Monday, January 4, 2010

Kritter Kabins

These 'Kritter Kabins' are one of the gifts I made for my
sweet little granddaughters for Christmas!
They are made from a 1980's McCall's pattern
that I had made for my youngest daughter when
she was small.

Setting in the windows and shutters.

Window boxes with flowers


Putting them all together

Miss Morgan's Blue Mouse House
(The Mouse Family is yet to move in!)

Raegan's Pink Rabbit House
(because pink is her favorite color!)

(I need to get busy and finish the Kritters!
Mr. Rabbit is lonely without his family
and the Mouse House can't wait empty for too long!)
Finished Kritter Kabins!

I have been trying to give handmade gifts
at Christmas each year.
Do you make homemade gifts?


Nadine said...

Those are so cute! What a lovley gift...and made with love, which makes it even better!


Anonymous said...

We love this idea. We made handmade caps & small quilts this year for gifts. Thanks for posting this idea.


Marqueta said...

What a lucky little girl to have such a nice grandmother! :) She will have something to treasure her whole life.

Thanks so much for sharing!



Anonymous said...

Yes, I make handmade gifts also and they are so much fun to give :)

My little niece would like something like this, would you share the pattern # and maybe I'll be able to find it?



Kelley said...

How darling!
Your granddaughters are blessed to have you! *Ü*

The Watts Family said...

Those are absolutely wonderful cute you did a beautiful job on those. They will be a cherished gift indeed. Loved all the pictures ~Blessings Heather

cheri said...

These are so cute it hurts!

Beautiful pear tree lane said...

Oh! My! how blessed your granddaughters are, They are so adorable. I always admire people who are gifted with their hands, . I am hoping to be able to find more time this year to try and learn a new graft.

LDH said...

Oh, Lady Farmer,

These little Kabins are so cute and so much work to create! When Abbey was little I bought her one similar (but not nearly as nice) and she played with it for years. We have it packed away with her childhood treasures. You did a spectacular job on these with all the detail.

A treasure that will become an heirloom!

Thanks for sharing!

shelia said...

Oh I LOVE THESE! so darling.
Last year i made almost all my gifts...but somehow this year got away from me. Hopefully next fact these little houses are very inspiring! :)

Mrs Snell said...

Sew Beautiful!! :)

Sharon said...

How adorable Raeann!!!

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Vivianna said...

Simply precious :~)