A while ago a made a wreath to welcome spring. I still love my bright colorful wreath, but I've been feeling like I needed to either go wreathless on the front door for awhile, or make a new wreath. Then I got the great idea to make a wreath to welcome my little boy. And a new wreath was born.
I'm calling it my "It's a boy" wreath. After two ultrasounds confirming that I'm having a boy, I thought it was safe to make a gender specific wreath.
I used a straw wreath, wrapped almost a whole skien of yarn around it,
made several yo-yos for embellishments,
and then added a small bunting stamped with scrapbook stamps and fabric paint.
I think this will be a nice way to welcome all our guests who will come and see our new little bundle of joy, and maybe it will deter some people from ringing the doorbell and waking up my sleeping baby. (I'm assuming my baby will be a good sleeper. George still hasn't figured out how to be a good sleeper, so I'm crossing my fingers and praying this little boy will get it all figured out quickly!!)
I think this finishes up my sewing to do list for my baby. I'm sure there are several other things I could dream up to sew for him, but for now I'm considering myself done.
Next on my list is a dress or two for Grace. You know because she can't go into summer without a couple of handmade dresses. Here's to hoping I can find the energy to stay up late and sew her a few. If not, luckily I live down the street from a Target. Thank you Target for always having my back!