Monday, December 10, 2012

O Tannenbaum - a little film

Did you get a tree at the weekend? We did...






I've started making little time capsules with the help of Xanthe's brilliant idiot-proof e-course, which is now self-paced so I have access to it for a whole year.
This was a little practice for Wednesday when I'm joining in on 12.12.12 and making a time capsule of my day. You can join in too if you like.

p.s the music is from A Charlie Brown Christmas by Vince Guaraldi. I love the Charlie Brown soundtrack :-)

14 comments:

  1. YES YES YES! love it SO much, big smiles from me to you. This is just the beginning...
    What a festive day xxx

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  2. So lovely and festive effster! Big smiles from me too! xxx

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    1. looking forward to you getting toasty round the fire with us snooks! x

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  3. Very lovely, what a great thing to do. Love the Vince Guaraldi soundtrack - have had it on in my workshop for the last 3 weeks while I work through the Christmas orders!

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    1. trust you to know that soundtrack flora. i think we may have been separated at birth! x

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  4. Oh gosh! I felt warm and fuzzy through the whole thing, loved it!

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  5. I love that you are totally ok with the boys putting stuff on the tree, and not moving it all around. And Ben fiddling with the fire. It is such a lovely film... and I love that I know you even more through it. xxx

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    1. ahhh, thanks lou! i do move the odd bauble if they have put 17 on one branch but i pretty much let them get on with it. i don't like trees that are too 'done' or co-ordinated. it's for the kids innit! x

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  6. That is such a precious and sweet video, I love it! Happy Christmas to you and yours too and I am also mightily impressed you let your boys loose on the tree and how beautiful they made it!

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  7. So lovely :) Great little film - what a fabulous memory to have and keep! Kx
    p.s. Oops... didn't scroll down before my last comment and see that there is a wonderful tute for making these ;)

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