And I adore May Gibbs gumnut babies.
So when I saw this biscuit tin I had to have it too. ($10 in Coles supermarkets including the biscuits)
Once we have gobbled up the yummy shortbread biscuits, it will become a receptacle for a new sewing project. I'll fill my tiny needle case with a couple of my favourite needles and little pins. Then I'll find some cute little scissors, pop in my sewing and another project will be ready to grab as I run out the door to stitch with friends.
Everyone is thinking of gifts for friends in the holiday season and the folks at Thermo-web are doing the same. The Handmade Holidays Blog Hop is happening at their place now.
You can pop over HERE to join in the fun.
Do you have an old pair of jeans or two hanging around in your house? And do you have a little kid in your life? Does that little kid love horses? Then why not make him one of his own. And you can with the pattern and fabulous detailed tutorial at Ikat Bag. Huge thanks to Lorraine for so generously sharing it with us.
Just go HERE and soon little Neddy or Alice or Jim will be ridden around your garden by someone little having fun.
Just to finish off here's our little Henry at the harness racing Friday night. He had fabulous fun helping John behind the scenes. His job was to fill up the horses' water buckets, which he did with great enthusiasm.
Hope you have a wonderful day