December 29, 2011


I have been wanting to make a cover for my Bible for quite some time and this is what I came up with. I like the shabby tattered look of the denim. I used recycled and vintage items, ric rac, laces, ribbons, belts, jean pockets and a large shoelace. I like the fact that they are made from old jeans.

My daughter seen mine and I had to create one for her.
and it did not stop there... one for my Mom
and the list goes on.
Now I am selling them.

I am linking up to this sites for a homemade project

The Southern Product Queen

December 25, 2011

Merry Christmas

Having a wonderful quite Christmas day at home. Enjoyed cooking with my daughter and giving my family a simple yet delicious meal.
Guinness Glaze Ham
Garlic Cream Cheese Potatoes
Peppered Corn
Fresh Dinner Rolls
Layered Jello Salad in Champagne Glass
Pecan Pie with Whip Cream
 Christmas table setting by my daughter...simple but sweet and the jello in the champagne glass added a pop of color.

 can not keeping sparking apple cider in my house 2 bottles downed

 ham cooked with Guinness Beer and was so good..
 made the best tasting gravy

 fresh cranberries made by my girl

fresh homemade right out of the oven dinner rolls
simple but oh so good
My youngest boy's favorite..pecan pie
My family

Hope you all are having a wonderful Christmas Day!

December 17, 2011

handmade Ornaments

I am linking up to

for handmade Ornaments.

Here are some ornaments that I made this year for my tree.
These ornament were made using sheet music paper, crepe paper, feathers, doilies, glitter, pipe cleaner and a star.

I also made this star to go with the ornaments

Here is a photo of all the ornaments I have made for my tree
I love the Jute Webbing bows...real easy to make.

December 11, 2011

My Christmas Home Tour

Welcome to my home and I hope that you enjoy my little tour.

    my banner say Jesus and  
that's what it's
 all about!

felted snowmen created by Heide at All Good Wishes

My kitchen is very small so it was hard to get one good photo

My bedroom

My Raggedy Ann doll that my sister made for me 37 Christmases ago.
Thank you for visiting
Merry Christmas!