Tadadada! here is my finished advent window. We celebrated its opening on the 16th with mulled wine and minced pies (self-bought in Salisbury :)). In the end, I managed to stitch up twelve Santas. Until Christmas Eve, each day another window will open. And all windows stay open until the 8th of January. Perfect for a winter walk. And, just a thought, wouldn't this be a perfect way to showcase embroidery projects from your embroidery or crafts group? The get together each evening is so much fun!
I am leaving you to your Christmas preparations with this wonderful view from my balcony this morning:
merry christmas and a happy new year ! and may a lot of your wishes come true !
What a lovely window! Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year to you!
All the best wishes for both of you
leuke kerstmannen Jessica en wat een prachtig uitzicht.
Merry Christmas to you too. I realy love your window.All the best for New Year!
Hawaiian Santa's my favorite! Merry Luau!!
A very merry Christmas to you! Thanks for sharing.
Merry Christmas. I enjoyed your photos.
I wish you and yours a very happy Christmas. Here it is very hot and your picture of snow is welcome.
Merry Christmas, Jessica! Love your window - and your view! :-)
Sue from Toronto
I love your Santa collection. Did you stitch them on the perforated paper or on cloth? I wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous 2017 filled with many pleasant hours of stitching.
What a lovely idea. You have my head spinning for how I might adapt this concept for my living situation. Some people love angels, some snowmen--I love Santas! Yours are the best! Happy New Year!
Happy New Year to you too, Julie! And to Tinsel as well. I must now get up and let Sammie in. I suspect he doesn't like to be out in the snow any longer than it takes to sprint down the cat stairs, find a place to pee and sprint back :).
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