Thank you so much for everyone who has left me kind and lovely comments in the last post.
I think I was too serious and strict for the schedule for the SAL.
But now I'm thinking and going to stitch along with fun and enjoyments from now on!
Now thanks to you all, I think that it's OK to finish the PS SAL for the Christmas in 2008!
Most important thing is "Happy Stitching", I realised it! :D
Thank you again, everyone!!
This is so tiny and cute, I really love Autumn designs and colour very much!
I was thinking to make a pinkeep with this as the sample photo, but I remember that I wanted a small mirror, especially to see the face after we ate meals, lol!
It's just like a pinkeep, process is almost the same, I just put into the mirror between the face and the back, and made a circle hole on the back for the mirror!
I added a thin laces for both face and the back, trimed with black satin ribbon, and used Autumn colour fabric for the back.
How is this? Isn't it lovely?
I wanted to take around this in my bag with me, but it's just a little bit big to take around, in my small bag, so I will add this to my special basket which pinkeeps are in!
Today, I received surprised present from my Japanese friend!
I haven't been telling what she sent me a parcel, so it really surprised me a lot!
We've met online and became very good friends. Actually we are living far a way, but we both have 2 years old boy, etc...we have a lot in common!
She has been to Tokyo Disney-land with her family and she bought some really lovely goodies for my son!!
Pumpkin Minnie bag (sweets were inside) and snow-white's colour pens on the car!
So lovely, aren't they?!
And for me, she gave me some beautiful charts which she has already stitched and done!
I really wanted "Baby Garden" (Birth Sampler) from Just Nun, so I was so happy that she gave it to me! She also added a rabbit charm for "Baby Garden", she is kind enough, isn't she?
Other items are from "With my Needle" and a catalogue from "Eva Rosenstand"!
Wow, I feel I'm a rich now, lol!
The last photo of today is a Halloween Pumpkin Pudding we ate today!
Isn't it lovely and looks yummy?
I love this pumpkin and this cup as well!
I can use this cup after I ate pudding!
And also it was yum!! :D
Double Yum Yum! LOL
In Japan, there is no traditional Halloween events like in the US or European countries, but "Halloween" is getting be famous a little by little recently, but I'm not sure that how many person know about the meaning of Halloween, same as the Christmas, lol
In Japan, they are just young peoples' fun events, especially Christmas is just for luvy luvy young couples' event! lol
I think, most important event in Japan is may be a New Year's traditional ceremony at home and at shrine?
We cook special meals for New Year and go to shrine, every year.
So most of us have no habit to send Christmas cards to friends or family, but most of us send New Year's post card to family and friends, colleague, etc...
!!!HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!! !!!