Don’t you just love homemade ornaments? They are full of love and memories. The care that goes into making them makes them extra special. I thought I would share a few of my love made, merry memory ornaments. I received this mitten in an ornament exchange from my quilt guild Along with this cute little frosty fellow.
The Santa stocking was made by my beloved neighbor, Pauline. She is my children’s adopted grandmother. So nice to have a grandma across the street, especially when the other grandmas live miles and miles away. This cute Christmas tree also came from my quilt guild. I love it’s primitive look.
I made a bunch of these candy canes one year. The little pocket is good for putting fun treats in.
This year I took part in Chookyblue’s SSCS and here are the lovely ornaments Renee made me. Look at how precious this is. The time she must have put in to make it. I feel so blessed. And this little guy just made me laugh. Isn’t he just too much. I had to share him with everyone that came to visit yesterday. Had to share the joy he brought. Now I’m sharing with you.
Thank you so much Renee! What are some of your favorite homemade ornaments? If you post them let me know so I can come and see. Have a great weekend! Enjoy your holiday festivities. Em