Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Heavenly

That is best one word description I can give for my Sunday. I was up early but then I always am. I stayed in my pajamas all day long. I did crafty things while sitting on the couch watching Christmas movies. Yeah, that last little bit about the movies surprised me too. I was flipping through the channels looking for something to watch and the Hallmark channel was playing a bunch of Christmas movies. I don't normally like to get in to the season quite so early but I couldn't help myself.

I made a few sets of ornament tags or package decorations or whatever you want to call them.

You can't really tell in the picture but the blue snowflake ones are covered with a white glitter. After I put the glitter on I sprayed them with a clear acrylic to keep the glitter from falling off so much.

Then I made some primitive star bowl fillers.

And that was about it for the day. I wish every day could be like that or at least close.

22 comments:

Golden Woofs! SUGAR said...

Woof!Woof! Mom says wearing your PJ's all day and doing crafty things are the best. LOVE the holiday tags. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

Out on the prairie said...

like the stars, wondered if you used a waxed thread for the button

Christine said...

What a wonderful day crafting such pretty Christmassy decorations!

allotments4you said...

Sounds like a wonderful Sunday Ann. I spent mine curled up with my knitting needles watching movies too. Not the Christmas ones though...them I am avoiding for a little while longer!

Marg said...

I love to watch Christmas movies. They always have great endings. Love your decorations. Well done. Have a great day.

Duni said...

The tags are so cute! Love the snowflakes! The big star with the lace flower is adorable :)

Catherine said...

Christmas movies and Christmas crafting and staying in your pj's all day. Now THAT is my idea of a good time! Fun!
xo Catherine

SweetMarie said...

I love Christmas movies! Your ornaments/tags are so cute!

Sandra said...

i saw all those movies in HM but did not get to watch them. i will DVR the ones i love and watch them when Hubby is out of the house. i love Christmas movies and hubby says they are silly and i say YES they are that is why i like them. i recorded the new movie they showed, Love at thanksgiving but the weather has kept him inside and i havent watched it yet.
i like those tags you made, especailly the star ones

Tanyia said...

LOVE the tags Ann, especially the blue ones!

Grace said...

I love those tags - so pretty. But what is a bowl filler???

Sandee said...

Cute, but I want to know what a bowl filler is too.

I'm glad your Sunday was perfect.

Have a terrific day. My best to Duke. :)

Sudha said...

Pretty gorgeous creations. I love these.

Sudha
sudha-kalra.blogspot.in

Anne said...

We just celebrate Halloween in the Small Town so I am not even ready for Thanksgiving let alone Christmas. It does sound like a dreamy day.

Debra Dickinson said...

Christmas movies, Crafts & PJs... it doesn't get much better than that! Your work is lovely Ann. Thanks for sharing! What was your favorite movie of the day?

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

Your stars look very crafty, and it is obvious that a lot of skill and hard work was required to complete this most worthy task.

Donna said...

How wonderful! Yes, endless days like that would be wonderful!

BeadedTail said...

I thought bowl fillers were made of chocolate or nuts. Hmmm. Your Sunday does sound heavenly and your ornaments turned out beautiful!

Reeni Pisano said...

That's my idea of a good day too! PJ's all day long. That's the best! Your ornaments are beautiful!

Rose said...

That sounds like a wonderful day! Your ornaments are beautiful. I'm planning to make some ornaments this year, too.

silverthoughts2 said...

I do not even THINK about Christmas until after Thanksgiving. I love Thanksgiving so I'd hate to overshadow it with Christmas.

Dee said...

The Christmas movies was good timing for your Christmas crafts. I admire that everything you do is so neat and tidy and precise.

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