Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Last projects of 2013 ...part two.

Let's get on with the show and tell.I promise that there are not many more.I need to make wood hornbooks for each of these before I consider them finished.



 This one is made to  fit on one of the small Altoid tins.
 And last but not least of all is the ice skates tuck that I made for another dear friend.
So you see I told you we would go punching together.I do love to punch and have been drawing up a few new pieces for Spring. 
As this  year closes I am working on a cross stitch design,it is the largest I have attempted.I am hoping to have it finished for Spring but it might just take me to Spring 2015 .LOL! Thanks for taking the time to check out my projects.

Happy New Year my dear friends! God Bless you all! I have no big plans for tonight other than stitching.Whatever your plans are I hope they go smoothly and safely.Blessings,Jen

17 comments:

Primitive Stars said...

Love them all, so wonderful, Happy New Year, Francine.

Mugwump Woolies said...

Oh Jen, they are wonderful...every single one of them! You have been a busy girl!
Have a Happy New Year!
Robyn

HomeSpunPrims said...

Jen,
Each piece is wonderful! I am getting in the mood to do some pn soon. Wishing you and yours a blessed new year and many happy memories. Hugs, Lori

Raggedy Creations said...

they are all so pretty Jen.

Happy New Year

Felicia

Shirlee said...

Ditto what I said in my comment on your previous post. You have a real talent, my friend! Maybe we can get together one day & you can help me with my pitiful attempts at punchneedling & I can help you with your cross stitch : )

Countryfolk Keepsakes said...

Oh my! I love them too!! ♥
Happy new year, Jen!!
Blessings for 2014!

Hillcresthome Prims said...

Jen my Sister,
I LOVE everyone of those projects that you did.
They are BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!

Love and Hugs,
Tricia XOXO

Kendra said...

Oh they turned out wonderfully. I wish I had the patience to punch needle...maybe I just need to practice more because I just love the way it looks when it is done, so beautiful.

Happy New Year!

My poor ducks have not been outside in weeks because it has been so frigid outsid...they may actually be looking forward to warmer weather than I am LOL! Hope the gang is all doing well at your home!

Kendra

Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

Wonderful designs Jen, you are so very talented! Wishing you and yours a very Happy New Year and may it bring you peace, joy and good health. Can't wait to see what you come up with in 2014, I know it will be fabulous! Deb

Three Sheep Studio said...

I love your punchneedle projects !
I save every type of tin, and make covers for them !! (both punchneedle and wool applique) I was so surprised to see you punched a cover for an altoid tin !! Like minds !
Rose

Robin at The Primitive Hutch said...

Love them All!!!
I took a class this past summer on punch needle and haven't done much since then. I really need to make some more ~ Thanks for the encouragement!!!
Happy Stitchin' ~ I'm sure your x-stitch project will turn out fine ~ you are very talented!!!
Happy New Year!
Blessings
Robin

Barb said...

WOW Jen they are all fabulous!
Wishing you only the best in the New Year!
Enjoy,
Barb

Julie Zakrzewski said...

Hi Jen,
Everything is just wonderful!!! Learning punchneedle is on my "to do" list, along with rug hooking and re-visiting cross stitch!! You do beautiful work and I wish I could become one of your pupils!!! One of these days I will learn.......hopefully, this year!!
Have a wonderful week and a Happy New Year!! Thanks too, for your sweet comment on my blog!!
Warm Hugs~
Julie

Raymond Homestead said...

I love these Jen!

Laura Rhodes said...

Great job!

Gettysburg Homestead said...

I LOVE all of them!!!! Great job!

Margs Primitive Quilts said...

I Just LoVe them all.