Sunday, November 29, 2009

A Little More Christmas

Finished stitching this little guy. It only took me a year. lol I coffee dyed it and baked it and now I just have to decide what I'm going to do with it.



A little Christmas decorating in the kitchen. The boys bought this tree for me years ago when I didn't and couldn't have one. It's precious to me. I was so excited to put it in my "new" crock this year. I tied homespun around the branches, as I've seen others do on prim blogs and put one little snowman ornament on it.



While I was Christmas decorating, Mike and his girlfriend were carving a pumpkin. Cute, right?


We put a few ornaments on the tree. We're adding them slowly when the cat isn't watching.

Because this is his new favorite place to hang out.

15 comments:

Magaly Guerrero said...

I like everything, but I'm absolutely loving the pumpkin, and the kitty too! They are precious. I haven't stared decorating for the holidays yet, but you sure know how to put a girl in the mood.

Lisa/TheMoonlitStitch said...

We just finished decorating "around the cat" also! Our last cat would always sleep under the tree. Must be a "cat thang"! Love your blog!

Nalamienea said...

What lovely stitchery! It's so so pretty! I only have a couple of weeks left of school, then hopefully after that I'll be able to get down there to see you. :)

Janet said...

Cats and Christmas trees seem to be like magnets! You're getting me in the spirit. I may have to go drag our tree out of the attic.

PS - And that pumpkin is fantastic!!

Willow said...

LOL I know what ya mean bout decorating around your pets ! I swear my dogs get as excited as I do at Christmas lol. I'm lovin that stichery. Would make a cuteeee pillow tuck or frame it up. Oh and that pumpkin .....thats some good carving !
Prim Huggs n Blessins
TJ

Rue said...

I love the little lit-up sheep! So cute!

What is it with animals and trees? My dog used to sleep under the tree too! And she was a huge rotweiller. We tried never to startle her while she was under there, or she'd take the whole thing down!

Pam Aries said...

Your blog is snowing! I love your embroidery. LOVE it..so whimsical. I used t odo a lot of embroidery. Hope you had a great T DAY!

Libbie said...

I love the sheep! It would have taken me 2 years...so I thoought that was prett fast...& that the pumpkin was pretty good! Yiur cat looks perfect there!

Fairy Footprints said...

I love your blog and the creations are great. Love the kitty by the tree how darling.

Have a great week.

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Dawn Gahan said...

Lisa,

Hope you had a wonderful holiday!

Question for ya . . . my sister is a huge primitive collector/crafter. And I'm always looking for gift ideas for her. What is the reason for baking what you coffee-stained? And how do you do it?

Dawn

Lisa said...

Dawn, I do it mostly to lock in the smell of the spices and coffee and it does give it a little darker prim look. Some people bake things until they look almost dirty. I put the oven on about 250 and put the item I'm baking on a pan with aluminum foil and just bake it. You have to keep an eye on it, though. Occasionally things catch on fire. :)

Thanks everyone else, too, for your wonderful comments and holiday wishes.

judie said...

Love the little prim tree. I especially like all these snowflakes. They are piling up on my computer desk! xoxoxo

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Lisa said...

LOL Judie!

Sherrie Nordgren-Sympletymes,Pinkeeps,BoomingAprons said...

OooOOO I DO love the pumpkin!!
Awww Your little prim tree is so full of love... Lisa I love your Prim Whimsical stitcherie!!
Hugs Sherrie