It's almost Christmas... the grocery stores are pack with people buying groceries and the shops are frantic with last minute shoppers. I prefer staying at home and enjoying the decorations, eating goodies, and sipping cups of hot chocolate.
No gardening for me over Christmas. I've already got my potatoes and carrots stored and ready for using on Christmas day. Other than that, I'll be reading some gardening books and making plans for 2013.
I'd like to wish all fellow bloggers a restful, enjoyable and happy holiday period and New Year. I always enjoy reading about other bloggers experiences, stories, gardening tips, recipes, etc. Hoping that 2013 will be a great year for gardening!
|Above: Rudolph ornament, hand made from felt over ten years ago.|
|Above: A little Christmas stocking decorated with sequins. I always enjoy making things and made this from a kit about twelve years ago.|
|Above and below: more handmade ornaments. The mouse and candy can is a cute idea. My mom made the gingerbread man below. She has two blogs, Cottage Living and Paintings by Egretta Wells.|
|The paper chain and paper angel (above) came from a book called "Christmas Decorations to Cut, Fold and Stick" by Fiona Watt. Fun for children and adults!|
Best wishes over the holiday period - Merry Christmas!
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