Monday 16 March 2015

Gifted Gorgeousness March 2015

It's month three of Jo's SAL, Gifted Gorgeousness. I'm really enjoying taking part, all the details are on her blog post here.

It was Mother's Day here in the UK yesterday - I hope everyone had a lovely day with those you love and you shared memories of Mum's who in the past loved you. Philly came home from Uni for the weekend and we had a buffet lunch for the Grandmas.

My first gift this month are these cakes for my Mum and MIL - it's the first time I used my alphabet cutter for the icing.

Mother's Day cakes
Stitching wise you may have seen these 'gifts' already - I find some parts of the SAL tricky because if I'm stitching a gift I can't share the progress and I like to post once I can as well as posting for GG15 - so quietness then double posting hahaha

Gift for Philly's 21st birthday
A kit gifted to my by Angi at a Needlecraft Haven Meet Up
Victorian Posy by Rainbow Gallery
Valentine's card for Deb (Sweet Feet Exchange)
 I stitched the hearts on perforated paper and backed them with felt, they are detachable from the card to make an ornament. It took Postie 4 weeks to deliver my parcel to Deb in USA, a little late for Valentine's Day, I'm just glad it arrived.

I was so lucky to win Gillie's Primitive Hare Gifted Giveaway - as soon as the chart arrives I'll be kitting it up and making a start - because it's a gift to me I will be able to share the progress - I'll probably add it as my Thursday stitching on my rotation plan - thanks Gillie x

Happy stitching everyone - thanks for calling by :)


Vickie said...

I love what you made your daughter. I am glad you had a nice Mother's Day with family.
Congrats on winning the chart from Gillie.

DJ said...

Beautiful stitching! I'm sure your daughter loved her gift! I love the little Valentine, and how nice that it could be detached so she could display it! Congratulations on winning the chart!

Julie said...

Beautiful cakes, a lovely gift for your mum and MIL.

Congrats on winning the chart from Gillie. Lovely stitching as always.

jocondine said...

Results look great with your alphabet cutter, would like to known how to do cakes so tempting. Must agree 3 times with your "daughters make life so beautiful" xxx

Marie said...

You are very talented. Your cakes look amazing and how very sweet of you to make one for your mom and MIL.
That is a pretty design that you stitched for your daughter.
Congrats on your win!

Anonymous said...

very pretty

Mrs Milkybar Kid said...

Beautiful stitching, I love the card for Deb - a detachable ornament is a great finishing idea!

Christine said...

Lovely stitching Clare and the cakes look fabulous

Maggie said...

The cakes looks lovely Clare, hope they went down a treat :-)

Mii Stitch said...

The cakes look so delicious! What lovely presents ;)

Justine said...

I love your gift for your daughter and that beautiful Victorian posy. Your cakes look so professional! Hope you had a lovely Mothers Day xx

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Thanks for taking part in GG this month. I'm afraid that cakes don't count unless you send me a piece to taste LOL.

Love the design you stitched for your daughter and I'm looking forward to seeing the sampler started next month.

Marcy said...

Lovely stitching! Congrats on your win. I'll be watching to see it started.

Brigitte said...

Two beautiful gifts that you stitched. And what delicious cakes you made for your Mum and MIL. The perfect Mother's Day gift.

Mary - Lecoeurceltique said...

Lovely looking cakes and gorgeous stitching as always.

Stitching Noni said...

Your cakes look lovely - love the wording :o)
Your stitching finishes are great - lovely gifts.
What a great idea for a Valentine's card
Hugs xx