Jan 7, 2007

First Finish of 2007


I stayed up late last night to finish up the backstitching on this bookmark. It came from a kit by Bucilla called Brass Stitchables Hummingbird Bookmark. As you can probably guess, the bookmark is made of brass.

This counts as #9 toward my Project Challenge. Projects Completed so far:

1. Therapy Bookmark
2. Cardinal Snowflake Ornament
3. Freedom
4. Yummy Gingerbread Man Ornament
5. Santa Ornament
6. Gingerbread House Ornament
7. Ascot Albert Ornament
8. Winnie the Pooh Bookmark "Let's Bee Friends"

Nine down... One to go!

18 comments:

valda said...

Very pretty! Congrats on your finish!

Anonymous said...

What a gorgeous bookmark, Meari! Congrats on the finish.

stitcherw said...

That's lovely! I haven't seen one done with the brass before, very striking. Congrats on such a pretty finish.
Sue

Anonymous said...

Meari this is pretty! I've never seen a kit come with a brass bookmark before. Is this for you??

Anonymous said...

Pretty bookmark. Congrats on your first 2007 finish.

Lisa said...

Beautiful!

monique said...

very pretty bookmark!

Anonymous said...

Pretty bookmark, I've never seen these before, but I like them!
Congrats on another finish off your list.

:)
Petra

CSF

Anonymous said...

That is just lovely! I have thought of doing a brass bookmark as well. It turned out wonderful!

Anonymous said...

It's a beautiful bookmark. Well done.

Jenna said...

Woo! Gorgeous! It's a good thing that I'm on the project bandwagon, or my clicky finger would have been very active on Bucilla's site just now. ;)

Anonymous said...

Beautiful bookmark. Congrats on another finish!
Barb in TX

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful bookmark Meari!! I love hummingbirds. Congrats on your project challenge progress!

Dee in TN said...

Congrats... on #9. Lovely...
HUGS, Dee in tN

Anonymous said...

ooh very pretty. Congrats on your first finish of 2007! :)

Anonymous said...

the bookmark is beautiful.

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful bookmark, Meari! To my quite discerning eye, this looks like a Pamela Kellogg design.

Anonymous said...

Very pretty!