These numbered lights I bought in January on sale. When I took up the Christmas decoration from the basement a couple of weeks ago, I found my forgotten candles. I didn’t know where to put them and placed them in the red bowl meaning to look for something more suitable, but then realized that I was more than happy with having them in the red bowl.
This one was inspired by several Christmas magazines and interior design blogs I have seen. Seems this year has been the big zinc year with houses made of zinc, pots and lanterns. I didn’t want to spend too much money on this years decorations so instead of buying a zinc box I used last years ginger cookie box. I added moss, pine cones and an old red glitter packaging bow from Ikea and *tadaaaa*, one more decoration done.
This Christmas collage is lifted from Ali Edwards' holiday project from 2006. I used some papers from my stash and some I bought brand new. Cut, mixed, and placed into a black frame. I love this collage idea and think I’m going to make three more, one for each season. It’s a simple way to make a change in our living room without having to spend too much money.
I love the candles. I am busy wrapping my parcels in brown paper with some lovely white ribbon with red Noel written on it.....my minimalist wrapping. I too bought the ribbon in the sale in January!ReplyDelete
How pretty! You are such an artist, through and through.ReplyDelete
These are pretty photos! I love these candles!!!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas!! xox
Me gustan mucho las fotos! Deduzco que hay una vela para cada día del mes de diciembre? que calendario más original!ReplyDelete
have a very merry christmas! and a new year full of health, joy and peace. besos!ReplyDelete
indeed, they do sparkle and cheer, perfect for the season. Isn't it fun when you can dig up something in your storage and find use for it?ReplyDelete
Have a happy christmas and a wonderful new year! It's been a blessings to be visiting here in Yonder this year.