Monday, November 17, 2008

Hot and Candy

Thanks Dada for the "hot and candy".
Love,Mallory
I can't correct her. It sounds too cute!
Yes, and thanks Dada for giving it to her while wearing her only white t-shirt! Thank God for $4.00 Target tees!


While Bill was feeding the girls dinner, I finished my first ornament. Turned out pretty cute huh! The C in the middle is a little funky looking, but for my first one ever, not too shabby! I am going to hang it by a pink ribbon, but it has to dry first. One niece down, and about 10 more nieces and nephews to go.



25 comments:

Tiaras and Timeouts said...

Great monogrammed ornament!! What a cute idea!

Debo88 said...

It took me awhile to figure out what "Hot and Candy" was - it's cotton candy, right?
I can't wait to see them, and YOU!
Love,
Mom
Cute ornament, but a funky C :)

Debo88 said...

I actually do LOVE the ornament and you did a great job, really!

Kiss My Tiara said...

Look at that precious little face! I loveee the ornaments I want them!! What a fabulous idea :)

Angie said...

Those pics of your daughter are so cute!! Every time I put white clothes on Ava people give her the messiest things to eat!Great ornament! I love it!

Belle (from Life of a...) said...

Love the ornament!

Just Ask Beth said...

OK I want 3! With the girls monogramm of course..

pink green & southern said...

LOVE the ornament!!!! It would like great on Pinkie's pink Christmas tree--I may have to make some! How did you do the marabou on top?

VPZ said...

You hear it all the time, but your girls are absolutely adorable! The ornament is fabulous!

Mrs. Dwiggins said...

aww she is so sweet! I can't wait for Garrett to actually talk! You are so creative! I love that ornament.

Kris said...

What pen did you use on the ornament? That is so cute - I want to make one for all the girls in my book club when they come to dinner!

Hot and candy - that took me a minute to get but HOW cute is that?

Susan said...

Forgive us...we are all a little slow on the "hot and candy"!!! My kids love cotton candy too! I just love the way Dads have no concept of white t-shirts!!! She is a beauty:) Love the ornament, you did a great job!

Amanda said...

tutoria, tutorial on the marabu, pleaseeeee!!! precious! we need to live close by, I think we'd be besties!!! the girls are adorable, as always!

Two Little Lambs said...

So cute! I want to make one too!!!!!Any ideas for a boy one?

LyndsAU said...

Adorable pics!! :)

LeighAnne said...

Great idea for the ornaments. Too cute. I think I am going to steal your idea! :)I will give you the credit though.

pink green & southern said...

I use a Singer Futura because it was so inexpensive to purchase (compared to other embroidery machines) but I had to teach myself how to use it and that was HARD! If you have a Joann fabric where you live that has a sewing center in it I would inquire there about classes. i ma not sure what kind of machine they use. Unfortunately, there does not seem to be classes anywhere on how to use the Futura.

The Golf Widow said...

She is so cute.Cotton candy is always such a mess.I think the "C" looks fine.On a tree it will be perfect.
My girls have ones with their first names and polka dots, I'll have to make some with monograms. Great Gift idea!

Three under Three said...

So cute- you gotta tell how you made the ornamnets!!!

Johnson Party of seven! said...

I am TOTALLY gonna copy that ya' know!

Two Little Lambs said...

I got my blue ornaments. Where did you find the pink feathers?

ilovepink said...

Oh how cute! I might have to "steal" that idea!!!!

Liza said...

omg that ornament is gorgeous!!!

Jonatha said...

I just came across your blog, and since I have 4 girls too, I just kept reading! Anyway, those ornaments are precious! What kind of paint did you use? I would love to make my girls and nieces some.

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