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Body - Maitreya Mesh Body - Lara V5.3
Head - Genus Project Baby Face
Skin - [Glam Affair] Ada Skin [ Genus ] Basic Line - Bom
Mole - Izzie's - Veins & Moles /Beauty Marks Bom
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Bracelet - - *AvaWay* - Kathleen Bracelets & Rings Set
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Bows - - Moon Elixir x Muse - Mistletoe Mistress - Bows
Boots - - Moon Elixir x Muse - Wicked Desires - Boots
The white of this wreath is made of paper, such a creative work of art, I had to have it!
Chapel entrance door
Charlotte 2019DEC14 Carolina Pro Musica Christmas Concert:
One of our most favorite of all favorite concerts, held at the historic St. Mary's Chapel in the heart of downtown Charlotte!
This annual holiday event with 17th and 18th-century music, readings of the season, and carols for all to sing is performed on historic instruments, the musicians dressed in period attire.
Hope you enjoy the 6% of 30 captures I took here this day!
An impressive North London door, with or without the wreath.
This is for Kerri, who always finds the details and will be enlarging to see if she can see me in the ornaments on this Roger's Gardens wreath. It's a selfie gift because I have always hated photos of myself and think my soul has been stolen and misrepresented somehow. Haha
Saw the new set with a large wreath. Good idea , but ough - it must be possible to make one without the brutal lego-green colour. So I did.
For all my friends. For some of you St. Nicholas has already come, for some he is on his way and for others there is a little time to wait yet, but for all of you - wherever you are - this is my small gift for you. It comes with love, thanks, best wishes and hope for happiness and an even better year to come. Merry Christmas!
I really wanted to prepare a Christmas inspired project. So I took some green polymer clay, some red polymer clay, 19 gauge wire and I decided to make a Christmas wreath inspired project. The magic ingredient of the project is represented by the glittering snow embossing glitter.
Watch the full tutorial here: youtu.be/dY6LZZeko7U
Far too early for Christmas decorations, but I will probably use it here on the front door.
The sixth wreath in my christmas series.
The end of the year is approaching again. 2019 has not been my most productive Lego year, but it certainly was special. I have been (and am still) working on my personal creative process and hope that it has been showing in the quality of my few builds this year. I'm working on some neat new things already, but as always there is never enough time to build. Anyway, I hope you are able to enjoy the holidays and I wish you nothing but the best for the 2020!
Angie made this wreath for her sister that we will see tomorrow.
Since everyone's gotten theirs, I can show this year's Christmas craft. Fake moss wreath with a mushroom-farming gnome. The snow is wool, of course!
See blog for links to sources for materials.
Small enough to hang on the tree and can be decorated in various colors...
I put a Christmas wreath on my patio wall and fill it with seeds...we have pods that fall from trees all over the neighborhood...didn't take them long to find it...
I'm No Clark Griswold
No boxes of lights
or molded plastic reindeer.
No ladders & stapling.
Just boughs, cones and a red bow.
Oh how I love tradition!
Monochrome Bokeh Thursday
Smile On Saturday!
This is a close up shot of my lovely white Christmas wreath.
Photo by Rusty Parkhurst Photography (www.rustyparkhurst.com)
Hanging in one of the front windows at Union Station.
Mitt bidrag till veckans Fotosöndag /My contribution on this week on Photosunday on the Theme /Tradition
I just LOVED this. The colour of that gate and fence is just wonderful and I thought it was so chic with the three wreaths in different colours.
The last couple of weeks I've been staying with my mom and her husband in Falun, Sweden. They live in an adorable area that is part of the UN world heritance. It's near the copper mine and it's where all the miners used to live. The place is full of picturesque little houses, mainly in red and white and just utterly charming.
Made #49 on explore, yay! :)
Did it this afternoon while at the store within a half-hour to the amusement of some customers