Sunday, December 22, 2013

Christmas Party!

I'm ready to have a cup of hot vine! Waiting arrival of my DH, he is at abroad coming back soon. 
Our mugs are ready to have delicious hot vine, I brought from Germany, its wonderful smell always invitable for me;-)) 
Those little clips on the mugs are my new goodies:)) They are so useful for people to notice their own mugs, glasses during the party. I wanted to place my old candles on the table this year. Those, big and small candles are from my first Oberemmargau visit of 1975. Yes, they are 38 years old, they are handmade items that I've never used and never will be used, if I don't have to. As I always say so, I'm a keeper, if I like something much I never use it. A real crazy quilter approach, isn't it???? :))))
I couldn't get photos without flash, therefor colors are so bright, sorry! Photos don't justice soft colors, cozy atmosphere of my home.
When we were visiting Mustard Museum  (Senf Museum)in Koln, Germany, I saw something for sale in a corner. There was a label of 1Euro in front of this cute angel.  You can notice its burned small candle....I wonder where it was, who use it before? I hope that little angel brings my home more happiness with its light.


Wendy said...

Such a sweet little angel you were able to purchase. Merry Christmas!

zandra said...

Love this time of year! Your table has great memories. I always burn a candle just enough to stick a tea light candle so this way you will always have the candle. You just replace the tea light each time.
Merry Christmas!
Hugz, Z (I miss those pretzels from Germany)

Rengin Yazitas said...

Who doesn't like this time of year???
I liked your idea, thanks...
If I go to Germany at near future, I'll get pretzels to send you:))
Merry Christmas,

Lynn said...

Have a beautiful holiday Rengin , I read about the ponsiettas and your cats , I am so happy you found out what it as hurting them. I knew this and have a dog so I don't have them in my house now.

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

What a beautiful, festive table! Merry Christmas to you.

Rengin Yazitas said...

Lynn, have a beautiful holiday, too.
I wish I could know it. We were so lucky that our Vet saved our precious boy. Now, I know that many plants, veggies, fruits are so dangerous for our furry friends!
Much love,

Creations by Marie Antoinette and Edie Marie said...

Such a lovely party. I am wishing my self there. such a lovely table with the vintage Angel.
Merry Christmas,
Marie Antoinette