Thursday, December 1, 2011

Baubles.

I have for a few years now been searching for a perfect Christmas plate. When I saw the plate pictured above I knew finally that my shortbread would have somewhere to rest this year. The best thing.... it wasn't even expensive - wahoo!!!
Thankfully, I have almost finished making some of the presents... I have been so tired at night that I haven't been getting through them as quickly as I had hoped. This weekend will hopefully see a good bit of making though.



Now for the next round of baubles.
Lots of love,
Kate xxooxx.

17 comments:

  1. Those baubles are so lovely!

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  2. I absolutely LOVE those crocheted baubles ~ they are fantastic :O)xx

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  3. The plate is gorgeous! Love it!
    And the baubles are too!!! :)

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  4. I adore those baubles,they look so precious in the box all together. What a lucky Christmas tree to be decorated with them!

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  5. I love that plate Kate! Wish i could find something as nice as that round here. And your baubles are gorgeous!! Are they easy to make? might have to have a go at some for our twiggy tree this year. Julie:)

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  6. The baubles are just perfect! The golden part is lovely! :)

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  7. Hi Kate.. you have been working so hard! What gorgeous baubles...and I have serious plate envy! :)x

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  8. The crocheted bubbles are fabulous. I love the golden part. They look so Christmassy.
    G x

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  9. The baubles are fantastic. Good job. Kisses from Argentina.

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  10. Those baubles look adorable, so cute in their little box!

    S x

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  11. I'm loving the baubles too :) I can just imagine them on some lucky persons tree ...

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  12. The Baubles are gorgeous! But the reindeer just takes my breath away! I can't wait to see the finished product! You are uber creative girl!

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  13. Wonderful eye candy, kate.

    hugs
    Gerry

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  14. Wow, your baubles are incredible Lucky person receiving them. Would you be able to do a quick pattern / tutorial for these? Sorry if i am being cheeky asking but I would love to make some xox

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  15. These are amazing!! What sort of yarn did you use? It looks amazing!! I CANT WAIT FOR THE PATTERN!! Seriously, I'll be watching closely! Just what i have been looking for! :)

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