I showed you a few of my children's handmade ornaments when they were little and here are a few hand-made by others.
My cousin Peggy painted this:
My friend Michele made this star and you can check out her website at wildstarcreations. She makes beautiful earrings, necklaces and suncatchers.
This sled was made out of popcicle sticks by my sister's father-in-law:
When I did research on my great aunt who spent 30 years in Farmington State Hospital (it's now called Southeast Missouri Mental Health Center) there was a gift room where items made by patients were sold. I had to pick up these:
This snowman is made from an acorn. You might not be able to tell from the photo how big that acorn is, but it's bigger than any I've ever seen. There are trees on the property that have these huge acorns.
This Santa was made from the bark of a tree:
The following are my kids' ornamnents made by parents of the PTO or teachers. I'm sure they hang on a lot of trees.
As the holidays approach, my adult children in from out of town, and no baking done yet and a project I have to finish before the big day, I'll see you all after Christmas.
Merry Christmas to all! And to all, thanks for following me.