Monday, December 6, 2010

Day number 6

Whoo Hoo, I was lucky enough to get a matchbox from our hostess herself, Linda Smith aswapforallseasons.blogspot.com. Inside there was this sweet little tiny bottle full of green and red glass glitter and marked 'Christmas Magic' attached to some vintage lace. I love it. I am thinking of attaching the little bottle to the bracelet I received on the first day.
And on December 6th I finally finished putting up my North pole village. This year I decided that I would not put up the whole thing. That is over 30 buildings and close to 100 accessories. I thought I would put up enough of it that the grandkids would get tickled.  Elsie's Gingerbread house has scented magic smoke that comes out of the chimney.
And on my Mantel, I have the buildings put up that spell out the 'North Pole' along with Santa's sleigh and eight tiny reindeer. My granddaughter Breya loves to point to them all as she names them.  All of the little elves, and reindeer, are porcelain.  Those antlers are just so fine and delicate.
Anyway, I am glad to be done with that part of it, I also finished the downstairs tree, and I will post that later. Isn't December a wonderful month!!
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11 comments:

Linda said...

How wonderful...everyone needs their own bottle of Christmas magic!

Simone said...

Visiting your house must be such a treat. I want a minature reindeer like yours it is just too gorgeous!

manuela said...

nice!

Francie...The Scented Cottage Studio said...

Leave it to Linda to send some Christmas magic ! She has sent some to all of us by hosting this swap, dontchathink?
Your Christmas village looks fabulous!

Shawnee H said...

THANK YOU -- my day #5 box came from you and I adore my little Eskimo girl and her snowflake garland inside.

Shawnee
http://shawneett.blogspot.com

Erica said...

Oohhhhh - what a beautiful box and gift. We could all use a little Christmas magic.

Lyneen said...

Love Linda's matchbox... a bottle of magic... I could use that the get my Christmas to do list finished!

Beautiful village!

marie said...

Your villages scenes are are so beautiful! I could stare at them for hours.

Love the matchbox dear Linda sent you!

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

Just love your north pole Village!! So cute!!

Hugs,
Debbie

Linda said...

This is the first one of my matchboxes I've found in awhile! So glad you like it. Your holiday creations are amazing. LOVE LOVE LOVE THAT SNOWMAN!

Mel said...

Wonderful!!!

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