Monthly Archives: January 2016

craft desk tour part 2 ~ drawers

Yesterday, I gave you a tour of my craft desk. Just the top because the post got so long. Today you get to see inside the drawers. This was a good exercise for me because I had to clean them out and straighten them a bit before I could take any pictures. Believe me, they […]

the top of my desk where the crafting happens

In yesterday’s post, I mentioned how I use plastic drawer stacks to store some of the floral embellishments I use on the Christmas shadow boxes. Today I thought I would write the first of a couple of posts to show you how I’m storing all the embellishments I’m currently using. First of all, I’m not […]

Christmas shadow box

I seem to lag a bit when Christmas is over. All that work and excitement, though fun, is tiring. Ever more so as I get older. During January and February I tend to take things easy. I am looking forward to having Older Son and his wife stay over for a few days later this […]

mid century putz houses revisited

Most of my blog readers know how much I love Putz houses, also called little glitter houses. My daughter-in-law loves anything mid century, so I found some mid century little glitter house patterns online and made a few for her. I set the project aside for a bit, until a year ago at Christmas time, […]

Christmas house concert 2015

Another wonderful evening with Nathan George, Mark Stoffel, and Henry Haffner. We had about 60 guests. Thank you to all for attending! My sister Margaret and her husband John and three of their grandchildren came about three hours early and provided those extra helping hands that are needed at the last minute! Our grateful thanks […]