Wednesday, December 3, 2008

too. much. to. do.

There's the looming craft party at my house on friday, and me just in from out of town with mounds of laundry, no christmas decor up and pumpkins still sitting in the front yard. Ack!

Just pretend this is a really stunningly photographed and inspiring tutorial of some kind.

9 comments:

  1. Oh, what a beatifull and inspiring tutorial! ;)
    (I'm going along!)

    kisses from Brazil!

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  2. wow, lovely tutorial! ;-)

    hehehe, goodluck on your craft party! i'm sure you'll pull it off together in no time.

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  3. Now what kind of felt do I need to use for this? You really should let us pay you! Your tutorial inspired me to also get the pumpkins out of my yard!

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  4. I feel your pain! I need to take a pic of my kiddos for the Christmas cards, make a monkey, make FOUR sets of pajamas, finish our stockings, decorate the bare tree that is standing in the living room, frame a couple of stitcheries and possible make an infant dress. Oh yeah, Thursday is an ornament exchange, next Tues is a baby shower, next Fri is the Polar Express event and next Saturday is our annual holiday feast at our house. Not to mention Chloe is trying to cut her first two teeth. Aahhh!!!!

    Thank you again for your amazing tutorial! You are so creative!!!

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  5. You're funny! Thanks for sharing that GREAT tutorial...and what amazing pictures to go with it!

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  6. Seriously, how do you find the time? You must be super organized! I'm still catching up on lesson plans and grading papers. I love these. They are so cute.

    The above is a modified comment from a previous post of yours...I thought I'd save some time too. So much to do, so little time.

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  7. Oh I can SO relate! What am I even doing reading blogs at this moment?

    I'm a new fan of yours, and have been enjoying your blog very much. I'm super excited about your Molly Monkey pattern and will share photos when I'm finished making one for my three year old's Christmas gift.

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  8. :-) I love y'all! thanks for playing along. Olivia, darling, if you get all that done you will be my hero forever! Jenny, welcome! thanks, can't wait to see it!

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  9. I think you wrote a tutorial without even knowing! Laundry, housework, and pumkins will always be there, so plan a party and enjoy the holiday season. Have a beautiful time and landry rooms have doors for a reason.

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