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Year 2016's last GG post

I refuse to believe that this year has come to an end...its just yesterday I started making plans for the new year.

Alas! I don't have the magical powers  of stopping the clock...so let's move on and see what gift stitching I did since last post.

I have been feeling lost crafting wise...you see I have too many ideas in mind . I start with one idea and then end up not liking it. In this chaos, I have finished stitching some smalls which are being used for a new purpose as the old idea went poof.

First is this tiny card which I made and gave it to my friend E for her birthday .
Pattern name :Pudding
Source: CrossStitcher, Christmas 2008
Designer : Helen Philipps
Second is this Christmas card which I have sent to Shami .
Pattern name :Pudding
Source: CrossStitcher, Christmas 2008
Designer : Debbie Cripps
The reason I'm posting this update on last day of the month is that I wanted the receipients to get the gifts I have been making all thru the year.Very happy to report that 2 gifts were hand delivered and 3 sent thru post while  I was on vacation in India.
Now onto gifts received:
My mommy made me a knitted jacket;I received a beautiful package from Shami at my parents house after I left the place for catching my flight and a lovely pin cushion from a small handmade business owner as a thank you for a order.
Sorry I'm unable to add any pictures of the gifts received from my phone.I have struggled 2 hours to find out a solution to the problem with no success.
So I'm going to publish this post without the pictures of gifts received as I just cannot not post for GG. Come back for pics in a few days when I can access my computer.
Thank you for the gift of your friendship my friends , visiting my blog and leaving sweet comments .

Wishing you all a Happy and Blessed New Year.

Comments

  1. Your trip is winding down. Hope it's been a good one. Sometimes it's nice just to do simple stitches. I've not been crocheting much either though. Gotta get back to work on all these wip's I've got going on around here. Happy almost new year. Tammhy

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  2. Wishing you a peaceful 2017.

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  3. Happy new year. Sorry that u were not able to receive my gifts in your hands. This year I thought of making the small cross stitch chart patterns for cards. Thanks for being with me in my crafty journey till now.

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  4. Happy new year, Mini!! Those are lovely cards you made :)

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  5. Happy new year! I hope you find your stitching bug again soon.

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  6. Wishing you good health and lots of fun and happy times in 2017

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  7. Sweet cards Mini! Happy New Year to you too!

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  8. I love the cards you made and I plan on making lots of different cards this year.
    Happy New Year!

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  9. Thanks for taking part in GG this year. Love the cards you made and I look forward to seeing the addition of the photos.

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