Christmas with a toddler is exciting...and exhausting! Gift-opening on Christmas morning literally took hours. The Wee One had to play with everything as it was opened...and she kept going back to a certain gift over and over. :)
In keeping with the "making little people" theme (NO, I'm not pregnant), here is another creation of mine - an angel made of an old wooden spool, a bead, and assorted craft scraps from my stash. A friend and I did an ornament exchange, and this is what I sent.
And as for stitching, there has been a bit of progress made. I've had the last 3 days of this week to myself, since daycare is open and the Wee One has been getting a bit cabin-crazy. Plus, this is kind of my Christmas gift to MYSELF - there aren't many days during the year where I am not either at my 9-5 job or caring for my child. So I won't feel guilty about having 3 days or so out of 365 to sit on my butt and relax (or sleep in and then do laundry, as the case may be)!
Anyway, here is my last WIPocalypse update, featuring "Labyrinth." Still not finished.
Finally, my latest small - Just Nan's "Tiffany" Glorious Wings kit. It is stitching up more quickly than I anticipated! As I mentioned previously, I also have "Gypsy Rose" in my stash (the pattern only, but it is charted for DMC, Kreinik, and Mill Hill, so with the exception of the wee butterfly charm, I think I can do a proper recreation). I think I might consider sending these to Jill Rensel to be framed as a set for Wee One when they are finished...