Seeing out the old – 12 Houses of Christmas #6

Well here we are, not only does this mark the half way point in my Twelve Houses of Christmas series it is also the last day of the year. New Year is a bit of a non-event in the Beez household these days so for us it will be a quiet night in. I seem to remember that last year I didn’t even make it to hear the chimes of Big Ben. Before I share today’s house I would like to say a huge thank you to all of you who have supported me throughout 2014. I reached a point earlier in the year when I thought about giving up on my blog but it was the thought of the many friends I have made over the past two and half years that encouraged me to keep going and I’m jolly glad that I did! So thank you – to those of you that follow and/or comment and those of you who just buzz by occasionally I do appreciate you taking time to do so.

Wishing all of you a very Happy New Year, if you’re partying the night away, have fun, and I hope that 2015 is a happy and healthy one for you and yours.

Here’s house number 6:

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Thanks for buzzing by and look forward to seeing you again next year πŸ™‚


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Seeing out the old – 12 Houses of Christmas #6 — 14 Comments

  1. I had to laugh when I saw this house, there are some lights on the bicycle shop at the other side, and when the wind blows they really jingle, lol πŸ™‚ it’s just cut for it!

  2. I love this one, too, but then I knew I would before I even saw it. Your houses are the best!!!
    Here’s wishing you and the other Beezes a lovely, happy, healthy New Year!! New Year’s is a non-event at our house, too, but since we’re with my son this year we’ll be baking up a batch of chocolate chip cookies together, something we have done as a family for too long to remember.
    Happy New Year, one and all!

    • Thank you πŸ™‚ Homemade chocolate chip cookies sounds divine. I’m intrigued by cookies and Christmas in the USA – someone was baking hundreds and I wasn’t sure why. It sounds like the sort of thing I need to introduce in my house though! Hope 2015 is a good one for you and yours πŸ™‚

  3. I haven’t be by in many months but I follow you on Pinterest so I do get to see what you’ve created. The houses are adorable. I am one of the followers that is very glad you didn’t give up on your blog.

    Like you and your husband I will staying in tonight. Two holidays that I really don’t like are New Years Eve and Valentine’s Day. Have a great night celebrating exactly how you chose and I’m not sure I’ll make it to midnight either. Age is catching up with me…lol.

    Wishing you good health and with luck a good year that is void of drama.

    • Bless you for calling by today and thank you for kind words and support. I hope you survived New Year’s Eve and that 2015 is a happy and healthy one. πŸ™‚

  4. Let me wish you and your family a very peaceful healthy and prosperous New year. I wish for you everything you want in 2015 and thanks for always.sharing your wonderful designs.

  5. When I was a little girl our fairy lights looked just like these. Fabulous glittery star, just like the one from the top of the Christmas tree.

    Dionne xx

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