I have been a busy bunny these past few days, getting stuff ready for the Christmas Craft evening at our church in a couple of weeks. I've been working hard to try and get enough stuff together to sell some things on a little stall this year and so I've been a creative beaver in the evenings. David has been very patient with me as our dining table frequently resembles a production line and is gradually filling up with more and more christmas goodies - candle jars, fabric notice boards, parcel labels, felt decorations and peg labels... for those of you who live in the local area, and are interested in coming along, comment me and I'll be sure to give you the details for the big event (Monday 26th November)
In the meantime, I'm SO excited to be heading back to my favourite little christmas market in London this year. A few years back, when they were still living in England, my mother-in-law introduced me to the Norwegian Christmas Market at the Seamans Church in Rotherhithe. Its a little affair, in comparison with most christmas markets, but brimming with scandinavian festivities - gorgeous red and white, yummy norwegian waffles and no shortage of cute homemade goodies. I love it!
Ooohhh... I do love Christmas... only 6 weeks to go!