Even more Happy Christmas . . !

Quilted Christmas tree 'thing' by Shirley Yule

This very appropriate image was sent to me last night by Shirley Yule. The mat (or 'thing' as Shirley calls it) is 12" in diameter and was part of her group Christmas challenge. It is decorated with painted Bondaweb trees that have had glitter applied. Isn't it fabulous? I just had to share it with you all. Shirley and her friend Terri have been having fun with Hot Spots! and foil too -

 Foiled Hot Spots! on a printed and dyed cotton

Foiled and glittered Hot Spots! on a printed cotton

Shirley wrote that there were no complaints about glitter in supper but there's still plenty in her hall carpet!  Oh! how we suffer for our art!!!

If any of you get a chance to play with any of my products over the holidays do send me some images and I will put them on the blog - it always good to see what you are up to.

I'm off to attack the spuds now - the turkey has been in for hours.

Happy Christmas again!!!!


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