My dear friends – I could not have not posted my Christmas wishes today (smiles). It's the most loved festival in our home; especially Pari's.
So, here's wishing you all hearty Christmas greetings. I'm sure you are having a joyful time with your family and friends.
I'll see you all in a couple of days with plenty of ideas and artsy creations.
Love and hugs from Rashmie and Pari (Avie waves too!).
Sharing a few pics of our Christmas mantel piece. Loved decorating it. The candles, as you all know, are my favourite. So are the dried leaves!
I can't have enough of those colourful, aromatic candles in all shapes and sizes.
Enjoy these pics when you find time… :)
Pari made this petal decoupage votive candle holder inspired by the ones I made earlier on.
Pari made this owl in her clay class – with help from her clay teacher.
Those pink woolen beauties that you see – those are worn by the 'banjara' (nomadic) tribe of Rajasthan (North West India). I love these and bought a few for Pari, yesterday, to dress her up.
And – my eternal love – dried leaves! I think if I didn't have any other possession, I could decorate the house with just those. (wink!)
The big egg in the pic above (on the left) is a REAL ostrich egg that we got all the way from South Africa! Phew.
Isn't our mantel exuding so much good cheer?
Soak it up, friends and have an enlightening day!