Its been a fun month here in the Johnson house...
We LOVE Christmas in this house!!!
We love Christmas Baking, Christmas Sewing, Christmas lights, Christmas Decorating, Christmas Pressies, Christmas Shopping, Christmas Parties, and at the moment.. I LOVE Christmas RESTS!! I've been really tired but slowly able to keep up and pretend i feel 100%.fun to make these little treats for our friends and teachers... They are super cute, super easy... little pudding look a likes...I saw a few pop up around the place over the net and the kids and I had to give em a go.
(Arnotts Royals Biscuits, White choc melts, Red M&M's and some chopped mint leaves... EASY!)
I had a little time for some Christmas Sewing..... A pressie for Trav's Nan....
The only thing is... now that its all finished... I wish i was keeping it....
It's all about the 'GIVING'....Right??!!
AND this year we snuck out to the Hunter Valley Garden Christmas Lights. Yes, we are all rugged up.... I cant believe we live in Hot Australia and its been 18 Degrees and raining almost everyday....
Most people hope and pray for Snow at Christmas... Well, we would like a little sunshine! Bring back the 38 degree days... PLEASE!!
Thank you for being some of my closest and understanding friends. Thank you for all of your well wishes for my coming arrival... and for all of you dying to know what flavour??.... its a Blue one! We're really excited to welcome baby number 4 into our family... Still have a little while to go yet though! Which is good.. I've got lots of Baby Sewing to do.
I hope you have a wonderful holiday and take a little time to remember the birth of our Saviour and what he did for us...
Have a Very Merry Christmas Everyone....Much love,
How cute are those little puddings! Great idea!!! And a gorgeous quilt - going to be so loved I am sure! All the best for a very festive season! Merry ChristmasReplyDelete
Dear Rebecca, I am so happy to hear from you! I love that Christmas quilt and those sweets look so delicious! I wish you The Happiest Christmas and The Best ever New Year! Wow, it's going to be blue! Looking forward to see all your little sewings!ReplyDelete
Kisses from Teje
Beautiful quilt -- I can see how it would be hard to give it up.ReplyDelete
That is such a beautiful quilt, I would want to keep it too. It has inspired me though, and I already have some fabric to use which is even better ;-) Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
Beautiful quilt! Happy celebrating and good luck resting.ReplyDelete
The quilt is beautiful!ReplyDelete
Your family photo is sooo sweet and Yay for you a little boy is brewing!
I love the quilt!! It's beautiful. And is is really 18 degrees in Australia?? My daughter is traveling there next month, and she thinks it will be summer :-SReplyDelete
Merry Christmas sweetie..you have been a JOY this year and I do hope you and your family enjoy the brightness of this season..xxReplyDelete
You little sweets look so cute and your quilt is gorgeous!!! I'm so happy you are feeling better!!!ReplyDelete
I'm so glad to hear from you, Bec! Looks like you are doing wonderfully.... you've been on my heart lately and I'm glad to know you're doing so well! The sweets look yummy, the quilt is gorgeous (I don't blame you for wanting to keep it!) and your family is just precious!! Have a wonderful wonderful Christmas and keep us up to date with what you're making for that new baby boy!!ReplyDelete
I'm so, SO happy for you and your family! Have a wonderful Christmas!ReplyDelete
I am glad you are feeling better. Your gift quilt looks fabulous.ReplyDelete
Your quilt is stunning. I'd want to keep it myself too. Merry Christmas.ReplyDelete
Thank you for all of your wonderful post this year and I look forwatd to 2012. I have to say that quilt is Awesome! Is there a pattern? I will look back over your posts. Have a wonderful and Blessed Christmas.ReplyDelete
What are the chocolate ones called? Yum!ReplyDelete
Hope your morning sickness has subsided now and you are enjoying your pregnant belly:)
Aww, those wee treats look yummy, I'm sure they were well received. You're all looking fab in the lights too (although 18C is a heat wave here even in the summer ;o) ), hope the sun comes back for you for Christmas! Have a good one :o)ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to you and your family Rebecca. May God bless you and yours and this wonderful time.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas and Happy Blessed New Year! I really do LOVE your newest quilt....it just pops with life - year round! Enjoy your family time! And continue taking care of you and the little blue boy!ReplyDelete
Beautiful quilt Bec. I LOVE those fabrics. I might just have some lurking around. I hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas and New Year.ReplyDelete
The French General quilt is exquisite. Have a wonderful Christmas and a safe and happy new year.ReplyDelete
Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas Bec xxxReplyDelete
Merry Christmas - love the family photo and the quilt is too nice to give away, except to a Nan.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas Hot Mumma. love MalindaReplyDelete
Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous quilt! Have a Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
Love, love the red and grey quilt.ReplyDelete
Those treats are darling. Do you have a recipe you'd like to share?ReplyDelete
So glad to hear that you're starting to feel better. I love the quilt too - the colour combo's fantastic - Christmassy enough for this time of year, but not so much that she won't be able to use it all year round.ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous quilt! I love the colors and the pattern. I can see why it is hard to give it away! Congrats on the new little one on the way. K-ReplyDelete
What yummy pictures- even the quilt! You made my mouth water. I'm so glad you're feeling better. And your family is the picture of health and happiness. You continue to inspire me with your quilts, young lady. And now my granddaughter wants to learn to sew! It's going to be a great New Year! Merry Christmas. Stay well!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to you and your family!ReplyDelete
I love your blog! your gift quilt is absolutely gorgeous, merry Christmas to you and yours!ReplyDelete
Hey Bec, love the quilt....wondering what size your block was? Congratulations on baby. Looking forward to seeing what you make for himReplyDelete