December 25, 2012

When the full moon starts to climb, we'll all sing out. It's Christmas time!


Happy feelings, twinkling lights, baking, good food and drink, pretty wrapping paper, glittery decorations, festive films, spending time with loved ones, exchanging gifts and Christmas dinner! These are just some of the things that I love about this magical time of year ♥ However you plan on spending this day I wish you all a very Merry Christmas/Yuletide and I hope you all have a wonderful New Year!

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  1. A Merry Christmas and a Happy 2013 to you too! Are all these pretty pictures from your house? I just made some Peppermint Bark last night! That's a favorite holiday treat of mine. I love those package decorations, especially the deer. All that red, white, and silver looks so nice and coordinated.

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    1. Thanks Justine! Yes these pictures are all taken in my home! I love red, white and silver around Christmas time and I'm very partial to a bit of gold this time of year also! I wish I could leave it up all year round but we've taken it down today.. I have left the glittery deer on the mantle though! :) ~♥~

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  2. Blessed Yule my dear, may your years be beautiful and magical as this day(the pictures are so warm and gorgeous, like a candy and a cupcake ^^) your tree looks delicious and all those presents <3 Perfection!!!!!

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    1. Belated blessed Yule to you also Magda :) Thank you so much for the compliments! I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and New Year too! ~♥~

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  3. Oh, everything looks just delightful! That red and white striped bauble on the tree is soooooooo Burtonesque! :) Merry Christmas, Sandy, and best wishes for 2013! ❤

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    1. Thank you Emma! :D Oh yes, they do have a little touch of Burton don't they! From now on they will be known as the Burton baubles XD ~♥~

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  4. Your Christmas decorations look absolutely adorable! But what is that delicious-looking food in the fist photo? Is it like some special chocolate from a shop or did you make it yourself? :)

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    1. Thanks! Oh that is peppermint bark and it was the first time I had made it! It's kind of a traditional American Christmas treat, it tasted so good! ~♥~

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  5. Everything looks just beautiful! I love your little gift tags on the presents!!

    May you and yours have a wonderful holiday season! :o)

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  6. Wow! This is all so beautiful! The Christmas cards are absolutely lovely :).

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  7. Happy holidaze to you and yours as well! Such pretty wrapping and tree! I hope Santa/Satan (i'm dyslexic that's my story and I'm sticking to it) treats you with loads of lovely pressies! XXX Jet

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    1. Thanks Jet! Satan did indeed bring me plenty of lovely gifts this year, he's such a generous guy! :p I hope you and your family had a lovely Christmas!! ~♥~

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  8. Oh my gosh your tree is stunning, so so beautiful and very you indeed! Love your wrapping too xxx

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    1. Wow thank you Alice! :D I'm glad you think so! We had a lot of fun decorating it and can't wait to do it again! ~♥~

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  9. Your tree looks amazing! I love the decorations and colours. Your giftwrapping is gorgeous with lovely tags! Merry Christmas.

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    1. Merry (belated) Christmas to you too! Thanks for the lovely compliments ^^, ~♥~

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  10. I love your blog so much! You remind me of Wednesday Mourning from Oddities! =)

    http://pinkchampagnefashion.blogspot.com/

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    1. I had to look up who that was! I'm still not sure I know who you mean but anybody named Wednesday Mourning must be awesome so thank you :P ~♥~

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  11. I love those sweet flock deers and stag's heads, I'd have them up all year round! Your parcels are so prettily wrapped, too!
    Hope you had a wonderful Xmas! x

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    1. Thanks Vix! I got the two little flocked deer from a local garden centre this year and the two large glittery stag heads from the same garden centre in 2010! They're always going to make an appearance on our tree year after year! :D ~♥~

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  12. LOVE the way you wrapped everything :) I made peppermint bark this year also! Hope all is well

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    1. Thank you! I loved the wrapping paper I found this year and it wasn't expensive stuff! 3 large rolls for £5 isn't bad too bad at all and we still have some left over! ~♥~

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  13. Ugh, so much pretty in one post. I love the way you wrapped your presents, those tags are so perfect. I love all the deer accents on your tree, I adore deer.

    <3Honeysuckelle

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    1. Thank you lovely :) I had 10 deer on the Christmas tree this year and more around the room! I wish I could see all of their graceful shapes glittering on the tree every day of the year! ~♥~

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  14. Ooh I love your wrapping paper theme - gorgeous! Hope you had a lovely Christmas and Happy New Year 2013!

    xxx

    New Year's Resolutions of the Stars!

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    1. Thank you Lakota! It was almost a shame to tear into them but that's the fun of unwrapping a gift so I wasn't too bothered by it! Of course I have kept the ribbons as I'm sure they will come in handy for something! ~♥~

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  15. Gorgeous photos! I love your unique wrapped presents!

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  16. Those presents are just plain adorable!♥

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  17. What a briliantly pretty wrapping of the gifts! Love the theme and how you put it together:)

    Xoxo, Glitter

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