Sunday, December 11, 2011

Another 5 star TDIPT Swap!

Us TDIPT gals are in the midst of our Christmas swap, and let me tell you.....we all have donned our drool rags as they are needed and how!

We decided on a secret swap, so none of us knew who was sending to us, and that has really added to the fun, excitement, and anticipation!
We all fill out a questionnaire, so that we can tailor the gifts to our recipients tastes.


I was so surprised and delighted when my box arrived yesterday, from none other than Mandy of FiddleStix studios! Woohoo, I felt like I hit the lottery!

As you can see, Mandy put a lot of thought and time into making sure everything was wrapped and packed so pretty, and I felt like a child on Christmas morning when I began to open the box of treasures.



Just look at all of the goodies she sent to me!

The angel soap is not only beautiful, it smells sooooooo good!

BUT.......I saved the best for last. Just look at the beautiful handmade she created just for me! I am so happy to be able to add this guy to my collection of Santas! I am thrilled and delighted.

Thank you Mandy!

8 comments:

Tammy ~ A Primitive Place said...

WOW!! What an amazing swap!
Especially loved that Santa.
Tam

jennifer768 said...

Bet you did feel like a little kid on Christmas morning.LOL!That was a great swap! Love that Santa.Hugs,Jen

Dogpatch Primitives said...

thanks ladies. Yes, that santa is wonderful, isn't he?

Carol Roll said...

giggle well Patty you certainly got some goodies! How fun!

Theresa said...

Love your swap goodies they're fantastic!!!

Linda said...

Thanks so much for stopping by and following my blog...I LOVE your creations and am looking forward to following your blog, too!

Heirlooms by Ashton House said...

What a fun package of both edible and handcrafted delights! That santa is the sweetest. Mandy always does such beautiful work.

Ulla's Quilt World said...

Your quilts/crafts are so fantastic! It's so nice to find other quilters all around the world!
www.quiltworld2.blogspot.com
Yours, Ulla (from Finland)