Simple Woman Summer Swap

When I got home yesterday afternoon from work I found a package from my Simple Woman Summer swap partner, Becky, on the front sunroom table. Inside was:


More Celtic Quilting book (I have the first one, so this is great)


A canning jar filled with sand and sea shells (I should add a couple of pieces of sea glass I found at Monterey)


An enamelled tin that was painted with cherries on it.

Thank you so much, Becky! 🙂

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I'm Michelle and live in Northern Nevada ~ beautiful mix of high desert and the Sierra.
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7 Responses to Simple Woman Summer Swap

  1. Becky says:

    Michelle,
    I am glad to see that you received it okay. I apologize for it not being much. Since it was my first one I was not sure what all to do. Thank you again for my wonderful gift – you did do amazing! I truly love it….you are very talented. Thank you for being my Summer Swap Partner.

  2. No worries ~ don’t apologize! Very cool gifties indeed!

  3. Mama Bear says:

    Don’t apoligize! I only sent what the rules said. After seeing all the lovelies everyone sent and received, I feel a little bad about my gift to my swap partner.

  4. Elizabeth says:

    What great gifts! You could put a votive inside a straight holder and nestle it in with those seashells, if you wanted!

  5. Elizabeth says:

    Just replying to the other comments…I think we all love what we send out and then when we see what others sent we have “sender’s remorse” sort of like at a shower when you think your gift isn’t good enough. I’ve been through all the swaps now and I think everyone got great stuff and everyone put a lot of thought into their packages.

  6. Deby says:

    This swap was fun, wasn’t it. I sure enjoyed it too…you sure did receive some beautiful gifts…
    Deby

  7. I agree. I sent something a little more as when I found out my partner was moving into a new home and will decorate Americana…and wanted to learn to quilt, I had do make the wall hanging. 🙂

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