Hope all of you lovely bloggers are enjoying the festive season, whatever holiday you may be celebrating!
I've been trying to get all yuletidy and festive, but I've got another non-holiday shoot today (though I'm extremely thankful for it, H&H), and I've been feverishly perfecting my yo-yos. You Australians will know what I'm talking about. They seem to be a very popular "biscuit" in your part of the world. I will be baking these cookies with my friend Tamara Taggart, on CTV news this Friday. She is the fabulous weathercaster for the evening weekday news program. Tamara is baking cookies all this week with some pretty talented ladies, so I'm nervous. First hour of the show, yo-yos, second part, cookie with a name I can't pronounce. Cuccidati (Italian fig cookie). Any helpful hints out there? My Italian blogger friends, help me!
On the home front, we've managed to decorate a bit, but feel we still have a lot to do before next week - the official countdown to Christmas. My husband and I don't get too precious with the decor, as we tend to like the natural look, mixed with our tree full of glass ornaments collected over the years. I have to see those every year or it's not Christmas to me.
The floral arrangements are a mix of Canadian and Australian greens. Sweet vintage fawn from my pal Heather. Happy glass ball a gift from my friend Sarah.
Final notes. A huge thank you to Jana, of Rooted In Style, and Lori, of ChicGeek Designs for both doing a post featuring my work. Very sweet women. Love them. Check out their blogs for heaps of beautiful inspiration!
Have a fabulous day everyone!