Thursday, January 26, 2012

Can Not Show You Everything . . .

I have a couple finishes but I can not show you them yet!  Sorry!  Actually they are new designs for Cindy Mae Designs and I will be releasing them in time for The Counted Wishes Festival coming up March 15-21st!

I can show you the first birthday card that I have stitched for the Facebook stitched birthday card and thread exchange that I am a part of.

I can also show you the item I stitched for Karen for the Lizzie Kate exchange.  I was really on the ball getting this one done and in the mail because I knew that I had my new designs to focus on so I make sure they are all done in time for the festival.
I stole the pictures that both these ladies took because I was in such a rush to get them out that I did not take pics!  So thank you ladies!

We had my husband at the doctor this week.  It has been a long time since he has had a good full check up with blood work and all.  His blood sugar has been acting up pretty bad so we knew it was time to get him in!  We will go back in a few weeks to see how things with all the blood work are and go from there.  Not having insurance makes it really hard to keep up like we should with his health and since he has high blood pressure and previous heart attack it is that much more important.  But we have it worked out now so that we can start getting him the care he needs!!!

Here are a couple pics of my son at our Homeschool Co-Op making homemade noodles.  He had a great time and done awesome too!



I will leave you with that for now.  Hope you are all having a wonderful week full of many many blessings!!!
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7 comments:

Rachel S-H said...

What fun for your son! I am impressed!

Those are wonderful finishes!

Lana said...

very cute finishes!!! I love how you finished the card!!!

Karen said...

Ohhhh...homemade noodles. Bet those were good. Thanks again for the exchange. Can't wait to see your new designs.

happy stitching..

Joysze said...

Looking forward to seeing your new designs. Beautiful finishes and your son looks like he was having loads of fun. :D

Kathy Ellen said...

Love that adorable little penguin, and the "Live Simply..." Lizzie Kate design verse is one of my favorites!
Your son looks like he was putting his heart and soul into making those homemade noodles. My grandmother taught us to make them when we were growing up too.

Mangogirl said...

I love that stitching it's so lovely.
Homemade Pasta is just wonderful.

Felicity said...

Lovely