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This is intended to be mainly about my crafting stories, as a personal record of what I do. However, I interpret crafting quite widely, not just paper crafting but other things too. I have a butterfly mind and like to change from one thing to another depending on what I feel like on a given day - knitting, crochet, cross-stitch, cards, baking and several others.

Monday, 20 December 2010

Fingers crossed....

37 kettles of boiling water and an hour of the hair dryer and we have heat.  Just hoping it lasts.  The Christmas tree is up, only 3 cards left to make, the little Christmas village is set up and illuminated, and we are relaxing for a while with a drink, watching Mamma Mia.  The neighbours are out so the volume is nicely turned up.

Still need to make the marzipan and ice the cake and make some more mince pies, but no-one can get here so there is no rush.

Hope everyone has a wonderful Christmas and an even better New Year, with lots of new crafting toys to play with.  Love to all of you.

2 comments:

ShazInOzCardsCalligraphy said...

Hi over over there Maggie in very cold snowland! and pray you do have a super Christmas and lovely time afterwards in your cosy craft room Yay! when it is finished!!I tis is 25C here at lunch time.. mmm think I knowwhich clmimate I would prefer..
Til next time, may God watch over you all,
Shaz in oz.x
PS just did a brayer card post.

MaggieC said...

I think I would like to join you in summertime, Shaz in Oz. We currently have about 10 inches of snow with more forecast for the rest of the week. The temperature has not got up above freezing for what seems to be forever. White Christmas sounds so romantic but it is fine if you have done all your shopping, and can curl up in the warm. But when the heating system keeps breaking down and shops have run out of essentials, even if you can get to them. It is not so good.