Sunday, 14 April 2013

A Tree!

I finished my April ornament for the SAL

A free Glory Bee  Design Merry Yule
Stitched with the recommended DMC threads on a piece of grey 28ct evenweave.

I've only just noticed my huge mistake.....I really should pay more attention! Oh well, good job it's only for my tree, lol


Love the string of lights :-)


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 Saturday night TV is pretty bad unless you like talent programmes, which we don't!  The amount of people that audition who obviously have no talent whatsoever is part of the fun of the programme, I know, but I'm embarrassed for them, I mean, someone has actually told them they can sing (or whatever they are preforming) and to go on TV in front of millions of people and make a fool of themselves! Madness!!  
But then last night we caught a couple of the acts on Britain's Got Talent this woman came on, understated and so apparently nervous you were just waiting for something to happen.

O.M.G 
have a listen.


Amazing!
Until Next time x

13 comments:

cucki said...

So sweet x

Catherine said...

Sweet finish!

Lesleyanne said...

A gorgeous finish.

Dee said...

Beautiful! I don't see any mistake.

Love the beads as garland. So pretty and YOU KNOW how much I love beads. LOL

Sharon said...

Pretty ornament!

Chocolates4Breakfast (TerriBoog) said...

Sweet finish, Maggie! I like the "lights", too!

Melanie said...

Is it a good or bad thing that I had to stare at that picture for a couple minutes before I found the mistake? Either it's not really noticeable (good) or my brain is failing (bad). lol

Sally said...

Gorgeous ornament finish.

Mylene said...

It's lovely and i can't see the mistakes..

...can' t watch or open the video too.

Mylene said...

It's lovely and i can't see the mistakes..

...can' t watch or open the video too.

Julie said...

the new blog header pic is lovely. I cant see a mistake on the ornament, looks great, the beads are super.

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Clare - Aimetu said...

Lovely work Maggie - it was great to meet you on Saturday