Thursday, December 22, 2011


It does not seem like a year since I was putting out decorations to celebrate last Christmas, what happened to this year it has flown by at breakneck speed!
Well here we are all ready for the big day, presents made, shopping done (thank goodness for Tesco online!) and house more or less ready for visitors.
I collected together some of my little toys and did the Christmas mantle in the sitting room and also this year did a Christmas cabinet to peep into like a little shop window.




These I found at a car boot in the summer, think they must be paint by numbers but they look very festive on the wall.



Well cheers everyone, have a lovely time.
Lots of love and best wishes for the New Year
Jane XX

9 comments:

Purpletreebird said...

I love how you've decorated for christmas. Can I come over and be your visitor please? ;o)
Happy christmas Jane, have a great time!
Jess xx

ted and bunny said...

happy Christmas dear Jane, and a very lovely New Year.
Me 'n' Bruce (who is being VERY good these days!) xx

Suzanne Reynolds said...

Your mantle display is so fun, I loved looking at all the wonderful things you put there. Thanks for sharing. Have the happiest of holidays!

Country Rabbit said...

oh how wonderful- your home looks a festive delight- magical xxxx

x kazzy x

p.s used to be 'a mermaids purse' now 'country rabbit' ;0)

Cowboys and Custard said...

Well you definitely win the prize for the best dressed mantelpiece! The residents of Whoville would be very proud of your display.. as am I.
I hope you and Mr Crow have a wonderful Christmas along with your four legged family.
Much love
Mr & Mrs Custard xxx

P.s It was the rear end of the mouse!

BusyLizzie said...

Happy Christmas to you Jane.. love the paint by numbers scenes! have a good one. Lizzie xxxx

Susan McShannon-Monteith said...

Merry Christmas Jane to you and yours.
Susan

Helen Bye said...

Delightful decorations again this year, Jane. I love the little snowmen and the hot sir balloon, and your card collection, especially the one with the house on at the centre of the mantelpiece. Those pictures were a good find - painting by numbers or not, the colour palette they used is lovely. Wishing you a happy 2012.

Magdalena said...

Absolutely gorgeous pictures!!!
Greetings from Poland ✿ܓ