Friday, November 23, 2012

Snow Girl!

Hello Blogging Friends!

Well the Christmas season is now upon us!  I have a bit of a different post for you today.  No stamps used, no ink, no paper!  I hope you don't mind the stamping interruption.

On Thanksgiving Eve our church has an annual auction.  I always try to participate in some way, whether donating or buying.  This year, I donated this cute little Snow Girl.  The pattern is by Sparkle N Spirit.  I used to make a lot of these to sell at craft shows a few years ago and they went like hot cakes.  I must say, it is much more expensive to make one of these cute little things on the spur of the moment.

Materials used:
Body:  Warm & Natural Batting
Dress, Bow & Scarf:  Homespun material
Jacket:  Fleece
Muffs, Jacket Trims & Ear Muffs:  White fleece
Misc:  Trims, moss, snowflake buttons, bells, lace trim, stuffing, buttons, embroidery floss and lots of hot glue
Pattern:  Sparkles N Spirit

I want to take a moment to wish all my blog followers a very Merry Christmas season.  Remember to take time to slow down and enjoy it.  The gifts aren't that important, but spending quality time with your family is.

Thank you for stopping by,
Blessings until next time...


  1. I had to get my jaw off the keyboard before I could type this! Wow, this is the most adorable thing Athina!!!!

  2. Oh Athina, you just melted my heart!!!. She is SO CUTE!!!. WOW you have incredible skills. Not only your cards are beautiful but your sewing as well. I don't sew or cook... my only hobby is with paper. Have a wonderful holiday season you too!!!

  3. How cute is this sweet! Awesome crafting skills you possess!


  4. She is a sweetheart!!! No wonder they sold like hotcakes. I'm sure whoever won it, will love it!!!

  5. Wow! She's adorable! What a great gift it will be to someone.

  6. So adorable! I haven't done any sewing craft projects in a loooong time!

  7. This is sooooo cute! I can see why they sold like hotcakes! You have such a talent! Sewing is on my list of things to learn :) I just have to get over my morbid fear of sewing my finger to my project - LOL!


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