Christmas was wonderful this year, as usual! Everyone was here and enjoyed the food and gifts. I'm busy today trying to clean and get my thoughts straight. The stencil arrived today and it is beautiful! I chose Gabrielle allover and it has two parts. It's very large, so I'm not sure if it will work on my little cabinet, but I'm going to try! I have it laying flat and weighted so that it can come un-rolled. It needs to be flat before I can use it. Did I mention that I received a Silhouette Cameo for Christmas? I was so surprised for I didn't expect one at this time! I thought I could download graphics like from the Graphics Fairy and use them on the machine but I can't seem to find out how to do that yet. If anyone who may read this post has done this, please leave me a comment on how to do it. I would really appreciate it. It's fun learning new things, but can be frustrating at times. I hope to go thrifting some time this week, hopefully tomorrow. I'll let you know what I find. Blessings from Bama!
|Since I can't afford a maid, this is the next best thing, Miele for wood floors.
|The blue package is the Silhouette Cameo.
|The dough ferments for 12-18 hours and tastes amazingly like sourdough!
|Hubs reading the Christmas story from Luke chapter 2.
|Smoking ham and turkey breast in the rain!
|Smoked ham and about to be smoked baked beans. They turned out delicious!
|Marinated slaw made with a whole head of cabbage. It didn't make much, and none was left!
|Son sneaking a bite of ham.
|Winterlynn, Woody, and stilettos!
|They loved playing in the box the best!
|My Dad got in this picture!
|What's left of the bread!
|The bread cooked in this dutch oven, in the oven.
|He tears up his bed and looks like this!