It's a lovely quote by Helen Keller and I love the way the font size is changed and the text is arranged. Doesn't it make a sweet little display? I put it in a vintage pressed aluminum bowl in my bedroom. I made a couple of these so I could give one away. Just leave a comment on this post today and I'll draw a name tomorrow morning and post the winner.
I spent some time yesterday working on our December Daily album and have some photos to share with you.
My entry for the third of December is about coffee and crafting. Oh how I love the holiday drinks at Starbucks and their Christmas Blend! Do you have a favorite Starbucks holiday drink? And what would the holidays be without crafting?
I did some holiday crafting on the third that included this little vintage Santa tag.
The fourth of December was an exciting day because we got our first snow, an unusual event in our area! We only get a few inches a year and it almost always falls in January and February. What a lovely surprise that made shopping in downtown Hillsborough feel like Christmas!
Do you spy my peppermint mocha? I can't resist a hot cup of Joe on a snowy shopping day!
For my December 5th entry I have a photo of Christopher's little snow guy. There was enough snow left from the previous day to make him. I went on a treasure hunt with my friend Audrey and found more vintage ornaments for our tree. Well, it's shaping up to be a wonderful December!
Now I'd like to show you some more photos of our holiday home. Yesterday I showed you the living room and today I'll show you the dining room.
Continuing on the rustic theme, the table has a couple fur trees that I left a la natural.
I didn't want our little elf to be alone so I've placed this adorable little lamb on the table with him. He's got a soft woolly coat and rusted jingle bell around his neck.