Look at all of these old jars to store my drygoods in!!! Aren't they fantastic!!!!!
Have you noticed my shelves are a little bare? I took all of the canned goods out of the cabinet, and this is all the space they took...
I thought I had a lot of canned goods, but not so much!
I've also got to show you my treasures I found at the antique/junk stores while on the hunt for stocking stuffers for Gayland and his chuckwagon. Hmm... seems we both do our shopping there. I could not pass these to finds up when I came across them. The quilt, which is very tattered and frayed was $16 and the bear was $6.50!!! LOOK!!!
We made several of these cross pendents and the big, chunky necklaces to go with them. This one was left over, so I managed to get a photo.
Here's one of the necklaces we made. We also made a cross for it similar to the one above, but with colors to match these stones. I took a photo with another of our trial pendents we made with an old cowgirl photo. It didn't turn out just like I wanted, but we'll keep trying. My sidekick granddaughter will be back to stay again on Monday, so there's no telling what we'll be making!
Well, enough flappin' my jaws. I've got trim to sand and seal!
Merry Christmas to All, and to All a Good Night.