Wednesday, 17 December 2014

WOYWW

 At last, I have found time to pop my WOYWW post up for this week.
I have been busy working on my ironing board with all these ribbons and braids.
Of course I managed to get glue and Bondaweb on my ironing board cover so I am hoping Santa will make me a new one! ( Ha!)

Below is the little Christmas tree that I was making with the ribbon.
Now, I don't know about you but I think I might be a bit busy next Wednesday, so I will use my cheery ribbon tree as my WOYWW Christmas card and wish you all a very happy Christmas!
Don't you just love all the cheery red colour and that little row of machine embroidered hearts across the middle.
I have made a few cards using a photo of it but will probably be posting it off soon - or I will miss the Christmas post completely!

Have a fab time everyone.
Love and best wishes
Jo

15 comments:

Lynda Beazley said...

What a gorgeous little tree. My favourite christmas colours! Have a happy Christmas
Lynda B 14

Annie said...

That's fab Jo. Glad to see you managing to post your gorgeous creations 😃
Hugs,
Annie x

Laura said...

Lovely trim tree :)

Nikki C said...

That tree is so cute and what a great way to use up scraps of ribbons hugs Nikki 3

Sandy Leigh said...

Love, love that happy cheery tree! What a great idea--I might have to try that. Happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh #41

Lyn said...

I hope you get more than just an ironing board cover for Christmas!
Seasons Greetings xxx

Anne said...

Lovely tree and I also hope you get more than a new ironing board cover :-) Anne x #9

Pat Taviss said...

Really quite lovely. Thanks for sharing and Happy Holidays.

Pat 49

Chrysalis said...

Hi Jo - love the card. It's good to iron your stash sometimes - I did lots of my fabric last week, for a workshop. So much easier to work with, when it's flat. A lot of it had been stored in the loft for a LONG time, and smelled a bit musty, so I dabbed some fragrant oil on cotton wool, and left it in the bag with the cloth - result! Happy WOYWW, Chris # 8

Lunch Lady Jan said...

What a cute little Christmas tree, clever idea using ribbons that way. Bet it makes a fab card!!
Thank you for all your support over the past year,
Sending festive hugs,
LLJ 20 xx

Robyn said...

LOVE! the ribbon tree. I have never used any bonding interfacings- I'd prob bond myself!
I'm always inspired here.
Robyn 7

Patsy Paterno said...

What pretty ribbon and what a clever way to use it! I like that idea of using a picture of it and not making it over and over again! ha ha! Have a blessed advent season! patsy

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

mm Jo so true about being busy next week... diminished numbers even this week.. just adore your cheery wee tree so utterly cute!!
Happy WOYWW, and every blessing of the CHRISTmas season, Shaz in Oz.x #4

MaggieC said...

I love that cheery card. My attitude to the failure of the school fiar ws exactly as you say. The candles etc will be used as pressies and the cards will go towards next year's cards. Have a great Christmas and a Happy New Year. xx Maggie

Laura said...

Hi, Jo, happy belated WOYWW and Merry Christmas! I love your sweet festive tree! Hope you have a wonderful holiday. ~ Laura #54