Friday, January 7, 2011

Another Handmade Gift

I already shared about the beautiful gift my husband made for me here.

During the week leading up to Christmas, Blondie kept telling me how excited she was to give me my Christmas present that her and Dad made for me.

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  From what Dad tells, it was all her idea and he just helped her implement it.

On Christmas morning, with all of her presents under the tree, she insisted that I open my present from her first

This is what I received…

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It is a three section wood box, covered in sheet music.  You can read about the sheet music mother load I hit a few months back here.

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If you were wondering, Blondie is 10.

I figured out today how use it in the prettiest and most prominent way I could think of.  On our coffee table filled with pinecones, some greenery and assortment of old hardware.

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Here are a few more views…

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I am feeling like a pretty lucky Mom.

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Hope you are having a great day, we had a snow day here, yeah!

I will be sharing this lovely item with some of the parties on my sidebar!

Take care,

Laura

20 comments:

Laura Sennott said...

And you should! So very sweet of her, and I love what you added to it. My daughter is 16 now and we don't create much together but I dream of a day that we will again! Blonde, what a wonderful gift! Way to think outside of the box.

Tanya said...

That is adorable...what a crafty little girl you have! So sweet. I can't wait till my boys are old enough to make me homemade gifts. She did a wonderful job!

Renee @ where the grass is greener said...

Wow, she must take after her mom, well, and dad for that matter. What a great gift and beautifully done!

Eileen @ Cottage Beach House said...

This is so pretty. It looks just great with the greens in it too! What a thrill for you on Christmas morning! And so sweet for her to be so excited that she wanted you to open it before she opened her gifts!

Meg said...

Oh, what a beautiful, personalized gift! Your daughter obviously knows what you love! Lucky mom!

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michelle said...

Laura what a precious gift she made you! She is extremely talented like her mamma!! :) I would have loved to see your face when you opened it, I bet you about cried, or maybe you did :) So sweet and I love where you put it.

I hope you had a good day today and have a wonderful weekend!

Tami / Maddie Lumpkin said...

How sweet is that! Very cute and perfect on the coffee table.I think your daughter has some talent!

Mariesa M. said...

That's soo pretty! Your little girl must have got her crafty skills from her mom!
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sweet european dreams said...

Now that I'm a mom I realize how incredibly special handmade gifts are. Don't you love it that she was just as excited for you to open the gift - so sweet. Congrats on having such a crafty family - very fun! -diane

Barbara Jean said...

so very sweet!!

blessings

barbara jean

Korrie@RedHenHome said...

What a lovely gift, from an even lovelier little girl!

Carmen @ Life with Sprinkles on Top said...

Like mother, like daughter, huh? She's just as creative as you. I love the box! Tell her I said WELL DONE! :)

Heidi said...

What a precious gift! And you displayed it so lovely. I'm sure she is beaming!

Anonymous said...

Nice job, Blondie :) Love you guys!

Kathy said...

Oops, that was from me, not anonymous :) kathy

Katie @ On the Banks of Squaw Creek said...

How beautiful! I love the sheet music, and the way you accessorized it was perfect! Great job, Blondie and Mom!

Sandy@Life Began In A Garden said...

A lovely gift from a lovely girl!

Mom in High Heels said...

What a sweet gift! She's a super crafty little girl. Hopped over from Tatertots and Jello.

Elizabeth said...

How fun! It turned out great! Would love for you to come visit me at Sew Chatty and link up to Made With Love Monday! The party will be open all week if you'd like to link up multiple projects. Have a great day! http://sewchatty.blogspot.com

Amy Kinser said...

What a creative young lady you have there. Your box is gorgeous! Tell her a lady in Tennessee said GREAT JOB!