Wow, thirteen days until Christmas. Time really does fly especially when you’re having fun. I have been truly blessed this Christmas season to enjoy my own little cottage. This is the first time ever for me and it’s been really fun to dream up just about anything I want to do to it as long as it doesn’t cost much.
I have hosted a couple of Christmas parties this year and it has been fun to share my home with friends and loved one. One of the Christmas trees only got knocked down once so I thought that I was doing pretty good with sharing such a small home with others.
Good morning! It is a glorious morning here, the sun has just risen over the mountains and it is sparkling on the new fallen snow. It looks like a pretty Christmas card. I have so much to show you and instead of one very long post I have broken it down into several. Here is the link to my first Christmas post. A Christmas Welcome.
Today I want to share with you my Christmas Tree and tell you about the ornaments that I have made for it. I have spent very little money on my Christmas decor this year and that’s what my blog is all about. Having a beautifully decorated home for pennies. As I said in my last post I have chosen blue and red for my holiday colors. I always like to be different and try new things.
I’m (Jo – Anne’s Attic – design) so happy to be co-hosting today at Share Your Cup Thursday #204! Welcome everyone and thank you for all of your kind support and wonderful well wishes and prayers since I have been down. I have felt them and am ready to return to you next week! I can’t wait to share with you some of the projects that I has able to finish up while recuperating. Continue reading →
I think that celebrating our Nations birthday and the state of Utah’s birthday where I was born and raised – which are both in the month of July is the only time that I set my soft sweet color scheme aside. I just can’t take those deep beautiful red white and blue’s and turn them into pastel, it just doesn’t see, right. Continue reading →
I want to give my oldest son Adam J. Baxtera special thanksfor serving in our countries U.S. Navy as a Master of Arms. Especially when the world is in such a time of unrest as it is today. Continue reading →