Friday, December 7, 2012

December WW1

The search for the perfect tree

1. Gather friends
2. Start the search
3. Find the tree
4. Take it home

This has become a new tradition for our families, spending an afternoon at the Christmas tree farm carefully looking for that perfect tree. It can't be too big or too small, can't have a crooked trunk or any gaps in the foliage. I am almost certain that we could choose a tree within 5 minutes of arriving, but where would the fun be in that?  Our afternoon adventure normally leads to a bbq feast, lots of chatter and laughter among friends, and a very, very late night!

White with 1 set the challenge-

Thanks for looking and a Ho Ho Ho to you!


  1. Aaahh, a real Christmas tree!! I would love a real tree in my house!!

  2. Sounds like lots of fun. Fantastic layout, love the altered background, the row of photos and the beautiful flowers. Thanks for joining in and for sharing your page with us at WW1.

  3. love your lo with its nice story !
    thanks for joining us at WW1

  4. Beautiful layout Felicity! Your background is great and don't you just love those Amy Tangerine Thickers, I use them ALL the time :)
    Leonie @ WW1

  5. This is a lovely memory to capture! Fab layout!!!

  6. Thank you very much for your feedback on my work! I am very pleased! Yes, we have the Christmas and New Year's usually always cold and snow drifts. And our sea (Gulf of Finland), on the banks of which we live, is already frozen. I like the snowy winter, but summer I like more. Only the summer with us short. Enjoy Christmas in red!

  7. Love the little details and your use of paint is lovely. Thaks for playing along at WW1.


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