Monday, December 23, 2019

A Problem With Comments.

I would like to inform all my blogging friends that I have a problem leaving comments on your blogs.
For some reason Google won't let me.  I hope the problem is resolved soon.
I've enjoyed viewing all your beautiful Christmas decorations.
Wishing you all a Merry Christmas with lots of happiness and health. Thelma xo.

Thursday, December 19, 2019

O Christmas Tree

I am sharing my sister Annie's Christmas tree.
She decorated in shades of red.

I have chosen a Christmas song for
this blog,  as I share some photos of
her lovely tree. 

"O Christmas Tree"

O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree,
How faithful are thy branches!

O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree,
How faithful are thy branches.

O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree,
Green not alone in Summer time,

But in the Winter's frost and rime;

O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree,
How faithful are thy branches.

Tis not alone in summer's sheen,

Its boughs are broad, it's leaves are green;

It blooms for us when wild winds blow,

And earth is white with feathery snow;

A voice tells all its boughs amoung;

Of shepherds watch, and angel's song

Of holy babe in manger low,
The story of so long ago.

Wishing you all a Blessed Christmas
 filled with hope, love and Joy.

Thanks for visiting my blog. xo

Monday, December 9, 2019

Christmas Dishes

It's a few weeks until Christmas.
Time to take out the china and
 get ready for some Christmas teas. 

I love this Sadler poinsettia pattern.

I have 2 sizes of teapots.
The larger one above and
below is a smaller one.

Vintage Cranberry Glass
(Victorian-era glass)
I use the sherbert dishes for desserts.
They are so colourful.

tea infusers

A vintage poinsettia tablecloth

Behind is a birch tree that I decorated 
with homemade "Seaglass Ornaments"
If you missed this blog, click here. to view.

My sister Annie made the cone tree below, 
also the beautiful wreath of vintage baubles.

Enjoy this Blessed Christmas Season.
filled with Hope, Love and Joy.

Thanks for your visit


Monday, December 2, 2019

A Birch Christmas Tree

I made some seaglass ornaments recently.

If you missed my previous blog, 
on making these ornaments, 
 click  Seaglass Ornaments.

To display them, I decorated a birch tree.

Not an easy tree to photograph.

Some closeups

The Star

Trees, an angel, and "L.O.V.E"
in seaglass language.

My sister Annie and I,
painted some scenes on 
the left over wood slices.

Annie's Creations
The first one, both owls are 2 beach stones painted
and glued on the wood.

Beneath the tree.
I used a brown gingham curtain
 for a tree skirt, and added some pinecones.

 Annie also made 7 seaglass angels for the tree. 

It fits snuggly in a corner.

To view my previous blog,
 on the seaglass ornaments,
click here.

I hope you are enjoying this Christmas Season.
The most wonderful time of the year.

Thanks for your visit xo...