Tuesday, December 21, 2010

A little bit of Christmas!

I haven't done much this week, but got a few things done.
I found a this drawing on a site with stamping art. I thought it would be fun to stitch up.
I want to put in a better frame, but I need to rework it and I may enlarge it and add some words and a background fabric, so I just put it in this frame for now and I can decide what to do with it, for next year.



I found this feather tree in a thrift store. It needed something on it. So, I took my bag of spools and antiqued them, then wound floss around them. Then I made up some yarn balls and a piece of homespun. I couldn't get it done without moki helping, he really likes this tree;)

14 comments:

Jennifer @ Stitchin' Thyme said...

I love the stitchery! Awesome. And the tree is great!

acorn hollow said...

You are amazing at how fast you stitch something up. it would take me a lot longer. Great find on the tree so cute.
Merry Christmas
cathy

moosecraft said...

Love that little tree! Very clever how you made the ornaments!

Jacque. said...

You are so dang creative! Happy Holidays to you and yours!

Libby said...

What a great ornament idea. I have been saving spools with no plan *s*

HomeSpunPrims said...

Very clever ornie idea Debbie!

Cindy said...

What a darling way to decorate the stick tree. It's just too cute.

Linda said...

Stitchery is gorgeous. I love your feather tree!!! What a find! I'm surprised your kitties aren't in the picture playing with it! LOL!

Lori said...

Love the stitchery and the tree. You are so creative!!

primitivebettys said...

Always so creative!

paulette said...

The stitchery is gorgeous!! And the tree (SCORE!!)looks wonderful with all your lovely things..the little quilt that it is sitting on is so sweet too! You have been busy!!
Paulette

Melissa said...

Lovely stitch and the decorating the feather tree like that is so clever!

Merry Christmas, Debbie!

Carrie P. said...

Great stitchery.
Sweet way to decorate the tree.

Rugs and Pugs said...

Love the little quilt under the tree!
Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones ~ furbabies included.
Hugs :)
Lauren