Sunday, December 6, 2020

Holiday Decorating

December arrived this week and I thought I would have my Santa's completely finished but life has been full of surprises as of late.  I do know it won't happen unless I keep at it. 
The steps to assemble them are not difficult and I used the assembly line method to get things rolling. 

Soon they were stuffed!  I decided since I didn't have my winter stitchery to hang  in the nook I would use my Santa's.  This was the result! 

 They are really cute with the twinkle led lights! Now to get the rest of the decorating finished! But today I'll put in some crosstitches and begin the December chart for the Linen and Threads 2020 mystery sampler. 


14 comments:

  1. that is so pretty - what are the Santa's stuffed with - regular batting or something that smells of Christmas?

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    1. Just regular batting Karen, but what a great thought to stuff with some Christmas scents!

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  2. That is so cute! A great way to hang and display your Santas!

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  3. How sweet and awesome and wow! those Santa's are that you finished and placed in the garland... I love it!!! Thanks for sharing your seasonal prowess and skill at creating them in the first place ;) Kathi

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    1. Thanks Kathi hope that you are getting settled in and can enjoy your holidays

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  4. Wow - what a terrific Santa collection! Beautiful.

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  5. Your Santas look fabulous displayed in the nook with the twinkling lights. So much beautiful stitching you have done in every Santa.

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  6. Now that is a unique way to display the Santas. At least to me, it is different than I have seen before. I have wanted to make the Prairie School Santas for several years. Never have done one.

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    1. It's great to finally have them displayed after all that stitching.

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