29 December 2009

Welcome to A Homemade Christmas! This is No. 4 of 4 A Homemade Christmas events.
I hope you’ll join us in sharing about homemade gifts, decorations, foods, and/or handmade things that made your home extra special for Christmas!
{Feel free to learn more about A Homemade Christmas here.}

I hope that you had a wonderful Christmas celebrating our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! We had a lovely time here at home and with extended family. (We are also very glad to have Daddy home until after the first of the new year!)

{Pictures to come, but in the meantime you can look here.}

Our gift-giving was very small, but most delightful! Mom surprised Breezy and I with homemade ornaments that she was working on over the past week (we didn’t realize how many she actually made until we opened our packages). (You can view a picture here.)

Momma also crocheted Breezy and I each an afghan in our colors of choice. They are beautiful and cozy, and most definitely large enough for ourselves and a few wee ones! (You can view pictures here.)

I gave Mother-Dear a pair of fingerless gloves (the set pictured here) and a crocheted wallet/cough drop holder/receipt case. She knew she was going to receive them, and even got to use them before Christmas Eve.

Also, this coming week I will have a happy little download for my readers! I think you’ll enjoy it and you just might end up adding it to your list of things to do for next Christmas!

Thank you all for joining me for  A Homemade Christmas! It has been such a pleasure to see what you have been creating! Thank you for sharing, and I hope you’ll join us again next year (Lord willing) in 2010 for another round of A Homemade Christmas!

Did you have A Homemade Christmas? I invite you to join me here by adding your link to your post about homemade gift(s), decorations, foods, and/or handmade things that made your home extra special for Christmas!

To join us in wrapping up, just sign Mr. Linky below (make sure you use the direct post link). You can get the codes and instructions for adding an A Homemade Christmas icons to your blog by clicking here. This Linky will be open for two weeks.

View Other A Homemade Christmas Posts:

1. Sunnymama
2. Phyllis (many recipes and crafts)
3. Rebecca @ Renaissance LOTS of gifts
4. Julia (Christmas Scarfs)
5. Rachel
6. Laura S.
7. Mindy
8. Jessica, Little Miss Giggles
9. Kristin (placemats and coasters)
10. Dawn
11. Emily Elizabeth ~ Snowman Craft
12. Robin (embroidered ornaments)

  1. 8 Responses to “A Homemade Christmas #4: Review”

  2. sunnymama on Dec 29, 2009 said:

    The hand-embroidered ornaments your mother made are so lovely! :)

  3. Rachel on Dec 29, 2009 said:

    How lovely Emily! :D Thank you for hosting this! I had sooo much fun! (My last post is still in the works. Lol!) I can’t wait for next year’s! ;)

    Have a Blessed and Happy New Year!
    Love in Christ!

  4. Laura S. on Dec 29, 2009 said:

    I finally got to participate! :-) It looks like your family had a lovely Christmas. I’m so happy for you all. See you soon!

  5. Miss Jen on Dec 29, 2009 said:

    What treasures….
    homemade Christmas presents are the best! :)

    Love~ Miss Jen

  6. Sarah H. on Dec 31, 2009 said:

    I made some quilts for my younger sisters. When I post the pictures of them I will let you know.

  7. Jessica on Dec 31, 2009 said:

    Emily, thanks for taking the time and effort to make this meme happen. YOU are amazing!

    Hugs and love (and with a link shared on Mister Linky)

  8. Emily Elizabeth on Jan 1, 2010 said:

    I actually joined in! ;)
    I think A Homemade Christmas is such a lovely idea. Thanks for putting it all together!

    Have a blessed new year Emily! (and family ;)

  9. Kyleigh on Jan 2, 2010 said:

    Thank you so much for hosting this, Emily! I was challenged and encouraged and had lots of fun! :)
    I’m excited and curious about the download…

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