Tuesday, December 25, 2012

12 Days of Christmas Day one 12-25-12

Merry Christmas Y'all!

I was one of the few that was picked to participate in Lorelei's 12 Days of Christmas handmade gift blog hop.
The rules were easy make eleven gifts, they must be handmade by the person giving the gift, wrap them put your number on the package and send them out by December 1st.  Then starting on December 25th Christmas day we will each open the number one package.  You can blog about your gifts each day or wait until all the gifts are opened and do one blog post.  Well since you are reading this post you know that I chose to blog each day.  There were two groups chosen to participate.  Group one is composed of people that make components and Group two is composed of people that make handmade items.  I am a member of Group two.
Here is the list of the participants in each Group.  I am number five.
(borrowed from Lorelei's blog)

As you can see Lorelei is number one on both lists, so with out further ado here is what I received from Lorelei.

Lorelei made Sugar and Spice Candied Nuts packaged in a cute little mason jar with a sprig of dried flowers tied to the side.  I tried them and they are very good not too sweet just right.  
Thank you Lorelei for your gift I will enjoy the nuts and then use the jar to make bead soup with left over beads from projects.

Tomorrow I open gift two from Lisa Johnson of Whimsy Wonders.

Happy beading Y'all,


  1. Therese good to see you post....we have been watching the weather in your neck of the woods....at least you have a snack if you lose power! Merry Christmas to you and your family.

  2. Oh YUM! I'm totally looking forward to seeing what each of y'all made and received during this gift exchange. It sounds like it's going to be a lot of fun! Can't wait :)

  3. Merry Christmas Therese! How exciting that you are a part of Lorelei's 12 Days of Christmas! I love the first gift and am looking forward to seeing all the rest. Hope you're having a great day!

  4. Glad you liked them! Happy Holidays!

  5. That's such a wonderful idea - I am making notes for next year :) Merry Christmas, Therese! Hope you have a good one!