The ramblings from a small quilt shop on the South Islands West Coast of New Zealand

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Christmas Corner at BHQ

 

016Now all we need is a little fat man with a red suit.  Walk through the door and the heady Christmas scent draws you in.

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8 comments:

  1. Your tree is decorated SO pretty!

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  2. looks absolutely bewwwdiful sweet, gorgeous.
    Good lucky with the fat man in red. No good over here if he's planning on coming down chimney's-they've all broken

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  3. your tree looks good I see the table is all set up for A cuppa I will be there soon Tea white no sugar LOL.
    Hugs Mary.

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  4. Gorgeous... you make me feel bad for not having even dusted off the Christmas decorations yet, let alone put up the tree... job for this weekend I think ;) Hugs Jx

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  5. I just love Christmas and this looks just me, as you say a big man in red suit would just finish it off ... makes me want to get out the decorations which I have not been over keen to do so far ...so thanks very much for that boost
    Hugs Laurie

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  6. Ooh ooh ooh! I have one of them! I mean the little fat man in the red suit. Ha ha thats my husband he dresses up every year and visits all the pre schools and play groups in the area. Love the quilts in the back ground they look fantastic.

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  7. What a lovely corner. The quilt goes so well with the tree.

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  8. I have just been browsing round your blog Mich'elle . your shop looks great .
    Here are 2 nice blogs for you to browse

    http://btchwstix.blogspot.com
    http://callyscottage.blogspot.com

    I,m off again to look at the pink bell on your thumbnail--cottonreel

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Thankyou so much for popping by and leaving a comment. I enjoy reading your thoughts and ideas and will get back to you if needed, hugs - Miche'le

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