I hope you all had a lovely Christmas.
Looking forward to blogging again regularly in 2017!
|LG Side Kick Pedestal|
|Catherine (Kate) Agnes Grana|
|The grand finale of the Christmas Spectacular is the Living Nativity - it is an incredible combination of narrative, music, costumes, and animals. It gives me chills just to think about it. I don't want to give anything away so let me just say the production brings the event to life in a way you will never forget.|
|Their decorating attempt (before the whole thing came crashing down) was hilarious! The ornaments only went up as far as they were tall!|
|My friend Jodie put together a beautiful Christmas in July package for me! Downton Abbey tea, a knitted Christmas Pudding ornament, and a mystery box|
|The mystery box revealed this beautiful commemorative mug for Queen Elizabeth II's 90th birthday and it was from Emma Bridgewater - how she knew that Emma Bridgewater is a favorite of mine, I have no idea!|
|Look at the beautiful handiwork in the holly leaves and berries - this is the Year of the Christmas Pudding - all of my new planner accessories are in this theme|
|This lovely card was in the package too - I love lanterns, they bring back wonderful memories of our family Christmas in Kettlewell|
|Nigella's Ultimate Christmas Pudding|
Photo by Lis Parsons
|I love this one mounted on a wooden heart - I don't see this shape available but there are others here|
|This is a decoupage idea on a round ornament|
|This tutorial will show you how to make this great framed piece|
|I pinned the photo from this post over at and then we all had tea|