Celia Hart's blog about what's going on in and around her studio.
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Tuesday, 7 December 2010

PPPs Advent Calendar : day 7



Seven 'Zimbabwe Bird' chilli peppers
(seven hot suppers)

Taken using my iPhone and CameraBag/Original

I love the muted shades of winter,
but if you crave some warmth for the eye
instead of the belly, pop over to Silverpebble's
Splash of Colour for a cold December day.



You can visit more Advent Calendar blogs at:

Fan My Flame

Jamjar Art

Dragonfly

Happiness is a bottomless button box

77 Belle

Oodles, noodles, poodles and doodles


Tizduster

The patchwork dress

HandmadebyMia

Stitch&bake

Pebbledash

Art of Textiles

Quad Royal


If you're joining in with the Advent Calendar blog posts please let me know and I'll add your link.

Celia x

5 comments:

  1. There aren't enough chillies used as festive decorations if you ask me. I saw a little chilli wreath at Blackthorpe Barn last week but I have the urge to make a garland of dried chillis. Gorgeous. Thanks for joining in (and using that new fangled linky wotsit) x

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  2. Yes I spotted you had a clever linky wotsit! I wish I'd used that for the advent bloggers.

    Maybe I'll make mini chilli wreaths - no touching mind!!!!

    Celia
    x

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  3. Oh I've just discovered your advent calendar Celia! Lovely idea and lovely chillis!! I see Emma's been to Blackthorpe Barn already - I'm popping over there this weekend to buy the Christmas Tree:-)

    Off to check out Advent days 1 -6 now!!

    Jeanne
    x

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  4. Oh, I love what you are doing here with the numbers in the photos - and such lovely photos (wish I'd thought of that!! :) ) Great idea, looking forward to the count down - or up! Cx

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  5. Those tiny chillis are usually the fiery hot ones. I grew some that looked similar - Numex twilight - they were killers!

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