Happy Christmas!

Happy Christmas! I hope you had an awesome day 🙂

This is our teeny fairy light tree. We didn’t have room for a real tree this year so we this one instead. You can’t go wrong with fairy lights really, can you?!

It’s been a bit quiet on the blogging front lately, which is mainly down to the craziness that is work right now. But I’m trying very hard not to think about it and just enjoy my two weeks off work, yay. Lots of long lie ins are doing their job and I’m starting to feel human again, so it’s time to come back here and get up to date with what I’ve been up to craftywise.

Here’s the first of my recent crafty endeavours… a candy cane yarn wreath with felt flowers (totally inspired by this and this from Pinterest) for the front door. I am uber (with a capital U and BER) proud of how it turned out…

Although I could really do with centering this on the door viewer…!

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Chip
    Dec 28, 2011 @ 03:32:54

    Kate,
    That wreath is brilliant! How sharp and lovely, all at the same time.
    Thank you so much for our lovely taste of Scotland for Christmas time.
    I was just thinking before the holiday that I wish I had set aside some things for Ashley from our wonderful trip this summer.

    We did place our two Scotland purchased ornaments on the tree, though.

    Best to you and Richard.
    Chip

    Reply

    • whatktmadenext
      Dec 28, 2011 @ 16:29:26

      Hi Chip!

      I’m so glad everything made it over in time for Christmas. Picking the food out brought back so many lovely memories from the summer. Here’s to the next lot in Nova Scotia 🙂

      K

      Reply

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