"We are going to focus on LIFE for Katya. I believe, one day, she will amaze the world."

Dr. Ben Carson on Katya Dueck

Friday, January 21, 2011

More Creations


The fun stuff! More things made in our non-smoking home from high quality fabrics.

Charity made and sold these organic lavender sachets. Such a wonderful yummy smell!



With velvet hanging loops . . . the perfect size to slip into a card!

Or just enjoy hanging around your house!


Charity  loves to find a creative view.

Kristina was about ready to go to bed, but when she had a chance to be the photographer's helper, she jumped for it! She was thrilled to get to help do something to help bring Katya home!


Charity might consider making some more in assorted fabrics if you asked really, really nicely. ;-) Sold in sets of 3 for $10.00 a set.

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An upscycled apron from an 'Old Navy' skirt. Charity carefully removed the zipper, hemmed up the edges and added ties in a perky polka-dot fabric. Charity says the apron reminds her of lemon-aide and strawberries! Just right for Valentine's or Spring--or any time really! Charity says that it's the kind of fun apron that would put a smile on her face in the mornings! It just might on yours too!



100% cotton and machine washable and dryable as a good apron should be.



32.5 inches across the apron, with the ties adding an additional approx 28 inches on each side. My size 8/10 daughter can wear it by bringing the ties around in front and knotting them, which looks really cute, and it will work well for larger sizes too with the apron tied in back--both options shown below.  Around 23 and 3/4 inches long, this sweet half-apron is just waiting for a buyer!





Asking $16.00 for this, and that includes shipping. You can pay via PayPal or Check. Shoot me an email at: phdfam@gmail.com if you are interested. Thank you for helping to bring Katya home!

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