Yarn, Yorkshire and All Manner of Wonderful Things!

Nearly ready….

I charged at today, have been here there and everywhere. And an hour ago finally hand delivered local Christmas cards, and slowly it’s dawning on me that I can now relax, I either will or won’t fit in everything I planned ,so, I can enjoy the final days of preparation for a great big fat family Christmas. The adrenalin is draining away and I feel chilled and oh so HAPPY.

I have finished the “teddy” for Master H

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Thank you Jean Greenhowe for your wonderful patterns.

I made a simple , very simple table decoration

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From the top

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This was inspired by the materials I had to hand and a blog I read earlier this week- wish I had written down whose blog it was so I could thank them too.

One vanilla candle, in a glass pot and basket which had a hyacinth  in last year, anchored into some dry oasis, surrounded by glass beads, a string of beads and some baubles,. Simple.

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And this so effective vase of baubles- vase from a flower arrangement which I was sent for  a Mother’s Day a few years ago and baubles originally used when I went on a flower arranging course for Christmas two years ago. Again inspired by a blogger whose name I didn’t record.

Thank you.

How come this turquoise came out when Mopsy Rabbit looks blue not turquoise? ?

If you are looking for inspiration for Christmas decorations let me recommend two completely different bloggers approach..

First go to Penny for some fabulous mind blowing vintage treats

Penny

Then for a different natural approach try Annie

Annie

Fabulous!

 

 

 

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Comments on: "Nearly ready…." (5)

  1. Gosh, that cute snowman just took me down memory lane … I remember when someone knitted one each for my four children, each with a different coloured hat and scarf.

    Thank you for the bloggy mention m’dear … it’s very much appreciated 🙂

  2. I love your decorations. I hope that you are enjoying the festive season. x

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