I have been wanting to do a memory book/words of wisdom book for her for a long time, and I'm glad I finally had a chance to do it. I have been using my new Cricut to cut out letters, and have had a few goof ups on my part, such as putting the transfer tape on the wrong way, and having my cutouts unusable. I still have another day, hopefully I can do it right.
Here are a few pages of her book. I took her to Monterrey for a few days after she graduated from high school.
This is the cutout I have goofed up twice.
The other thing I have been working on, is a mini wall hanging she admired of mine, and wanted me to make her one.
I just need to quilt the sky and the borders. It is my own design, although the quote I saw somewhere, but no author was noted.
What I will be working on for my Slow Sunday Stitching is another one of these tea towels. The chocolate one by Stitcher's Revolution. I'll also be getting some applique ready for slow stitching next week.
Last week I did finish up my Kathy Schmitz One Stitch at a Time Club stitchery.
I'll be linking up to Kathy's Quilts for Slow Sunday Stitching. I appreciate this weekly motivation. Head on over and see what everyone has been up to. My favorite Sunday activity, other than slow stitching.