Thursday, December 10, 2009


Haven't had much to blog about.
Not that I've been sitting around, bored.

I just figured no one would really be interested in pictures of piles of Christmas cards ready to be sent
or stories of wiping up the water my 3-year-old spilled all over the gingerbread house we put together the night before.

But I'm totally in the mood to make stuff.
So last night, I did. And I thought I'd share.
I was wanting a more updated Christmas throw pillow.
This one was fun and quick.
(I'll share how later this week.)
It was so fun and quick, I'm going to make a few more for gifts.


  1. LOVE it Amy! It's so fresh and festive :)
    and just for the record you always manage to make the ordinary look extraordinary~

  2. Very simple and perfect for the season.

  3. Fun, quick, and stinkin cute you mean! Great job!

    And I think I had the same water-on-the-gingerbread-house story a few years ago...

  4. Oh, I love your pillow. And yes please, a tutorial would be very nice!

  5. Hi Amy!

    Your house sounds like my house!

    Cute pillow and I can't wait for the tutorial.

  6. Very cute and simple. Those are the best.

  7. I would love a snowflake pillow, especially since I live in a place that gets no snow.

  8. Wow! How perfect is this!! Love it!Paulette

  9. Great pillow, Amy!
    I've been on a pillow "kick" lately. I think it's the satisfaction of completing a project, even if it is a small one.

    Merry Christmas!!

  10. Love the pillow! We've never been tooooo successful making gingerbread houses in our home...too many Angelic!!

  11. L-O-V-E the snowflake pillow, just love it!


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