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Monday, 13 December 2010

PPPs Advent Calendar : days 11, 12 & 13

Yesterday we bought our Christmas Tree
– a tree grown on a Suffolk farm –
it's ready for the decorations . . .

Eleven ceramic hearts and stars
and tin doves

Taken using my iPhone and CameraBag/Helga

Twelve glass baubles

Taken using my iPhone and CameraBag/Helga

Thirteen red and gold paper hearts
and little Ukrainian dolls

Taken using my iPhone and CameraBag/Helga

Thank you for the kind comments on the previous post,
in fact life is easier now there are practical things to organise
and we've started to enjoy the festive season.

C x

You can visit more Advent Calendar blogs at:

Fan My Flame

Jamjar Art


Happiness is a bottomless button box

77 Belle

Oodles, noodles, poodles and doodles


The patchwork dress




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


  1. Love the glass baubles. I have glass icicles hanging from my living room light. Will now have to look for baubles!

  2. ooo---the glass baubles are lovely!

  3. What beautiful decorations you have. My favourites are the tin doves... or maybe the glass baubles. I'll be getting out my printed PPP decorations for the tree soon!

  4. paying it forward blog style: http://belleaukitchen.blogspot.com/2010/12/and-award-goes-to.html

  5. Your decorations are very pretty, may we see a picture of your tree when it is finished please?

  6. lovely photographs - great continuity! so much more stylish than mine! Cxx

  7. Those Ukrainian dolls dance right out of the picture!

  8. oh Celia I'm so sorry - that's very sad for you and your husband, especially so close to the time of year when families gather together. Sending you lots of love x

    PS the dolls are just beautiful

  9. Bright and Christmassy decorations. Enjoy putting up them up on the tree. Merry Christmas!


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