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Friday, December 10, 2010

Colourful Friday-Christmas Colours.


Welcome to Colourful Friday, This week Robyn has chosen the appropriate colour" Christmas". It is getting closer by the day isn't it. Are you ready????

Every year at Christmas we listen to Bing Crosby's "A white Christmas" songs and of course Ian has to watch Chevy Chase's movie "A Christmas Vacation". A year doesn't go by without these two things happening here at Kainga.

Now if you look very carefully in the sky you maybe able to find Prancer, Dancer, Donner, Blitzen,Dasher,Vixen, Commet, Cupid and of course Rudolph. Let me know if you saw them.

No matter where you live I am sure Christmas will be a great time with family and friends.

I hope your Goodie Bag is ready for Father Christmas to fill up.

Christmas time just means lots of decorative trees of all sorts and varieties.

Even little wooden ones with bon-bons ready for some lollies.

Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without some tinsel.

It is the one time of the year we can wear funny hats and antlers.

We count our blessings at Christmas time and look forward to the New Year.

We hang wreaths on the door.

We remember the real reason for Christmas.

We get the decorations out of storage and remember when they were made and by whom and how many years ago.

Even the sheep get into the theme.

We bring out the Christmas games for lots of fun.
We bring out the patchwork made for this time of the year.

Lucy's card she made at Embroidery Guild is on permanent display all year round.

Cards sewn by friends are treasured.

Now it is beginning to look like Christmas at Kainga.

After all that hard work I think it is time for a cuppa and some Lion's Christmas Cake. I hope you enjoyed looking at my Christmas Colours. Please check out what everyone else found this week at Robyn's blog.

Happy Colourful Friday.
Bev C


RG said...

Gosh you make me laugh Bev!!
I think I saw a spec in the sky or was it more??

I love your christmas home... looks wonderfully inviting to me... country style :-)

Love all your trees, tinsel - oh yes - :-) and funny hats, antlers and patchwork made specially.

A lovely post Bev...thanks fpr sharing your Christmas with us!
Ho ho ho... Merry Christmas!! xx

Cheryll said...

Thanks for sharing an insight into your Xmas.
Happy Colourful Christmas!

Anonymous said...

Hi Bev, your first photograph summed up everything Aussie about Christmas for me. Blue skies and sweat *grin*. Loved your photos this week! Happy Christmas to you and yours, toni xxx

Karen said...

Hi Bev.
Lots of lovely Christmas colours at your place. Beautiful blue sky, but I think you would like a little rain to come along??
I love your collection of Christmas decorations and all your lovely sewing.
The sheep is so cute. And the noughts and crosses game with the snowmen and penguins is good fun.
Thanks for the reminder about the Lion's Christmas cake.
Your Christmas colours are great!

BubzRugz said...

You know once when I was about 6 years old I actually saw the lights of the sleigh.....
Love all the decorations...

Nat Palaskas said...

What is the great colour theme for Friday. Colour of Christmas! You do have a lot of quilts and cloth for show and tell - Thanks really enjoy it - Hugs Nat

Jan Quigley said...

There's obviously lot's of memories in your Christmas treasures Bev. It's always nice opening the boxes & taking out all the special things that say 'Christmas' to you. Have a wonderful Christmas, hugs, Jan

Teresa said...

Great post Bev. I thoroughly enjoyed my trip around your Christmassy home!

Carol said...

Looks like a fun time at Kainga.
Ho, ho, ho, weeeeee (that would be santa chasing after the reindeer who disappeared in the twinkling of an eye.)

Unknown said...

My favourite is the wreath. Charmainen

Anonymous said...

Hi Bev
I saw no spec. They must have gone past too quickly for me.
LOVE your Christmassy Post :-)
Wishing you a Very Merry Christmas

Anita said...

Hi Bev, This Colourful Friday was a bit special hey? I love your collection of things. There is much Christmas to see in your home!! Kind regards, Anita.

Jossie said...

You have got a lot of lovely Christmas decorations. I am afraid I don't have that many and I even have not unpacked them. I only got as far as a lit candle.........

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Hi Bev...a very colourful Friday-Christmas!!! And I'm like Robyn...perhaps I saw the same speck in the sky LOL!!! Merry Christmas...Dzintra♥x


Hello Bev. Your Christmas photos are all truly beautiful. It looks like you are ready for HO HO HO to arrive. Merry Christmas to you and your family. Love those Blue Skies. Hugs Judy

Simone de Klerk said...

It's really looking a lot like Christmas! Love your Christmas Friday!

Pam said...

Merry Christmas Bev....thanks for sharing your home , you have decorated beatifully.

Terriaw said...

Love your new banner! And I love all your Christmasy colors. That tree and heart wall hanging is so adorable. BTW, I could only find Rudolph!

Lois said...

Your post was sweet. I think the pleasure of decorating for Christmas is the memories of this decoration given by or made by and what a wonderful time decorating becomes. Thank you Merry Christmas Love Lois

Anonymous said...

Love all of your Christmassy stuff Bev - my favourites are the goodie bag and the trees on the picture directly below it. It certainly is looking Christmassy at Kainga :0)

Kay said...

Bev, What wonderful Christmas treasures you have. I love the patchwork trees quilt. And the game board made me smile.
Merry Christmas xxoo

Tarnyia said...

Loving all your decorations around your home... thanks for sharing xxx

Nicky said...

I love your colourful Christmas, I always smile when I read your posts and this was no exception. I think I saw Rudolph up there. lol