Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Bit By Bit ...


Hello my dear friends,

bit by bit I will be letting go of most of my creations which I made when I started blogging.

This now includes my three Christmas/winter scenes that I made in old cigar boxes. They were made in late 2011 and early 2012 and I can actually remember when I made each one of these boxes. I had been so fortunate to find these some small pewter/cast animals and trains and some old Monopoly pieces at an antique market. They were beyond perfect to us and make these lovely creations with. They have brought me so much joy over the years and now it is time for them to find new homes so I have space for new creations and for them to bring some one else joy too.

I have taken some new photos of my Winter scene boxes for those of you that haven't seen my them before and for those of you that might have forgotten what they look like.


And this is box  No.1 ...

"Oh, my little Christmas tree ..."


Memories of being a child and waking up on Christmas morning, all excited to find that Santa had left gifts under the Christmas tree brought this creation to life.


Box No. 2 ...

"Winter Time" ...


This reminds me of my childhood home and seeing the houses on our street covered in freshly fallen snow at Christmas time.

And last but not least ...

 Box No. 3 ...

"My Very Own Winter Wonderland" ...


This creation came to be after I saw a little rabbit sitting in our garden. There it was,in the  freshly fallen snow near our Christmas tree and I just feel in love with what I saw.

All three of my boxes are now listed for sale in my Etsy shop and I am planning on listing a few more things hopefully in the next few days. So ... if you are interested, why not pop over and take a look.

Thank you for stopping by today, it is always so nice when you do.

I hope you are well my dear friends and life is treating you kind.

Have a peaceful and creative day.

6 comments:

  1. Outstanding! Love this. Nice to meet you here.

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  2. These are really pretty Karen. Have a great rest of the week.
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  3. Très belles décorations, j'aime beaucoup

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  4. So beautiful. You are so creative.
    Hugs

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  5. Oh wow these are beautiful! Love your work Karen~~ And I have the miniature box w/snow scene that you made for me last year proudly displayed on my shelf in the office/craft room! So pretty! Your heart is so big and you really blessed me. Hugs, karen o

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