Dec 06 2010

An Apron for Jordan

I was planning on giving the handmade apron for Jordan on Christmas Day but it was so stinking cute that I decided to give it to her ahead of time.  I couldn't wait any longer.  This is not "just an apron", it has little spaces to place each of her crayons, so she can use it in her craft room or she can use it in the kitchen and place her cooking tools in the little compartments. 

I had amazing helpers.  Thank you Lysanne for sewing the apron together and Therese for embroidering Jordan's name.  Jordan is super excited and enjoys it very much.  Imagine a scrapbook page with the candy cane designer paper that matches her apron.  I'll have to work on that!  I love the candy cane fabric.  Friday, I received my Occasions mini order, and inside was the new springtime vintage & Sweet Stitches fabrics, and I said to myself, Jordan needs two more with these fabulous fabrics.  They are wowsers!  If you are a demonstrator, you can preorder products from the mini since December 1st and for customers you will only be allowed to order starting January 4th when the mini goes live!

Candy Cane Christmas Designer Fabric
Price: $12.50


Remember yesterday, my team had done chunky frames.  Well my daughters each wanted one for their rooms.  I had extra frames from the ladies that canceled last minute so I let Megan and Lauren have theirs.  Well, they really impressed me!  Here is Megan who perfected, on her own a frame to match her room.



Also if you love Scrapbooking like I do, Join me for a Stamp-A-Rama Day in your pyjas on Dec 19th.  Details HERE

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3 Responses to “An Apron for Jordan”

  1. Cindy Majoron 06 Dec 2010 at 5:36 pm

    Wow, Kim, this apron looks amazing! So girly and frilly! And I LOVE the embroidered name – what a great finishing touch! Just lovely 😀

  2. Kimon 06 Dec 2010 at 5:44 pm

    Jordan loves it too:)

  3. Theresa Leonardon 07 Dec 2010 at 9:01 am

    Oh my…. what a great apron.  Which machine did you use to make her name?
    Too sweet.

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