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November 16, 2013

hello Saturday

Little Christmas Scenes in a Jello Mold

Yes, I know it's already 1:00 o'clock but in my defense, I was up at 6:00 a.m. putting my house back in order after last nights Christmas Makerie.  These little Christmas forest tins are one of the crafts we made.


It was such a lovely, dreary morning that I crawled back into bed and fell asleep for a couple more hours and am debating whether or not I will get out of my pajamas today.


I can't remember the last time I had a lazy Saturday morning like this and it feels pretty darn good.


I still have to put away the beverage dispensers and wash out the large coffee pot but for the most part the house shows no evidence of our little soiree. 


Of course, that doesn't include my craft studio which still resembles a war zone to some extent but there is door that can be closed until I feel like tackling the sorting of beads and buttons and lace and ribbon.  I think I will pull a little Scarlett O'Hara and say, "Tomorrow is another day", on that one. (Or maybe even the day after that.)


I finished my gallery wall and will be taking some pictures of the living room to share with you this week.  I am completely happy with that room (okay 99%, because when is a woman every perfectly happy with a room) and ready to move onto the dining room.  I made a few changes in the kitchen that I can't wait to share, as well.

So, hello Saturday...I think I'll start a fire in the fireplace, brew myself a cup of tea and just coast on through to Sunday.

xo, Patty

13 comments:

  1. If you are starting a fire and brewing tea, I am wishing I had brought jammies, and was still there. You, amazing woman, are the Master of the Makerie. Perfectly perfect.

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  2. Good for you. I had a jammie day too, and now my hubby and I are off for dinner & a little Anthro. Christmas shopping an hour north.

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  3. Those things are just adorable and I think you deserve a lazy Saturday! Everyone does now and then...even a lazy Sunday works, too! ;)

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  4. Those are delightful and would be a fun project for any age. I love them. Deb

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  5. Those are SO cute! I wish I could have joined in....what fun that must have been. You just stay in your jammies...you deserve it.

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  6. Oh those are just lovely - it sounds like you followed your makerie with the perfect day - wonderful to be able to appreciate things like this x Jane

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  7. I had a wonderful time at your Makerie..thank you!!!!

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  8. Oh, I wish I lived close by and could join you. I love your cute little creations. I don't know how you come up with them all. You have creativity bursting out in every direction. I hope you stayed in your pajamas. I reserve weekends for "not going out anywhere and do whatever I want."
    Brenda

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  9. Hi Patty,
    I had a great time last night! I am sure that we all did! So much laughter, and, good food!!! I loved the two projects we did, and have them sitting out to admire!
    I hope you enjoyed a very nice and relaxing day! You sure deserved it!
    xo Kris

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  10. That sounds like a great evening and a perfect morning to recover. I think in that situation that a jammy day is always in order!

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  11. What cuties! They just make me smile. Enjoy your weekend.

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  12. You're so clever at making things, Patty. Each little decoration seems to tell its own story.

    -Karen

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  13. These are so adorable! I hope you had a great "lazy" day:>)

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