Monday, 5 April 2010

Letters and a Sam

I hope you all had a wonderful Easter break; I sure did, spending two days with my family at our cabin. It’s such a peaceful place to be; especially when I don’t drag out my sewing machine. Husband built the cabin with his own two hands during weekends over a 3 year period of time, so it’s a special place to us.

I also managed to squeeze in two days of alone time during the holidays, and even got some sewing done between all the relaxing, TV, reading and eating that made up my busy schedule. Isn’t it weird; you often have so little time for creative stuff during the week, but still manage to do a lot, but when you have a whole day off, you seem to get sidetracked all the time?

Grandson will be 3 in a month or so, and in the spirit of being way ahead, I got started on his birthday present. His mom wanted some letters for his door, so I decided to make them. This was my first go at it, and they were really easy and fun to make. A little tutorial on how to make them is coming up.

As Fireman Sam is his big hero, I had to make him one of those as well.
So, how did you spend Easter?

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11 comments:

  1. Nina Lise, Sounds like you had a delightful getaway with your family. I'm so happy! Love your letters and fireman sam. Very cute. And yes, I would be interested in a tutorial. You certainly have a way to get them to standout. Love the look!

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  2. Oh my, your cabin sounds wonderful - so does your husband as he built it himself!! I haven't done much at all over the Easter break, except for crafting of course, or browsing the web for crafty projects to inspire me!

    Your letters look great, I'll be interested in your tutorial too. Bet your grandson will love your Fireman Sam - a big thumbs up!

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  3. it sounds like a wonderful break......how great to have a cabin that your husband built! I love the letters too.....

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  4. Your cabin sounds like a lovely place to be. Kuddos to your husband for being able to build it. The project for your grandson looks very interesting.

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  5. sounds like you had a very nice Easter, your cabin sounds wonderful.

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  6. It's great fun to have a getaway cabin, especially one so lovingly made. Glad you had a happy Easter break. Your grandson is a lucky guy.

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  7. Deilig med påske ja. Har vært ute på turer, kost meg med familie og venner og fått noe til til å sy ferdig flere ufoer :-) I dag ble det for mye sol...... Ha en strålende uke.

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  8. Hi,

    Just came across your blog & am loving it. I have a MckLinky party called Tot Tuesdays. I’d love it if you’d stop by & share some of your great ideas for tots:

    http://delicious-ambiguity-nennyk.blogspot.com/2010/04/tot-tuesdays-4.html

    Cheers,
    Jenn

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  9. Thanks for linking up this week. I hope you'll join me tomorrow for another great party!

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