Friday, 28 December 2012

First of all I thought I would do a quick Christmas round up.  These are the yummy mince pies that  I made with Luke.  I explained the steps to him, he did the work.  Definitely the best way to do the cooking!!  The photo must be a little dark as they definitely weren't as dark as the look.  There is a close up of one of them too.



Something you don't often see is a picture of me.  This is us at the Christmas table.  Excuse the big plastic jug  at the front of the shot.  We don't have a gravy boat.


This is all the presents under the tree ready for opening.


This is the lovely stash I received for Christmas.  There is CCN - Needlework Shop, LHN - Chocolate Shoppe, Sue Hillis - The Key to my Heart and CCN - Santa's Village which is on autoship from The Patchwork Rabbit with the buttons and speciality threads.


We had a very quiet day but it was really nice and chilled.  The children were pleased with their presents which is the main thing.

9 comments:

Linda said...

Looks like you had a lovely Christmas Sharon. Great new stash.

Happy New Year
Linda

Dani - tkdchick said...

Looks like you had a wonderful Christmas look at the great new stash!

Happy New Year!

Denise said...

Camera shy - I completely understand! :) Looks like you had a wonderful Christmas! Here's to a Happy New Year!

Lesleyanne said...

Lovely new stash. Great Christmas pictures.

Melinda said...

Love your wintery blog background. Thanks for sharing your Christmas Pics, and your new stash - have a couple more on the Wish List..

Shirlee said...

Lovely photos! It looks like your Christmas was a very happy one!

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

My Mum bought me a gravy jug last year because she was fed-up with seeing a plastic one or a bowl that spilled on the cloth!

Lovely stash acculumation!

Mii Stitch said...

Heaven!! Judging by your pic, it looks like you all had the perfect Christmas :) Those mince pies look yummy, my DH would have gone through them all very quickly :P

Nicola said...

Love the photos. Your mince pies look yummy.