Christmas Day

Christmas day brought turkey, stuffing and those oh so good mashed potatoes.   My son Doug and his fiancé Elke arrived from Germany on Christmas Eve.   Luggage was lost, but the Christmas spirit was not.  Lufthansa delivered the lost luggage to our house 6PM Christmas day!  They tried really hard to get it here, and we live a good hour 1/2 from the airport! 

Table is set 

The Christmas table was set by Doug and Elke.  The table cloth is a gift made by my friend Barbara, who blanket stitched trees, reindeer and Santa’s around the border!   And, next to the adult table, was a special table for our grandkids…

Kids Table

That’s sparkling cider (not champagne) served in those Target polka dot glasses!  And do you recognize that little Target tree? 

And after dinner, we opened presents.  Elke tried on the robe we got her, and Chelsea tried on her new sweater.  Hummm, wonder who likes their present the best?

Casual Christmas Chelsea

Hope your Christmas was wonderful!  Now it’s time to get organized.  I’ll be back with some tips to help just in case you’re in the organizing mood too! 

Hugs,

Anne

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  • Blessedmom's Simple Home - Your table looks like a winter wonderland. I'm thinking Elke likes her present a little better :-) I love those photos!
    Blessings,
    MarciaReplyCancel

  • Marj - The look on Chealsea's face is priceless. Glad that you had a wonderful Christmas.ReplyCancel

  • sewpam63 - Happy Holidays and magical memories to you and yours, Anne!!!

    Thanks sew much for your wonderful A Tisket A Tasket BOM throughout this year. It's been a real pleasure sewing with you all! : )

    Have a safe New Year and blessed 2010!ReplyCancel

  • mascanlon - Wonderful table, full of sweetness and joy it looks like. Looking forward to the organizing tips, I am determined to start the year with a redone sewing space!ReplyCancel

  • RC - Your Christmas table is beautiful! So is your son's fiance. Poor little Chelsea sure doesn't look like she likes her new sweater. LOL ;-)ReplyCancel

  • Barb - Love your table setting….and glad you had a wonderful Christmas!!ReplyCancel

  • Miss Jean - Everything looks beautiful. The little Target trees are so cute. Wish I would have seen them.

    I'm cleaning my sewing room today so any organizing tips are more than welcome!

    Happy New Year!ReplyCancel

  • Rebecka - Oh Chelsea, your face says it all! Anne, your Christmas table is beautiful!!ReplyCancel

  • Barb - What a beautiful Christmas you had! Your grandchildren are so precious and your son and his fiance are beautiful and then there is Chelsea – so adorable! Where was Bitsy?

    Happy Holidays to all of you and your family, and thank you again (a million times wouldn't be enough!!) for sharing your beautiful creativity with the rest of us.

    May peace prevail on earth!ReplyCancel

  • Jodie - I remember sitting at the kids table when I had Christmas as a child – there was always lots of giggles and the occassional spill of course.ReplyCancel

  • Bev - We love your blog and your designs! We linked to your blog and bought some of your patterns from Moda. Just re-ordered (after only a week) because they are flying out the door! Happy New Year and cheery wave from Bev http://44thstreetfabric.blogspot.comReplyCancel

  • Carrie P. - Your Christmas Dinner table looks so lovely.
    Your family is darling too.
    Chelsea is not to happy. Looks like she needs a bigger size. Just a tad, Chelsea. lolReplyCancel

  • JKW - OH, Chelsea is saying, I get THIS (sweater) and not THAT (turkey). What a cute expression (((Hugs for the pups))) Blessings, JanetReplyCancel

  • mimi'sdarlins - Anne, thanks for sharing your beautiful family photos! Looks like your Christmas was wonderful, ours was too. Snow, snow everywhere (nearly 12" fell over two days!), but most managed to slowly make the in-town trips needed to spend Christmas together, some postponed til New Year's Day.
    Thanks also for a wonderful year of beautiful monthly patterns…Happy New Year!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - très jolies décorations
    bernadetteReplyCancel

  • Annie - I don't remember from my childhood the kids table being that fun!

    I am sure Chelsea has that expression because any respectable gal who is having a Christmas photo in a new outfit is usually holding their breath! lolReplyCancel

  • Brenda - Not certain that Chelsea likes what she got for Xmas. The look on her face is priceless.ReplyCancel

  • Maria Jové - Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
    xxoo
    mariaReplyCancel

  • Sharon (Stitches on Mars) - Chelsea does look a little mournful, perhaps she was hoping for nibblies :D
    Hugs,SharonReplyCancel

  • brigette - Looks like everyone had a wonderful time…. except Chelsea looks completely humiliated. I promised her that next year she could just have some cat food instead. Cat food is right up her alley. Collegiate pink sweaters? Not so much.ReplyCancel

  • SEO Los Angeles - I am very happy looking at these photos. It seems that you really have a very wonderful Christmas. Love it!!!ReplyCancel