Dec 14, 2014

Me again

Hey.  What's happening?  Forgot to show how I hang ornaments from wall baskets.  I had a few emails asking, but can't find them now.  Other computer maybe? 
It's simple - just insert a thin nail or straight pin with a head into the outer rim of the basket, straight down.  Keep stabbing until you find a spot, leave it up about 1/2" and hang your ornament.  Use a magnet to pull the pin out should it fall all the way in.


It works great for flat back baskets too.

 
Jingle Bird is almost finished and I am feeling better today.  Why?  I talked to my sister and she can barely speak.  She just can't get her breath so the sooner this is done the better.   80% get their breath back, 20% do not.  We're thinking positive, still anxious, but it has to be done.
Thank you all so much for your prayers and good wishes.

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19 comments:

Mary said...

Only good thoughts for Carole tell her we are all pulling for a great outcome.

Berit said...

Love your Santa displays; thoas BoaFs! The one with the Boat! I need a boat-Santa in my life. :D

I also stitched that MG; my finishing is different (lol, of course!) love seeing it.

Best to you and sister; good things are in your future!

Robin said...

I always enjoy seeing your displays, Marly! Praying for your sister and her upcoming procedure.

Robin in Virginia

WoolenSails said...

Beautiful pieces and a nice idea for baskets. I usually put punch needle on mine, but this is a nice way to do them without permanently attaching them. I do like the square one, have seen them in stores and that is really a nice way to add greenery with the pieces.

Debbie

Maureen said...

Good wishes and positive thoughts continue for your sis and for you. I admire your "push through it" attitude.
Your baskets look great in their Christmas attire!

Melissa said...

Gosh, everything looks so wonderful! I just mentioned on my blog how I enjoy your displays!

Vickie said...

Wonderful decorating Marly.
So many of us are praying for Carole. You tell her that. Hang in there. Almost time to get it done!!!

rosek1870 said...

Praying for a good outcome. Beautiful decorating!
Hugs
Rose

Barb said...

We will all be praying for your sister! Thanks for the idea on how to hang the samplers.

Rugs and Pugs said...

I just love your little stitcheries.
Prayers for your sister.
Hugs :)
Lauren

Sandra Sullivan said...

Hoping so much for a wonderful outcome to Carole's procedure and with it much good health and peace of mind. All of you so deserve it. Love all your Christmas decorations. So admire you for being able to do creative things when you are so worried. Sandra

Vera said...

Love your baskets and the nail displays. You are a clever one, for sure. Continued \prayers for your sister...and you too Marly.

C. M. Designs said...

I LOVE seeing your "stitches" displayed. You just keep giving me ideas. Thank you ! Beautiful work.
I will be there with you and Carole in spirit on Wednesday. She HAS to feel better.
Big hugs for both of you.
Charlotte in Va.

Annmarie said...

You have a way to display your stitching that highlights the piece and adds warmth-all are lovely. So many friends praying for you and Carole must be encouraging for you both. Know you are not alone since our thoughts and prayers will continue.

Margaret said...

Keep thinking positive. It helps to know the procedure must be done. Continued prayers for you and for Carole. It will be good. (Love all your stitching and decoration. You are always a clever one with such things.)

P.J. said...

Love your style!!! Your baskets and ornaments are wonderful. May your days be merry and bright!

Vonna, The Twisted Stitcher said...

YOU are the woman Marly! :) Love your decorating!

laceystitcher said...

Wow! Great ideas, stitching, and photos. Thank you for sharing. Prayers going out for you and your sister; bless you both.

Pam in IL said...

Cute ways to display the ornaments. Keeping you and your sister in my thoughts and prayers.

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