Friday, December 6, 2013

It's Been a Christmas Crazy season!

Well, it's been pretty crazy around here for a few months! Time to finally start winding down the bottle brush trees. I will be listing the last of them in the next few days.
I thank each and every one of you for stopping by and thank all  of you for the very Kind comments you have written to me! I would also like to "Welcome" any new followers to my blog! I have finally started putting the crafting stuff away....You know, right before Thanksgiving my kitchen and living room start looking like a florist lives here! It has been pretty interesting. I really enjoyed making the jewelry wreaths this year. My appreciation is with people that make them all the time, they are very time consuming, but very gratifying.....

So, now is the time to enjoy! I have putting up my tree and doing some decorating. Next project: wrapping those presents for the grandchildren!

Those darn "Night" photos, they never turn out to good.

Well, Henry and I are ready for a little break...pardon my bed, I didn't get it made today! Time to get ready for the New Year! Make a few New Years resolutions...think of some new "Christmas" ideas and of course, time to start collecting!

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The Bear's Blog said...

I love your work. And about not making the bed, who cars, as long as Henry is comfortable. Same at our house - DOGS RULE!

Merry Saturday.

Denise said...

Hi,I'm Your newest follower.Found You through Joyce's blog :) Your artwork is gorgeous. I'm right now trying to make a similar tree

Bohemian said...

I'm so glad to have discovered your Lovely Blog this Evening while at Cindy's Blog Party. Your Creations are Enchanting and bring the Magic of Christmas to Life in a Feast for the Eyes!

Merry Christmas from the Arizona Desert... Dawn... The Bohemian

Marfi-topia said...

gorgeous work as usual!!!
merry Christmas:)

KathyB. said...

Oh my goodness, I love your creations ! Beautiful, just beautiful.

I know what you're talking about regarding putting the crafting stuff away. I make a lot of things to sell, and also give as gifts. Sometimes though the clutter of crafting stuff gets in the way of my enjoyment of the season. But I cannot imagine a holiday without it and I guess the clutter has become my own tradition. :)

Happy New Year to you. ( BTW, Henry is so cute )