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That's an awful lot of teachers...
You are such a nice soul Suse.I love that little gnome.I will bet your kids just love you to bits!!MeggieI cant be bothered jumping through more hoops for Beta- only to still be refused personal comment!
you are impossible! and sweet as all-get-out. where do you find the time????
So cute! They look great :)Emma
Oh Mama! You are a creative Mama!Oh, and look there are those trees again? I think I may have to post a tree picture nearer to Christmas.That gnome is gorgeous. A pocket gnome!
I love those little guys. I glued the hats on mine and then added a loop on top of the hat so they could hang on the tree. Adorable trees!
Adorable. I, on the other hand, have been listlessly lying on the couch channel-surfing in the evenings and feeling guilty for not having wrapped ONE present, nor sent any of the cards I carefully handmade.
Very, very sweet.Those recipients are going to be VeryVeryHappy!MsCellania
Lovely, lucky techers. I wonder if the gnome concept would translate to crochet? Like LC, I've been spending time on the couch. Only today it was in broad daylight...
You're a very generous, creative person. Very lucky teachers! I think the gnomes are adorable.Well, I'm signing off for a week or so as I have house guests over the holiday season. Best wishes for a safe and happy Christmas to you and your family Suse.
Love the little gnome but everything will be appreciated by the teachers I'm sure. I don't "do" teacher presents, I just give them my children for a year.
Suse - this is adorable! I looked on the site you referenced, but couldn't find the pattern for the little cork guy. I would love to show it to Hannah, I think she'd jump on it. Can you tell me where to find it?Thanks, and Merry ChristmasSinda
I've been trying to comment for days but blogger was against me. I love the little gnome. i'm sure the teachers will love all your little goodies. I don't "do" teacher presents, I just give them my children for a year.That's a pretty good present I think.
Whoops, i see my other comment did make it through cyberspace. You have the joy of reading my comment twice. Merry christmas, hope it is safe from fire worries.
Sinda/Daisy - pattern is hereShula - I have three children remember! So there are the class teachers, the art teacher, the craft teacher, the gardening teacher, the office ladies, the after-school-care ladies, the violin teacher, the Japanese teacher ... it goes on ... and on ...Ramona - love the idea of hanging the gnomes on the tree! Thanks!Babelbabe - how do I find the time? Well I have not made 'handmade' cards, I have bought a box but not written or sent any, not made Christmas cake or Christmas pudding, not wrapped a single gift ... um, I could go on.
lol! Yes, I see your point.Just wondering what the collective noun for teachers might be...Hey Janet, the gnome would translate to crochet easey peasey...
I love the gnome. Too cute. I have plenty of corks. I could probably make an entire gnome world. There might be a revolution though...
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