giovedì 4 dicembre 2008

Christmas touches!

Some home decorations for Christmas! I haven't too much time in this period...many things to do at work. Tomorrow we'll open a wide exhibition of the '700 master painter Pompeo Batoni. He was from Lucca and he was very famous among the nobles who came to Italy during the Grand Tour in the XVIII century. But I found the time to make some decorations with my daughter Ginevra...she loves Christmas and she made the red wreath by herself!

That's Ginevra' wreath!
Have a nice week end!

20 commenti:

mammka ha detto...

All of your candle-lighted ornaments are magnificent!

MiaMaria ha detto...


What lovely decorations you have done!!!
And your daughter have done a lovely wreath...

Have a nice weekend!

Hemma på Landet ha detto...

Very beautiful!
Lovely commode you have found.
Hug Stina

Kerstin ha detto...

Beatutiful decorations you have made=)

Hug from kerstin

Margie ha detto...

Your daughter has a talent, perhaps she picked up some tips from you. Lovely work, so pretty and inspirational. Hugs Margie.

a.o. ha detto...

E già, confermo quello che dice Margie: tale madre tale figlia. Ginevra è una promessa, la sua decorazione è bellissima.
un saluto

cara ha detto...

ciao Vale,

una bella decorazione e la vostra figlia è già buono come mamma.

Vi auguro un buon fine settimana

saluti e abbracci


Tone ha detto...

Lovely wreaths!
Isnt it nice to do something together with the kids!!
Today snow really comes down from above...! Its white all over - the garden looks fantastic (even without my roses..hehe...) - and the kids are out skiing until late at night.
Yesterday we baked Pepperkaker (gingerbread?) with the girls nextdoor, they made really overbig...hearts, to put in their windows. My son thought the heart was a stupid idea, and it showed how he decorated...but I promised him to make another dough today, so he can make a star or a pirate or something, hehe..
This weekend will be busy as always - but tomorrow night we are going to a silent and lovely concert in the church. My husband just doesn`t know yet...hihi...
Have a nice weekend!
And Vale - good luck with the exhibition!! (take some photos!)
Hugs from tone

Living by Milla ha detto...

Hello Vale!

Youre wreths are lovley! Your daugther got talent, maybe from her mother.;)

Have a nice weekend!
Lots of hugs

Endy ha detto...

Hai una casa bellissima, decorazioni meravigliosi! Complimenti!

Amber ha detto...

Ginevra's wreath is lovely! And I love your Advent arrangements. Love fresh greens and bulb-flowers at the holidays, too. Just beautiful!

Anonimo ha detto...

J'aime beaucoup ces jolies décorations de Noël !!!

kt ha detto...

wow, so christmasy!! it are getting ready for christmas! i love white hyacinth, ivy and moss for winter interior.

hoping you are having a relaxing sunday,


Rebecca ha detto...

Ciao Vale!
I hope your fine? Your christmas decoration ist great and I love Ginevra´wreath! Really good work! :-)

Have a nice weekend with your family and many greets from austria,

Hjärtats saga ha detto...

Ciao Vale!
Lovely wreaths and christmas decoration. You are very creative and you give me inspiration. What a nice commode you bought and on the picture you have a very sweet bowl.
(On my blog are pictures both from my little shop and from my home.)
Have a nice week!
Hugs from Kerstin

Fifi Flowers ha detto...

LOVELY holiday touches! ENJOY! Fifi

Sandra... ha detto...

Hello Vale!!
You have no time, but your christmas decoration is beautiful!
The red wreath is so nice.. congrats for your doughter!!!
Have a nice week, hugs!!

Anonimo ha detto...

Isn't it wonderful to be creative together with your daughter ??
And the results are really great !! I like the christmas ball for the tree also very much.
Have a nice week and lots of succes with the exhibition !
Greetings, hugs, Janneke.

Tone ha detto...

Hi Vale!
Just passing by to wish you a nice day! Imagine you have enough to do these days....Hope the exhibition is turning out well??!

Regina ha detto...

Hi Vale

Wonderful!!I like your wreath.
Have a nice week,