So the day I dread has finally dawned and I have to say “goodbye” to Christmas. The tree and decorations that have given so much pleasure will all be packed away safely and the house will look very bare and boring. No twinkly outdoor lights to welcome us home on the dark winter nights (actually no lights at all as right now the street lamps don’t appear to be working!). However, there is still some Christmas cake left and I still have a few of my treasured Christmas teabags, from Betty’s, so I can still have a little festivity before the dreaded return to work.
I am also saying goodbye to my Twelve Houses of Christmas with the final one in the series to share with you today:
Take a look back at how the street developed!
I have – just – managed to squeeze the entire village into one picture too:
This was not easy!
Before I started this set I had thought about linking them to the Twelve Days of Christmas but decided that this might end up proving tricky. Yesterday, as I was clearing up, I happened across Graphic 45s paper pad in my stash – I had squirreled it away, not wanting to use it in case I needed it! So now I can start planning next year’s set which will help me get over today!
Thanks for buzzing by.