Sunday, December 7, 2008

Snowy Whites

I love the color white. This morning, we woke up to the first snow of the season.


A white(ish) hat made last night for a new born babe. My niece or nephew will be here any day.





We are drying our favorite Christmas Tree ornaments. They are almost ready for decorating. I like them just like this, though. You can find the recipe here. Make sure you cut them thin, and let them dry out really well.
Happy Sunday!

24 comments:

melissa s. said...

beautiful! i love your white Christmas!

Ashley said...

What beautiful pictures! Guess what? I just finished Christmas Jelly! I hope everything went ok, it was my first time making anything jelly. It tastes yummy, I hope the lids seal. Thank you for the post, I enjoy reading your blog so much. Happy holidays!

Jessica said...

I wish I had this recipe on friday when we made cinnamon ornaments in school...these ornaments would have been fun to make as well!

Renee said...

How lovely! What a beautiful collection of Snowy Whites. We'll have to give your clay recipe a try, looks like fun.

APA said...

Oh, yes! I love how you do white! Can you please send a little snow down my way? Just a little would do my soul so good!

Stephanie said...

Snow!! How lovely. Will you have a white Christmas then? I just love your blue sweater. Your finished projects are just perfection! Thanks for sharing..

Stephanie

kim said...

I love everything in this post! Your pictures are so lovely. There is nothing more beautiful than shades of white, especially at Christmas. The tree in the urn - LOVE! The hat - ditto!

Katie Jean said...

aww, I miss snow! We had a small dusting the other night and it just wasn't enough.

I'm definitely going to try that ornament recipe with Isaiah too!

amandajean said...

I love how you do winter white. you've got the touch!!!

Libby said...

OHHH! I love the white! We wont have a white christmas here (georgia) but i'd love to have the recipe for those chocolate cupcakes in you link! Thanks! Libby

At Home Mommy Knits said...

Adorable hat! Thanks for the link to the ornament...I know what I'll be doing today :).

crochetgurl said...

Those ornaments look beautiful! Is it wrong that I want to eat them in the last picture? They look like they're made out of sugar.

I love the Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments and recently had to resort to Ebay to find the Wall-E one. Apparently, they're sold out at Hallmark stores!

Hilary said...

Thank you for the recipe and cool idea! Your ornaments are lovely and seem to fit in perfectly with your decorating aesthetic that you posted about last week.

lucky knitter said...

Great post. Everything looks so pretty!

Kate said...

Snow - it looks so cold, but so beautiful!

QuiltedSimple said...

Love the pictures - we've had snow off and on (mostly on) for a couple weeks now - and highs in the 20's. They are calling for freezing rain tonight. Love the ornies!
Kris

QuiltedSimple said...

Love the pictures - we've had snow off and on (mostly on) for a couple weeks now - and highs in the 20's. They are calling for freezing rain tonight. Love the ornies!
Kris

FinnyKnits said...

Oh yay! I know how you were waiting for your snow - glad it's arrived.

:)

Jules from "The Roost" said...

I love white too and you photographed it so lovely! :)

t does wool said...

white,on white...perfect and I love the little hat!

Hanna said...

Oh so cute white Xmas decoration. And looks so great with the snow.

tiennie said...

Secretly I say my favorite color is white. Publicly I say that it is blue. :)

Meagan said...

You have inspired me to use a winter white yarn for my Secret Santa gift for the Biedrzycki family this year! I love your urns as always!

bakeandsew said...

I love the 'cookies' - if I find time I will have to get the children to make those.