There were clear plastic totes all over the livingroom and I just finished putting everything away this evening. I put some lights in my Hoya plants just for some ambiance. I took some photos that I was supposed to take yesterday but never got around to it until tonight.
This is a photo taken without flash at night.
My incomplete ceramic village I started before the flood and now all the molds have been damaged and I could only save a small school that has yet to be painted. I always bisqued some for the customers thinking that I had plenty of time to paint some later on. Yeah, right...
Here is a nativity bought by my daughter Christine as a Christmas gift in 2001. It is porcelain and I cherish it.
This is a small winter ceramic scene that I made for myself and broke the front piece when moving things from the basement just before the water came in. Now I no longer have the mold as it was damaged in the flood too. So I just add a couple of things in front and add fake snow to hide the light.
I'm running out of place to put my nutcrackers.
I added some lights on one of my Hoya plants for added atmosphere for the grandkids at Christmas time..
I don't usually buy Pointsettias for myself but for $5.99 I couldn't resist this colorful plant.
Some of my secondhand finds
Dollar Store greetings
View of the tree from the diningroom 's point of view
View from the kitchen where it gets pretty busy at Christmas time with dinner preparations.
I will zig zag the slit after the Holidays when I remove them. These are washable as the label says.
I hope that I didn't bore you with my insanity. Thanks for stopping by for a little visit. I appreciate your comments how ever short cause I know that commenting on blogs is VERY TIME CONSUMING. JB