So many beautiful lights... everywhere! And lots of fun shops, I think we might have missed a few.
Um, no thanks.
I see you, darn frog!
And I was loving the moonflake!
This sweet Gazebo had gingerbread scenes on exhibit.
The categories were Traditional, Authentic Reproduction, 3-D, Movie or TV Set, Student, Kids Only and a new one, Philly Pride.
I didn't take pictures of them all, but I still took a lot! So creative and fun.
A fun, wisk Christmas tree.
We had a phone in our room, but it was a little hard to order room service with it not being connected!
We missed breakfast at the Inn, but Nancy's Village Cafe was recommended - it was wonderful!
Having some last minute fun with a picture in a picture, unfortunately hard to see.
And then before I knew it, it was Christmas!
I didn't ask for any stitchy stuff because quite honestly, I have enough to keep me busy for a very long time. But that's not to say I wasn't tempted.
Although I did receive Mermaids from my three boys! The fabric in the lower right corner will be made into a blanket as soon as Gman1 has the use of his arm back after his surgery.
A couple of days later we went to celebrate our belated Christmas with Oma and Opa.
In stitchy news, I had gotten this at Joann's when they were on sale and stitched this little guy.
It's nice enough, but the white is NOT white after I stitched it. You can barely tell his pink face. I guess it's from the holes? Any thoughts?
This sled was almost finished but I hadn't added the cat yet. Then I decided that it was meant for Gman1's gf, C, and added Finn to it!
Here's the sweet boy, but he's much bigger now!
Next time... update on my Momma's birthday!