One more post before we start England (which will indeed be interrupted more than once for holiday cheer!). It is now December but we hit the Northville Greens Market in November and it is my official start to the holiday season! My friend Jan and I always head down to this charming town to get our Christmas wreaths. They are always plain and we jazz them up later!
There are beautiful baskets which we never buy because we are sure we will have time to make our own (and often don't!).
And those glorious winter berries.
Then we check out our favorite home-dec store, Gardenviews.
I loved these towels...
...and this tinsel tree had my heart a fluttering. (Bad backlighting!)
This one was pretty, too.
Lots of red and white this year! I think that's so cheerful.
And this pillow was tempting!
Love the little glittery houses -- and it's a reminder that I have one to paint and glitter myself!
And I can't resist a little snow fellow!
Or a jolly old elf, for that matter! (I sort of wish I'd bought this one!)
Nearby shop windows were enchanting.
Too bad we won't be around to see this! It looks fun!
Loads of pretty, loads of fun. Let's hear it for Frosty!
What's on your Christmas list?
Have you posted your letter to Santa yet? (Let's hope the government doesn't shut down till after the holidays.)
I've updated my Gypsy Caravan -- you can click here or on the menu tab above to order 5x7 and smaller note cards from my photos and watercolors. (Original watercolors coming soon!)
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