These are stunning and the amount of time you put into them sure does show! Lucky person who receives these as a gift!
I don't know if she would realize that.
Wow!!!So Beautiful!!!Well done
These are beautiful!
Thank you so much!
I love nutcrackers...looks like all you have left to do is trim what looks like Angelina fibers....
yeah, I suppose I should... will let ya know. Lol!
Wow, very impressive.
They turned out fantastic!
Love the nutcrackers would look good along with my collection of 84+ nutcrackers. Thank you for sharing Happy Stitching :-)
. That is a lot of nutcrackers. I am sure it looks fantastic when displayed.
Sorry I forgot to ask where is the design from?
That's a fantastic ornament! I don't think I have the courage to attempt to stitch one of these out. It looks like a zillion thread changes and I think all the different theads is what makes these so wonderful! I thought that that was a pair of sunglasses laying next to them...but, silly me, figured out that it was where the fabric was cut out!
yes! I am being lazy in my photo shoot. I should of chopped it off. Thank you for posting and liking my ornaments
These are gorgeous, Christine...….loving the mylar!! BTW, I have the caption turned on in my office so I can at least read what is being said on TV during machine running....gotta do what we gotta do, right?
I have the captions on pretty much all the time. For some reason I lose the last word in the sentence.
These are beautiful Christine! Very nice job!
Wish they were going on MY Christmas tree-lol
Nora just went to the Ballet of the Nutcracker, even tho poor baby she was sick, she didn't want to miss it. Her and her mom went. Tickets were $60. each and performance was 1 1/2 hours away. Ashley said Nora sat at the edge of her seat the whole performance with eyes transfixed to the stage.
It is a wonderful show. I know a ballerina who danced every year. She was the sugar plum fairy the year I went to see her performance.