Hi.. how is everyone?
I'm guessing you haven't got too much time to be reading blogs or decorating, but here are a few quick, last minute, simple ideas for a low key Christmas.
Fill an Ikea bucket with sand and plonk in some candles.
This is how I wrapped the Christmas giveaway prize. See the lovely post the winner Penny did about it here. I love what she did with the shell decorations and tags.
Everything looks good covered in fairy lights.
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays!
A big thankyou to Deanne - Five Brothers One Sister. My lucky streak continues and I was the winner of her lovely giveaway. More about that in the New Year.
Very merry Christmas to you too. Love the gift packaging with the seashell, so perfect for an Australian Christmas, I think.ReplyDelete
PS: I'm hosting my last giveaway for the year! It's an ecostore store gift pack valued at $100, hope you enter here: http://www.underlockandkeyblog.com/2012/12/ecostore-giveaway.html
thanks! sounds like a great giveaway.Delete
lovely last minute ideas...god knows I could do with those!ReplyDelete
have a great christmas and break!
Thanks for being so supportive of my little blog!
you're welcome bec.Delete
have a good one!
Enjoy Christmas holidays!AriadnefromGreece!ReplyDelete
thanks ariadne! you too xDelete
Your pics are absolutely stunning Cheryl!ReplyDelete
thankyou tania :) hope you have a nice xmas xDelete
Lovely! Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
you too! xDelete
I always love your images. Just beautiful. Love the candles in the silver bucket idea! Happy Holidays!!!ReplyDelete
thanks so much , hope you have a great holiday too!Delete
Happy Christmas to you and yours!ReplyDelete
thanks deanne! you must be very busy being santa xDelete
Hope you and your family have a fabulous Christmas. Have a lovely break xReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to youu and your family. Wonderful ideas with the wrapping the candles.ReplyDelete
of course! i need to light up my driftwood sailboat! thanks for the beautiful inspiration.ReplyDelete
They are just so lovely.ReplyDelete
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Your Christmas decorations are lovely. I hope the weather stays fine for you on Christmas Day have a wonderful time with your family.
Just lovely. Merry Christmas.ReplyDelete
I appreciate you sharing your life with me through this blog over the past year.ReplyDelete
I hope 2013 is a happy one for you and your family!
Merry Christmas to you!! Maya @ completely-coastal.comReplyDelete