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September 27, 2013



Sounds exciting! :-)

Anita K

Can't wait to see the new ornament. I'm hoping they are inspired by your little lovely Mimi....


Looking forward to it, definitely!


Awwww, great seasonal news...... Xox !!!!!! Thanks, Alicia


Can't wait! I am so excited I actually get to decorate for Christmas this year and my theme is going to run off your pretty ornaments!


I can't wait!!!! I'm dying to see what the look like and to get started on them!!!


ooooh exciting!! I just finished a Miss Maggie Rabbit and a Summer Bag (I know it's fall!) and had so much fun. Looking forward to making some ornaments. :)


thanks for the update. I was popped in to see when the ornaments would be available. I can't wait! Have a wonderful day!


Yay:-) The PDFs too Alicia?


I can hardly wait! :D


Yippie, so excited!


I have been checking everyday, sometimes more than once. ;-) This is one of the hightlights of my fall season.


For those who have bought the kits each year, which set do you think is best for a beginner? I'd love to buy one for me & my 11-y.o. daughter to work on...but neither of us is very crafty at all!

Catherine Kellogg

EEEEeeeeeeeeee! So excited!

Amanda @ Life and Times

Was just wondering about these this morning. I think you should do the 12 days of Christmas , three at a time for the next four years... just sayin'. :) Looking forward to seeing what you've got!


YES! I love Christmas!


So excited, can't wait to see the new designs! This is one of my favorite parts of your blog each year!


I am excited too! It's become a birthday tradition for me, and next week I am turning the big 4-0!!

Donna @Allthingsming

Excited to see what you came up with!


Yay! :)
Can't wait xx

Jenny Acuff

excited!! We all promise to buy up your inventory!!


Can't wait!


For Kelly's question...I looked at all this kits again (I've made them all), and I'd say the easiest for a beginner would be the Winter Woods kit, because there is less embroidery involved, no knitting, and no cross stitch. You'll just have to help your daughter be exact with the cutting and careful with reading the directions, patient with the gluing, etc. My daughter is 12, and she might be able to handle it (she made Maggie Rabbit), if I let her, but I am far too greedy with my ornament kits to let someone else in the family start making them :).
Alicia, you've done it again. I can see I'm going to stress out just a little about cutting that snowflake, but it's worth it. They are so, so beautiful.


Walk in the Woods kit...sorry. With the house, deer and tree. That's the one I think is easiest for a beginner (for Kelly)


Oh my gosh! they are beautiful!!!!!!!! AND and I am putting a little barrette in Mimi's hair in my
Ornament.......just cause.........xox Hurry up next week!!!

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