Day 1: 4 ceramic tile reindeer coasters, a bracelet w/the same image of Joseph leading Mary on a donkey that I painted for Robin, another bracelet w/lots of different animals, 3 bamboo tile pendants w/a fox, baby sea turtle, and a tiger. And, a BUNCH of extras that include: 4 craft books, a quilling kit, a pattern to make a sheep pillow, a pattern to make a stuffed Spongebob and a pattern to make a stuffed Gary, some other craft patterns, and a craft magazine. Thank you so much Robin! I hope you, and your family like everything I made for you.
Day 2: Peter Cottontail Pendant and beaded hoop earrings. Fabulous!
Day 3: a pair of purple beaded hoop earrings and a beautiful glass bead necklace! You know the saying, "Jewlery is the gift to give, because it will live and live!" He, he!
Day 4: Fabric covered pins! I plan on using these for mixed media crafts.
Day 5: Awesome Jewelry: My favorite is the glass rose earrings.
Day 6: More jewelry! My favorites are the wooden animal necklaces, and the rose ring.
Day 7: Mounds and Almond Joy, which I've already eaten 2 of the Almond Joy
. A Christmas oven mitt and Christmas towel. I ALWAYS need hand towels and oven mitts
. LOTS of earrings! My for absolute favorites are the flower earrings. It's funny, I just told Robin today, that I have a HUGE flower garden every year. I LOVE flowers and earrings! Great combination! 2 packages of Christmas cards w/a rabbit and an owl from National Geographic. I won't be sending these out. I'll be using them for projects.
I really do love everything!
Day 8: More jewelry and a butterfly keychain! The pendants are so cute! And, the keychain is wonderful! I love butterflies!
Day 9: Madonnas!!!! And, a cork keychain, a dragon and 2 bead pendants w/my initials. How clever!
Day 10: This GORGEOUS bead necklace and matching earrings! So fancy!
Day 11: Awesome perler bead Nativity! LOVE IT! It's already on my frig, and will stay there all year round!
Day 12: Salt dough ornaments. My favs of course are the animals! My Christmas tree will be complete, in years to come, when my boys take their ornaments for their own Christmas trees.