Wacky, Tacky Christmas Celebrations

>When the Tacky Christmas Party was planned, everyone geared up to dress their craziest.

Just hangin’ out in our Christmas best…


don’t be jealous of our rockin’ style.

Yes, I am wearing a Christmas onesie. It was a Christmas tradition for my grandmother, Mamoe, to give all the little grandchildren matching pajamas each Christmas. Since I’m the only unwed grandchild over the age of 8, I don’t get to match everyone else anymore, so last year I picked myself out this fab onesie.

The party punch was a success to say the least. And we had fun being tacky crazy people all Saturday night.

doesn’t Cynthia look like she’s attending an 80s office party?

Life has been cuh-razy, and I can hardly remember the last time I had a lazy Sunday.

Enter… yesterday, a.k.a., a bLyss Designs workshop day.

I set up shop and cranked out about 8 wine glasses in one day!  I still have a bunch of finishing touches to make, but I am happy with my completion of Christmas Orders.

one of the many finished products!

Personalized orders are my favorite to make, and I had lots of ’em!  I can’t wait for my friends who ordered these to give these glasses to their friends.

Plus, ABC Family was generous enough to provide me with a full-day Harry Potter marathon.  What more could a girl ask for? πŸ™‚

Happy Monday to all!


4 responses to “Wacky, Tacky Christmas Celebrations

  1. >I have 2 comments to make:1) Could I look more like the token asian in the pic of us holding you?? I mean dear God, my eyes aren't even visible; they're just 2 tiny little slits at the top of my face. There might as well be a bubble coming from my mouth saying "Seasons Gleetings!"2) This is a direct quote from a convo I had w/ Brent yesterday: Brent: "I just ran into the house to say goodbye to everyone, and Alyssa was painting glasses, Seth was watching TV, and James and was puking."Me: "Hmmm, something tells me that might be a pretty standard Sunday at that house."

  2. >hahahah i love the onesie! this whole page is too cute ❀

  3. >@Bethanyaahahaha, so true. a typical Sunday at 69th street. I was a painting machine, and James was completely out of commission. I'm in love with both you, your hilariousness, AND your token asain status in that pic. It's all good – we needed a little biracial flava anyway πŸ˜‰ heehee!

  4. >@Aasiaand THANKS, aaisy! I miss youu, and so glad you like the bloggety blog. πŸ˜‰ let's do something soon!

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