Mimi Sue's Cottage

A home is much more than a house built of lumber, brick, or stone. A home is made of love, sacrifice, and respect. We are responsible for the homes we build. We must build wisely, for eternity is not a short voyage. There will be calm and wind, sunlight and shadows, joy and sorrow. But if we really try, our home can be a bit of heaven here on earth. Thomas S Monson







Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Festival of Trees 2010

 Festival of Trees was a huge success and lots of fun.  Oh, and LOTS of work. 
 So many creative ideas.  A snowman made out of a Christmas tree. 

Wreaths...

Beautiful handmade quilts.  Aren't the elf legs cute?

Gingerbread architecture...

Every single dime that was earned goes to the Primary Children's Medical Center for
medical care for kids. 

If you weren't able to go this year, there's always next year.  It's held the first weekend in December.
Save the date!

13 comments:

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/Lavender Hill Studio said...

What a fun time for a wonderful cause....thank you for sharing your pictures.
hugs,
penny

Donna said...

What a wonderful cause. Looks like it was lots of fun! Lots of ideas too.

Hugs,
Donna

Julie Harward said...

I wish it would go on all December, I know it can't but I love to go to it and have so enjoyed singing at it many times. I love the elf legs...so cute! ;D

A Vintage Chic said...

it all looks so wonderful! Would love to be able to go one of these years!

Hope you have a warm & cozy day!

Julie

Lallee said...

What a wonderful event. I would LOVE to have been there in person to see all the delights. The elf quilt is so cute!

Ferrill said...

I LOVE the Festival of Trees! The last two years, I've taken all my cute young women to it. This year, I'm no longer in YW, and I was sick and missed it. No fun! Thanks for posting your pictures!

Blessedmom's Simple Home said...

Sounds like a wonderful time, and so much beauty created for a worthy cause. Perfect for sharing the true meaning of Christmas. I love that elf quilt :-)
Blessings,
Marcia

Brenda Kula said...

How inventive! And the quilt: so cute!
Brenda

Connie said...

I've been to only one Festival of Trees! It is amazing what creative people can accomplish!

Beth at Aunties said...

Isn't it the most wonderful way to start the Christmas season? I am always amazed at all the creativity and LOVE which goes into it. I had a jaw surgery the Thursday it started and couldn't attend this year. I was so disappointed not to see our granddaughter and Miss P Mc Call dance on that Saturday.
Thanks for sharing your pictures and I know your mom was so lucky to have been in your home for so long. I wish my sweet mom would move in with us!~♥

Kelly said...

You are so good... what work! But what a great cause. I need to mark my calender and go... it's been ages since I've been.

cindy-stitches-n-stuff.blogspot.com said...

Hi my friend, you've been a busy little elf this year. Everything looks wonderful. We didn't get together to do a craft for Christmas, but I've sure we both have done a great deal. Let's get together sometime this next year. Have a wonderful Christmas.

big hugs
cindy@stitches

Manuela@TPOH said...

That looks like a fun event and such a wonderful cause. The snowman Christmas tree is something I've never seen before!

Manuela