Thursday, July 1, 2010

Christmas in July

It is probably too early for most people to think about Christmas but I've got a lot of crafting and sewing to do. I have started to design my Christmas aprons and stockings. I posted some last night in my Etsy Shop. Between my full-time day job and raising my kids as a single mom, I figured I better put on my Elf hat and start working.
The "FUN" part of any holiday are the parties. It is time to gather with family, meet new friends, and share some cheer. One of the things I love about blogging is meeting people that are creative, inspiring, and filled of wisdom. There are so many Friday Friend Follow parties and Crafty Friday Parties too!

I wish a safe and happy July 4th.
Yoli :)


  1. Your Christmas apron is so cute! I've started working on my handmade christmas gifts already also :)

  2. No I don't think it is too early I think you are smart to start now.
    I am thinking about opening a little gift shop and if I do I would love to put your work in it.
    So keep sewing Christmas will be here before we know it

  3. I love Christmas in July!! Christmas is only 6 months away and I am so excited!! Love the stockings!! Very fabulous!

  4. Thanks so much for stopping by and following me! I am now your newest follower! I LOVE your aprons..very cute and creative :)


  5. Hello, I'm new to this Friday follow but it sure seems like fun and it can be quite meaningful too. Love the idea you have here of Christmas in July and the way you Love the LORD and share about Him...Imagine your Christmas in July idea will inspire others also. Do pop by my blog when you get a chance,,OK..
    Blessings and Hugs Dena

  6. I love aprons, very cute!

    Stopping by from Smart and Trendy Moms: Social Parade! I'm your newest follower!

    Have a great weekend!

  7. Hi! Here from New Friend Friday. Your aprons are absolutely adorable!

  8. Oh wow, Yoli you are so talented! I'm so jealous! I had once thought to take up sewing so I could make aprons...of course I can't sew nor do I own a sewing machine, but the thought was such a pleasing one. Now I'll live vicariously through you...I'm off to check out another one of your posts...I saw one with the word of 'chocolate' in the title!