Thursday, November 3, 2011

What is on your Christmas List?

Look what I got from Button Mad . Aren't they the cutiest lady bugs. They have some awesome buttons and other things also.


Christmas is coming and I have made a list, well a partial one anyway and have ordered some of the items on that list but I still have no clue what to do for some people on my list. How about you? I don't want to spend my time stressing over making homemade for everyone but to buy is expensive. Maybe I should do the bah hum bug and give nothing. I threaten but I just can't bring myself not to give presents to the grand kids. So back to work, an idea will come, soon I hope. What ideas do you have for the little ones under 8? This month is going to go by quickly. On your mark get set go!!

Do you need an idea for a present? I have charm packs from Moda and I am putting all the books and patterns on sale for 35% for the month of November, plus free shipping on orders over $25 here in the states. So take a look at the store, there might be something that you could give to a quilting friend. Thanks for stopping by and for all your comments.

4 comments:

  1. No worries about gifts here, I just send money to those that need it and a box to those that don't...and I have no one under the age of eight...leaves me out but...that being said, I have seen some of the most amazing things come out of your house for those little ones....so I have faith that you will do fantastic things!!!!

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  2. I made 'I spy bags' for the kids in my family a couple years ago. The were a big hit!

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  3. BOOKS!!!!! Books are always great. Not cheap, but, long lasting. I still have books from when I was a kid, and I read them to my boys when they were little, now, I'm waiting until I have grandkids so that I can read them to them.

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  4. Yes, I stress out over this too. I think and ponder and search for just the right gift. We are limiting our gifts this year. We are trying to teach the kids that gifts aren't the important part of Christmas...anyway, I like to make my gifts as much as possible but that can't always happen either. If I think of anything great I'll let you know too. During the meantime, just try to enjoy the season.

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