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Friday, November 8, 2019

More Winter White Fruit ...

Hello my dear friends,

 I enjoyed making my Winter white pears so much that I just wanted to make more like this and I did ... well, not exactly actually.

I didn't make more pears but instead I made another Winter fruit ornament. I got the perfect idea right from our back yard. We have lots of squirrels in our neighborhood and they tend to bury all sort of stuff in our garden including crab apples and as annoying as they can be, I really like their look. So that is what I made ... little Winter White crab apples. I used my pear pattern and tweaked it and changed it and went to work. I started with one but soon after that here were half a dozen of them and I am so happy with they way they have turned out again or almost. I shared them with my Instagram friend Becky from 'Flax and Willow' and I was asked if  I was going to add little glitter to the fruit and not just the leaf. I had already thought about it but just not decided on it. But Becky gave me that little push I needed and I am so happy she did! It was that final touch they needed to look just perfect in my eyes!

Festive and simple but yet very lovely!

They are perfect to be "paired" with my little Winter white pears.
My little crab apples are now listed as a made to order item in my Etsy shop.

 They will come in sets of 6 and would look great in any Winter/Christmas decor, so if you need a little something wintry white and naturey for your Christmas tree, these might just be right!

Thank you so much for stopping by and visiting me today, here at Todolwen. 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.


  1. Dear Karen,
    find my way from Yasne to your blog. These little cute babies are amazing. And you are right white is so wonderful these days.
    Happy weekend and all my best from Austria

  2. These are so pretty and cute and fun all in one little apple. Love them Karen. You have such a wonderful talent.
    Big Hugs and Happy Saturday.