Well my Christmas canvas crafts of a White Christmas and Vintage chalkware Santas are finished. I wish I had ordered more chalkware Santas to paint and coat with glitter...I could have painted lots more before I got bored. I felt like I was in Santa's workshop with all of them lined up.
Before I wrapped these to give to my mom and my sister, Susan I thought I would take a photo. I found really nice silver easels in the Christmas Tree shop. I love the way the canvas looks sitting on an easel, and I thought it would be easier to display them.
I am leaving for Vermont with my daughter Ashley and her friend to meet my sister Susan to spend some time with our mother. We'll come back Sunday evening. When I return I'll be making just a few more White Christmas canvases and easels for friends and my sister, Lynne.
The best part of Christmas is designing special things to make for loved ones.
I just love Christmas, especially white ones. Best part of living in New England is that you can pretty much count on snow sometime around Christmas. Let's hope we have a white Christmas Eve. If you haven't already, please visit my Christmas Place...it's filled with stories, artwork and ideas for the holidays.
Don't you just love Louis Armstrong? I do, his voice makes me think of romantic movies like Sleepless in Seattle. The song for this post is White Christmas sung by Louis. Blessings, Karen