Dreaming of a simple natural white Christmas.
It seems everyone is starting to think about Christmas.
Every year i plan on being organised early but somehow end up in a busy shopping mall on Christmas Eve!
Driftwood trees for a hot Australian Christmas
Stamped gift tags with tiny starfish
Potted driftwood - paint a terracotta pot white, fill with sand & shells. Tie on a nautical rope.
What kind of Christmas are you dreaming of?
Christmas at your house.ReplyDelete
You're a clever girl!!!
thanks tania ;)Delete
All I can say is that I simply adore these looks!! I need to make a driftwood tree.ReplyDelete
glad you like it tina!Delete
Lucky I spotted the date on your post.ReplyDelete
Today is my wedding anniversary ;O)
happy anniversary !!Delete
I love the Christmas trees! I have been thinking of making something similar, but seeing as I am suffering a serious lack of driftwood I am going to use sticks from my paddock!ReplyDelete
thanks deanne :)Delete
omg i love them both! so gorgeous.ReplyDelete
smiles to you.
thankyou michele! smiles back :)Delete
The stamped gift tags are a cute idea and I love the simple driftwood trees. Thanks for the lovely comment on my blog, following you right back :)ReplyDelete
thanks! & thanks for following :)Delete
Great little trees. Just got my decoartions out of the garage on the weekend xReplyDelete
it does seem a bit early doesn't it.Delete
What gorgeous pieces you make. I'm starting to get my head around it too. I'd love to have a go at one of those driftwood trees.ReplyDelete
this looks like a great idea. We will be having christmas up the coast and I'm sick of dragging out the same old christmas tree with the same old decorations which are normally covered in cockroach poo...I need a fresher more simple look. Thanks for sharingReplyDelete
hi cheryl, I have the same issues with christmas... always think i never have enough and have to keep restocking everything and end up in queues and busy shops!! yuck, dreaming of something more organised this year i hope!! organised and a real tree i am thinking! only if i can find one that looks real enough!!ReplyDelete
Fine ideas. It is always stressful for Christmas for some strange reason. I'm dreaming of a white Christmas. Have a great start to the week.ReplyDelete
Beautifully little trees Cheryl! I'm thinking along the same lines as you, just keeping things simple and nature inspired this year :)ReplyDelete
The tags with the tiny starfish are just adorable!! I'm also dreaming of a white Christmas.ReplyDelete
Love your coastal driftwood tree. Perfect. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, MartyReplyDelete
I love this!!! I have shells now I need driftwood! I want to do this!!! thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Love the last tree...I mean LOVE IT!ReplyDelete
I know I should be way into Christmas plans but it's just not happening. Still trying to get ready for Thanksgiving company. I have to say your driftwood and shell tree is inspiring me to get a move on. That's just too adorable! Something like this would go perfectly at my house.ReplyDelete
Wow! they are both gorgeous.ReplyDelete
So pretty, so simple, so lovely!ReplyDelete
Found you through Savvy Southern Style, and so glad I clicked on your Christmas tree!
Have you got the latest real living mag yet Cheryl? The Christmas one?ReplyDelete
This should be in it......it's so beautiful and simple and white!!!
This driftwood tree looks amazing- wanted you to know I featured this on my Saturday favorites- have a great weekend! ClaireReplyDelete
Your driftwood tree is divine, so simple and beautiful. Your pics look great too, will tweet this one. Popping via Scandi Coast Home. Rach xReplyDelete
That is the prettiest tree ever!!! Gorgeous job - and your photos are magazine worthy!ReplyDelete
hehe,,,really cool......i got a smile in my face :)ReplyDelete
and do not miss The....
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it is FUN :)
Håkan ( The Roseman)
What a lovely tree!ReplyDelete
This is adorable...so simple and pretty. Thanks for sharing it.ReplyDelete
Over from Boogieboard.
Oh how I love that sweet white driftwood tree, Cheryl!ReplyDelete
Now that is smart! Those are darling!!ReplyDelete
These are lovely ideas. For your white driftwood - was your wood that bleached or did you have to paint it?ReplyDelete