A Star - Christmas decoration, one of several, on our tree. When on his first Christmas my son, then nine months old, dropped and broke his first glass ornament, I realized that glass decorations were not in our future for a while. Without unbreakable ornaments, the only other option was - hand-made decorations. The first year, my tree was decorated with pompoms made out of wool. Over time, I collected more hand-made items. By the way, for anyone who asks about a strangely bent corner - this star is not ripped or damaged, it's "vintage"... That's right, vintage.
Vera made this doll from construction paper.
Happy Christmas Katya, the Calendar is wonderful, such a lot of lovely stitching.ReplyDelete
And your framed 'Summer' is fantastic and you gave it away. That wasn't just a picture you gave but 'love.'
Have wonderful time with your family and may 2011 be a wonderful year for you, lots of happy stitching!
Love and Blessings
Merry Christmas, Katya and Joseph, and family.ReplyDelete
By the way, last night my brother-in-law was telling me about an American writer, Gary Shteyngart, who was born in St. Petersburg in 1979.
Have you heard of him?
Thank you, Chris. Happy Christmas to you too!ReplyDelete
Daniel, Merry Christmas to you and your family. No, I have not heard of Gary Shteyngart, but I would like to know what he wrote.