Well, all of us except my husband and myself.
This year for the home made gifts for the kids, I did t-shirts. I've been having a lot of fun cutting heat transfer vinyl on my cutting machine. It cuts beautifully and I can make those specialty geek Ts that sell for so much in the online stores. This year we have two Doctor Who t-shirts (the girls on the end who are my biggest Doctor Who fans. Oldest girl's shirt says "Souffle girl" with a Dalek;) a Batman t-shirt that says "Because I'm Batman and I can say stuff like that."; a Ravenclaw T for my Potterhead; and two Star Trek/Japanese Ts.
The Batman shirt is a phrase that our 12 year old says all the time. It's his own catch phrase he just made up because he thought it sounded cool. More than half the time he uses a gruff movie Batman voice. It cracks me up.
The Japanese Kanji shirts are supposed to be "live long and prosper." The shirt in red reads correctly from right to left. The one in black I did first and then remembered that Japanese reads from the other direction. oops. Good thing the boy with the right T is the one that is actually learning Japanese. (He's our oldest girl's boyfriend. They were friends in high school and both went to the same college. They started dating this fall.)
I also sewed four of the five pj's pictured here. I didn't make the Batman fleece ones. The others are mine.
I kept things easy on myself this year. I had visions of great projects and super gifts, but halfway through the month I realized that I was working way too much to be able to follow thorough. I scaled back and I'm so glad I did. I was stressed, but I only had one bad emotional day. Letting go of the big dreams and doing less was absolutely the right decision this year.
I hope you all had a Merry Christmas. We were able to find some great deals and everyone ended up happy. That's always a good thing.