Wednesday, 24 December 2008

Happy Christmas

Happy Christmas to everyone in Blogland. I can't believe it's been nearly a month since my last post.
I've been very preoccupied, as you know, with finishing my C&G so don't even have anything creative to show at this time as this last module involved a lot of white on white sampling, which all looks pretty boring at this stage.
I have to finish a couple of final pieces before mid January so I hope there'll be something interesting to post about then.

The Christmas card I've uploaded is one of my OH's and is one of the photos that he took at Donna Nook, Lincolnshire, which is where the Grey Seals have been giving birth from October through November. If you'd like to see more of this shoot you can see them here.

The other piece I wanted to show you was this gorgeous advent calendar that my DD3 made while she was staying with us recently. She wanted to make something different to the usual ones with a slightly retro feel, I think she achieved it admirably.

Have a great Christmas and a happy New Year.

And thanks to everyone who's taken the trouble to come by my blog and leave your lovely comments.


chrissythreads said...

May you have a very Happy Christmas.

Purple Missus said...

Have a wonderful Christmas Sharon and I wish you all the very best for the New Year.

Unknown said...

A very, very good Christmas to you and your family Sharon!

Julie said...

Would you believe? I don't think I've ever had an advent calender.

Have a very Happy Christmas, Sharon and very best wishes for 2009.

Shirley Anne Sherris said...

Time flies doesn't it??
Have a great Xmas. Will catch up in the new year.

Helen Suzanne said...

Wishing you all the warmest of fire-sides with love and happiness over this season and for 2009

May your stars always be bright,
and the winds of change never knock your baubles down!

Anonymous said...

Happy Christmas to you too Sharon

Aussie Jo said...

The seal is just gorgeous and the advent calender is great.
Hope you have a lovely xmas. We have just finished up after a day full of eating and catching up. 25 of our guests have gone home and two decided to stay. They are all sound asleep

Ro Bruhn said...

I hope you had a wonderful Christmas Sharon and a fabulous New Year with lots of artistic ventures in 2009. The seal photo is beautiful. Lincolnshire's where I originate from but I don't know Donna Nook.