Great stuff all. Early Christmas for craftsters!
I received a great stocking from celticgoddess today, here are some pics.
Everything together. We did a medium swap and everything still was spilling out of the stocking.
So, of course I opened this one immediately because Spooky the housecat MUST have her items first.
(Shameless cute cat photos ahead.)
It looks like such a harmless kitty toy, but Spooky is a catnip-fiend!
She chases it down to the carpet and goes crazy. She kept playing until she started to get pissy (10 min or so) and I had to take it away from her. She was overstimulated. Good work, celticgoddess; she loves it.
A closeup of the stocking alone. A wonderful knit stocking, with sparkly, fuzzy black trim, a rust colored ribbon hanger and a black rose adornment. That rose makes a nice hair decoration, too. Thanks.
Ornaments! We have a non-traditional winter holiday that ends up part solstice, part Christmas, part Halloween and part Mexican fiesta. These are perfect! I thought the witch with a red nose was my favorite until I got to the wacky bat, now I can't decide.
A knit kitty, which I requested based on celticgoddess' previous crafts. She sits on my monitor now, warning me it is time to make dinner. Thank you!
A dandy scarf. Let me tell you that as a WY resident, you can NEVER have too many scarves! This one is surprisingly heavy and dense, from a black and a sparkly silver yarn. Love this combination, thank you.
More stuffers, in addition to the pounds of candy you see in the first photo, she sent these chocolate wafer things I've never heard of, but turned out to be my husband's favorite childhood candy. He was pleased to make their reacquaintance and thanks you. There is also a red-flashing strobe skull (YEA!) and a small, lacy snowflake, stiffened so it can hold its own on a tree branch.
Thank you, celticgoddess. It was all marvelous.