Tuesday, December 23, 2008

NZ Christmas Ornament Swap...

Thought that I would post about the wonderful ornament swap that I have been involved in, organised by twenty cent mixture, thanks so much Louise!!! It was great fun opening each of the 5 little parcels wondering what treat was waiting inside. Now I want to do lot's more swaps, so keep me in mind if you know of any......

My contribution to the swap were these little needle felted Christmas tree's....

Here are the ornaments that I received, I love them all................
This is Plum pudding fairy who without a doubt is Talia's favourite, isn't she gorgeous. she came with the sweetest little note, we are going to treasure her for always!
This lovely little kiwi slice made out of felt.
A Sweet little pom pom made from fabric, the photo doesn't really do it justice, it's so sweet.
A cute little present (that T is dying to open) wrapped in fabric, it also has a little bell inside.
A cool wee Ika made out of recycled wool blanket and Tonga bark cloth, I love the shell button eye's.
All now hanging proudly on my Christmas tree, thanks to all the swapper's, my ornaments are all FABULOUS.............. X


lou said...

I love the felted trees!

I’ve done two swaps now and loved doing them.

Have a lovely Christmas love Lou xxx

Melody said...

Wow. What wonderful trees and the things you received were just as wonderful... I especially love the Kiwi. How original!

Anonymous said...

Hello Julie,
do love your blog- and your wonderful creativity plus your 3 gorgeous children!!You are a very inspiring lady..I see you saw Santa @ Ballantynes. Did the cildren Like the animated Christmas window? My hubby, a fantastic artist friend and myself create the characters and install the window each year !! Love doing it--hope your Christmas season is extra happy and all the best !
Love Lyndie

Anonymous said...

Julie, sorry about spelling children incorrectly!
I am tidying up my messy studio and have all sorts of crafts bits n' pieces you could find useful which I would be happy to pass onto you --some things to keep the children amused over the hols.!
My email---

Your fairy is called Tangle Saturnwand
She is a trouble maker.
She lives at the bottom of tangled gardens and in hedgerows.
She is only seen when the seer holds a four-leafed clover.
She wears tangled dresses of multicoloured petals. She has delicate pale pink wings like a cicada.