Thursday, March 11, 2010

At Last!

Finally finished with some WAY OVERDUE
Christmas presents! Can you believe that!
I had made one lonely little pink bunny for
Raegan, but the others were set aside ~
the directions were not easy to follow and
they were difficult to sew being so small.
Hurray! They are all done now!

Goodies ready to go into the box to mail!
Better late than never!

Little Mouse Family for Morgan!

The Mama and Baby Bunny for Raegan.
I was told that families need two babies
but this Granny is only making one!
Sorry sweet girl ~ this bunny family's
last name is not Duggar!
A Mending Kit for Mama B.

Gentleman Farmer had promised some 'antler buttons'
to his eldest DD and they are finally finished, too!
Be looking to see what she has planned for these
interesting little items!

"I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith:
Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, shall give me at that day: and not to me only, but unto all them also that love his appearing."
II Timothy 4:7&8


Sharon said...

Oh Raeann!

How adorable!!! I was hoping that we might find some of those cuties in you etsy shop :)The mouse family is so cute as is the bunny family. I love how they are not the Duggars ;) I'm sure that your daughter will love her Mending Kit and the buttons are wonderful! Does Gentleman Farmer hunt?

Thanks for sharing your goodies, oh and the verses appear to be appropriate;)

Have a blessed day!

LDH said...

It might have taken longer than you hoped but everything turned out beautifully! The bunny and mouse families are the cutest!!! Sweet medning kit and neat buttons too. John has made buttons from wood and I love them!

Job(s) well done!

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

This is my first visit to your BEAUTIFUL blog! I love the mouse and bunny families ready to meet their new homes! And those antler buttons are so creative. I can think of a thousand uses for them!
Your scripture verse uplifted me and reminded me to perservere!

Lori said...

You and your gentleman farmer never cease to amaze me with your handmade gifts! Wow! :)
And don't feel so bad about being late for Christmas. Maybe you should've just kept these gifts on hand until next year...then you could say you're early!!! :)
Always a pleasure to stop by! Hope you and yours are doing well!

Camille said...

Those little stuffies are SO adorable!! A job well done and full of love I am sure! :)

Those buttons are wonderful...your daughter will be very happy!

With Love,

Nadine said...

Oh...they are so adorable. I know that they will be loved and cherished!
I love the buttons - how wonderful!


Anonymous said...

Oh dear friend,

The presents are just adorable and they will be well loved, I am sure!

The antler buttons are just perfect :)

Thank you for sharing,


The B's said...

The little critter families will be greeted with open arms by these two wee lasses! They don't know they're late for Christmas. ;)

And I am eagerly anticipating the mending kit and antler buttons, too! Everything turned out perfectly!


Marqueta said...

Dear Lady Farmer,

Better late than never! They'll make great St. Patrick's Day presents. :)

The mending kit looks like just the thing to put in one's bag, and the antler buttons are beautiful.



Paula said...

Dear Raeann,

The bunnies and mice are so adorable! You did a wonderful job. The sewing kit is fabulous and the antler buttons are very interesting!

I love the verse you shared!
God bless!
Love, Paula

Beautiful pear tree lane said...

My how gifted and talented you are, beautiful just beautiful. Thank you for sharing this most precious scripture too. Have a blessed Sunday.

cheri said...

Not the Duggars....chuckle, chuckle.

Love these and appreciate the perseverance it took to finish them.

And I do appreciate the rustically beautiful antler buttons. Well done!

Miss Jen said...

Simply Amazing!!
Everything is lovely.
Those buttons are
so unique and sweet! *sigh*

Blessings~ Miss Jen

Simply Heart And Home said...


Those sweet animals are purrfectly lovely! Good work!