Tuesday, 1 December 2015

2015 Retrospective. 'Make your own Spindly Christmas Tree Tutorial'. Merry Christmas one and all (Christmas 2014 onward!)



















































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































23 comments:

  1. So... you didn't get up to much then???
    xx

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  2. Thought I'd take it easy this year - ho ho!
    xxxxx

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  3. Thank you....I have been waiting for you to post.
    Magnificent:) Worth the wait.
    Terri

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  4. lovely post, bought a much needed smile to my face. love your pics and what a great year. x

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  5. What to my wondering eyes did appear.... Thank you so much for this superb gift filled with the joy of inspired creativity. And fun!

    I'm now looking forward to returning here for many more longer lingering views of this spectacular post.

    May I send lots of Christmas cheer to you and yours. xo

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  6. A wonderful way to capture your year, it looks a busy and fun year! Is that Chelsea where you saw Monty Don and Dan Pearson. I picked out some of Mottisfont in among the roses! Have a wonderful vintage Christmas. Sarah x

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  7. I have been wowed by this post , brilliant!! Xx

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  8. WOW!!!! THANKYOU.Wishing you and your family the merriest Christmas.Warm regards Pam.

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  9. Many a time I tried and finally have made it to the end. Overwhelmed by so much beauty I am off to start a spindly tree. Happy holidays!

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  10. Crikey...I need a cuppa before delving back into that post.
    Hoping all is well in your corner of this green and pleasant land
    Bestis as always
    Nicky
    x

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  12. A bright and beautiful year. Such amazing and lovely photographs. I do hope you feel proud when you look at them, you should do, they are wonderful. Have a very happy Christmas Jane xx

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  13. Seasonal greetings to you and yours Jenny...Have often wished you well this year so pleased to see you have been out and about capturing beauty with your camera... your garden looks as though it has been a delight this year. Beautiful bags were made, lovely fabric found and your home now looks fabulously spacious and even a little tutorial... HO HO HO Cass xx

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  14. Wow! Fabulous. I didn't know it was even possible to put that many photos into a blog post. So much loveliness. I hope your year has been as perfect as it looks. I also have serious fabric envy - again. Happy Christmas!
    Elaine x

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  15. Speechless!... well worth the wait, but what a wait. Hop your Christmas is wonderful. x

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  16. Speechless!... well worth the wait, but what a wait. Hop your Christmas is wonderful. x

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  17. A beautiful retrospective. Loved it from the beginning to the end! Oh that yellow vase with the flowers, the gardens, your festive home....a joy to look at!

    Wishing you and your family a Merry Christmas!

    Have fun!

    Madelief x

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  18. Oh and your linnen, the embroidery and your handmade bags. Absolutely lovey!!!! Do you sell the bags?

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  20. Short of breath with all the beauty and loveliness (both!) and creativity and peace. Thank you so much! Also, if you do sell your bags ever, I would so very much adore to have the one with the tree with the blue leaves next to a fence with flowers around it's feet and looking out at the fields below. They all take my breath away, but that one in particular. Oh my.
    Also, I am planning my garden now (new house, icky bare yard, baby trees, new fence, complete bare slate) and this post has made me faint with possibilities. (That loud noise you heard a few minutes ago was me fainting and falling off the couch. I'm ok now.) Thank you again, so very much.

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