Thursday, 28 November 2013

thanksgiving star garland

This will be my dressers first Christmas in our home.
I am excited by the idea of some festive decorating.
(not yet started...susan! )
Not only is it useful for hiding stuff
but great for displaying recent makes.
This was always my plan for these stars
as I know the recipient has a dresser
and I think I know what she likes.
In fact these stars were rehomed yesterday
and now live with my friend Lisa
whom I call one of my fabric sponsors
because she ALWAYS has a bag of vintage goodies for me.

Life is a precious thing so get living.
 Friends are a special thing so get giving.
Clare

Happy Thanksgiving to you all
xxx

12 comments:

  1. A lovely starry garland!! (I know you too well!) And I have a similar lemon squeezer too! Your dresser looks pretty dressed for Christmas!

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  2. So pretty, and I want a dresser. First I need a house that can fit one in though.

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  3. A beautiful gift and gorgeous dresser! Love all your pretty things on display!

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  4. Lovely garland! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family! Love!!!! Deborah xoxo

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  5. The stars look good on your dresser but they are going to look better on mine!!
    Thank you for my stars, I love them a lot.
    Love the little rhyme too.
    Lisa x

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  6. Your Dresser looks so lovely Clare . I'm sure your friend will be thrilled with the sweet quilted stars.
    Love the Clare quote too....such great advice.
    Jacquie x

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  7. a quilted garland! I so often seen fabric garlands, but not quilted. Great thinking! It turned out lovely, as usual.

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  8. Ho, ho, ho! I love your stars and your little giving ditty! In your far away land that piece of furniture is called a dresser, and in my far away land, it is called a cabinet. Tis a grand garland Clare....giver of all good things!

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  9. Well how can I follow Mary! I call it a dresser too and it looks beautiful with a star garland - hope you are making one for yourself!

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  10. Lovely! How did you attach the string to the back? Can you show a pic?

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