Wednesday, 19 December 2012

Decorate a Bauble/Ornament

Festive Greetings Fellow Taggers - many thanks for all your lovely comments on my submission last week. You are all such a kind lot, I'm sure Santa has you all on his 'Nice List' - *hug*

I have two offerings this week, but not both are by my hand. This first is crocheted by me and decorated with pearl head pins

This second one is a 'scraper foil' style angel and worked on by my wee man whilst off school, poorly, yesterday, (all better now).

Both ornaments are hanging on our tree, which was also decorated by the two of us, on Sunday. 'A team effort' he said, bless him.
Have a wonderful week and a Peaceful, Joy-filled Christmas time. See you here to see your Christmas swap tags and anything else you're going to share over the next two weeks. Love 'n' hugs, Mo xx

11 comments:

  1. Both are lovely, I hope the little man likes seeing his work on the web! x

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  2. Great job on both! My daughter made some of those "scratch" ornaments too.

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  3. They're both brilliant - hope your wee man is feeling better in time for Christmas :o)

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  4. Both pieces are great, but of course, the angel takes the biscuit! Hugs, Valerie

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  5. Great idea to crochet an ornament, and sweet one by your little boy.
    Jane x

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  6. Great idea to use pins on the crochet one; love the colourful angel too, A big WELL DONE! to your son! Jane xx

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  7. Hi Mo thank you so much for the lovely snowflake tag. I love a bit of crochet and your bauble looks fab. Gad to see you are nurturing your sons creativity. I just know you are going to treasure his cute angel ornament. Happy Christmas to you and yours Mo x

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  8. 2 great baubles Mo I love your red crochet one and your little boy should be very proud of his angel she's lovely and very effective!

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  9. Both are so beautiful Mo, they look great on the tree.
    Anni

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  10. Both are lovely. My most treasured decoration is a Christmas Tree cut out from card and covered with glitter that my son made at nursery school over ten years ago.

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