjoy every single minute of every single day.
Until Next Time ~ Blessings, Lisa