Monday, December 20, 2010

Christmas Lovebirds

Last year's Christmas preparations were somewhat M-I-A (missing in action). On our regular rotation schedule, it was technically the year that we were to spend in the States with my family, but had decided against considering my huge pregnant belly. I was determined to make the best of it in spite of it and made it my goal to relax, decorate the house, sew a million projects as gifts, and really try to enjoy the season, knowing that such distractions would keep my spirits high.

... well, that was the plan anyway.

Since the previous year without my family produced a blubbering, crying bride, the only way my husband thought it could be remedied was just to surprise his wife with plane tickets home! What is it with men just not knowing what to do with crying women anyway? So this year, I have been trying to pick up where I left off and make a few things that I had on the back burner for the entire year. You might remember this post for these adorable stuffed bird pattern from Spool Sewing. Just add red and green, holly leaves, and "berries", and you end up with a sweet pair of Christmas lovebirds.

In case you were wondering, that is actually real snow you see in the background... just right for snuggling and romancing on a cold winter's night. Perhaps once the little one goes down for the night, my husband and I should try a little lovebird snuggling ourselves. Are you nestled in someplace warm tonight?

3 comments:

  1. We are nestled on the couch with the heaters blaring; it's gotten c-o-l-d and the snow just keeps coming down. Love the lovebirds!!

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  2. Don't you just love this little pattern? I used it to make a bird mobile for my niece, but I wish I'd thought to add embellishments like yours - so cute!

    This year we ordered a bunch of old Christmas DVDs (It's A Wonderful Life, etc) and have bee spending our evenings enjoying them =)

    Merry Christmas!

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