Merry Christmas! 12/25/17 December 25 2017, 0 Comments

Merry Christmas from me to you! That's a pic of me (on the right) and my cousin, wearing our Santa hats hamming it up for the camera. I ended up with a lot of interesting photos this Christmas season and decided to share them with you.

This is what my Christmas season mostly looked like. Ha! My Yorkie Barsky just hanging out with those puppy dog eyes. I think he's telling me to take the outfit off of him. But I could be wrong.


My other dog Keelin, she however is giving me the stink eye. She not only has her grey striped sweater on...she's wearing a penguin outfit.

My Christmas cactus has bloomed beautiful pink flowers. As you can tell from the background...I love plants and have a few.


It's pretty cool watching my plants change during the winter season. They say gardening is therapeutic. Plus I like to paint the pics I take of some. I find them to be inspirational, personally. This is the window that I look out onto when I'm in my "Studio K" doing my art. That's just my code name for the end of the Kitchen that has the most light and space for me to spread my art supplies out.

I also have a "thing" for Geraniums. I love the different colors and usually have budding flowers year round. See that snow in my backyard!!! 

This is a close up of frozen grass along my patio. It's completely covered in ice. I thought it looked so beautiful.

Ice was everywhere that day. I saw some pretty shots and took a snap of their icy beauty.

This pine tree is completely covered too. Each of it's tiny pine needles are encased in clear ice.

Even my sunshine stone that Brian from Brian's Engraving did for me is frosted from our cold New England weather. Brrrrr! (Engraving orders can be placed through our online gift shop).

Oh, here's Barsky underneath the icicles of his doghouse. There were so many of them. 

The half eaten zebra cookie that my niece all of the sudden decided to share with me...after she bit it!!! EWWWWW...and LOL!

He's always got a stuffed animal in his mouth like it's some sort of "gift" to you but good luck getting it out of his mouth.

For some reason...the large black olives on the fingers trick seemed appropriate.  My siblings and I did this when we were kids. Must have been reliving a moment back in time.

When I finally caught up with my family for Christmas celebrations, I ended up taking home a bunch more of my father's rock creations. For now they are sitting on a shelf in my guest bedroom but are soon to be available for purchase. He's always making something.

Check out the sky on the ride home. It was 12/24/17, Christmas Eve. What an amazing glow that stunned us from it's beauty. It was only for a few minutes and I'm so glad that I captured this to share. 

And lastly, I'll show you a picture of a cute gift card holder that I made. It was such a simple project. 

If you want to find out how this was made, using which supplies or how I possibly could design one for you, please contact me.  Leave me a comment too and let me know what you think about my Christmas holiday season. 

Thanks for reading my blog. Enjoy your day.

Written by Jennifer Quilty for Tamm's Marketplace. Published for 12/25/17.


Thanks for reading my blog. Enjoy your day.

Written by Jennifer Quilty for Tamm's Marketplace. Published for 12/25/17.