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Friday, December 6, 2013

Day 5 - Rustic Snowflake Ornament, news and some much needed comic relief.

Good morning everyone.
I apologize for not posting on my
12 Days of Christmas Celebration
 sooner this morning.

As I hinted at yesterday, our world has been turned upside down with the news that my sweet hubby has cancer.  He is scheduled for surgery on Monday, and is having additional scans as I type this.
Because of this sudden turn of events, I will most likely not be creating any more tutorials myself. 
I will still be sharing links to some wonderful creations and recipes by other artists, but I think for the remainder of this year's celebration, I need to concentrate on taking care of my husband and family.  I would like to ask for your continued prayers for my husband.

I hope that you will still come to visit and comment on my posts, even if they are not created by my hand.  I am very disappointed to not follow through with this annual event, because it brings with it the opportunity to bring some Joy, Fun and Creativeness to all of you. 

Today's tutorial is for a lovely 



Here are the supplies you will need
You can find the complete tutorial by clicking on HERE.

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I just had to share this picture of my grand-daughter, Allie.  Last night her Mom set her down in the kitchen while she was fixing dinner.  When her back was turned, Allie somehow managed to reach onto my shelf of supplies on the island, and pull out the instant coffee I use for staining....well...as you can see...the results were a mess and quite funny.  I just knew I had to share it with you all.  She seems to be saying......"Mess, what Mess?  I don't see anything!"
It's all over her clothes and the floor and gave us a much needed chuckle during this trying time.

I have finished these two final Santas for the season as well.  Haven't listed them yet, so if you are interested in purchasing them, just jot me a note, for more pictures and information.




Have a wonderful day everyone.

25 comments:

  1. Oh, Wendy, I'm so very sorry to hear about your husband :(
    I wanted to let you know that the leaves you waxed are still in excellent condition. Just love them especially knowing they are REAL! I wish you and your family the best. You and yours will remain in my prayers.
    }}Hugs{{
    Vicky

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  2. 2013 has been a trying year for your family. Keep praying for His will to be done and peace in your hearts, I will do the same my friend.

    Love the picture of Allie. That'll be one to drag out for blackmail...I mean sharing with special people in her life LOL!

    God bless,
    Kendra

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  3. The best post that you write will be the one that tells us your husband is healing and cured. That will be the best THE BEST post ever. Just take care of your family and trust that you both are in my daily prayers.

    Blessings and hugs.

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  4. Just take all the time you need for your husband and family, at this time. They for sure must come first.
    Our thoughts are with you.

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  5. Wendy sweet friend I know from Dad how hard and scary it is but the technology and Drs are so advanced now so trust in God for complete healing.Sending up prayers for you,hubby and family. Glad you are still finding the joy in little things.Hugs!~Amy

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  6. I have just found your blog, Am so sorry to hear your news, but know that my prayers are with your family at this time. Will be looking forward to hear some good news.

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  7. Dear Wendy, sending prayers for you and your Hubby......Blessings Francine.

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  8. Hi Wendy, I am so sorry about your husband, I will keep him in my prayers as well as you! I know everything will be fine! Thank you for sharing the tutorials when you have so much on your mind. And what a sweet picture of your granddaughter, I could just give her a kiss and hug, she is adorable. bunches of hugs, Lecia

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  9. I'm so sorry to hear this. Tim and I will pray for your hubby. You take good care of him.
    Oh ucky poo, coffee. I hope she didn't put any in her mouth. That is an awesome photo though. Good for future taunts :)
    I love your Santas! Merry Christmas my friend.
    Blessings,
    Carol

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  10. Oh Wendy, I am so sorry that your husband is ill. I will pray that God blesses your family and gives you strength during this difficult time. Know that you are in our prayers.
    xoxo

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  11. Wendy I'm so sorry about your husband. I for one would completely understand if you don't want to post at all during this time.

    May God hold your family close at this difficult time.

    Felicia

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  12. I was just blog hopping and saw your post. Sorry to hear your hubby is sick. Prayers being sent for a successful surgery and healing. Bless your heart, stay strong

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  13. Oh bless your sweet heart Wendy! You should have this time with your hubby and family! Please know I am keeping you in my prayers!
    Your granddaughter is adorable!
    Be blessed!
    Cindi

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  14. Oh, my Dear.....I am so sorry to hear about your husband. You know.... my own husband had colon cancer about ten years ago now. He had surgery and was fine after that. I was scared and prayed and prayed . My prayers were answered. I will be praying for your husband , you and your family until we hear he is home and fine. Maybe this was TMI but seems like when you go through something like my hubby did ...you want everyone to know that prayers are answered.

    Your little granddaughter is the sweetest of the sweets. So cute.

    God bless....

    Susannah

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  15. Wendy, I am so very sorry to hear this news. Sending positive thoughts that your dear hubbies surgery goes smoothly and healing energy for his full recovery. Much love and {{hugs}} to you and yours, Deb xoxoxoxo

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  16. I'll keep your sweet husband in my prayers and you too my friend. Take care and don't worry about anything else this month. Sending you bunches of hugs. I love your beautiful Santas and cute messy girl. HUGS, Diane

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  17. Heartily sorry dear friend, I will pray for him and for you, hugs and blessings.

    love the Santas and that sweet photo of your grand!

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  18. Your hubby is in my prayers, and you all too, it is such a hard thing to go through.
    VERY cute pic of the little one!

    Leaving this here, just in case...
    http://www.chrisbeatcancer.com/what-every-new-cancer-patient-needs-to-know/

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  19. I am so sorry to hear about your sweet hubby!I I have added you both to my prayer list. Hang in there and just concentrate on your family!
    Hugs,
    Lynn

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  20. Wendy, I'm praying for you and your family! Hope all goes well with the surgery on Monday and prayers for healing. What a sweet little grandbaby. She looks as innocent as can be but I bet she had a lot of fun exploring your cupboard! ~Roberta

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  21. So Sorry to hear about your Husband, Wendy.
    My thoughts and Prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time!
    Hugs!!

    Sandi

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  22. Wendy,my thoughts and prayers continue to be with you and your husband.I was so sorry to hear this news.God bless and big hugs,Jen

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  23. I am just now reading this post about your husband. Having been through the cancer journey with both my husband and myself, I can understand how you must be feeling. Praying that everything will turn out okay for him. Both my husband and me are now cancer free and I pray the same for your husband.

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  24. May God's hand be upon your husband and you and give you peace and healing. May you look to Jesus and thank Him for every day He gives. Prayers and Love, Laura R.

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  25. I love you, and I am praying for you!

    Big hugs!
    Heather

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