Monday, December 14, 2009

Christmas Decos from Around the World

One of the nicest things about coming home from our holiday was opening the door and seeing our Christmas tree quietly waiting for us. I love putting it up every year and I thought I would share with you some of the special decorations I have bought on my travels around the place.


This lovely lady is a handcrafted wooden piece from Nuremberg, Germany. When Jon found out about my love of Christmas decorations, he bought me this whilst he was there watching the World Cup in 2006.

Then we have this jolly Santa. He is from a huge Paperchase store on Oxford St in London.


This sweet star is all the way from Xian, China. I think it is the cheapest decoration I have ever bought at approximately 25c.

A little nativity scene from La Paz, Bolivia.

The Virgin of Guadalupe, a painted tin decoration from Oaxaca, Mexico.

As you might guess, my tree is a bit of a mish-mash - but a very loveable one!

4 comments:

Penny said...

I like the little bird perched on the first one! So cute!

ruby-jo said...

Your decorations have sentimental value which is great and "mish mash" is an actual look :)

helena / little mo said...

yeh i like the little birdy too! xxx so cute!!

jenny said...

Very sweet small decoration and cute items for Christmas awaiting program. I have also make so many shopping for Christmas gifts and its preparation too... Thanks.

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