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Saturday, 18 August 2012

It's only 128 days ...!!

 A quick sneak preview of some of my 2012 range of Christmas decorations, which I'm currently working on! Any opinions on good Christmassy colour schemes, aside from red and white?

8 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh... Christmas will be here before we know it... your decorations are gorgeous... just love the reindeers... I do love red and white at Christmas... but pink and silver always looks nice as well...

    Hugs
    Jenny x

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    1. I'd not thought of pink and silver, they would be very pretty! Thanks Jenny :)

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  2. Oh, you're so good! Now is the time to stock up our shops for Christmas, I know. I've only begun thinking I should concentrate on Halloween, and here you are getting ready for Christmas! I love these pieces you've made. The gingham reindeer are adorable!

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    1. Aw well I don't usually make any Halloween items Maggie, so I'm jumping ahead ha ha! x

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  3. Oh no... I'm just trying to get my mind around school starting (Josh is a senior *gasp*).
    ♥Sharon

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    1. Ha ha sorry Sharon - I think I've alarmed everyone by the mention of Christmas! Hope Josh's senior year is wonderful. It goes so fast doesn't it? x

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  4. Too cute! I love the gingham reindeer and the wooden snowflakes! I love red and white decorations at Christmastime.

    You are way ahead of the game, girl! I wish I was that organized. I can barely keep up with what I have going on now much less add a season that is 3 months away! :)

    The other color combinations that come to mind are silver and gold, hot pink and lime green with a touch of black, lavender or pink and silver, burgundy and hunter green.

    I personally love red, green and white plaid with silver threads running through it. I use some metallic fabric in that plaid for my tree skirt, under the table centerpiece and on the sideboard. It feels so Christmassy and traditional with a twist.

    Hey, you could add some faux snow with mica chips or the like. Have fun with it!

    PS.
    How are you able to leave replies to your comments? I love this but I cannot figure out how to do it.

    XOXO<
    Tammy

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  5. Ooh Tammy those are excellent colour schemes, thanks - I'm liking the idea of hot pink and lime! The red, green and white is a favourite of mine too, and I bet it looks gorgeous with the silver threads.

    I don't think I did anything special to enable me to leave replies on my blog, I just use the "reply" box under each comment. Sorry I can't help, I'm not technically minded at all, I thought eveyone had it! x

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