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Happy New Year 2021!

Happy New Year 2021!

Hello everyone! The new year 2021 has come! I want to congratulate all of you on this long-awaited holiday! May this year bring health, happiness, peace and prosperity to all of us. Love and kindness!

Happy New Year
Happy New Year

I thank all of you for your support and kind words! Believe me, this is very valuable for every master. Your feedbacks helps me feel needed and talented. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

This is our Christmas tree with my husband. We always try to combine old rare toys with new ones. Our Ded Moroz (Santa Claus) is 65 years old this year. Wow, this is a family heirloom! I am making some new Christmas tree decor myself. There are simply tatting, there are also tatting snowflakes in the resin. What are your family heirloom New Year? Perhaps you have interesting family traditions. Write in the comments, please. It is very interesting.

And, as always, I have a lot of new ideas. New year, new plans, new lace! The new project has already started. And I plan to finish the two designs I started (jewelry box and new earrings) in January. Therefore, subscribe to my blog, write your tips and questions in the comments. I’ll be happy to answer and help, as always!

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4 thoughts on “Happy New Year 2021!

  1. You button hearts are stunning!!

    1. Thank You so much, Deana!

  2. You asked about how tatters create heirloom tatting projects. I have been a genealogist for over 45 years so I love to share special items with my family. I designed a snowflake that allows me to use the thread that once belonged to family members that are no longer living. I have been making snowflakes that I will gift to my grandchildren when they get married. ( I have 10 grandchildren so this is a major project.) I have created 11 three generation snowflakes that when my grandchildren get them will give them thread that belonged to their grandmother, great grandmother and their great great grandmother. I am also making a snowflake that will have thread that belonged to my husband’s mother and her mother. I am also trying to figure out how I can gift bobbin lace that my husband’s great grandmother made and sent his grandfather from Slovenia. It is so delicate and beautiful that it needs to be shared in an archival way. Tatting is one of my favorite crafts that keep me going.

    1. Thanks so much, Kathy! This is an amazing story. I am amazed. An absolutely unique idea. And You are a sooooo happy grandmother! 🙂

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